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Van plows into pedestrians in Toronto; 2 reported killed, 7 injured
Governor appoints three to jobs and gaming boards
Daugaard praises students with a pitch heavy on love
Body of missing woman recovered from Missouri River
Waffle House shooting suspect Travis Reinking arrested, police say
Why are tens of thousands of Americans still driving around with explosive devices in their cars?
SD FFA Convention hosts more than 2,000 amidst the storm
39% of rural Americans lack access to rural broadband
Farm bill delays, ethanol waivers worry SD Sen. Rounds
Sanford to detail its extensive medical research at Vatican conference
place a business brief
AgweekTV: Sczepanski Farm Insolvency
Corn farmers may be eligible for Syngenta settlement
Acreage may be dictated by weather, not economics
Beets return to prominence: American Crystal Sugar share values show strength
ND school unveils $450,000 ag expansion
Incredible photos show precise moment when a high school golfer was attacked by an unhinged goose
Wild owner dumps GM Fletcher, vows tweaks over rebuild
Tiger baseball falls to Red Raiders
Area baseball roundup: Howard goes 3-1 in Northville
MVP's Walz claims two races at Ipswich
Mitchell family begins charity to raise money for Congenital Heart Defects
Wearing 'multitasker' badge of honor despite drawbacks
Colorado couple opens thrift store in Mitchell to benefit area nonprofits
Folding for the less fortunate
Peace Light and Stone celebrates 25 years of business in Mitchell
Bob Lee Schaeffer
Donald W. Schimmel
Daugaard: Celebrating South Dakota's conservationists
OPINION: Prosecutors get a new power if a drug deal causes a death
1963 Impala was beautiful, but it fell apart
LETTER: A defense of the NRA
LETTER: 'Big Wind' is moving into South Dakota
Craftsman makes a wake building kayaks and canoes
Angler's fish tale presents learning opportunity
Wiltz: What's the best way to feed dogs?
Wiltz: Deer hunting is mighty important to me
Antlerless deer hunting proposed for Dec. 8-16
Tom and Sherri
Donna Johnson 85th birthday
February 7, 2018
Can Americans eat more chicken? U.S. industry bets on growth
As if Americans didn't have enough chicken on the menu already, production of the nation's most-popular meat is headed for the biggest growth...
February 7, 2018 - 2:24pm
December 23, 2017
AgweekTV: McMartin Bankruptcy Update
The trustee in the large McMartin farm bankruptcy is alleging fraud and the amount of debt has risen to more than sixty-three million dollars....
December 23, 2017 - 8:00am
July 31, 2017
Returning home, a Minnesota farmer becomes a 6th generation for the birds
KENSINGTON, Minn. — Erica Sawatzke is joining a tradition of turkey production that dates back to the Civil War, with lots of female and...
July 31, 2017 - 8:30am
March 5, 2017
U.S. confirms first case this year of avian influenza in flock
March 5, 2017 - 9:01pm
December 28, 2016
Burger King, Tim Hortons to curb antibiotics used in chicken
CHICAGO/LOS ANGELES—Restaurant chains Burger King and Tim Hortons plan to switch to chicken raised without antibiotics considered "critically...
December 28, 2016 - 4:32pm
November 21, 2016
Thanksgiving cheer for consumers as turkey, ham prices fall
CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. consumers can expect to spend less on their traditional Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys and hams this year as supplies...
November 21, 2016 - 8:25am
May 20, 2015
Amid flu outbreak, state board shuts down poultry expositions
PIERRE — Bird flu that has swept through many turkey and chicken operations in South Dakota and neighboring states now has another casualty: Poultry expositions. The South Dakota Animal Industry Board voted unanimously Wednesday to order an immediate suspension of poultry shows. State...
May 20, 2015 - 4:28pm
May 7, 2015
Decomposing turkeys and chickens lead to odors, flies
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Millions of dead chickens and turkeys lie in stinking, fly-swarmed piles near dozens of Iowa farms, casualties of a bird flu virus that's swept through the state's large poultry operations in the last month. Contractors hired by the U.S. Department of...
May 7, 2015 - 2:49pm
February 18, 2014
Group pushing backyard chickens in Rapid City
RAPID CITY (AP) — A group of backyard chicken advocates is gearing up for a second run at legalizing the birds inside Rapid City limits. Rapid City Hens spokeswoman Brooke Romeo says the group will be presenting a new draft ordinance to the Rapid City Council, after an unsuccessful...
February 18, 2014 - 6:59am
August 29, 2013
ALAN GUEBERT: The other red meat
A lean hog is not a fat chicken, but the marketing geniuses hired by the National Pork Board sure sold a lotta' hams, bacons and butts when, in 1987, they began to promote pork as "The Other White Meat." Now, 25 years after that brilliant sleight-of-hand, the pork crowd wants to be...
August 29, 2013 - 10:24pm
April 18, 2013
GUEBERT: Odious riders on poultry, genetically modified crops pass Congress
While Max Baucus and Jon Tester are both Democrats, both U.S. senators and both Montana country boys, last month's hurried vote to fund nearly...
April 18, 2013 - 11:36am
April 26, 2012
OPINION: Cows, pigs, chickens have drug problem Congress can fix
Much of the beef, pork or chicken we eat contains small amounts of antibiotics. The drugs are fed to animals so they can thrive in the crowded, often-fetid factory farms that dominate U.S.
April 26, 2012 - 10:24am