Salvaging Drought Stressed Crops

Salvaging Drought Stressed Crops Video Series

While drought-stressed crops can be utilized as forage for livestock, there are many factors to consider before harvesting. To help producers navigate through these issues, SDSU Extension and the South Dakota Soil Health Coalition released the, “Salvaging Drought Stressed Crops” video series. Every farm and ranch faces its own unique challenges and this information is intended to be applied as producers see fit to their own personal situations.

Keeping the Bottom Line in Mind

Silage, Earlage, and High Moisture Corn

Protecting the Soil

Nitrate Considerations and Testing

Water Quality and Testing

Using Soybeans as Forage

Grazing Corn

News & Events

Soil Health Tour set for July 21 near Wessington Springs

Soil Health Tour set for July 21 near Wessington Springs

South Dakota Soil Health Coalition and South Dakota Farmers Union will hold a Soil Health Tour hosted at Kolousek Farms, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 21. Participants will be able to see how the Kolouseks successfully employ sustainable land management practices like...

Soil Health School offers life-changing networking opportunities

Soil Health School offers life-changing networking opportunities

By Stan Wise In 2019, Mitchell, SD, producer Mike Blaalid found like-minded producers and experts at the South Dakota Soil Health School, and meeting them helped him make some big changes in his operation. “I just had specific ideas I wanted to see what they thought...

Healthy land management can prevent dust storms

Healthy land management can prevent dust storms

By Stan Wise South Dakota Soil Health Coalition PIERRE – In the past month, dust storms have been making headlines across the western United States, including South Dakota. Blowing soil has created driving hazards due to low visibility, and accumulated wind-blown silt...