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Broadcaster Press 5 February 5, 2019 www.broadcasteronline.com South Dakota 4-H Members Participate in Western National Roundup BROOKINGS, S.D. - South Dakota 4-H youth from across the state competed together with 660 youth from the U.S. and Canada during the Western National Roundup, January 9-13, 2019, held in Denver, Colo. The Conference, now in its 99th year. Western National Roundup is held annually during the National Western Stock Show. “South Dakota 4-H members showcased their talents and winning attitudes during this event,” said Amanda Stade, SDSU Extension State 4-H Events Management Coordinator. “Our state’s 4-H members excel on the national stage. These youth are our future. They set the bar high on what to we can expect from them.” The trip was sponsored and funded by the 4-H Livestock Industry Trust Fund. 4-H members selected, qualified to compete by winning statewide contests in 2018. Qualifying members who competed are listed below: Livestock Judging Team Members: Tavie Guzman, Clark County; Danielle Houghtaling, Spink County; Kaylen Stearns; Fall River County and Hadley Stiefvater, McCook County Horse Judging Team Members: Colin Sprinkel, Brown County; Adisyn Kuxhaus, Hughes/Stanley County; Kacy Goehring, Hutchinson County and Brianna Allen, Minnehaha County Hippology Team Members: Nautica Hagg, Pennington County; Alison Morrison, Pennington County; Mary-Katherine Schlichte, Pennington County and Ahna Vig, Pennington County Horse Bowl Team Members: Hannah Buchmann, Minnehaha County; Jami Bergeson, Minnehaha County; and Samantha Bergeson, Minnehaha County and Dani Holm, Minnehaha County Horse Public Speaking: Caycee Schneider, Spink County Consumer Decision Making Team Members: Madison Hofer, Turner County; Marissa Hofer, Turner County; Titus Roesler, Turner County and Kristen Wieman, Turner County Fashion Revue: Brianna Duerre, Day County Livestock Quiz Bowl: Nathan Linke, Sanborn County; Sawyer Naasz, Brule County; Sadie Vander Wal, Spink County and Mitchell Vander Wal, Spink County 2019 Western National Roundup Results Livestock Judging Individual Results: Tavie Guzman, Clark County, received the following placings: overall, beef, 18; goats: 30, sheep: 50; swine: 40 and reasons: 45. Danielle Houghtaling, Spink County, overall: 24; beef: 19; goats: 64; sheep: 37; swine: 44 and reasons: 39. Hadley Stiefvater, McCook County, overall: 30; beef: 60; goats: 34; sheep: 36; swine: 16 and reasons: 29. Kaylen Stearns, Fall River County, overall: 70; beef: 49; goats: 58; sheep: 62; swine: 71 and reasons: 72. Livestock Judging Team Results: overall: 7; beef: 8; goats: 13; sheep: 12; swine: 10 and reasons: 12. Livestock Quiz Bowl: Shelf-Stable Foods Save Money and Help Families Stay Prepared BROOKINGS, S.D. - Stocking canned, the American diet,” Lindvall said. dried and other shelf-stable food items However, she encourages South Dakocan ease concerns over running out of tans to read labels. “Some canned foods food due to finances or if winter storms can be high in sodium or sugars. Read the prevent travel, explained SDSU Extension labels to look for fruits or vegetables that Family & Community Health Associate, are low in these additives,” she said. Rachel Lindvall. Lindvall added salty or sugary liquids “Shelf-stable foods offer many ways can be rinsed or strained from canned of saving money and providing satisfying beans, vegetables and fruits. and favorable homemade meals for your Shelf-stable examples family,” Lindvall said. “Using these foods Budget friendly, shelf-stable food examPlaced fifth overall, team members when preparing meals can be pleasing and ples can be found on the My Plate chart include: Nathan Linke, Sanborn County; provide a sense of well-being to those who below. Sawyer Naasz, Brule County; Sadie Vander Lindvall also lists healthy shelf-stable Wal, Spink County and Mitchell Vander Wal, are looking to stretch their food dollars further or want to be prepared for emeroptions here: Spink County. gency situations.” Proteins: Beans, lentils, peas - all either Fashion Revue: Like the name suggests, shelf-stable dried or canned, peanut butter, canned Brianna Duerre, Day County placed references foods that are able to survive tuna, salmon, chicken and other meats, fourth overall in the Construction Outfit long periods of time on store or home peanuts and other tree nuts division. shelves without spoiling. Unopened and Dairy: powdered milk, shelf-stable milk, Consumer Decision Making – Turner in their sealed containers or packaging, canned evaporated milk County team results: these items can be kept in the pantry and Grains and starchy foods: rice, cousoverall placing: 4; class placing: 1; reacous, quinoa, tortillas, and pastas, cracksons placing: 8 and group think process: 10. do not need refrigeration. Most shelf-stable foods can be found ers, cornmeal, wheat flours, along with Individual results: in the canned food