Scott Stahl

News Special: Future of Farming

Oct 30, 2019
SDPB

In The Moment has been covering the future of farming all October and today we bring you a special that takes key interviews from the month and brings them together in one podcast.

You'll hear from ag producers, researchers, and scientists that all have a unique perspective on the question: What does the future of farming in South Dakota look like?

Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... October 16, 2019 Show 680 Hour 2

Continuing our future of farming conversation, we welcome Keith Alverson, Scott Stahl, and Ryan Wagner.

The three farmers joined us to discuss where they see the industry headed.

Support for journalism and stories about business and community development is supported on SDPB by Horton Incorporated in Britton South Dakota.

News: Aug 10 - 16

Aug 16, 2019
SDPB

In this weeks news, SDPB’s Lee Strubinger reports on Hand County potentially seeing another animal feedlot operation that may complicate things there. Tuesday marked the last day of the nest predator bounty program, and we’ll hear reactions from SDPB's Michael Zimny. Political Junkies talk the state’s top political headlines. Lori talks with Laurie Gill, Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Social Services. Could gratitude decrease stress? And, The National Farmers Organization says the country's farmers deserve better when it comes to the 2020 proposed Renewable Fuel Standards.

2020 Proposed Renewable Fuel Standards

Aug 12, 2019
Joshua Haiar

In The Moment ... August 12, 2019 Show 635 Hour 1

The National Farmers Organization says the country's farmers deserve better when it comes to renewable volume obligations under the 2020 proposed Renewable Fuel Standards.

Some corn growers are saying that the administration is funneling money away from family farms and into the pockets of large oil companies.

Scott Stahl, Vice President of the South Dakota Corn Growers, and Rob Walther, Vice President of Federal Policy at POET discuss the issue.