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State-issued Irrigation Permits Soaring in South Dakota

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - The number of irrigation permits is soaring in South Dakota, due to last year's drought and to lucrative market prices for corn, wheat and soybeans.

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Johnson Votes for Farm Bill, Thune Votes Against

South Dakota's U.S. senators have different takes on the farm bill the Senate has passed.

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Weather Affecting Farmers’ Ability to Plant Crops

Cool and wet conditions are continuing across South Dakota and have limited farmers' ability to complete fieldwork.

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State Lawmaker Objects to Hog Barn Permits

A South Dakota lawmaker who lives a mile from the site of a planned hog barn in Grant County is questioning the state's permitting process.

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USDA: Corn Prices Up Slightly in South Dakota

The U.S. Agriculture Department says May corn prices are up slightly in South Dakota.

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Dairy Economist to Speak at South Dakota State

A University of Minnesota dairy economist will speak at South Dakota University on Wednesday about current federal dairy legislation.

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Above-normal Temps, Dry Soil Help South Dakota Farmers

Above-normal temperatures and drier soils accelerated spring planting across South Dakota.

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Former Texas Congressman to Speak at Ag Summit

Former U.S. Rep. Charlie Stenholm of Texas will be the keynote speaker next month at South Dakota's annual Governor's Ag Development Summit.

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Warmer Temperatures Help South Dakota Farmers

Warmer weather across South Dakota helped farmers make good progress on their crops last week.

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Cooler Temperatures Slows Planting of Row Crops

Unseasonably cool temperatures across South Dakota slowed planting of row crops and pasture growth.

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