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Agriculture is South Dakota’s largest industry; it has a $32.1 billion annual impact on the economy. South Dakota has a diverse terrain but is still considered a farming state. Residents are greeted with hills, plateaus, plains, and mountains, where the land is similar, they are divided up into different regions. South Dakota is home to three major physiographic regions.
The Henry Frawley Ranch became the largest and most historic ranch. Henry developed what would become the most successful cattle ranch by buying lands that were failing as small homestead parcels. South Dakota is home to all four distinct seasons, varying from cold dry winters to warm and humid summers.
Hunting is a great activity to do in South Dakota, because of its diverse terrain of forests, river bottoms, grasslands, mountains, and the Missouri River reservoir system. South Dakota offers big or small games, with the most popular wildlife being, antelope, bighorn sheep, deer, elk, mountain goat, mountain lion, and buffalo.