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Keurig K-Cafe Hungry For Truth Giveaway

Giveaway: Be Your Own Barista With a Keurig® K-Café™

When the craving hits, get your coffee fix without ever leaving your kitchen. Hungry for Truth and South Dakota soybean…

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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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Hungry for Truth Steps to Growing Healthy Crops

Five Steps for Growing a Healthy Crop

Fall is a busy time for many reasons: school commitments, community events, team sports. But for farmers, it’s all about…

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Hungry for Truth Farm to Fork Dinner 2018

Farm-to-Fork Dinner Unites Rural + Urban South Dakotans in Conversations Around the Table

Hungry for Truth held its third annual Farm-to-Fork Dinner in June, bringing to life its mission of uniting farmers and…

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Five Ways EPA Pesticide Reviews Help Keep Your Family’s Food Safe

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) — the agency responsible for evaluating the safety of all new and existing pesticides…

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Laughing Eyes Apiary Honey and Hungry for Truth

Keeping It Sweet and Sustainable With a Local Beekeeper

There’s nothing sweeter than when farmers and beekeepers work together. Just ask Tim Olsen. Tim grew up on a farm…

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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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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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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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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 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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Hungry for Truth SD Top Similarities Between Organic and Conventional Farming

Top Similarities Between Organic and Conventional Farming

There are a lot of choices when it comes to food in South Dakota grocery stores and farmers markets. “Low…

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Hungry for Truth Pesticides and Food Safety

The Crop Protection and Food Safety Connection

Curious about how pesticides used on the farm translate to the grocery aisles? We recently talked with weed scientist Dr.…

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Farmer safely applies pesticides to protect soybean plants.

How Farmers Protect Crops and the Environment

For more than four generations, the Casper family has grown soybeans and corn near Lake Preston. Paul and his wife…

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Paul Casper walks through his field.

Technology Helps Farmers Be Good Neighbors

When it comes to food and choices in the grocery store, it’s tough enough to decide what to make for…

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The Scoop on Plant Protection

The Scoop on Plant Protection

There’s a good chance you’ve thought about food safety while shopping at the grocery store. Did you know the farmers…

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Eunice the Iris Lady Blends Tradition With Technology on Her South Dakota Farm

Not many farmers can say they’ve cultivated their South Dakota land for nearly 90 years. But then again, Eunice McGee…

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