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The food and farming landscape is constantly changing. From food safety to GMOs, you want to be sure you’re up to date on the latest in food and farming so you can make the right choices for yourself and your family.

Hungry for Truth Mixer Giveaway Summer 2018

Summer Giveaway: Get Cookin’ With a KitchenAid® Stand Mixer

From Fourth of July fêtes to backyard barbeques, summer is full of opportunities to show off your cooking skills. Lucky…

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Hungry for Truth Gardening Tips

Grow Local: Tips to Help First-Time Gardeners Find Their Groove

Heidi Teal, co-owner of Cliff Avenue Greenhouse and Garden Center in Sioux Falls, has spent her whole life in the…

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Morgan + Jason Kontz Family Farm Hungry for Truth sustainability

Sustainability is a Growing Trend on South Dakota Family Farms

Sustainability is a trending topic among South Dakota farmers and families. Farmers want to take care of the soil and…

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Kevin Deinert Farm Hungry for Truth

How One Young Farmer Preserves the Land for the Next Generation

For Kevin Deinert, farming is all about family. The 30-year-old farmer grows 2,500 acres of soybeans, corn and alfalfa, and…

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Join Us for Breakfast on the Farm

Breakfast lovers, unite! It’s time to find out where your favorite breakfast staples come from. At Hungry for Truth, we…

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Hungry for Truth BJ Hansen Beef Farm

Diversity Drives Sustainability on Hansen Family Farm

For South Dakota soybean farmers, sustainability means doing the right thing for the environment and continuously improving the land for…

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Hungry for Truth Beef Nutrition Tips

Five Healthy Reasons to Eat More Beef

South Dakota may boast thousands of acres of soybean fields, but it’s also home to an estimated 4 million head…

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Hungry for Truth Dane's Crop Report

Dane’s Crop Report: Spraying Smart

Dane’s back in the fields, and he’s taking a quick break from planting to explain how they use pesticides on…

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How to Make Your Own Succulent Garden

Mothers help us grow into the people we are today. Why not grow something for Mom on her special day?…

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Hungry for Truth Sloppy Joes and Farm Sustainability

Beef Up Meal Time With Quick and Easy Sloppy Joes

Sometimes farming and ranching can get a little sloppy, especially when spring storms dump a couple feet of snow on…

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Hungry for Truth Shrimp Tacos Recipe

Spice Up Your Fiesta With Chipotle Lime Shrimp Tacos

If you’re craving fresh, zesty tacos for your next fiesta, these Five-Step Chipotle Lime Shrimp Tacos fit the bill. Use…

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Hungry for Truth Cuban Slider Recipe

Fuel Up in the Field With Cuban Sliders

Whether you work in a tractor or at a desk, everyone needs a quick, easy meal to ward off midday…

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Hungry for Truth Pesticide application

Getting an Early Start on Crop Protection With the Pazour Family Farm

Bradee Pazour has always been passionate about farming. She grew up on a family farm just outside Chamberlain and married…

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Hungry for Truth Cheesy Tater Tot Hotdish

Cheesy Tater Tot Hotdish From a South Dakota Dairy Farm

Just a few miles north of Sioux Falls lies Lynn Boadwine’s dairy farm. Homesteaded in 1874, Boadwine Farms is home…

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Hungry for Truth SD Sustainable Soybeans

Growing Sustainable Soybeans on Earth Day and Every Day

Though farmers may not be the first people who come to mind when you think of environmentalists, they are focused…

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Hungry for Truth Food Safety

Don’t Fear Eating Your Fruits and Veggies

You have probably heard it said, “Eat more fruits and vegetables.” Health experts agree increasing plant-based foods in your diet…

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Hungry for Truth Ram Farrell Family Farm

Meet a Young Farm Family Using Technology for Crop Protection

Ram Farrell grew up around the world. His dad’s military career took the family everywhere from Hawaii to Panama to…

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Five Surprising Things Grown and Raised in South Dakota Hungry for Truth

Five Surprising Things Grown and Raised in South Dakota

When you imagine a South Dakota farm, you probably think of soybeans, corn and wheat. While row crops comprise most…

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