Standing up to drought: No-till, cover crops build resilient soil for managing water
April 13, 2021
South Dakota farmers slogged through two wet years before the rain shut off in the middle of the last growing season. Now a warm start to winter without much snow cover has farmers heading into the next crop year short on moisture.
South Dakota Soybean Leader End of Year Check-In 2020
South Dakota Ag Minute
Farmers Rate High on USB Consumer Trust Survey.mp4
Farmers rated high un a recent United Soybean Board consumer trust survey. It showed 78-percent of consumers see farmers as the most trusted members of the supply chain in ensuring safe and sustainable food. Michelle Rook has more.
Heartland Consumer Report on KELO-Land News at 5
Invest your support in the group that works hardest for you.
You know the South Dakota Soybean Association has the best interest of soybean farmers at heart because it’s governed by soybean farmers. We know the real life challenges farmers face and take that strong message to state and federal government.