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FILE: Farming, Tractor, Agriculture
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Number of Farms, Ranches Declines by 400 in South Dakota

Federal agriculture officials say the number of farms in South Dakota dropped by about 400 last year.

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Controversial 500,000-Chicken Farm 1 Step Closer to Reality

Turner County has given conditional approval to an egg-laying facility that aims to bring 500,000 chickens to a site near Parker.

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3 Cows Still on the Loose after Escape from Aberdeen Auction

Three cows are still on the loose in the Aberdeen area nearly a week after several dozen cattle got loose from a livestock auction.

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U.S. Farm Earnings Drop 14.6 Percent In Third Quarter AFter A Decline In Output
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USDA to Survey 2,900 South Dakota Farmers about Plans

The U.S. Department of Agriculture will be sending surveys to some 2,900 farmers in South Dakota to determine their plans for the upcoming growing season.

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South Dakota Ranchers Ask Air Force for More Flight Info

A South Dakota organization that represents livestock producers is petitioning U.S. Air Force officials to provide more information to rural pilots.

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Sheriff: 61-Year-Old Langford Man Dies in Farm Accident

Authorities say a 61-year-old Langford man has died in a farm accident.

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Legislative Committee Approves Bill to Allow Industrial Hemp

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A legislative committee has approved a bill that would open the door to the cultivation of industrial hemp in South Dakota...

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Most of South Dakota Winter Wheat Crop Remains in Good Shape

The majority of South Dakota's winter wheat crop remains in good condition as the winter wears on.

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South Dakota Thinks about Giving Industrial Hemp a Try

Some South Dakota lawmakers are attempting to overcome perceptions about hemp's familial ties to marijuana to explore the crop's economic potential.

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South Dakota Still an Ag State

With the Sioux Empire Farm Show underway, those of us who live in the city sometimes need to be reminded what an important role agriculture plays in our state.

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