Thursday, December 14, 2017

Loose cattle can create big problems for counties

By Shannon Marvel [email protected] It's been 37 years since South Dakota repealed its open-range law, which allowed livestock owners to let their animals roam freely without gates or fences. But regional sheriffs know cattle can get out...

Farmers losing money, cows dying from so much corn on the ground

by PETER SALTER Lincoln Journal Star Ron Makovicka didn’t know what he’d lost until he was pulling a grain cart through one of his York...

Farmers losing money, cows dying from so much corn on the ground

by PETER SALTER Lincoln Journal Star Ron Makovicka didn't know what he'd lost until he was pulling a grain cart through one of his York County...

Heifer selection: A topic of the focus on Female Heifer Conference Dec. 19

SDSU Extension BROOKINGS — The success of replacement programs can be measured in many ways, but is largely driven by how heifers are selected and...

SDFU to Sen. Rounds: Time for EPA to do its duty

South Dakota Farmers Union HURON, S.D. — SDFU President Doug Sombke has urged Senator Mike Rounds, a member of the Senate Environment and Public Works...

SD livestock producers lack state protection at video sales

By Bob Mercer American News Correspondent PIERRE — The 1997 state law generally banning video auctions of livestock in South Dakota also means livestock producers are...

The Planted Row: Looking for a way back home

By Stan Wise Farm Forum Editor You can’t go home again. It’s an old saying (as well as the title of a novel by Thomas Wolfe)...

Farm and Food File: Capitol Hill’s Christmas cookie bake-off

By Alan Guebert Farm and Food File Business leaders like Warren Buffett and the late Steve Jobs often credited their enormous success to simplicity. Buffett repeatedly...

Loose cattle can create big problems for counties

By Shannon Marvel [email protected] It's been 37 years since South Dakota repealed its open-range law, which allowed livestock owners to let their animals roam freely without...

Officials investigate deaths of over 40 South Dakota cattle

FEDORA, S.D. (AP) — Officials are investigating the deaths of more than 40 cattle on a farm south of Fedora. The Daily Republic reports that...

South American weather improvement

By Ray Grabanski Special to the Farm Forum 12/12/17 — This is the time of year when South American (SAM) weather becomes more important, as the...

Farmers losing money, cows dying from so much corn on the ground

by PETER SALTER Lincoln Journal Star Ron Makovicka didn’t know what he’d lost until he was pulling a grain cart through one of his York...

Heifer selection: A topic of the focus on Female Heifer Conference Dec. 19

SDSU Extension BROOKINGS — The success of replacement programs can be measured in many ways, but is largely driven by how heifers are selected and...

Milbank FFA participated in State Leadership Development Event

Milbank FFA Chapter The Milbank FFA Chapter had three FFA teams and two FFA members that participated at the South Dakota State FFA Leadership Development...

Apply for Angus Foundation scholarships

By Sarah Hill Angus Media Today’s college costs are astronomical — it’s a known fact. The Angus Foundation seeks to help Angus youth offset some of...

Conservation planning assists landowners to protects ag land resources

Natural Resources Conservation Service Huron, S.D. – There is no perfect time to begin the conservation planning process, but now as agricultural producers wrap up...

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The Planted Row: Looking for a way back home

By Stan Wise Farm Forum Editor You can’t go home again. It’s an old saying (as well as the title of a novel by Thomas Wolfe)...

Farm and Food File: Capitol Hill’s Christmas cookie bake-off

By Alan Guebert Farm and Food File Business leaders like Warren Buffett and the late Steve Jobs often credited their enormous success to simplicity. Buffett repeatedly...

Loose cattle can create big problems for counties

By Shannon Marvel [email protected] It's been 37 years since South Dakota repealed its open-range law, which allowed livestock owners to let their animals roam freely without...

Officials investigate deaths of over 40 South Dakota cattle

FEDORA, S.D. (AP) — Officials are investigating the deaths of more than 40 cattle on a farm south of Fedora. The Daily Republic reports that...

South American weather improvement

By Ray Grabanski Special to the Farm Forum 12/12/17 — This is the time of year when South American (SAM) weather becomes more important, as the...

Farmers losing money, cows dying from so much corn on the ground

by PETER SALTER Lincoln Journal Star Ron Makovicka didn’t know what he’d lost until he was pulling a grain cart through one of his York...

Heifer selection: A topic of the focus on Female Heifer Conference Dec. 19

SDSU Extension BROOKINGS — The success of replacement programs can be measured in many ways, but is largely driven by how heifers are selected and...

Milbank FFA participated in State Leadership Development Event

Milbank FFA Chapter The Milbank FFA Chapter had three FFA teams and two FFA members that participated at the South Dakota State FFA Leadership Development...

Apply for Angus Foundation scholarships

By Sarah Hill Angus Media Today’s college costs are astronomical — it’s a known fact. The Angus Foundation seeks to help Angus youth offset some of...

Conservation planning assists landowners to protects ag land resources

Natural Resources Conservation Service Huron, S.D. – There is no perfect time to begin the conservation planning process, but now as agricultural producers wrap up...
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