Making a Living: Ag and Tariffs Discussion at Sioux Falls Studio

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SDPB's Sioux Falls Studio to host a live discussion about the Federal tariffs and their affect on agriculture in South Dakota. Guests are:

-Senator Mike Rounds

-Larry Biergen, Farmer from Beresford

-Evert Van Der Sluis, Ph.D., Professor of Economics at South Dakota State University

-Brandon Wipf, farmer and Representative South Dakota Soybean Association 

The public is invited and encouraged to attend and participate.

Location: SDPB Sioux Falls Studios at 601 N. Phillips, Sioux Falls, SD

When: Friday, August 17 at 4pm CT

Stream it live at http://sd.net or the SD.net App.

 

 

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