One of the first Iowa turkey farms to get bird flu is getting nearing the time at which birds can be restocked but most of the 77 farms affected are still weeks away from introduction of new flocks.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says he's not ready to declare the Midwest bird flu outbreak over.
The poultry farmers who lost millions of chickens and turkeys to the bird flu this spring are facing an uncertain future.
The South Dakota State University Extension is offering a workshop this summer geared toward teachers and other youth educators interested in learning about garden education programs.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources says irrigators must remember to only spray water on land authorized for irrigation under their water permit.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it considers many factors when determining ways to euthanize large numbers of animals during a disease outbreak.
South Dakota's Game, Fish and Parks Department will decide next month whether to remove the bald eagle from the state's list of endangered and threatened species.
The South Dakota State University Extension is recommending cattle producers to watch out for pinkeye, one of the most common and economically damaging cattle diseases.
Several ag specialists from across the state will be offering an environmental training session for operators of concentrated animal feeding operations.
Fair-goers across Iowa will notice something missing this year; chickens. In May, Iowa joined several other states in banning all live birds at both state and county fairs.
Governor Terry Branstad's request for a federal disaster declaration to respond to the bird flu outbreak has been denied.
A top veterinary official with the U.S. Department of Agriculture says more money, surveillance and farm security is needed to fight off a possible return of bird flu this fall.
The permit to allow construction of the Keystone XL pipeline in South Dakota will have to be certified by the PUC again. The commission gave the public a chance to weigh-in in Pierre before a decision is made.
It was a dry start to the growing season but conditions quickly changed in favor of farmers. Now, they're out in their fields checking to see if one of their crops is "knee high by the Fourth of July".
South Dakota farmers this year have planted more wheat but less corn and soybeans.
South Dakota's congressional delegation says all residents in South Dakota and North Dakota seeking damages from the federal government for a 2013 wildfire will be denied.
South Dakota’s agriculture industry is facing a number of challenges with the rail network. But recent legislation may be getting the $25.6 billion industry back on track.
More than a dozen states are challenging a new rule that gives federal authorities jurisdiction over some state waters.
The owner of one of South Dakota's first monoslope-style cattle barns says it makes his cows happier and more productive.
Hundreds of people enjoyed good food and music this evening, while helping out an organization that's fighting to end hunger in South Dakota.
A southwestern Iowa landfill has stopped accepting dead birds and related waste from the recent bird flu outbreak.