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First On The Farm
This information is current as of September 25, 2020. For the latest information, please monitor our website or your email for updates.
As a kid growing up on a farm, fall was by far my favorite part.
When The First National Bank in Sioux Falls began in 1885, pioneering farmers came to this area for a new chance to chase their dreams as the vast South Dakota prairie awaited them.
The GREET Act, introduced in August by Sen. John Thune and co-sponsored by Sen. Mike Rounds, would require the Environmental Protection Agency to update its greenhouse gas modeling for ethanol and biodiesel.
What a difference just a few months can make. By now, we are all feeling the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. I am not an expert on the subject, and I am going to avoid attempting to imitate one.
After going for a drive over the weekend, there seems to be potential that this planting season may be better that of 2019. Last year, all the conversation was based around Prevent Plant (PP)
One thing I have learned in life is to always expect the unexpected. A few short months ago it seemed most every producer had a sense of optimism.
When the clock struck midnight on December 31, I think there was a collective sigh of relief from everyone involved in agriculture. 2019 was FINALLY over! We saw record-breaking rainfall, extremely cold temperatures, and another April blizzard.
Many of you probably haven’t had much of a break to sit and reflect on the past year, as harvest was drug out and likely rolled right into tax season!
The third session of the Farmers ‘N Bankers program took us to nearby Agribusinesses to learn more about the use of locally grown commodities in their processes and products.
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