section of the grocery baking powder and baking soda Titus Roesler: overall placing: 2; class store but, dried items, like jerkies and Fruits and vegetables: So many vaplacing: 1 and reasons placing: 5. Madison Hofer: overall placing: 11; class fruits or baked items like crackers, cereals rieties are canned or dried like raisins, and granola, are also shelf-stable. apricots, prunes and unsweetened applacing: 5 and reasons placing: 27. “It is very important to keep in mind plesauce. Kristen Wieman: overall placing: 17; class that some foods, like canned meats, fruits Avoid fruit juices since they tend to placing: 3 and reasons placing: 36. and vegetables, once opened, will need cost more and often include extra sugars Marissa Hofer: overall placing: 44; class refrigeration for any leftover amounts,” and preservatives. placing: 41 and reasons placing: 39. Lindvall said. Eggs: If you have access to refrigeraHorse Public Speaking: Caycee SchneiWhile fresh foods are usually recomtion in your home, consider purchasing der, Spink County placed fourth. mended for meal preparation, studies eggs. Hippology – Pennington County Team: show nutritional content of canned foods While they do require cold storage, Team members include: Nautica Hagg, is comparable to cooked, fresh and frozen they are versatile, an excellent and Alison Morrison, Mary-Katherine Schlichte varieties. economical source of protein and, eggs and Ahna Vig. Team Results: exam/slides: “Like their fresh, frozen or refrigerated remain fresh in the refrigerator for at least 8; stations: 6; judging: 2; problem: 5 and counterparts, these shelf-stable items one month. overall: 6. Individual results: Nautica Hagg: written provide major vitamins and nutrients to exam/slides: 10. Mary-Katherine Schlichte: horse judging: 2. Save $30 on a Summer AC Tune-Up! Horse Judging: Team members include: Colin Sprinkel, Brown County; Adisyn Kuxhaus, Hughes/ Stanley County; Kacy Goehring, Hutchin- give us a call and we’ll Just son County and Brianna Allen, Minnehaha send out a qualified County. BROOKINGS, S.D. Team results: Halter: 11; Performance: 5; Service Technician like - Cold and snow cre- Assistant Professor & SDSU Extension ate challenges for everyone, especially Dairy Specialist. Reasons: 13 and Overall: 9. Tyler, to make sure yourmay not be familiar for employees who Below Rovai lists some tips employers Individual Results: Adisyn Kuxhaus: – can go over with their employees. overall individual: 6, halter: 13 and perfor- unitwith extreme cold. AC is ready for those "Farm employees, by the nature of Go over your own winter gear and mance: 7. Kacy Goehring: Performance: 17 their work, most often Horse Bowl – Minnehaha County: hot summer South Dakota spend at leastReiser show them where these items can be Tyler purchased The team placed seventh overall. Team and save $30!* their workday outdoors days some portion of Service if or in unheated buildings. Especially Technician Put together an emergency travel kit members include: Dani Holm, Minnehaha this is your employee's first exposure to for County; Hannah Buchmann, Minnehaha 13 years experience employees and explain winter driving extreme cold, it is important that employ- safety County; Jami Bergeson, Minnehaha County Visit the SDSU Extension website for and Samantha Bergeson, Minnehaha County. ers ensure they have access to proper winter clothing to stay safe and a clear information to help employees prepare understanding of the dangers brought on for the cold, available in English and by extreme cold," said Maristela Rovai, Spanish Help Prepare Farm Employees for Winter Conditions Committee Approves Noem’s Abortion Bill WhenWhenComfort… You WantComfort...You Want Kalins You Want You Want Kalins! Governor Kristi Noem today applauded the Senate Health and Human Services Committee after their approval of her bill to further “crack down” on South Dakota abortion providers. Noem’s bill, SB72, requires South Dakota abortion providers to present a state-issued form to women prior to the abortion that contains specific consent information about the procedure. “Forty-six years ago this week, the Supreme Court justified the killing of unborn babies. In the years since then, we’ve had to fight to undo the damage,” said Noem. “This bill cracks down on South Dakota abortion providers. For years, Planned Parenthood has been muddying the waters when it comes to their legal obligations to inform pregnant moms about their decision to end the life of a baby. This legislation puts an end to those games by giving specific, scientific information to women before an abortion. This is a step forward for life.” This legislation builds on Noem’s prior work to defend the unborn. In 2018, Noem was influential to overturning an Obama- era rule that forced states to give Title X Vermillion: 605-624-5618 family planning dollars to organizations *Rebate that commit abortions. 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