South Dakota Soybean Yield Contest Participants Continue to Break Records
Scott McKee, a farmer from Union County, took home Overall First Place in the South Dakota Soybean Soybean Yield Contest with his record-breaking soybean yield of 106.6 bushels per acre, breaking his previous record of 103.7 bushels per acre from last year’s contest. Read more.More >>
SCN Breakthrough Excites Researchers
More work needed to go from discovery to application New plant-resistance discoveries excite both researchers and farmers at the prospect of finding solutions to yield barriers in soybean production. One of those barriers, the soybean cyst nematode (SCN) pest, has been at the forefront of research recently. In fact, some researchers think that a new […] More >>
Farmers are utilizing various conservation practices such as cover crops and no-till farming to improve soil health and preserve this valuable natural resource. Michelle Rook looks at why this is important for farmers, but also how it benefits consumers.
Heartland Consumer Report on KELO-TV 5pm News air date 2-9-16