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SDSU precision agriculture student learns how to operate technology and equipment in the cab of a combine with professor.

How South Dakota is Contributing to a More Sustainable Food System

Every year, over 2,200 bright-eyed freshmen arrive in Brookings to begin their journey at South Dakota State University (SDSU). Many…

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Hungry for Truth Farm to Fork Dinner 2018

Farm-To-Fork Dinner Video Recaps Connections and Conversations

Hungry for Truth’s annual Farm-to-Fork dinner is an opportunity for farmers and South Dakotans to gather around the table, share…

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Local meats and cheeses on a holiday charcuterie board.

Five Tips for Building the Perfect Charcuterie Board Featuring our Favorite South Dakota Foods

Coming up with creative gifts for everyone on your list can be exhausting, but there’s one thing you can always…

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Hungry for Truth Kaylee Koch Farm Visit With Dave and Miriam Iverson in South Dakota during soybean harvest.

Chatting Harvest with The Iversons and Hungry For Truth

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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Hungry for Truth Soybean Harvest with Dave and Miriam Iverson South Dakota family farmers

Improving Sustainability With Every Harvest

If farming is like football, harvest is a soybean farmer’s championship game. They’ve clocked countless hours planning, preparing and nurturing…

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Rodney and Dorothy Elliott are South Dakota dairy farmers who operate Drumgoon Dairy. Hungry for Truth shares their story.

How American Dairy Farming Fulfilled an Irish Dream

Rodney Elliott started his first dairy farm in Ireland with 20 cows and a big dream. Over time, he added…

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Five Questions Farmers Ask Before Applying Pesticides Hungry for Truth

The Five Questions Farmers Ask Before Applying Pesticides

Farmers are driven to grow safe and healthy food while protecting the land. That’s why many use pesticides, along with…

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Hungry for truth meat tips

Top Meat Tips From Uncle Ed’s

When Ed Munce started cooking for family events, he had no idea it would eventually turn into a full-time business…

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Combines and Violins: How Moriah Gross Uses Music to Connect South Dakotans With Agriculture

Music and agriculture are two of Moriah Gross’ great loves. Six years ago, her passions intertwined when she founded Pierre’s…

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From 4-H Project to Farmers Market: The Story of Hebda Farms

For many in Sioux Falls, the average Saturday starts with a cup of coffee and a walk down to the…

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Sustainable Farm Practices Support Outdoor Adventures on Casper Family Farm

Paul Casper has always had a strong connection to the land. His love for the outdoors began when he was…

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Keeping South Dakota Waters Clean is Good for Summer Fun and Farming

For many South Dakotans, summer time includes having fun on the water. Whether it’s a road trip to the lake…

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Hungry for Truth Brings Farming, Fun and Food Safety to Family Fest

On July 8, South Dakota families stopped by the Hungry for Truth tent during Family Fest in Sioux Falls for…

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Farm-to-Fork Dinner 2017

Farm-to-Fork Dinner Connects South Dakotans Through Conversations and Local Foods

On June 15, urbanites and farmers from across South Dakota gathered on the farm for an evening of conversation and…

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Obsessed with Dimock Dairy Cheese? Get the Scoop On How It’s Made

June may be dairy month, but if you’re anything like us, cheese is a year-round obsession. In South Dakota, Dimock…

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The Rise of the Small-Scale Millennial Farmer

In greater Yankton, South Dakota, a new era of farmer is making headway in the agricultural industry. Young millennial farmers,…

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Hungry for Truth and Dakota Layers

Buying Local is Easier Than You Think

Buying local is a great way to support family farms and businesses, and it’s why so many South Dakotans look…

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Let's Get Growing

Let’s Get Growing – Planting Q & A With a Farmer and a Gardener

Temperatures are warming up and soil lovers in South Dakota are excited to dig in and plant. This includes farmers…

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