Agriculture and tourism are both important industries in South Dakota. In this SD Ag Chat, hear how the state’s tourism department is planning to promote a combination of the two.
Getting started in any business is challenging. In this SD Ag Chat, hear about one young couple whose love for cattle makes the challenges they face to build their herd worth the risk.
It’s National Ag Week. The last U.S. Census of Agriculture was done in 2012. In this SD Ag Chat, South Dakota’s state statistician tells how answering USDA NASS surveys has a direct effect on farmers and ranchers.
This is National Ag Week (March 19-25, 2017). In this SD Ag Chat, hear the head of the state’s Game, Fish and Parks Department talk about the important relationship between landowners and sportsmen and women.
A new agricultural education exhibit has opened in South Dakota’s largest town. Hear board chairman Jim Woster tell how the Stock Yards Ag Experience became reality in this SD Ag Chat.
This week (March 19-25, 2017) is National Ag Week. Agriculture and its associated industries employ more than 115,000—or 1 out of 5-- South Dakotans. The head of economic development for the state of SD talks about the connection between those agricultural jobs and economic development in the state in this SD Ag Chat.
In this SD Ag Chat, hear how what happens to the ag economy has an effect on the entire state.
The latest weather maps show a wetter than average April is in store for South Dakota. Get the details from SDSU Extension State Climatologist Laura Edwards in this SD Ag Chat.
This week (March 19-25, 2017) is National Ag Week. Listen to this SD Ag Chat, to hear the head of the state’s department of agriculture share information on the make-up of the department and some of the services they provide.