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Herding cattle. Counting fish. Taking an animal's temperature. Applying pesticides.
Some South Dakota businesses say they're seeing an increase in sales because of a one-year tax break extension that allows farmers and ranchers to deduct equipment purchases from their 2014 taxes.
Another donation for a new 4-H exhibit hall at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds.
South Dakota's largest industry is holding strong, according to attendees of an agriculture conference in Aberdeen.
Thanksgiving Dinner won't cost you much more money than last year. The American Farm Bureau says a meal with all the fixings for a family of ten will cost $49.41.
Republican lawmakers from South Dakota and Nebraska are promoting the Keystone XL Pipeline by appealing to farmers.
Cooperatives in the northeast part of the state say rail service has improved this year compared with last year.
The basic business principles of supply and demand are going to be facing South Dakota farmers and grain elevators this fall.
A new study shows that the Dakotas get more of their gross state products from agriculture production and food manufacturing than any other states.
Experts are expecting a high demand for grain shipment caused by a record harvest this year to drive long waits and high prices in Minnesota and across the county.
There’s still time to register for this week’s South Dakota Biotech Summit: Inspiring Innovation.
A ribbon cutting Friday in Brookings is just one sign of South Dakota's growing international pull when it comes to new business.
The state agriculture secretary says the opening of the Bel Brands USA plant in Brookings is part of a decades-long effort to make South Dakota a major player in not just milk production but also products made from milk.
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