Knowing per-unit costs can help producers make end-of-year financial decisions
11/16/2015 8:20:42 AM
Experts say now is the time to start end-of-year financial work, laying the groundwork for good decisions for the year to come.
Farm Bureau applauds Senate passage of Trade Promotion Authority
7/2/2015 2:27:59 PM
South Dakota Farm Bureau sees the passage of TPA as a positive step forward for agriculture in international trade.
Farm Bureau supports Conaway bill to repeal mandatory Country of Origin labeling
6/1/2015 12:16:34 PM
Now that the World Trade Organization has ruled COOL out of compliance for a fourth time, Farm Bureau is adding its name to a list of supporters of a bipartisan bill to repeal mandatory COOL for beef, pork and chicken.
Celebrate "National Beef Month" with some delicious nutrition
5/1/2015 12:09:15 PM
Did you know that 29 cuts of beef are certified Lean or Extra Lean? Get recipes & info here.
Red meat not valued in new federal dietary guidelines
3/10/2015 2:41:56 PM
Farm Bureau is encouraging ag producers & consumers to speak up about the federal government's new dietary guidelines, which seem to be ignoring the role of lean mean in a healthy, protein-filled diet.
Farm Bureau to host Rancher Appreciation Social at Black Hills Stock Show
1/26/2015 2:37:07 PM
Monday, Feb. 2 all ranchers are invited to a Rancher Appreciation Social to be held in conjunction with the Black Hills Stock Show.
Farm Bureau members provide input on national beef checkoff
12/4/2014 8:39:09 AM
Farmers and ranchers who are members of SDFB submitted official comments on the USDA plan to start a new, concurrent beef checkoff.
Ranchers invited to West River meetings to learn about Clean Water Act and new pasture insurance options
10/2/2014 11:58:27 AM
Meetings are scheduled for October 6-8 in Reva, Faith, New Underwood, Philip, Chamberlain and Winner.
Your comments needed on proposed EPA "waters" rule
5/13/2014 11:02:12 AM
July 21 is the deadline for submitting comments on the proposed rule that would regulate nearly every drop of water that falls on your farm or ranch.