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Livestock Disease Continues to Be Found in South Dakota

A highly contagious livestock disease continues to be found in South Dakota facilities.

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All State Turkey Farms Hit by Bird Flu Restocked, Recovering

All nine of the state's affected turkey farms are restocked and raising birds again just five months after the first tested positive for the deadly bird flu virus.

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SDSU Extension, Others to Host Grassland Fire Workshops

The South Dakota State University Extension wants to teach landowners in South Dakota ways to properly plan for and conduct a prescribed fire.

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Corn Progress Delayed by Cool Weather

Crop progress has already been and may be further delayed due to unseasonably cool weather.

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Attendance down Only Slightly at Shorter Dakotafest

Attendance during this year's Dakotafest farm show near Mitchell was down only about 6 percent from 2014, despite one day of the event being canceled due to bad weather.

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Court Arguments Made in Parker Chicken Farm Dispute

A dispute over a large egg-laying operation near Parker remains on hold as a judge considers whether area residents had enough chance to weigh in on changes.

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Ag Secretary Promises More Sage Grouse Spending across West

Vilsack told The Associated Press he wants to almost double protected habitat for the chicken-sized bird to 8 million acres across the West.

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Cannabis Cultivated For Hemp
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Attorney Wants to Legalize Hemp on Standing Rock Reservation

An attorney on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation wants residents to decide whether the tribe should legalize industrial hemp.

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Small Grains Harvest in South Dakota in Latter Stages

The Agriculture Department says in its weekly crop report that about 74 percent of the barley, 86 percent of the spring wheat and 95 percent of the oats are in the bin.

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Elementary School Children Sought for South Dakota Agriculture Art Contest

Two South Dakota agriculture groups are accepting entries from third and fourth graders from across the state to participate in an upcoming art contest.

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