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Farming and Football With Michael Drotzmann

In South Dakota, there are two things that connect people from every generation, county, and walk of life: farming and…

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Next Generation on the Farm with Beau Schooley

Next Generation on the Farm with Beau Schooley

The agriculture industry was built on the foundation of strong family farms and small businesses. Running a farming operation with…

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Climate Smart Commodities

How Commodities Affect Climate Change

The world today is much more conscious of keeping our earth green and working hard to do its part to…

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From Soy to Bacon! Pigs Powered by Soybeans

Americans love bacon and it’s easy to tell why. From a crispy breakfast side dish to a salty addition to…

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Pigs Health and Care

Animal Husbandry: Livestock Health and Care

Got a casserole to bake? Or maybe you’re in charge of bringing the meat for your next barbeque. Whatever the…

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What’s Produced Across the State?

It’s no secret that agriculture is a big deal in the state of South Dakota. In fact, agriculture is the…

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Karla Santi visited the farm of Walt Bones to learn more about how he grows and raises food as part of the Hungry for Truth initiative.

When Farming Goes Digital with Karla Santi, Walt Bones and Hungry For Truth

Having open and transparent conversations about food and farming with South Dakotans and the farmers who grow it is what…

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Why Do Farmers Use GMOs?

Have you ever wondered why many farmers use GMOs? Researching the question online might lead you to believe that they…

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Plowing snow on the Greenway farm in the winter.

What I’m Up to This Winter (Part Three)

Harvest is complete. The weather is getting colder, and there’s snow on the  ground.  Although farmers aren’t out in the…

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Barns and buildings on the Greenway farm in the winter.

What I’m Up to This Winter (Part Two)

Harvest is complete. The weather is getting colder, and there’s snow on the ground. Although farmers aren’t out in the…

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A herd of cattle and tractor on the Greenways' farm.

What I’m Up to This Winter (Part One)

Harvest is complete. The weather is getting colder, and there’s snow on the ground. Although farmers aren’t out in the…

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harvest-season

Harvest Season with Jeff Thompson

As summer creeps to an end, our farmers get ready for one of the busiest times of the year —…

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What Family Means On Scott Family Farms

You can’t talk about farming without talking about farm families. After all, 97% of farms in the U.S. are family…

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farmers working from home

Q&A: How Farmers Work From Home

With more of the workforce doing their jobs remotely than ever before, Hungry for Truth talked to several South Dakota…

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Bones Hereford Ranch, Hexad Farms and MDM Farms are family-owned businesses near Parker South Dakota featured on Hungry For Truth

Family or Factory? A Look At a Large Local Farm

When John T. Bones left Pennsylvania in 1879 and homesteaded land northeast of Parker, it’s unlikely he knew the first…

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Oksana smiles with Steve Rommereim on his pig and soybean farm in Alcester, South Dakota.

Talking Pig Barns and Buying Local with The Rommereims and Hungry For Truth

Sitting down to open up conversation about food and farming with South Dakotans and the farmers who grow it is…

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Sara takes a seat in Matt's combine.

Chatting Sustainability and The Cycle of Seed to Harvest

It’s always a pleasure to sit down and open up a conversation about food and farming with South Dakotans and…

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Sustainability is key for South Dakota farmer and Hungry for Truth advocate David Struck.

The Sustainability Story of a Five-Generation Farm

Since 1896, David Struck’s family has been farming and caring for their land in Wolsey, South Dakota. Today, three generations…

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