Dillon County farmers had had a successful year in 2012 and are hopeful about 2013.
Peanut growers in South Carolina are used to feast or famine. So after a bumper year last year, they know what to expect
If the cure for high prices is high prices, it certainly worked on cotton. South Carolina’s cotton growers have seen prices drop from $2 per pound about three years ago to around 80 cents per pound today.
Dillon, SC native Dr. Dixon Lee, Jr. was inducted into the South Carolina Dairy Hall of Fame at a ceremony at Clemson University recently.
The Farm-City Week winners have been announced.
I just read an article in The Dillon Herald that really upset me and sickened me about the abuse to the goats. I know what some of you think that they are just goats who cares, well I do and so do a lot of other people.
Latta High School officials found several goats on their FFA and agricultural animal husbandry farm last week that had been abused.
The Dillon County Farm Bureau held their annual meeting recently.
Local Extension agent, Patricia E. “Trish” DeHond received an award from the National Association of County Agricultural Agents (NACAA) at its annual meeting in Charleston, South Carolina.
The Farm-City Awards have been presented.