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Oats
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Dry Conditions Cause for Concern in Latest Crop Report

The oat and winter wheat harvests are ahead of the average pace in South Dakota, where dry conditions are becoming a concern for pastures and soil moisture.

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Auctoin
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Community Pays $47,000 for Pig After Boy Loses Mother

Community rallies around 11 year old boy. Auction brings $47,000 for Swine After Boy Loses Mother[VIDEO]

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South Dakota Winter Wheat Forecast up 35 Percent from 2015

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says South Dakota's winter wheat crop is forecast to be up 35 percent from last year.

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Watch Cows Do Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’

This video is a tribute to the show "Rawhide"

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JD Collins via Sprint/Sioux Falls
JD Collins via Sprint/Sioux Falls

Rain Distribution Can Seem So Unfair in South Dakota

When you talk to a farmer or rancher the one thing you know will come up in the conversation. Weather

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High Corn Prices And Promising Yields Raise Prospects For Iowa Farmers
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Farmers Making More Money on Grains

South Dakota farmers have been adding grain storage in an effort to save more money by selling when grain prices rebound.

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Low Grain Prices Encourage Farmers to Add Storage

South Dakota farmers have been adding grain storage in an effort to save more money by selling when grain prices rebound.

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JD Collins via Sprint/Sioux Falls
JD Collins via Sprint/Sioux Falls

Broken Leg No Longer a Death Sentence for South Dakota Calves

It's not what any farmer or rancher wants to see. A valuable calf limping out in the pasture.

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Hay
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Mowing Ditches Is Illegal, But No One Seems to Care

It's illegal to mow ditches along South Dakota highways in the early summer

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America
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The Founders of America Were Farmers

George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin were all farmers.

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