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In agriculture, there are always a few years that everyone can remember. As a kid I remember hearing about the mud and flooding of 1993 and hearing about the drought of 1988.
The weather continues to be grinding planting season to a halt in a large portion of the Corn Belt. We understand the issues this is and will be creating for our customer base and their neighbors in our trade area.
Keep up with our ag team by checking our First on the Farm quarterly newsletter. You can find updates from Ag Banking Manager Brian Gilbert, Crop Insurance Specialist Tyler Urban, and other ag bankers.
Every January, I find myself walking through the Sioux Falls Farm Show to see what the latest and greatest technology is.
We are very excited for opening day at our new branch on March 1.
As the combine pressed forward, it pressured critters to scamper from beneath the stocks. There were fat raccoons who had feasted on corn, pheasants easing into flight, and rabbits bounding through the rows.
When the calendar turns to January, that usually means it’s very cold outside, and it’s time to make sure that there is plenty of number one diesel on hand.
In the January edition of the Chamber News, our very own, Bill Evans, was recognized as the Agri-Business Citizen of the Year by the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce Agri-Business Division.
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