Harvest Season with Jeff Thompson

Watch to hear Jeff explain how different farming equipment functions throughout harvest and what it means to finish a farming cycle.


Game Day Pork & Bacon Chili

We collaborated with The Pork Producers Council this month to bring you this slow cooker pork and bacon chili recipe that’s perfect for game day.


Pumpkin Banana Bread for Fall!

One leaf drops and suddenly everything is pumpkin-flavored!


Road Harvest Safety!

5 Tips for Road Harvest Safety


Soybeans On the Road

Commercial availability of a high-performing bio based synthetic motor oil using high-oleic soybean oil from soybeans grown by U.S. farmers is now available!


The BEST Creamy Guacamole Recipe

Not your typical guacamole recipe! No, it’s a secret ingredient guacamole recipe. So good.


Q&A: How Farmers Work From Home

We talked to farmers about how they do their jobs remotely and how the current COVID-19 pandemic is affecting their day-to-day operations.


About Us

Hungry for Truth is an initiative from South Dakota Soybean Research & Promotion Council, the soybean checkoff organization, designed to open conversations about food between South Dakotans and the farmers who grow it.

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Game Day Pork & Bacon Chili

While we may not be able to experience game day with all of its tailgate glory, we can recreate some…

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5 Tips for Road Safety During Harvest Season

With harvest season approaching, road safety for rural drivers is more important than ever. Driving with consideration and alertness is…

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Harvest Season with Jeff Thompson

As summer creeps to an end, our farmers get ready for one of the busiest times of the year —…

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Across the Table

Across the Table is a video series focused on bringing you the facts on hot topics around food and farming in South Dakota. Join us each episode as we share a delicious recipe, talk to a local farmer and answer questions from fellow South Dakotans.

Conversation Topics

Dig deeper into these key areas that affect the food that South Dakotans are eating and the producers that provide it.