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.
- All SDSU Extension regional centers will be closed through May 31, 2020. Our experts will be available remotely and we encourage you to reach out to them via email.
- We will not deliver face-to-face programming through May 31, 2020. Staff will continue to serve clientele through telephone, our website, social media, news releases, radio and other appropriate means.
- Updates and cancellations are available on our events page.
"I appreciate your patience and understanding as we deal with this ever-evolving situation. The health and safety of our staff, program participants and communities is of utmost of importance." Karla Trautman, SDSU Extension Director
Agriculture & Economics
- 2020 Planting Decisions
- At-Home Hog Slaughter
- Bigger Cattle. Warmer Weather. What Can Go Wrong?
- Cash Flow and Income Considerations for S.D. Farms: Part 1
- Cash Flow and Income Considerations for S.D. Farms: Part 2
- Cash Flow is Critical
- Communicating With Dairy Farm Employees in the Time of COVID-19
- Evaluating Feedstuffs on Nutrient Cost-Comparison Basis
- Information on How to Deal With COVID-19 for Dairy Workers
- Leading Through COVID-19 on the Farm and Ranch
- Livestock Market Disruptions
- COVID-19 and Livestock: Is there a connection?
- Managing Through Feed Supply Disruptions
- Meat Inspection in South Dakota: Requirements and Resources
- Methods to Slow Finishing Pig Growth
- Protein Supplementation Options With Grazing Cattle
- Social Distancing for Livestock Producers
- South Dakota Grain Basis Tools
- South Dakota Grain Net Income Tool
- What Now? Alternative Cattle Feeding Strategies in the COVID-19 Era
Communities & Businesses
Health & Wellness
- Boost Your Immunity With Simple Lifestyle Changes
- Diabetes and COVID-19
- Healthy Habits for Immune Support
- Keep Moving Indoors
- Reduce Stress With Meal Planning
- Staying Socially Connected During COVID-19
Parents & Youth
- 2020 State 4-H Event Cancellation List
- Children Can Learn Math and Science in the Kitchen
- Easy Home-Cooked Meals in One Pot
- How to Talk to Your Kids About COVID-19
- Learning at Home
- Make Your Own Kitchen Cleaning Sanitizer
- Managing Child Care Options When Schools Close
- Microwave Cooking and Safety
- Self-Care for Youth and Families
- Young Children Helping in the Kitchen