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South Dakota drought conditions affecting farmers and pheasants

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The Associated Press

PIERRE, S.D. — South Dakota drought conditions will be affecting more than just farmers and ranchers this fall: Hunters will also likely be affected.

The Pierre Capital Journal reports that the north-central portion of South Dakota may be in rough shape in October.

Travis Runia, senior upland game biologist for the Game, Fish and Parks Department, says the Mobridge area, which dealt with heavy winter snows, is bearing the brunt of the drought.

South Dakota's pheasant range is also expected to be impacted.

In 2008, changes in land use began to change how. . .

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