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October  2019


 

 


 

 

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Considerations for control of noxious weeds
 




Grass tetany prevention advised due to lush fall grasses

 

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 SD Ag Secretary urges safety during fall harvest season 


 
Cool wet conditions to plague SD in early October


 

3
SD Soybean partners with USMEF to boost demand for soybeans

 
First frost brings prussic acid dangers to sorghum/sudan
 

4
SD Beef Council sets course & budget for fiscal 2020



Save the Date!  The Power of Women as Agvocates

 


 

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SD wheat variety survey reveals strong use of SD lines



Harvesting silage in wet years





 

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SD Beef Checkoff builds demand for beef with in-state promotions


First winter storm of the season to hit SD mid week


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Partnerships aid in profitable management of marginal acres



Targeted treatment of noxious weeds protects diversity
 





10
SD Forest Action Plan soon available for review

 


New resource for sunflower stem diseases


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SD farmers promote soybean quality at US Soy Global Exchange



Freeze may boost dry down of soybeans in SD fields

 



 

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US/Japan Tariff Agreement levels trade field for US farmers


Weaning calves on cover crops an option to muddy lots
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Promoting the value of northern grown soybeans



Understanding discounts for corn moisture/handling

16
Swath grazing research finds value for fall/winter cc use

 
Calf Value Discovery program taking enrollments



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Wildlife and soil health benefits of cover crops



Tips for soil testing following fall harvest season
 







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SD Beef producers reach out at Etc. Expo for Her this weekend


November climate outlook appears warmer but wet
 







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 Edinger looks back on SD wheat successes & challenges


Cover crops and crop residue cut back on greenhouse gases
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SD Beef partners with SDSU Meat Science to educate

 
Yellow sweet clover hay poses health risk if moldy


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 Creating conversations with consumer is focus of Hungry for Truth


 
Gradual cooling benefits hardening of winter wheat

 



 


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Emergency Watershed program open to easement offerings



Crop & livestock integration returns benefits to both systems

 



 

25
Burn permits in BH district available beginning Nov 1st 




African Swine Fever to be focus at SDSU Swine Day



 
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SDSU releases two new winter wheat lines to growers



Light test corn can find value with feeding cattle
 
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The Fall Run marks the next phase in Beef’s pasture to plate journey


Window of harvest opportunity may open this week


 

30
Robust livestock industry adds value to SD corn & soybeans

 

Moo University to host a California dairy tour

 

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Fenceline weaning eases transition away from cows



Corn silage hybrid performance data revealed


 

 


 







 

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