SDSU Extension, under the guidance of South Dakota State University, continues to serve South Dakotans while balancing the safety of our staff and the public.
There is potential again this year for flood damage to homes, businesses and agriculture operations.
A healthy response to farm stressors involves paying attention and determining coping strategies that are useful.
Both livestock and crops are essential to South Dakota's agricultural industry.
4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization, involving young people in urban, suburban and rural communities. 4-H fosters an innovative, “learn by doing” approach with proven results.
Flowers, vegetables, trees, and lawns - learn how to improve your landscape, control weeds and insects and bring the bounty of your garden to your family’s dinner table.
Linking nutrition education, physical activity and food preparation is a great way to help families and children learn how to eat healthier and improve wellness.
Our programs are designed to improve the quality of life for individuals and families, and the communities in which they live, work, and play.
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The disruptions in the beef processing sector caused by COVID-19 continue to interfere with the orderly marketing of finished cattle. While we all hope that the situation is resolved quickly, the reality is that because the shipment of so many harvest-ready cattle has been delayed, there will be increased numbers of heavier cattle on feed for the foreseeable future.
Proper collection of soil samples is extremely important as the accuracy of the soil test depends on the quality of the soil sample provided to the lab.
SDSU Extension provides established and trusted research-based food preservation information.
Farm and ranch businesses have a sizeable investment in equipment, buildings, land, and livestock. These investments require their owners and managers to remain knowledgeable about the financial condition of their business. The information to calculate measures of financial performance can be found in their farm record books or accounting system.
SDSU Extension will be offering a 9-week Food Preservation series, every other Tuesday starting on June 2 at 10 AM CDT/ 9 AM MDT.
Join us Thursday, June 4, 2020 at noon CDT /11 a.m. MDT to hear from Philip Rozeboom, SDSU Extension IPM Coordinator.
This year, SDSU Extension will be hosting the Master Gardener & Home Horticulture training course ONLINE ONLY.