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Farmers Plant Corn
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Effort to Oust State Farmers Union Leaders Meets Opposition

South Dakota Farmers Union members in the Aberdeen region have rejected resolutions calling for the removal of three top officials including President Doug Somke.

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Farmers Continue Planting Following Cold Wet April
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Farmers Surge Ahead Planting Corn

Corn planting surged ahead of the five-year average last week according to a a report released on Monday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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South Dakota State University Extension Says Plan Early to Fight Noxious Weeds

BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) — SDSU Extension educators are advising landowners get their noxious weeds under control early this spring.

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Farm Combine Harvester
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Group Seeking to Unseat State Farmers Union’s Top Officers

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A faction within one of South Dakota's largest agriculture organizations is working to oust top officers and call a special convention.

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Sanford Fieldhouse
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South Dakota Students Drill with Minnesota Vikings

On Friday, April 15th, Sanford Fieldhouse will be filled with students from grades 3-8 for an NFL and Midwest Dairy-themed Reward Summit event.

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Farmers Continue Planting
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USDA: Cool Temps Slow Spring Tillage, Small Grain Seeding

The U.S. Dept of Ag says South Dakota received little precipitation over the past week, but cool temperatures slowed spring tillage and small grain seeding.

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Combine Dumps Harvested Wheat into Tractor's Trailer
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Governor’s Agricultural Summit Planned for Brookings

The seventh annual Governor's Agricultural Summit hosted by the South Dakota Department of Agriculture will be held June 1-2 in Brookings.

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Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline
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TransCanada: 16,800 Gallons of Oil Leaked in South Dakota

TransCanada estimates that about 16,800 gallons of oil leaked from the Keystone pipeline into a field in South Dakota.

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Rejected Wind Farm Project Might Resurface in next County

A proposed wind farm project rejected by commissioners in Davison County might resurface in neighboring Sanborn County, and some residents there aren't happy.

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Plant OK’D for One-Time Use of Wastewater for Irrigation

The DENR is allowing the DemKota Ranch Beef processing plant in Aberdeen to use treated wastewater for irrigation on a one-time basis.

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