February 11, 2020
Although we all wish there was a snap-your-fingers fix for our saturated field conditions, everyone in agriculture will need to go into the year 2020 with eyes wide open to the realities of our wet weather cycle. Some strategic planning in the off-season can help prepare you for how to best approach the coming spring field conditions.
The state of South Dakota and the agricultural industry are working together to provide certainty and promote livestock and ag development in the state. Governor Kristi Noem announced the state is "open for business" with proposed changes to zoning and nuisance lawsuits. This will benefit farmers in the state but it will also trickle down to main street. Michelle Rook has the story. Heartland Consumer Report on KELO-TV 5pm News