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And with reasonable caution. grass hay. 605-957-4752. as the first farmer and rancher team to serve as governor and lieutenant 1855 Alfalfa - Hay governor, I believe Larry and I have the unique knowledge and backAlfalfa hay for sale. Net finding the right ground to accomplish big things for wrapped 3rd and 4th cuttings. Test results available. Call ag. From protecting property rights job is easier John 605-661-8531. to expanding markets, my administraFor Sale: Prairie hay big round bales, 1,600 lbs., net wrapped by Newport. Hay test available. Call Russ Olson, 402-340-0617. than you think Livestock - Poultry 2 Year old virgin Angus bulls, grandsons of OCC Paxton, good dispositions, semen tested, Keith Reed, 402-649-3615. Black Angus Yearling Bulls for sale. Allen Leader, Niobrara, NE. For more information please call 402-857-3665 or 402-8418997. opportunities. We need level playing fields. This has been a frequent conversation I’ve had with President Trump. I’m grateful for the outcomes we’ve seen as a result. Late last year, I was glad to see the president’s support of farm country when he lifted restrictions on year-round E15, a move that will help consume another 2 billion bushels of corn, while potentially saving consumers up to 10 cents per gallon at the pump. The state fleet is leading by example on prioritizing ethanol consumption. In my first few weeks as governor, I’ve launched the process of transitioning the state vehicle fleet to E30, further maximizing the use of homegrown fuels and revolutionizing the way we fuel both our vehicles and our economy. I strongly believe South Dakota can be an example to the nation on emphasizing ethanol as a means toward bolstered market opportunities and energy independence. I’m proud of our agriculture tradition in South Dakota. Our ag industry is special – it’s our legacy, our culture. We must do everything we can to ensure the ag economy is ready to support the next generation of farmers and ranchers. SDSU Sheep Unit Hosts Lambing Time Open House February 21 when you’ve got the right direction 1875 tion is committed to developing the state’s agricultural economy and give more young people the opportunity to thrive as farmers and ranchers in South Dakota. This year, we are focusing on growth in the ag economy by transferring Ag Development Representatives from the Department of Agriculture to my office of economic development. This makes sense, because ag development is economic development. For years, these two departments have largely performed the same functions when it comes to ag development. This move will consolidate resources and brainpower, supply more tools for development, eliminate red tape, and create a better approach to developing our largest industry. I believe it will create a lasting infrastructure for the next generation. Additionally, I am continuing to leverage my federal network to promote South Dakota ag. I might not be traveling to DC every week anymore, but I’ve continued conversations with President Trump, Secretary Sonny Perdue, and other ag leaders to keep South Dakota agriculture in the national spotlight – especially when it comes to trade. Farmers want trade, not aid. Producers don’t want federal bailouts. We crave expanded market Stop searching. The Help Wanted section of the Missouri Valley Shopper lists many possible new job opportunities. Find a career that’s right for you. MV Shopper MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y BROOKINGS, S.D. - The SDSU Sheep Unit hosts a lambing time open house February 21 from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. The SDSU Sheep Unit is located 1.5 miles north of the South Dakota State University campus on Medary Avenue (3729 Medary Ave). There is no fee to attend the open house which includes educational programming, refreshments and SDSU ice cream. The open house is cohosted by SDSU Extension, the SDSU College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences Department of Animal Science and the South Dakota Sheep Growers Assn. Many important lambing time management and health topics will be addressed by leading industry experts. Some topic areas include: •Flock management basics • Advice on lambing barn con- cepts • Newborn lamb care practices • Health management concerns and recommendations • Rearing options for orphan lambs, including the use of automated feeding systems • Nutritional management of ewes and lambs Featured speakers include: Philip Berg, senior instructor with the Pipestone Lamb and Wool Program; Larry Holler, veterinarian and pathologist in the SDSU Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory; Dave Ollila, SDSU Extension Sheep Field Specialist; Jeff Held, Professor & SDSU Extension Sheep Specialist and Karolynn Marsan, SDSU Sheep Unit manager. 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