The celebration is expected to bring hundreds of alumni, students and supporters to the Brookings campus
South Dakota State University invites all members of the public to attend the 100th SDSU Little International at the Animal Science Arena on the SDSU campus in Brookings March 31 and April 1.
The annual SDSU event is famous for its reputation as the nation’s largest two-day, student-run ag...
Trent McKee, a 2016 South Dakota State University animal science alum, was recently hired as the new manager of the SDSU Feed Mill.
Throughout McKee's coursework at SDSU, he learned the basics of animal management and husbandry for the horses, swine, sheep, beef and dairy cattle housed at the SDSU livestock units.
The South Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) has named Dr. Kasiviswanathan Muthukumarappan the inaugural Klingbeil Endowed Department Head and Distinguished Professor of the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.
“Our college is very fortunate to have a leader with Dr.
Andy Carlson, a 2007 South Dakota State University agricultural and biosystems engineering alum, was recently selected as the recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Alumnus award for the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.
“It is a great honor to be selected as a recipient of this award,” said Carlson.
The South Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences has appointed Kristi Cammack as Assistant Dean of West River Operations and Director of SDSU West River Research and Extension in Rapid City, South Dakota. In this position, Cammack will guide the operations of SDSU’s Cottonwood Field Station near Philip and the West River Research Farm at Sturgis.
The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum presents its latest exhibit, “Drowning in Dirt: Joseph Hutton and the Dust Bowl.”
This exhibit explores life in South Dakota during the 1930s through the eyes of a soil scientist trying to save family farms by preserving the land. The opening reception is March 2 from 4:30-7 p.m.
Native American Natural Foods launched its first national meat and fruit snack, Tanka Bar, in 2007.
Sixteen years later, a South Dakota State University alum is helping the bar’s founders and other Native American producers restore buffalo back into local food systems.
Made from 100% buffalo meat, Tanka Bar was an immediate success.
The US Green Building Council has awarded South Dakota State University’s Raven Precision Agriculture Center with a LEED Silver certification.
The facility is the 19th LEED-rated building on campus, according to Jennifer McLaughlin, sustainability specialist for SDSU Facilities and Services.
Developed by USGBC, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design is the most widely used green building...
South Dakota State University is the recipient of a three-year, $749,977 grant to find innovative ways to develop future workforce in food, agriculture, natural and human sciences (FANH) fields by leveraging honors education. ...