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Andrea with South Dakota farmers Peggy and Brad Greenway in front of their tractor at harvest.

Chatting Sustainability and Food Safety with The Greenways and Hungry For Truth

It’s always a pleasure to sit down and open up a conversation about food and farming with South Dakotans and…

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Local meats and cheeses on a holiday charcuterie board.

Five Tips for Building the Perfect Charcuterie Board Featuring our Favorite South Dakota Foods

Coming up with creative gifts for everyone on your list can be exhausting, but there’s one thing you can always…

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South Dakota Farm Animals Hungry for Truth

Fall in Love With South Dakota Farm Animals

Many South Dakota farmers would say their favorite part of farming is working with their animals. Local farm animals are…

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What Do Chickens Eat?

With a name like “laying hen,” you might think the chickens at Dakota Layers near Flandreau, South Dakota, are just…

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Hungry for Truth and Dakota Layers

Buying Local is Easier Than You Think

Buying local is a great way to support family farms and businesses, and it’s why so many South Dakotans look…

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Dane's Crop Report: Planting Season

Dane’s Crop Report: Planting Season

It’s almost time for South Dakota farmers to get out in the fields and begin the 2017 growing season. There’s…

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A Look at High Tech Animal Care

Cattle have been part of Reiner Farms since the family homesteaded land near Tripp, South Dakota, in the 1880s. According…

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The Well-Travelled Soybean

Once soybeans are harvested, they head out on a journey. Some of them stay close to home and take a…

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Career Profile: Meet Amanda, Livestock Specialist

Amanda Eben is a livestock specialist who works with farmers every day to ensure the health of their animals. Amanda…

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Barns and buildings on the Greenway farm in the winter.

What I’m Up to This Winter (Part Two)

Harvest is complete. The weather is getting colder, and there’s snow on the ground. Although farmers aren’t out in the…

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