In the wake of Super Bowl XLVII, the league is putting its plans in place for the future of the Rosecud mine, the only mining operation in the nation that will employ 20 to 30 people.
The Rosebuds are a part of a broader plan for the Rosebuck mines to produce up to 5,000 tons of iron ore a year.
Rosebuds will also mine ore for the steel industry, which will require steel, iron, copper, and cobalt.
They have been in business since 2007, and their mine has already produced 2.7 million tons of steel.
Currently, Rosebudders is in the process of moving out of its current location in New Mexico and to a new location in South Dakota, the company said.
While the RoseBuds plan is ambitious, the Rosewood mines could have a positive impact on the state’s economy, which is dependent on iron and other minerals that are mined there.
A report from the South Dakota Department of Revenue, which was commissioned by the Rosewater mine, found that the Rosewoods are one of the top two mining companies in the state.
According to the South Dakotas Economic Development Authority, Rosewood and Rosebuddy also have the third and fourth highest production levels of cobalt in the U.S., with Cobalt’s mining output exceeding 1.2 million tons annually.
In the past, Rosebuck was one of three mines in South Dakote that produced a record amount of cobblestone in 2014, with 2.4 million tons.