The longer farmers use cover crops, the more likely they are to see the benefits and to use the conservation practice on a higher percentage of their farmland, according to a survey of eastern South Dakota producers.
A survey of producers in central and eastern South Dakota shows the benefits they see from adopting conservation tillage.
SDSU prides itself on offering students a variety of experiential opportunities. One of those opportunities has been giving students the experience employers are searching for.
South Dakota State University’s Livestock Judging Team member Tyler Bush won the National Collegiate Livestock Judging Contest held at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louis
1966 alum and Washington state couple create endowed professorship in business finance and investments
A new endowed professorship in the Ness School of Management and Economics has recently been gifted by a Bainbridge Island, Washington, couple to honor the education Everett DuBois received at Sout
Harding Hall achieved LEED V4 Gold certification for implementing measurable strategies and solutions in all areas of sustainable construction including site development, water savings, energy effi
From its start in 1954 as a men’s residence hall, Harding Hall has seen a few changes.