Dawn Scheier’s Rum & Nutmeg Christmas Cookies

We caught up with a local farmer, Dawn Scheier to take a tour of her family farm and get her Christmas cookies recipe.


DIY Soybean Candles for the Holidays

Elevate your gift-giving this year with DIY soybean candles.


Misleading Marketing in Holiday Dishes

We broke down common misleading marketing phrases you might find in your holiday meals.


3 Ways Soybean Asphalt Sealant is Beneficial

South Dakota soybean farmers are always searching for new ways to utilize soybeans in beneficial and sustainable ways.


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.


Harvest w/ Farmer Dave Struck + a tasty stuffing recipe!

Harvest season is coming to a close and we caught up with one farmer to find out how the season went.


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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Past, Present, and Future with Maddie Mack, Jordan Scott and Hungry for Truth

Having open conversations about food and farming with South Dakotans and the farmers who grow it is what we do.…

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A Christmas Message From SD Soybean Farmers

Our South Dakota soybean farmers have a Christmas message for you! We’re all wishing you health, happiness, and love this…

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Dawn Scheier’s Rum & Nutmeg Christmas Cookies

Family traditions are part of what makes the holiday season so special. We caught up with a local farmer, Dawn…

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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.