May Storm Damage
On Friday, May 13, Gov. Kristi Noem issued a State of Emergency and ordered state personnel and resources to communities impacted by the damaging storms that occurred Thursday, May 12, in eastern South Dakota. Our team has pulled together some resources to help those who were hit by the storms. We will continue to work with ag operations, communities and families throughout the recovery process.
Homes and Families
- Power Outages and Food in Your Freezer
- Helping Kids Cope and Understand Disasters/Flooding and Family Stressors
- Helpful Food & Shopping Tips During Unexpected Events
Communities and Small Businesses
Trees and Landscaping
- Garden and Yard Problems and Solutions: Ask Extension and SDSU Extension Garden Hotline
- Tetanus: A Storm Aftermath Problem for Animals
- Salvaging Feed Grain From Damaged Storage Structures
- Climate and Weather
- Farm Stress
- Producers coping with livestock loss, contact the Animal Industry Board
From bite-size grape tomatoes to sliceable beefsteak varieties, learn how to select, plant and grow a wide variety of tomatoes for your garden this growing season!
A major question that producers have been asking is, “How late can wheat be planted in South Dakota without a significant reduction in yield potential?” See our latest recommendations for those considering late planting this May.
During this episode of Cattle HQ, Olivia Amundson and Robin Salverson, talked with Dr. Bleaux Johnson, DVM with West River Health Services and rancher.
With the first taste of warm weather comes the itch to get out and grill! Before you fire up the grill this season, here are a few reminders on grilling and food safety.
First-calf heifers pose specific challenges for cattle producers. Learn how strategic weaning decisions can impact the performance and profitability of this challenging group.
Does affordable car insurance mean the cheapest price, or does it mean getting the most for your money?
Join our experts to obtain timely information and ideas to get the most out of your garden and landscaping!
Through a collaborative partnership between the South Dakota Department of Health, South Dakota Game Fish & Parks and SDSU Extension, healthcare professionals are encouraged to sign up and prescribe exercise to their patients through the Park Prescription (Park Rx) program.
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.
The South Dakota Pest Management guides are now available for free. The guides offer recommendations for controlling weeds, insects, and diseases in a variety of South Dakota crops.
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.
This comprehensive book provides producers with insight and education into the latest beef management, handling practices and technology.
SDSU Extension fertilizer recommendations are based on field research in South Dakota and neighboring states.
Join our experts each week to obtain timely information and ideas to get the most out of your garden and landscaping!
SDSU Extension will be hosting a webinar series on mineral nutrition for the beef cow herd on May 17, May 19, May 24, May 26, and May 31 from 6-7:30 p.m. MT.
This free, 1-hour webinar was created to assist farmers and ranchers in making the best and most profitable decisions for their operations.
Join us on May 22 for the 2022 Garden Discovery Festival at McCrory Gardens in Brookings, featuring plant sales, interactive booths, guided garden tours and expert-led workshops!