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Combine Dumps Harvested Wheat into Tractor's Trailer
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Tax Receipts on Farm Machinery Fall in Agriculture Slowdown

South Dakota's sales tax collections on farm equipment have fallen from record highs as profits in the agriculture sector decline.

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South Dakota Egg Production down but Value up to $73.5M

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the value of South Dakota's egg production rose to $73.5 million in 2015, up from $63.3 million in 2014.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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