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The food and farming landscape is constantly changing. From food safety to GMOs, you want to be sure you’re up to date on the latest in food and farming so you can make the right choices for yourself and your family.

creamy guacamole

The BEST Creamy Guacamole

There’s your typical guacamole recipe and then there’s THIS secret ingredient guacamole recipe. Can you guess what the secret ingredient…

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lemongrass beef recipe

Lemongrass Beef w/ Avocado Recipe

Beef, it’s whats for dinner. Did you know that South Dakota is home to nearly 14,000 beef producers? When it…

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Soybeans On The Road

U.S. Soybean farmers are always looking for new avenues to utilize soybeans in a beneficial and sustainable way. Biosynthetic Technologies…

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healthy frozen banana bites

Frozen Banana Bites Recipe

If you haven’t had a chance to catch our latest blog this week – What to Feed Your Kids While…

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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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home school meal ideas

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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Q&A: How Farmers Work From Home

With more of the workforce doing their jobs remotely than ever before, Hungry for Truth talked to several South Dakota…

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Coloring Contest

Coloring Contest! Win an Art Appreciation Basket!

Enter our coloring contest and give your little’s something educational and exciting to do during this wild era of social…

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Prepping for Planting Season with Jeff Thompson

Planting season is upon us and we are prepping for the season with South Dakota Soybean President, Jeff  Thompson, who…

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SD Leopold Conservation Award

South Dakota 2019 Leopold Conservation Award Article from the Sand County Foundation. Check out their video and get more information…

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Dairy Crawl Creates Conversations Between Farmers and Consumers

Participating Farmers Doug Ode Rodney Elliott Marv & Joy Post Annelies Seffrood Allen & Kristi Merrill The first-ever Sioux Falls…

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Karla Santi visited the farm of Walt Bones to learn more about how he grows and raises food as part of the Hungry for Truth initiative.

When Farming Goes Digital with Karla Santi, Walt Bones and Hungry For Truth

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

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8 Tips to Make the Most of Your Farmers Market Trip

A Saturday in the summertime just isn’t complete without a trip to the farmers market. Where else can you connect…

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Jaclynn feeding a Brown Swiss dairy cow at the SDSU dairy farm.

SDSU Dairy Farm Tour With College Student Jaclynn Knutson

Connecting South Dakota farmers to consumers is always a joy. In fact, that’s what Hungry for Truth is all about.…

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Cows eating feed at the SDSU dairy farm.

SDSU Trains Students From Dairy Farm to Ice Cream Scoop

Whether their future careers consist of caring for cows or developing the next delicious food product, the Dairy and Food…

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The 2019 Hungry for Truth Farm to Fork Dinner was held at the Country Orchard Meadow Barn near Harrisburg, South Dakota.

Farm-To-Fork Dinner Celebrates Farm and Food Connections

On a warm evening in June, approximately 170 South Dakotans gathered at the Country Orchard Meadow Barn in Harrisburg to…

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Strawberry Cream Cheese Pie Hungry for Truth Recipe

Chill Out With Strawberry Cream Cheese Pie

When it comes to adulting, the days can get pretty hectic. Make sure you carve out time to slow down…

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Bones Hereford Ranch, Hexad Farms and MDM Farms are family-owned businesses near Parker South Dakota featured on Hungry For Truth

Family or Factory? A Look At a Large Local Farm

When John T. Bones left Pennsylvania in 1879 and homesteaded land northeast of Parker, it’s unlikely he knew the first…

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