Corn Comments 4.27 – Corn Cob Open Reminder

- Mobile Link Jim Woster gives the listeners a fair warning to get their team signed up for 24th annual Corn Cob Open on Thursday, June 18th as spots are filling up fast. Learn more about the event and call the office today at 605-334-0100 to get signed up. Did you know you can read each […]

June issue of EMERGE hits mailboxes this week

- The new issue of South Dakota Corn’s magazine EMERGE hits mailboxes this week. Inside you will find articles about the adoption of no-till cropping systems, information about the EPA’s proposed Waters of the Untied States rule, increased demands from export markets, biotech concerns in China, an update from SDSU on their study of saline soils, […]

Emerge hits mailboxes this week

- The September issue of South Dakota Corn’s quarterly magazine, Emerge, hits mailboxes this week. Check it out for great stories on the new ethanol blend E15, the battle over the RFS, a South Dakota congressional Q&A, information on the Back the Farm Bill campaign, the South Dakota railroad for sale, water issues and so much […]

Corn Comments 7.1 – Have you read EMERGE yet?

- Corn Comments Podcast with Jim Woster. Have you read the new issue of our magazine EMERGE yet? Click here to read it online: http://www.sdcorn.org/page_inc/shownews.cfm?id=58 There’s plenty of great stories to read about including: Rock’n Roll Hall of Famer Neil Young’s pit stop in Sioux Falls, South Dakota’s new Secretary of Agriculture, SD farmers visit to Argentina, Conservation […]

Hot off the press…

- The June issue of our magazine, EMERGE will be hitting mailboxes soon. For those who can’t wait or prefer to read it digitally, you can read this issue and older ones at the following link.. http://www.sdcorn.org/page/News/sub/tempnews

Corn Comments 4.23 – emerge

- Corn Comments Podcast with Jim Woster. Have you seen our new newsletter, emerge? We have combined our two newsletters into one and reformatted the look with bigger pages using recycled paper and soy-based inks. Go paperless and read it online by clicking here. Spots for the SDCGA Corn Cob Open are going fast, so be sure […]

A new newsletter emerge(s)

- Early next week folks should start to receive copies of our new newsletter, emerge. This new publication merges the SDCGA Corn Talk and SDCUC Review into one quarterly magazine. This is the latest step of the evolution of the two organizations’ newsletters, which were started in the late 1980s as small, occasional publications. Rather than […]