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Field-to-Field with DSU’s Athletic Director, Jeff Dittman

With harvest wrapping up and football season well underway, soy products can be found within both fields. As local farmers…

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8 Tips to Make the Most of Your Farmers Market Trip

A Saturday in the summertime just isn’t complete without a trip to the farmers market. Where else can you connect…

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Planting Prep

Planting Season with Agronomist, Joe Schefers

Planting season is right around the corner and farmers are preparing to get in the field once again. However, you…

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Canadian Bacon and Cheese Savory Tarts

Canadian Bacon and Cheese Savory Tart

Easter is right around the corner, which typically means family celebrations and Easter brunches. Brunch is meant for spending quality…

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Tips to Save Money on Your Grocery Bill

Grocery shopping can be quite overwhelming, especially if you are taking into consideration all the opinions of what is considered…

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Food Safety Tips: Rinsing Fruits and Veggies

Wash Away Your Worries About Pesticide Residues On Produce

Pesticide residues on your food can be a scary thought. Maybe the topic crossed your mind while making dinner or…

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Your One-Stop Guide to Food Safety

As you cook up tasty creations in the kitchen, it’s important to take steps to ensure your activities don’t take…

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Four Simple Tips for Staying Healthy and Fit

Fitness fads and weight loss diets get trendy around the new year but striving toward healthy goals is stylish year-round.…

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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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Hungry for Truth Tips for Hosting the Ultimate Friendsgiving Recipes

The Ultimate Guide for a Great Friendsgiving

We’re used to indulging in traditional dishes on Thanksgiving, like grandma’s pumpkin pie and Aunt Susan’s green bean casserole, but…

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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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The Usual Suspects: Five Pests That “Bug” South Dakota Farmers and Gardeners

In a perfect world, we could plant our crops at the start of summer then sit back and watch them…

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Five Ways EPA Pesticide Reviews Help Keep Your Family’s Food Safe

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) — the agency responsible for evaluating the safety of all new and existing pesticides…

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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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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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Top Meat Tips From Uncle Ed’s

When Ed Munce started cooking for family events, he had no idea it would eventually turn into a full-time business…

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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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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…

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