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Farm Bill Divides South Dakota’s Senators

In what passes for a bipartisan vote in today’s US Senate, the $100 billion dollar a year farm bill was passed by a tally of 66 to 27.

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Study: Drought, Other Factors Weigh on Livestock

A study from the South Dakota Center for Farm/Ranch Business Management says drought and other factors made the livestock business financially difficult last year.

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Troubled South Dakota Grain Elevator Loses License

The Public Utilities Commission in late March suspended the grain-buyer and grain-warehouse licenses of the Gregory Farmers Elevator.

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Cold Weather Affects Farmers in Eastern South Dakota

Continued below normal temperatures limited the ability for fieldwork in eastern portions of South Dakota.

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South Dakota Lawmakers Consider Livestock Inspection Fees

PIERRE - A legislative panel is reviewing the state Brand Board's decision to increase the fee for livestock inspections designed to prevent the theft of cattle, horses and mules in western South Dakota.

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Below Normal Temps Provide Few Days for Fieldwork

SIOUX FALLS - Below normal temperatures have limited the ability for snow to melt and kept soil temperatures at or below freezing across South Dakota.

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South Dakota Livestock Doing Well Despite Drought

SIOUX FALLS - Livestock are doing well in most areas of South Dakota despite drought-reduced feed and stock water supplies.

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South Dakota Agriculture Department Holding Final Week of Forums

PRESHO - The South Dakota Department of Agriculture is hosting its final week of forums focusing on the next generation of farmers and ranchers.

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South Dakota Agriculture Department Helps Beginning Farmers

PIERRE - The South Dakota Agriculture Department says it can help beginning farmers buy land at lower interest rates through a bond program.

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South Dakota Farmers Urged to Check for Japanese Beetles

BROOKINGS - An entomologist says South Dakota farmers need to check their corn and soybean fields this year for Japanese beetles.

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