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Regents Give SDSU Green Light to Develop New Ag Major

The regents gave SDSU the green light Tuesday to start developing plans for an undergraduate degree in precision agriculture.

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South Dakota Corn, Soybean Crops to Be Smaller This Year

The latest estimates from the federal Agriculture Department predict smaller corn and soybean crops in South Dakota this year.

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Minnesota Energy Company Exploring Wind Farm in South Dakota

A Minnesota-based company has received permission to test for a potential wind farm between Mitchell and Mount Vernon in southeastern South Dakota's Davison County.

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Corn Crop Maintains Quality

The overall corn crop condition held strong with 70 percent of acres now rated in good or excellent condition.

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South Dakota Ag Secretary Honored

South Dakota's agriculture secretary has been selected to serve as a fellow in a nationwide conference of state government leaders.

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New 4-H State Fair Building under Construction in Huron

Construction has started on a brand new home for the state's 4-H participants at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron.

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Farmer, Rancher Oversees Feeding of His Cattle in Nebraska
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Deadline Approaching for Farm and Ranch Recognition Program

The South Dakota Department of Agriculture says the cutoff date is approaching to apply for a farm and ranch recognition program.

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South Dakota Farmers Making Progress in Wheat Harvest

The Agriculture Department says in its weekly crop report that the spring wheat harvest was 24 percent complete, compared to 2 percent the week before.

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Load Up On Local: It’s Farmers Market Week

To celebrate the increasing number of local food producers in South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has declared the week of August 2 to 8 Farmers Market Week in South Dakota.

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Weekend Fire Kills 2,500 Chickens on Minnehaha County Farm

Nearly 2,500 chickens died in a weekend fire at a Minnehaha County farm.

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