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Dunn, Bones & Dick discuss ‘The Future of Agriculture’ at Dakotafest forum

The future of South Dakota’s agriculture industry was the topic of discussion at the South Dakota State University (SDSU) tent at Dakotafest on Aug. 17, in Mitchell, SD. A large crowd gathered to listen to forum speakers, moderated by Lucas Lentsch, South Dakota Department of Agriculture (SDDA) director of agricultural development.

Featured speakers included Steve Dick, executive director for Ag United For South Dakota; Barry Dunn, dean of SDSU’s College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences; and Walt Bones, SDDA Secretary of Agriculture.

While opinions differed on exactly how agriculture would be navigated in the state toward success, all agreed that the future of food production looks bright. Here are the highlights:



The future of South Dakota’s agriculture industry was the topic of discussion at the South Dakota State University (SDSU) tent at Dakotafest on Aug. 17, in Mitchell, SD. A large crowd gathered to listen to forum speakers, moderated by Lucas Lentsch, South Dakota Department of Agriculture (SDDA) director of agricultural development.

Featured speakers included Steve Dick, executive director for Ag United For South Dakota; Barry Dunn, dean of SDSU’s College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences; and Walt Bones, SDDA Secretary of Agriculture.



While opinions differed on exactly how agriculture would be navigated in the state toward success, all agreed that the future of food production looks bright. Here are the highlights:

The future of South Dakota’s agriculture industry was the topic of discussion at the South Dakota State University (SDSU) tent at Dakotafest on Aug. 17, in Mitchell, SD. A large crowd gathered to listen to forum speakers, moderated by Lucas Lentsch, South Dakota Department of Agriculture (SDDA) director of agricultural development.

Featured speakers included Steve Dick, executive director for Ag United For South Dakota; Barry Dunn, dean of SDSU’s College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences; and Walt Bones, SDDA Secretary of Agriculture.

While opinions differed on exactly how agriculture would be navigated in the state toward success, all agreed that the future of food production looks bright. Here are the highlights:

The future of South Dakota’s agriculture industry was the topic of discussion at the South Dakota State University (SDSU) tent at Dakotafest on Aug. 17, in Mitchell, SD. A large crowd gathered to listen to forum speakers, moderated by Lucas Lentsch, South Dakota Department of Agriculture (SDDA) director of agricultural development.

Featured speakers included Steve Dick, executive director for Ag United For South Dakota; Barry Dunn, dean of SDSU’s College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences; and Walt Bones, SDDA Secretary of Agriculture.

While opinions differed on exactly how agriculture would be navigated in the state toward success, all agreed that the future of food production looks bright. Here are the highlights:

The future of South Dakota’s agriculture industry was the topic of discussion at the South Dakota State University (SDSU) tent at Dakotafest on Aug. 17, in Mitchell, SD. A large crowd gathered to listen to forum speakers, moderated by Lucas Lentsch, South Dakota Department of Agriculture (SDDA) director of agricultural development.

Featured speakers included Steve Dick, executive director for Ag United For South Dakota; Barry Dunn, dean of SDSU’s College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences; and Walt Bones, SDDA Secretary of Agriculture.

While opinions differed on exactly how agriculture would be navigated in the state toward success, all agreed that the future of food production looks bright. Here are the highlights:


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