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Diversifying Crop Rotation Through Field Peas, Sorghum and Polycropping

January 21, 2021

SDSU Extension will kick off the second month of its Crop Hour Series, with a week focused on field peas, sorghum and polycropping practices.

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SDSU Extension Applauds 2020 South Dakota Master Pork Producers

January 21, 2021

Four South Dakota pork production systems were recently recognized for their outstanding contributions to the state’s swine industry.

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Registration Now Open for SDSU Beef Day

January 22, 2021

This year’s event will be held virtually Tuesday, February 9 and will begin at 1 p.m. CST. 

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SDSU Extension Wheat Week Explores Strategies for Increasing Yields, Controlling Pests

January 14, 2021

Starting with a strong soil base, choosing the best variety and fending off weeds and other pests are crucial for a productive and profitable spring or winter wheat harvest.

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SDSU Extension Launches New AgritourismSD Program

January 12, 2021

Do you farm or ranch and want to share your passion and excitement for agriculture with others?

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SDSU Extension’s Soybean Week Dives into Pest Management, Soil Health and 2021 Outlook

January 07, 2021

Want to know more about weed control, research, planting dates, and fungicide? Join us on January 19 - 22.

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New Training Options Available for Pesticide Applicators in 2021

January 07, 2021

Join us for more information on the pesticide applicator training in 2021.

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Focus on your health in 2021 with SDSU Extension

January 04, 2021

SDSU Extension is inviting South Dakotans to get active and get healthy in 2021.

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SDSU Extension to Host Creative Life Writing for Adults Workshop

January 04, 2021

Have you always wanted to record your memories so your family could cherish your stories for years to come, but never sat down and put pen to paper?

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SDSU Extension to Host Gerontology Lunch and Learn Webinar Series

January 04, 2021

Join us for more information on Alzheimer’s, respite care and health and wellness for older adults beginning on January 14.

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SDSU Extension Invites Growers to Take Coffee Break Online and Talk Corn

December 23, 2020

Do you have questions about corn? Join us for more information January 12 15!

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Safeguarding grains: Crucial to farm safety, profitability

December 22, 2020

Would you like to learn more about properly storing grain? Join us Jan. 5, 6, 7 and 8 at 10 a.m. CST.

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New CRP Enrollment Offers Opportunity for Grazing, Hay and Habitat

December 22, 2020

The Conservation Reserve Program continues to improve and is now more practical for working ranches, land health and wildlife than ever.

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SDSU Extension to Host Another Round of Workshops for Next Generation Land Seekers

December 22, 2020

According to the USDA 2017 Census of Agriculture, one in four producers is a beginning farmer with 10 or fewer years of experience.

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SDSU Extension to Host Money Talk for Women

December 17, 2020

Regardless of marital status, women continue to face more specific financial needs than men.