2022 Field Days
The South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station at SDSU will host a series of field days this summer at research farms across the state. The field days will highlight research happening on the farms and include presentations and demonstrations by SDSU Extension specialists and SDSU faculty.
- June 30 - Dakota Lakes Research Farm Field Day
- July 12 - Southeast Research Farm Field Day
- July 14 - Northeast Research Farm Field Day
- July 28 - Cottonwood Field Station Precision Ranching Technology Field Day
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Rural communities often have deeply rooted cultural traditions, but are facing unprecedented changes. Diversity and inclusion are becoming essential components in creating vibrant and thriving rural communities.
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View contestant resources and results from the State 4-H Horse Show, Judging and Hippology contests.
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beefSD is an intensive educational program designed to take participants to the next level in beef enterprise management.
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Whether you are starting a new board or solidifying the roles and workings of an existing board, this program is a great way to get all members on the same page.
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The 2022 South Dakota State University (SDSU) Extension Farm Real Estate Market Survey is the 32nd annual survey of agricultural land values and cash rental rates by land use and quality in different regions of South Dakota.
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