PIERRE, S.D. (KELO) — A Nebraska-based commodity trader allegedly broke a South Dakota law when the company purchased 123 truckloads of grain through its Batesland office last summer without a South Dakota license to buy grain.
Commission attorney Kristen Edwards said the company could have faced a $123,000 punishment but for the law’s cap.
The commission next meets December 8. The matter hasn’t been scheduled yet.