Knowing per-unit costs can help producers make end-of-year financial decisions
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Meetings are scheduled for October 6-8 in Reva, Faith, New Underwood, Philip, Chamberlain and Winner.
Your comments needed on proposed EPA "waters" rule
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.