SUMMER SAFETY sCHOOL aUGUST 24, 2021
We are pleased to offer the Summer Safety School to members to enhance industry safety practices. It is FREE to all SDGFA members. Registration is required:Printable Registration Form
or email email@example.com.
Be on the Lookout for Combustible Dust Hazards
If you have a dust collection system for combustible dust you must have a Dust Hazard Assessment (DHA) completed by September of 2020 as required by NFPA 652-2019. NFPA 652 also requires that the DHA be reviewed and updated every 5 years.
South Dakota State University, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor-OSHA, offers a free health and safety check-up. This is conducted by professional health and safety consultants and funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Welcome to the South Dakota Grain & Feed Association Website!!
SDGFA is a statewide non-profit trade association composed of grain elevator firms and other agribusinesses involved in the grain, feed and farm supply business.
110 Years by your side
The issues for the you, and the Association, continue to be many of the same as the past, but burdensome federal regulations have intensified, and the erosion of the public's perception of agriculture and food safety grows amidst the need for more food production to support the growing world population. What will the future of agriculture be?
Stand with us--join the association, and together we will continue to protect and promote the future of agriculture.
SDGFA, A Growing Association
Thanks to the reputation of our Association, SDGFA continues to grow and provide useful services for our members.
Ag Expo/ConventionAnnual convention and trade show sponsored jointly by the South Dakota Grain & Feed Association and the South Dakota Agri-Business Association.
Future Dates:January 19-20, 2022
January 18-19, 2023
The South Dakota Grain & Feed Association is pleased to offer grain warehouse and grain buyer surety bonds. Help support the Association by purchasing your bonds through us!
Contact our office today for information, 605/224-2445.