The best baker’s dozen blogs from 2013

2013review

Another year is coming to an end, which means it’s time to review and reflect on what took place and what is to come. To help in this reflection we have chosen a few of our favorite blog posts from 2013, a baker’s dozen of them in fact to help summarize the year.

The Ways Farmers Protect Water

Breaking Down Your Food Dollar

Ducks and Geese Galore

Long may you run on ethanol

No-Till Planting on Smith Farms

Making a fuss about feeding the world

POLL: Americans want/need renewable fuel options

Farm Bill Expires, Government Shuts Down

Corn prices down, food prices up

Corn #Harvest13 video: Gross Farms

Dear EPA: Don’t mess with the RFS

Cost of turkey less, despite the RFS

This Is Farming

South Dakota Corn appreciates all of its blog readers as we continue in our efforts to educate and inform both farmers and consumers about important agriculture-related news, events and policy taking place in our state, nation and world. In our fourth year, the Corn Hugger Blog reached over 11,000 unique readers in hundreds of South Dakota communities, all 50 states and 114 countries around the world.

During the coming year, we continue to encourage our readers, followers and friends to share our information and your own personal insights with your friends, neighbors, relatives and colleagues to help tell the success story that is production agriculture in South Dakota.

South Dakota Corn wishes everyone a safe, happy and prosperous New Year.

 

 

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