Tag » cattle

ROAD TRIP! Five Travel Tips for a Successful Summer Adventure

Admit it: There’s something thrilling about hitting the open road and embracing the adventure that comes along with a summer…

Read More

Hungry for Truth Farm to Fork Dinner

Farm-To-Fork Dinner Conversation with Cynthia Mickelson

Even with all the fun memories we’ve made this summer, we’re still talking about the Farm-to-Fork dinner on June 15.…

Read More

The Rise of the Small-Scale Millennial Farmer

In greater Yankton, South Dakota, a new era of farmer is making headway in the agricultural industry. Young millennial farmers,…

Read More

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…

Read More

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…

Read More

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…

Read More

Cooking and Family are at the Center of this South Dakota Farm

Todd Hanten would put his wife, Monica’s, cooking up against anyone’s in a contest. She’s been honing her skills on…

Read More

Across the Table – Perfecting the Cupcake

Across the Table is back! For this episode, we’re sharing how to make your favorite cupcake recipes even better with…

Read More

A herd of cattle and tractor on the Greenways' farm.

What I’m Up to This Winter (Part One)

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

Read More

Caring for Livestock in the Summer

On hot summer days, we all need to find ways to cool down. Like us, animals also need to avoid…

Read More

Spring: A Time of New Beginnings

With spring in the air, farmers are in the middle of calving season. We checked in with John, a farmer…

Read More