News headlines from South Dakota Farm Bureau
Brown County will see improvements in Emergency Response equipment and training thanks to $10,000 of funding made possible by the South Dakota Farm Bureau Centennial Community Initiative.
Parades, retro games, great entertainment and free ice cold water are just a few of the ways South Dakota Farm Bureau will be celebrating 100 years of the organization all week along Farm Bureau Avenue at the 2017 South Dakota State Fair.
South Dakota Farm Bureau will be hosting a Farm Bureau Forum on Wednesday, Aug. 16 at 10:30 a.m. CDT in the Reaves Building at Dakotafest in Mitchell
Family Night at the Park was held at Lake Carthage to celebrate the opening of a new handicap accessible / family friendly fishing pier. The new pier was made possible thanks to funding from the South Dakota Farm Bureau Centennial Community Initiative.
South Dakota Farm Bureau (SDFB) will be offering new “Lunch and Learn” sessions at Dakotafest in their hoop building and tent located in lot #445 on the east end of 4th Street at Dakotafest on the Schlaffman Farm in Mitchell, S.D.
Grant County 4-H youth are now able to participate in a new program titled All About Agriculture thanks to donations from the South Dakota Farm Bureau Centennial Community Initiative grant.
Young people in the Prairie Winds 4-H Program are receiving new educational kits as well as adding facility improvements thanks to donations from the South Dakota Farm Bureau Centennial Community Initiative grant.
A new concession stand and handicap accessible restrooms have been built on the Perkins County Fairgrounds thanks to donations from the South Dakota Farm Bureau Centennial Community Initiative grant.
Two South Dakota communities celebrated improvements to their fairgrounds thanks to donations from the South Dakota Farm Bureau Centennial Community Initiative grant.
How does the oldest county fair in South Dakota keep growing and expanding? Community commitment and support is behind the latest addition to the Turner County Fair in Parker, S.D., where a new commercial building is being constructed to keep pace with growing demand from those who want to interact with over 80,000 attendees who take in the annual event.