Five women at different levels on the SDSU ladder were honored with April Brooks Woman of Distinction Awards Tuesday.
College freshmen and sophomores interested in agriculture can learn about precision livestock production through a new summer training program aimed at encouraging Native Americans and minority students to choose these careers.
Assistant animal science professor Crystal Levesque will evaluate the dietary requirements of pregnant sows to develop precision feeding recommendations through a New Innovator in Food Agriculture and Research Award from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research.
CHS Inc., North America's leading farmer-owned cooperative and a global energy, grains and foods company, this week committed $200,000 toward the construction of the new Cow-Calf Education and Rese
South Dakota State University professor and SDSU Extension specialist Robert Thaler will be awarded the 2015 Governor's Ag Ambassador July 10 at the annual Governor's Agricultural Summit in Deadwoo
With a focus of making connections to agriculture, the 92nd Little International will take place this Friday and Saturday at South Dakota State University.
Fulfilling a sow's increased nutritional needs in the last trimester may lead to greater productivity for both the mother and her piglets, according to assistant professor Crystal Levesque of the a
Hubbard Feeds Inc., a leading U.S.
Led by the nation’s top-ranked bareback rider, the South Dakota State University men’s rodeo team aspires to reclaim the Great Plains Region title.
South Dakota State University professor and SDSU Extension specialist Robert Thaler will receive the distinguished alumnus award from Kansas State University's Department of Animal Sciences and Ind