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Pie Fillings

This article was written collaboratively Lavonne Meyer and Jessica Becker.


Pies make great desserts. Each kind of pie filling requires similar ingredients and preparation. Pie fillings may be use...

Selling Pets and Live Poultry at the Farmers Market

Small pets and live poultry may be sold or distributed at the farmers market. In some instances a license or permit must be obtained from a government agency. Information specific to poultry and sm...

Planting Your Garden for Preserving Your Harvest: Part 6

This article was written collaboratively by Lavonne Meyer and Mary Roduner.

Whether you call it the “gold rush of South Dakota” or “sweet corn season”, it means an import...