SD wheat producers could see higher fees
PIERRE — Farmers have been planting fewer acres of wheat in recent years in South Dakota. That’s meant less money for wheat research at South Dakota State University.
The solution sought by the South Dakota Wheat Commission is to end the check-off fee of 1.5 cents per bushel that’s collected from farmers and install a fee that’s linked directly to prices.
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