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Maddy pets her two horses on her farm in South Dakota.

How One Young Farmer Is Improving Sustainability Through Soil Health

Maddy Rabenhorst grew up on a farm near Wester, South Dakota, but after high school, she followed her career goals…

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Hungry for Truth visits John and Jaclyn Horter Farm to learn about feeding cows and keeping them comfortable in the cold.

Keeping Cows Comfy Through Cooler Temps

The crops may be harvested and the equipment put away, but there’s still plenty to do on South Dakota farms…

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A mug of crockpot caramel apple cider topped with whipped cream, caramel and a cinnamon stick.

Crockpot Caramel Apple Cider

When the days are short and temps are cold, flavorful warm drinks are not a want, but a need. This…

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A Christmas Message from South Dakota Farm Families

Every Season Is an Opportunity to Improve

‘Tis the season to reflect on the blessings of the past year. As farm families gather near the tree and…

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From Pint Size to Perfection: Caring for Trees at the Riverview Christmas Tree Farm

For many families, the Christmas season doesn’t begin until the tree is decorated. Walking in the crisp, cool air –…

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Warm Up This Winter With a Soy Milk Hot Chocolate Bar

There’s nothing better than cozying up with a warm mug of hot chocolate after a long day out in the…

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Five Ideas for Festive Holiday Fun in South Dakota

Looking for festive activities to make the most of this holiday season? You don’t have to travel out of state.…

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Farm and Garden Harvest With Vonda and Ken Schulte + Create Your Own Canning Tote

Harvest is when farmers and gardeners alike enjoy the results of their labor. We checked in with our dynamic gardening/farming…

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Snow Day Activities and Grandma’s Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe

Don’t start wishing away the freezing weather and falling snow just yet! The cold temps and piles of ice and…

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Winter Comfort Food: Crockpot Turkey and Edamame Chili Recipe

It’s that time of year when we could all use a little break from the snow and cold. If we…

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Heartwarming Holiday Stories From South Dakota Farms

It’s the time of year for presents under the tree, cookies for Santa and time spent with family and friends.…

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Holiday Hosting Tips

The holiday season is officially here. Feeling pressure about hosting the perfect Thanksgiving meal for your family or friends? Farmer…

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Baked Potato Soup

Take the chill out of winter by preparing this heart- and hearth-warming potato soup. It’s a good choice any day…

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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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Chicken Casserole

Chicken is an excellent source of protein that can be worked into a wide range of recipes. Unlike most of…

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Spring, summer, fall and winter on a soybean farm in South Dakota.

A Year in the Life of a Farmer

Most people know that fall is harvest time, and spring is time for planting, but do you know what farmers…

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