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  • Heavy rains flood South Dakota cattle country
    The national drought monitor released May 21 shows every part of the state of South Dakota out of drought. This comes as no surprise to its farmers and ranchers who have been dealing with large snow totals and continuous rain since February. 
  • Good news for beef
    Japan drops restrictions on beef products, USMCA one step closer to done
  • Ag Credit Conditions Deteriorate Steadily
    With low income weighing on farm finances, the pace of decline in farm loan repayment rates increased slightly. In addition, carry-over debt increased again for many borrowers and bankers continued to restructure debt and deny a modest amount of new loan requests due to cash flow shortages. 
  • Iowa’s Best Burger is at the Wood Iron Grille
    This is the 10th year for the annual Best Burger contest sponsored by the Iowa Beef Industry Council, through the Iowa State Beef Checkoff Program, and the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association. 
    
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  • To enhance sustainability,  look at hay management
    Given my past dairy experience, I’ve noted that improvements in forage management realized by the dairy industry have had huge implications for dairy sustainability. Feed remains the single largest expense on a dairy and also the single largest drag on dairy sustainability. But the sustainability story for dairy is remarkable. 
  • Blom Case Update
    On May 13, Robert Lee “Bob” Blom of Corsica, S.D. pleaded not guilty in a North Dakota court case that involves writing bad checks. In South Dakota, Blom also faces charges for overdrawing bank accounts and frauding some 53 individuals in cattle related business ventures in North Dakota and South Dakota.
  • Heavy rains flood South Dakota cattle country
    The national drought monitor released May 21 shows every part of the state of South Dakota out of drought. This comes as no surprise to its farmers and ranchers who have been dealing with large snow totals and continuous rain since February. 
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