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    Grain Storage: It Starts With Harvest

    As producers prepare to fire up combines for the 2018 fall harvest, there is much concern about commodity prices and markets. Many producers realize that it will be difficult to sell soybeans for the foreseeable future and are making preparations to store this commodity for a number of months or possibly longer.

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    Grain Storage: What Are My Options?

    With harvest approaching or in progress in many areas of South Dakota, grain storage is becoming a top priority for some producers. Over the past year, low commodity prices have caused some farmers to hold over more grain than in previous years.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: Climate Inside The Bin

    According to the September 1st USDA NASS report, South Dakota is heading for bumper row crop production. The USDA NASS predicts the production of corn and soybean crops in South Dakota at a record high of 893 million and 277 million bushels, up 14% and 15% from last year respectively.

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    Grain Storage: Do’s and Don’t’s

    Fall is a very busy time on most grain farms in South Dakota. In the hustle and bustle of running the combine, hauling grain, and storing or selling a crop, it is easy to forget the importance of safety.

    Read More »

    Evaluation of Cover Crop Mixes for Forage Supply (Midwest Forage Association Grant)

    Farmers often look for ways to increase revenue. In the Upper Great Plains it might not be economical, or practical, to plant another grain crop during the growing year, however, cover crops should be considered as they provide multiple benefits.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: It Starts With Harvest

    As producers prepare to fire up combines for the 2018 fall harvest, there is much concern about commodity prices and markets. Many producers realize that it will be difficult to sell soybeans for the foreseeable future and are making preparations to store this commodity for a number of months or possibly longer.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: What Are My Options?

    With harvest approaching or in progress in many areas of South Dakota, grain storage is becoming a top priority for some producers. Over the past year, low commodity prices have caused some farmers to hold over more grain than in previous years.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: Climate Inside The Bin

    According to the September 1st USDA NASS report, South Dakota is heading for bumper row crop production. The USDA NASS predicts the production of corn and soybean crops in South Dakota at a record high of 893 million and 277 million bushels, up 14% and 15% from last year respectively.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: Do’s and Don’t’s

    Fall is a very busy time on most grain farms in South Dakota. In the hustle and bustle of running the combine, hauling grain, and storing or selling a crop, it is easy to forget the importance of safety.

    Read More »

    Evaluation of Cover Crop Mixes for Forage Supply (Midwest Forage Association Grant)

    Farmers often look for ways to increase revenue. In the Upper Great Plains it might not be economical, or practical, to plant another grain crop during the growing year, however, cover crops should be considered as they provide multiple benefits.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: It Starts With Harvest

    As producers prepare to fire up combines for the 2018 fall harvest, there is much concern about commodity prices and markets. Many producers realize that it will be difficult to sell soybeans for the foreseeable future and are making preparations to store this commodity for a number of months or possibly longer.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: What Are My Options?

    With harvest approaching or in progress in many areas of South Dakota, grain storage is becoming a top priority for some producers. Over the past year, low commodity prices have caused some farmers to hold over more grain than in previous years.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: Climate Inside The Bin

    According to the September 1st USDA NASS report, South Dakota is heading for bumper row crop production. The USDA NASS predicts the production of corn and soybean crops in South Dakota at a record high of 893 million and 277 million bushels, up 14% and 15% from last year respectively.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: Do’s and Don’t’s

    Fall is a very busy time on most grain farms in South Dakota. In the hustle and bustle of running the combine, hauling grain, and storing or selling a crop, it is easy to forget the importance of safety.

    Read More »

    Evaluation of Cover Crop Mixes for Forage Supply (Midwest Forage Association Grant)

    Farmers often look for ways to increase revenue. In the Upper Great Plains it might not be economical, or practical, to plant another grain crop during the growing year, however, cover crops should be considered as they provide multiple benefits.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: It Starts With Harvest

    As producers prepare to fire up combines for the 2018 fall harvest, there is much concern about commodity prices and markets. Many producers realize that it will be difficult to sell soybeans for the foreseeable future and are making preparations to store this commodity for a number of months or possibly longer.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: What Are My Options?

    With harvest approaching or in progress in many areas of South Dakota, grain storage is becoming a top priority for some producers. Over the past year, low commodity prices have caused some farmers to hold over more grain than in previous years.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: Climate Inside The Bin

    According to the September 1st USDA NASS report, South Dakota is heading for bumper row crop production. The USDA NASS predicts the production of corn and soybean crops in South Dakota at a record high of 893 million and 277 million bushels, up 14% and 15% from last year respectively.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: Do’s and Don’t’s

    Fall is a very busy time on most grain farms in South Dakota. In the hustle and bustle of running the combine, hauling grain, and storing or selling a crop, it is easy to forget the importance of safety.

    Read More »

    Watch for Grasshopper Population Outbreaks

    Our early prediction of grasshopper populations was that there would be areas where outbreaks would be possible during 2018. We are just starting to receive reports of grasshopper populations that are exceeding recommended thresholds throughout central South Dakota as well as areas in northeast South Dakota that haven’t received much rain this year.

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    Missouri Confirms 6-Way Herbicide Resistance in Waterhemp

    Herbicide resistance has been an issue for the management of weeds for many years. In South Dakota, resistance in several weed species to multiple sites of action (SOA) of herbicides have been documented. However, the newly published 6-way resistance that is present in Missouri waterhemp has not yet been observed in South Dakota.

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    Grain Storage: It Starts With Harvest

    As producers prepare to fire up combines for the 2018 fall harvest, there is much concern about commodity prices and markets. Many producers realize that it will be difficult to sell soybeans for the foreseeable future and are making preparations to store this commodity for a number of months or possibly longer.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: What Are My Options?

    With harvest approaching or in progress in many areas of South Dakota, grain storage is becoming a top priority for some producers. Over the past year, low commodity prices have caused some farmers to hold over more grain than in previous years.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: Climate Inside The Bin

    According to the September 1st USDA NASS report, South Dakota is heading for bumper row crop production. The USDA NASS predicts the production of corn and soybean crops in South Dakota at a record high of 893 million and 277 million bushels, up 14% and 15% from last year respectively.

    Read More »

    Grain Storage: Do’s and Don’t’s

    Fall is a very busy time on most grain farms in South Dakota. In the hustle and bustle of running the combine, hauling grain, and storing or selling a crop, it is easy to forget the importance of safety.

    Read More »

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