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Soy transportation

Soybean Transportation Guide: A Soybean’s Journey

It’s almost harvest season, which means soybeans are coming out of the fields. But what happens to them once the…

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Shaina Knutson

The Beauty in Farming with Shania Knutson

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

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Top Ag Pit Stop

Top Agritourism Pit Stops for You to Make This Summer

Summertime is finally here and that means spending as much time outdoors as possible while the temperatures are mild enough.…

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Texas Ag Meets South Dakota Ag with Holly Rader

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

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Farming and Football With Michael Drotzmann

In South Dakota, there are two things that connect people from every generation, county, and walk of life: farming and…

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Brent and Mollie Greenway

South Dakota Soybean Stories: The Greenways

This year, we met with Brent and Mollie Greenway to talk about their operation near Mitchell, South Dakota, where their…

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Soy For Food Fuel

Soy for Food Fuel in Third-World Countries

Global food security is an ever-growing problem that the World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH), is helping solve…

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Soybean Growth

Soybeans are one of the biggest crops in South Dakota, accounting for about 30 percent of the crops grown in…

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Plowing snow on the Greenway farm in the winter.

What I’m Up to This Winter (Part Three)

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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prepping-for-planting-season

Prepping for Planting Season with Jeff Thompson

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

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Bob Metz and the plane he uses to monitor his crops from the air.

Planting From the Perspective of a Sixth-Generation Farm

South Dakota became a state in 1889, but before papers were signed and a flag was raised, a few settlers…

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Hungry for Truth Steps to Growing Healthy Crops

Five Steps for Growing a Healthy Crop

Fall is a busy time for many reasons: school commitments, community events, team sports. But for farmers, it’s all about…

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Hungry for Truth Gardening Tips

Grow Local: Tips to Help First-Time Gardeners Find Their Groove

Heidi Teal, co-owner of Cliff Avenue Greenhouse and Garden Center in Sioux Falls, has spent her whole life in the…

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Hungry for Truth Dane's Crop Report

Dane’s Crop Report: Spraying Smart

Dane’s back in the fields, and he’s taking a quick break from planting to explain how they use pesticides on…

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How to Make Your Own Succulent Garden

Mothers help us grow into the people we are today. Why not grow something for Mom on her special day?…

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Hungry for Truth SD Sustainable Soybeans

Growing Sustainable Soybeans on Earth Day and Every Day

Though farmers may not be the first people who come to mind when you think of environmentalists, they are focused…

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Matt Bainbridge Hungry for Truth Planting SD

Next Gen Farmer Shares Steps For Sustainable Planting

Farmer Matt Bainbridge tries to make each planting season better than the last. This means growing healthier crops, higher yields…

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Hungry for Truth Crop Nutrients + Farm Sustainability

Fueling Your Food: How Farmers Sustainably Use Crop Nutrients To Grow Healthy Plants

If you’ve ever helped your kids with their science homework or cared for a plant, you might think that crops…

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