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South Dakota Sheep, Lamb Production Down Over the Year

SIOUX FALLS - The federal Agriculture Department says in a new report that the state's sheep and lamb inventory on Jan. 1 totaled 275,000 animals, down 10,000 from the previous year.

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FILE: Struggling Dairy Farmers
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South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard Traveling to World Ag Expo Next Week

PIERRE - Gov. Dennis Daugaard and representatives from the Department of Agriculture are traveling to California next week for the World Ag Expo in hopes of expanding the dairy industry in South Dakota.

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FILE: Fertilizer
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Co-op Looking to Build Fertilizer, Seed Plant

COLTON - Eastern Farmers Cooperative is looking to consolidate two older facilities into a multimillion dollar fertilizer and seed plant north of Colton.

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South Dakota’s Cattle Inventory Up 5 percent

SIOUX FALLS - South Dakota's cattle inventory heading into 2013 is up 5 percent from the previous year.

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FILE: Shelterbelts, Windbreaks
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Officials Hold Workshops on Fixing Shelterbelts

PIERRE - The state Agriculture Department is holding workshops in northwestern South Dakota on how to renovate shelterbelts.

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A farmer harvests wheat
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Spring Wheat Prices Down 52 Cents from December

SIOUX FALLS - The U.S. Agriculture Department says spring wheat prices for January are averaging $8.06 per bushel, a decrease of 52 cents from the previous month.

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Barack Obama Attends The Inaugural Luncheon
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South Dakota Bison Tenderloins Star of Inaugural Luncheon

RAPID CITY - While most people are talking about President Barack Obama's speech and Michelle Obama's glamorous fashion choices, South Dakotans are buzzing about another inaugural feature: the bison tenderloins the first couple ate.

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Study Says South Dakota Agriculture has $21 Billion Impact

PIERRE, - An associate professor at South Dakota State University says agriculture and related industries had a $21.4 billion impact on South Dakota's economy in 2010.

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Young Farmers and Ranchers Holding Conference

OACOMA, - Young Farmers and Ranchers is holding its winter conference in Oacoma.

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A farmer harvests wheat
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Corn, Soybeans Suffer in Drought Year; Winter Wheat Seedings Down

SIOUX FALLS - Production of corn and soybeans in South Dakota was down last year, during a year in which much of the state was mired in extreme drought.

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