SDSA Federal Policy Update

Guest column by Brandon Wipf, farmer from Huron and SDSA Director.

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Sudden Death Syndrome of Soybean Confirmed in South Dakota

Written collaboratively by Emmanuel Byamukama, Connie Strunk, Connie Tande, and Febina Mathew for iGrow.

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South Dakota Soybean On-Farm Research Program is Research at Your Fingertips

Today, hundreds of South Dakota soybean growers double as citizen scientists, testing various products and farming practices in their own fields with the intent to increase yields, ward off pests and disease and improve overall profits.

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Thailand: An Up and Coming Power

Like other countries in Southeast Asia, Thailand’s economy is on a steady incline. That means good things for South Dakota soybeans.

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Apply for See For Yourself Tour to Mexico

South Dakota soybean growers are encouraged to apply for the 2018 See For Yourself export tour to Mexico. The experience is hosted by the South Dakota Soybean Research & Promotion Council (SDSRPC). Ten farmers will be selected to travel to Mexico, February 18-24, 2018, where they will experience first-hand how the South Dakota soybean checkoff is working for them in the country.

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Not Just Any Port: The Largest Bulk Cargo Handling Facility in Asia

Most soybean farmers probably don’t think much about what happens to their soybeans once they leave the farm gate. Because more than 60 percent of South Dakota’s soybean production is exported, there is a good likelihood that some may make their way to the largest bulk cargo handling facility in all of Asia. South Dakota farmers got a first-hand look at the port and met with soybean processors operating in the port to learn more about their operation and purchasing considerations.

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