A five-member Venezuelan trade team will tour a South Dakota farm, grain elevator and ethanol plant on Monday.
A new federal bird flu control policy says ventilation systems must be shut off as a means of suffocating entire poultry barns if other methods of euthanasia cannot be completed within 24 hours.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture expects South Dakota farmers to produce a record soybean crop, but less corn.
Put your name in brick at the Nordby Exhibit Hall
Donations for the Nordby Exhibit Hall have poured in since its groundbreaking in May and its project start date two years ago.
The South Dakota Stockgrowers Association and SD Cattlewomen will be hosting their annual convention and trade show in Rapid City this year.
The South Dakota Division of Wildland Fire continues to warn of a high fire danger in the western part of the state.
The future of a Watertown cattle sale barn remains uncertain days after a fire destroyed the structure.
The deadline to apply online for some deer hunting licenses in South Dakota has been extended.
Induction ceremony will be Sept. 11 - 12 in Chamberlain
Nine people who have helped shape the state of South Dakota are being given one of the state’s highest honors.
The South Dakota State University Extension is offering a series of courses aimed at helping women in agriculture.
A South Dakota State Extension educator says feeding damaged wheat to cattle can be a way to salvage a crop.
A government survey has found that there are 17.3 million acres of farmland rented out by landlords in South Dakota.
Horses traveling to Huron for events associated with the SD State Fair are required to have a CVI (certificate of veterinary inspection) issued by their veterinarian within 48 hours of arrival.
The South Dakota State University Extension wants to teach landowners in South Dakota ways to properly plan for and conduct a prescribed fire.
All nine of the state’s affected turkey farms are restocked and raising birds again just five months after the first tested positive for the deadly bird flu virus.
A soybean farmer from northeastern South Dakota has been picked to help develop U.S. soy in foreign markets by the American Soybean Association.
Attendance during this year’s Dakotafest farm show near Mitchell was down only about 6 percent from 2014, despite one day of the event being canceled due to bad weather.
The state Department of Agriculture says grants are available for community improvement and public safety projects.
An attorney on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation wants residents to decide whether the tribe should legalize industrial hemp, but the tribal chairman is concerned about legalizing the plant without the federal government’s blessing.
Secretary of Agriculture Lucas Lentsch has named Dani Hanson as the policy adviser for the South Dakota Department of Agriculture.