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Winter Wheat Farmers Concerned with Lack of Snow

Some South Dakota farmers are concerned about the lack of snow cover protection for winter wheat.

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USDA: South Dakota Hog, Pig Inventory Down

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says South Dakota's Dec. 1 inventory of all hogs and pigs was 1.2 million head, down 14 percent from a year ago and down 7 percent from Sept. 1.

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Cattle Prices Jump More Than 30 Percent

The drought that plagued much of the region this summer has caused a cattle shortage, which in turn has prompted prices to rise between 30 to 40 percent higher than this time last year.

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South Dakota Ag Secretary Urges Use of Farm Loan Programs

State Agriculture Secretary Walt Bones says farmers and ranchers should consider taking advantage of state financial programs that lower the cost of borrowing money.

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Despite Drought, Corn Yields High for Some Farmers

Despite the severe drought, some South Dakota farmers who entered an annual contest had some of the highest corn yields in history this past year.

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Garretson Fertilizer Plant Sold

A fertilizer company based in South Dakota has been sold to Koch Fertilizer, a company that has plants in the United States, Canada, and Trinidad and Tobago.

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South Dakota Officials Hold Forums on Livestock Production

The South Dakota Department of Agriculture will hold two dozen meetings across the state in the next three months to discuss the future of livestock production in the state.

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SDSU Researchers Develop 2 New Oat Varieties

Researchers at South Dakota State University have developed two new oat varieties.

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Livestock Farmer Says Drought Spiking Feed Prices

A Gayville livestock farmer says his farm has gone from probably the wettest 18-month stretch to the 18-month stretch on record.

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Newest Agricultural Labratory in Brookings Celebrates Anniversary

South Dakota's newest agricultural testing laboratory is celebrating its one-year anniversary.

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