Antelopes -- South Dakota -- Counting; Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota
The 1951 Antelope census found 15,000 antelope in the counties of Harding, Butte, Perkins, Meade, Fall River and Stanley. Since 1950 the average increase has been 14 percent. The kid crop was normal averaging 90 kids per 100 does. The buck-doe...
Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- Mortality -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- Age -- South Dakota; Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.)
Between July 2 and September 18 of 1952 six 460 mile transects were flown to check antelope age ratios to find out if the apparent loss of kids took place during the summer months. Since the age ratios remained relatively constant during this...
Child welfare -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Children -- South Dakota -- Statistics
The KIDS COUNT Data Center presents data on birth outcomes for each state and the nation’s 50 largest cites.
This publication focuses on comparing the nation, South Dakota and the states that border South Dakota. It is important information...
Child welfare -- South Dakota; Children with disabilities -- Health and hygiene -- South Dakota;
Children with disabilities -- Care -- South Dakota;
Youth -- South Dakota
This issue explores results of the 2009/2010 National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs (NS-CSHCN). More specifi cally, it compares and contrasts the Maternal and Child Health Bureau’s six outcomes for South Dakota and the nation.
Child welfare -- South Dakota; Youth -- South Dakota
The number of deaths occurring in the first year of life per 1,000 live births is called the infant mortality rate (IMR). This issue discusses the task force studying the IMR in South Dakota and ways to reduce it.