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Taking Egg-cellent Care of Chickens and the Environment" Hungry for Truth

Taking Egg-cellent Care of Chickens and the Environment

Eggs are a staple ingredient in so many of our favorite dishes, from protein-packed breakfasts to comforting chocolate chip cookies.…

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Hungry for Truth Farm-to-Fork Dinner 2017

Enjoy an Exclusive Look at Hungry for Truth’s Farm to Fork Dinner

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth so much more. Here’s a look at…

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Hungry for Truth SD Top Similarities Between Organic and Conventional Farming

Top Similarities Between Organic and Conventional Farming

There are a lot of choices when it comes to food in South Dakota grocery stores and farmers markets. “Low…

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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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Hungry for Truth SDSU Student + Farm Technology

South Dakota State Student Brings Tech Home to the Farm

While a lot of college students may say taking care of the environment is important to their future, most aren’t…

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Hungry for Truth Seed Sustainability

Exploring Seed Sustainability

Just like you have choices when it comes to the food you buy in the grocery store, farmers have choices…

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Farm Sustainability Hungry for Truth South Dakota

The Truth Behind Five Farm Sustainability Myths

Being environmentally friendly is an important part of today’s family farms. Thanks to advancements in technology, adoption of conservation tillage…

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Why Farmers Care About Sustainability

Hungry for Truth is about connecting South Dakota families with the farmers who grow your food. We love taking trips…

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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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How Farmers Protect Crops and the Environment

For more than four generations, the Casper family has grown soybeans and corn near Lake Preston. Paul and his wife…

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A Look Back at Our Top Five Stories From 2017

It’s hard to believe 2017 is coming to a close. It seems like just yesterday we were toasting the new…

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Five Uses for South Dakota Soybeans

Soybeans may not be a regular part of the dinner menu, but that doesn’t mean we don’t use them every…

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Dane’s Crop Report: Harvest 2017

It’s harvest time in South Dakota, and our favorite pint-sized crop reporter is back to give us the scoop on…

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Hungry for Truth at the Great Pumpkin Festival

Farmers, Families & Fun at the Great Downtown Pumpkin Festival

The Hungry for Truth crew traveled to Rapid City in September to sponsor the Great Downtown Pumpkin Festival. The sunny…

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Cover Crops Boost Sustainability on the Johnson Family Farm

Jamie Johnson doesn’t like to use the word sustainable to describe her family farm because taking care of the soil…

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Farm and Garden Harvest With Vonda and Ken Schulte + Create Your Own Canning Tote

Harvest is when farmers and gardeners alike enjoy the results of their labor. We checked in with our dynamic gardening/farming…

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Carrot Seed Kitchen Connects Brookings Community With Local Foods

There’s no doubt that many South Dakota families have questions about how their food is grown and raised. They know…

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Combines and Violins: How Moriah Gross Uses Music to Connect South Dakotans With Agriculture

Music and agriculture are two of Moriah Gross’s great loves. Six years ago, her passions intertwined when she founded Pierre’s…

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