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First On The Farm
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.
Prairie AquaTech, a high-protein, soybean-based fish food company, recently opened a new, state-of-the-art aquafeed manufacturing plant in Volga, in addition to a lab and quality assurance testing facility in Brookings.
More than 130 years ago, we got our start in ag banking. To this day, our roots run deep within farm communities.
Those involved in agriculture in 2019 likely have a few words to describe this year: frustrating, annoying, and presumably some other words not fit for print. One word rarely mentioned, however, is opportunity.
As the weather starts to change and farmers prepare for harvest, it’s good to remember the importance of farm safety. Each year there are far too many accidents and deaths on the farm.
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.
Having grown up on a farm, I have many great memories: the first time I drove a tractor, the first time I helped pull a calf, and the first time I raked hay.
Every January, I find myself walking through the Sioux Falls Farm Show to see what the latest and greatest technology is.
One of the tasks you should tackle this fall is one that could pay huge dividends and that you might not readily think about.
As you get ready to hop into your combine this fall, it’s an opportune time to reflect back on the past summer.
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