South Dakota farmers now have more time each day to move large equipment

A new executive order in South Dakota will give farmers extra time to move their over-width equipment.

Producers will now have from two hours before sunrise until two hours after sunset to move it. Governor Kristi Noem says this should help with this year’s planting delays. The order ends at midnight on June 22nd.

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