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Farmers Continue Planting Following Cold Wet April
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Farmers Make Big Progress in Corn Planting

Farmers made big progress planting corn in the week ending on Sunday April 24

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Farmers Plant Corn
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Raising Corn to Lose Money?

Corn farmers will likely face per-acre losses this season with high seed, land and fertilizer costs eating up any potential profits from low commodity prices.

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Corn Crops
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USDA: State Benefited from Last Week’s Rainfall

Much of South Dakota's rangeland, pastureland and emerging crops benefited from last week's rainfall, but the moisture slowed planting progress in the east.

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Farmers Continue Planting Following Cold Wet April
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South Dakota Farm Income Takes Big Drop in 2015

A study has concluded that farmers in South Dakota last year saw a drop in income of more than $100,000 from the previous year.

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Agricultural Heritage Museum Exhibit Celebrates Sheep Production

The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum will debut an exhibit on sheep production on Friday.

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Animal Feedlots Causing Division in Bon Homme County

Opponents of large animal feeding operations in Bon Homme County have submitted petitions seeking a moratorium on further permits.

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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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