Newly organized nonprofit, Friends of Firesteel Creek, has joined the City of Mitchell and other organizations who are working to decrease the algal blooms in Lake Mitchell.
Swine manure is a rich source of nutrients, but its high phosphorus content in comparison to the other nutrients the crop needs means only so much can be spread on a field.
South Dakota State University student Paul Schlotman had the opportunity to engage in conversations with other students across the nation around diversity in agriculture through a virtual experienc
South Dakota State University students Matthew Cole, Logan Wolf, Nolan Lee, Jordan Traub-Jensen and Kendal Schreier won the second-annual Brookings Student Business Plan Competition recently held a
Faculty in the SDSU College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences were recently recognized for excellence in extension, research, teaching and service by the SDSU Chapter of Gamma Sigma D
Stephanie Bebensee was recently recognized as an outstanding undergraduate student advisor in the South Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences by receiving
Nicholas Uilk, an instructor in South Dakota State University’s Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, has been named a recipient of the Association of Public and Land-grant Univers