STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Going into August with optimism
A few days ago, I made an eyeball, passing-on-the-road inspection of roughly two dozen fields in a small area of central North Dakota. Wheat and soybeans grew on most fields, corn and dry edible beans... Posted on 7/31/14 at 2:19 PM
AMY'S RANCH SLANTS Wrestle Like a Girl--Cowgirl Style
This past weekend we held our branding and after processing the whole day with my husband Art several different times, we determined that this years branding was probably the best weve ever had, or ... Posted on 5/7/14 at 10:43 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
A Lake County, S.D., man this month shot a feral pig, an animal usually found in the southern United States. Chad Aker said the animal was first sighted about six weeks ago by farmers chopping corn for silage. Aker found the pig on his property Nov. 2 about 14 miles northwest of Madison, S.D., and brought down the animal with a rifle.
ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) - Dennis Hellwig said he remains committed to building a beef processing plant at Aberdeen, even though a credit squeeze has affected financing for a plant that is bigger and more costly than originally envisioned.
Warmer weather that has finally graced South Dakota is being called a shot in the arm for farmers who were worried about getting their crops into the fields this spring.
Spring planting was behind schedule due to inclement weather — including a snowstorm in late April.
May 27, 2008
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