Publication Date

Winter 1989


Director’s comments:We won’t say ‘quits,’ but there isn’t much time left [p] 2
Spring wheat could have been worse:Modern varieties and better farming methods saved at least a skimpy crop [p] 3
Forecast; continued infinitely variety: We’re just in right spot to be hit from all sides, says Mr. Weatherman [p] 6
Diary Center- A teamwork showcase: One of just six I country leads off with new-product, food –safety research [p] 9
Why here?: Because we’ve got a success record not many South Dakotans know about [p] 13
Reservations- basic for development: New projects need most recent, accurate data before start-up [p] 14
The connection: A network forms; SDSU and ford foundation help [p] 17


Mary Brashier


Duane Hanson


Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University



South Dakota Farm and Home Research

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