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Appeals Court to Hear Utah Endangered Species Suit

A court battle over a Utah prairie dog ruling that activists say could undermine the Endangered Species Act is set to come before a federal appeals court in Denver on Monday.

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FILE: Cattle, Livestock

State Permit Changes for Large Feedlots Get Favorable Marks

A plan to update standards for protecting state waters from manure and wastewater produced by animal feeding operations is receiving largely favorable marks.

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Week of Warm, Dry Weather Helps South Dakota Crops Mature

A week of warm, dry weather in South Dakota has advanced the maturity of crops including corn and soybeans.

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Hay Bales in a Farm Field

DOT: Hay Bales in Highway Ditches after Oct. 1 Are Illegal

The South Dakota Department of Transportation is reminding landowners that any hay remaining in highway ditches after Oct. 1 is illegal.

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Lentil Seeds

South Dakota State University Extension Seeks Seeds Donations for School Gardens

The South Dakota State University Extension is seeking seed donations to help school and other teaching garden programs across the state.

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Stockgrowers Convention in South Dakota

South Dakota Stockgrowers Association and SD Cattlewomen are set to host the 124th Annual Convention at the Best Western Ramkota Convention Center in Rapid City

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Crop Duster
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Agronomist Says Aerial Seeding Helps Establish Cover Crop

Planes that typically fly fields to drop weed-killing and bug-fighting chemicals are increasingly being used to spread seed for cover crops.

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Future of Livestock Barn Destroyed in Fire Uncertain

The future of a Watertown cattle sale barn remains uncertain days after a fire destroyed the structure.

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SDSU Extension Offering Farm Management Classes for Women

The South Dakota State University Extension is offering a series of courses aimed at helping women in agriculture.

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Crops Are Starting to Mature

The Agriculture Department says in its weekly crop report that 3 percent of the corn crop is mature as is the sorghum at 2 percent.

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