PRAIRIE BUSINESS February issue now online
One of my first assignments after joining this magazine was to attend the lavish groundbreaking celebration for Sanfords Fargo Medical Center. (See"Sanford begins building Fargo medical center")
It w... Posted on 2/4/15 at 3:29 PM
AMY'S RANCH SLANTS A Chilly Day for Comforting Chili on the Kirk Ranch
This past Monday morning was a rude awakening, not just to freezing rain early in the morning that turned to sticky snow but plummeting temperatures.
I had just spent a week at a writer's... Posted on 11/13/14 at 8:41 PM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Farmers and ranchers enjoy hunting, too
Finishing harvest is the priority of Upper Midwest farmers right now. But a close second for many is filling their deer tag.
North Dakota's deer gun season begins on Friday, Minnesota's on Saturday. ... Posted on 11/7/14 at 2:52 PM
STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Worst of 2013
If you had to select the most notable weather feature of 2013 in our area what would you pick? My hunch is many of you would choose the lack of spring weather we recorded this year. Granted, it was no... Posted on 12/31/13 at 2:48 PM
FARM BLEAT Crowns and cheese
What dairy product would you find the most challenging to promote?
That question was posed to the three candidates vying for the South Dakota Dairy Princess crown Wednesday, during the Central Plains... Posted on 4/1/11 at 12:05 AM
PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Department of Agriculture is seeking nominations for the 2015 South Dakota Governor’s Ag Ambassador Award. Nominees should be those who have continually worked to promote agriculture in South Dakota.
“According to the March 19 outlook, much of eastern South Dakota is shown to be in an area that will likely have an expansion of drought at some point between now and the end of June,” said Laura Edwards, SDSU Extension Climate Field Specialist.
PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Department of Agriculture is seeking nominations for the 2015 South Dakota Governor’s Ag Ambassador Award.
Nominees should be those who have continually worked to promote agriculture in South Dakota.
If you’re a woman involved in the agriculture industry, then Annie’s Project may be the program for you. Annie’s Project was designed to empower women by providing detailed farm and ranch management information and build networks between women, according to a release from South Dakota State University Extension.
Commercially available blood tests to predict pregnancy are accurate and an inexpensive tool cattle producers can use to determine their artificial insemination conception rate, according to new research conducted at South Dakota State University.
South Dakota State University Extension Service
August 19, 2013
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission describes what happened in the Gregory (S.D.) Farmers elevator failure as an example of proper handling of an elevator insolvency — evidence that a system for regulating marketing grain is not broken in the state.
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