They said it

May 2011
Dakota Farmer;May2011, p44
Trade Publication
The article presents quotes from South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard adviser Nathan Sanderson on livestock agriculture, Ag United fro South Dakota executive director Steve Dick on the business activity related to livestock, and South Dakota Soybean Association executive director Jeremy Freking on the benefits gained from one another by pork producers and soybean farmers.


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