June 26, 2022
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High Diesel Fuel Prices Hurting South Dakota Farmers, Producers

(Rapid City, SD) — Farmers and producers across South Dakota say they’re suffering from the high price of diesel fuel they pay to run their trucks and equipment. Industry analysts say those high costs are typically passed onto consumers, who wind up paying higher prices for food and other products grown by farmers. Farmers and truckers are finding ways to curtail consumption to deal with the high prices but they say they’re hoping for action from Congress and the White House to bring down the cost of diesel.

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