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From Soy to Bacon! Pigs Powered by Soybeans

Americans love bacon and it’s easy to tell why. From a crispy breakfast side dish to a salty addition to…

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Pigs Health and Care

Animal Husbandry: Livestock Health and Care

Got a casserole to bake? Or maybe you’re in charge of bringing the meat for your next barbeque. Whatever the…

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What’s Produced Across the State?

It’s no secret that agriculture is a big deal in the state of South Dakota. In fact, agriculture is the…

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New uses of soy

New Uses for Soy: It’s Probably More Than You Think!

You may not know it, but you’re probably using soy in more ways than you think. You don’t have to…

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high oleic soybean oil

What is High Oleic Soybean Oil?

Did you know that chances are you consume High Oleic Soybean Oil almost every day? It is in salad dressings,…

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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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Five Questions Farmers Ask Before Applying Pesticides Hungry for Truth

The Five Questions Farmers Ask Before Applying Pesticides

Farmers are driven to grow safe and healthy food while protecting the land. That’s why many use pesticides, along with…

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Milk’s Journey from Farm to Shelf

Do you ever wonder how your gallon of milk got to the grocery store? Milk goes through several steps before…

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A closer look at the “natural” food label

Traveling down the grocery aisle, shoppers encounter countless labels on food. With so many buzzwords on food products, it can…

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A South Dakota farmer monitoring the plants in his soybean field.

The Top Five Most Interesting Uses of Soy

When it comes to soy, there’s a good chance the first thing you think of is soymilk, tofu or edamame.…

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