What Family Means on Scott Family Farm

Celebrating International Day of Families with Jordan Scott and his growing family.

 

What to Feed Your Kids While Home Schooled

Andrea Boerigter aka The Speech Mom shares how she’s handling our current state of #quarantinelife, working from home and feeding her kids.

 

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.

 

Prepping for Planting with Jeff Thompson

It was hard to imagine anything but weather being top of mind for farmers this year. Insert in a fast-moving pandemic. Hear from Jeff on how he is prepping for planting.

 

A Day in the Life of Calving

Spring isn’t just for planting in South Dakota. On many farms and ranches, the warmer weather and extra hours of daylight usher in a different kind of excitement: calving.

 

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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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What Family Means On Scott Family Farms

You can’t talk about farming without talking about farm families. After all, 97% of farms in the U.S. are family…

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What to Feed Your Kids While Home Schooled

We checked in with Andrea Boerigter aka The Speech Mom on how she’s handling our current state of #quarantinelife. Working…

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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.

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