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SOUTH DAKOTA

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South Dakota cattle feeder Steve Masat of Redfield, South Dakota, and Rick Woehlhaff, owner of the Glacial Lakes Livestock in Watertown, South Dakota, reflect on market trends and feed supplies for cattle heading into the fall and winter.
As part of nearly $3 billion in funding announcements, the U.S. Department of Agriculture will put about $80 million in a South Dakota State University-led program for beef and bison producers.
Ambulances transported 10 people to South Dakota hospitals after rafters on a building under construction at a dairy collapsed on Monday, Sept. 12.
Agtegra Cooperative provides grain rescue training for workers in its many locations, as well as a close-up rescue drill exposure for medical students at the University of South Dakota. Agtegra and USD also are supporters of a new program that provides training and a “ditch kit” for rural people who help if someone is injured.
Agweek reporter Noah Fish spoke to Mikkel Pates about his career in journalism for the Agweek Podcast.
Summit Carbons Solutions has described its five-state, 2,000 mile carbon capture pipeline as being a $4.5 billion project. The project aims to capture greenhouse gas emissions and pipe the CO2 to western North Dakota for underground storage. But some landowners in the path of pipeline are unwilling to even let pipeline survey crews onto their property.

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Tariq took the internet by storm this month after a popular TikTok account, Recess Therapy, interviewed Tariq about an ear of corn he was eating. “For me, I really like corn,” Tariq said in a video. “Ever since I was told that corn was real, it tasted really good, but when I tried it with butter, everything changed.”
Julie Dvorak, an attorney representing the South Dakota Hutterian Co-operative, based in Aberdeen, South Dakota, told a meeting of the Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2022, that the rules requiring reports from a certified public accountant would come at a significant cost and be a detriment to the co-op’s members, not a benefit.
A group of farmers near Leola, South Dakota, and Aberdeen, South Dakota, say they are ethanol supporters but that the proposed Summit Carbon Solutions pipeline will cause them far more than what the company is paying for easements. They also say the lurking threat of eminent domain is inappropriate because the pipeline is not for a public utility. They think the long-term strategy of installing a pipeline to satisfy what may be of environmentally uncertain value is wrong, substituting their loss for likely a temporary gain for ethanol and pipeline investors.

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