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Doug Rich is a senior field editor from Lawrence, Kan., and has been with the Journal since 1978. He can be reached by phone at 785-749-5304, or by e-mail at richhpj@aol.com.


Governor unveils Draft II of Water Vision Plan

By Doug Rich Gov. Sam Brownback and the Kansas Water Office released the second draft of the long-term Vision for the Future of Water Supply in Kansas at the Governor’s Conference on the

 




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NOV 17, 2014 —Merck Animal Health releases Zilmax update

By Doug Rich Merck Animal Health released an update on the Zilmax Five-Step Plan on Nov. 5. The release stated significant progress has been made in the implementation of the Five-Step Plan. With [Read More]



NOV 10, 2014 —Drought research has a ring of truth

By Doug Rich Historical paleoclimates—climates that occurred before instrumental weather measurements were available—may hold the key to planning for future weather events, such as droughts in the High Plain [Read More]



NOV 10, 2014 —Demand for U.S. red meat remains high

By Doug Rich The U.S. Meat Export Federation held a press conference Nov. 4 in advance of its Strategic Planning Conference held in Arlington, Virginia, and experts noted that despite record high prices fo [Read More]



OCT 27, 2014 —Congested railways may not clear up until 2016

By Doug Rich Hobos have a better chance of catching a freight train out of the upper Midwest these days than a load of grain headed for export markets on the coast. Congestion on the rail [Read More]



OCT 20, 2014 —How old is your barn?

By Doug Rich Stories about old barns are a little like fish stories. Every time someone tells about the fish he caught, it gets an inch longer. Every time someone tells a story about his old barn, it gets 10 years older. Darrin Rubino, [Read More]



OCT 6, 2014 —See for yourself

By Doug Rich Seven cities and eight flights in nine days equaled a once in a lifetime opportunity for 10 young farmers from around the United States who were chosen to take part in the United Soybean Board’s (USB) See For Yourself (SFY) program. T [Read More]



OCT 6, 2014 —Soybean farmers see checkoff dollars at work

By Doug Rich From the banks of the Mississippi to Quito, Ecuador, the highest capital city in the world, the 2014 See For Yourself (SFY) trip sponsored by the United Soybean Board (USB) was a [Read More]



OCT 6, 2014 —K-State hosts annual Beef Stocker Field Day

By Doug Rich Cattlemen talking to cattlemen is always a big part of the annual Beef Stocker Field Day, and this year was no exception. Dale Blasi, K-State Extension specialist, even set up shad [Read More]



SEP 29, 2014 —KDA opens new headquarters building

By Doug Rich The Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) officially opened its new headquarters building in Manhattan, Kansas, with a ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 18. The three-story, 50,000-square foot buildi [Read More]



SEP 15, 2014 —Metal theft legislation goes to judicial council


SEP 15, 2014 —Hereford breeders gather for genetic summit


AUG 11, 2014 —Great Plains introduces new Short Disk


JUL 28, 2014 —Vote YES on Amendment 1


JUL 28, 2014 —Vote YES on Amendment 1


JUL 28, 2014 —Purple reign: A splash of lavender in the heartland


JUL 21, 2014 —Ditch the myths, EPA administrator says


JUL 14, 2014 —Firm invests in functional crop care products


JUL 14, 2014 —Company announces key partnership


JUN 30, 2014 —A cattleman's heart, a banker's mind


JUN 30, 2014 —A match made in heaven


JUN 16, 2014 —Rep. Hartzler supports Missouri Farming Rights Amendment


JUN 9, 2014 —K-State Ag Research Center hosts spring field day


JUN 2, 2014 —Demand trumps meat prices


MAY 5, 2014 —Winter canola thrives in eastern Oklahoma


MAY 5, 2014 —Legislation aimed at preventing copper wire thefts will not be passed in 2014


APR 28, 2014 —Grain sorghum residue has value as livestock feed


APR 28, 2014 —Growers ask questions about tannins and tillers


APR 28, 2014 —Undersecretary Scuse promotes disaster assistance programs


APR 28, 2014 —Southern Plains wheat crop damaged by freezing temperatures


APR 28, 2014 —No-till canola depends on residue management


APR 14, 2014 —Modern range management preserves public resource


MAR 31, 2014 —MARC celebrates 50 years of research


MAR 24, 2014 —FAPRI releases 10-year projection for crop prices and farm income


MAR 17, 2014 —PEDv spreads to 26 states


MAR 10, 2014 —Planter unit matches speed with accuracy


MAR 10, 2014 —Optimize water and fertilizer applications


MAR 10, 2014 —Beef industry under pressure from activists, government policies, and consumer preferences


MAR 3, 2014 —Cattlemen enter the fifth dimension


FEB 24, 2014 —McDonald's searching for definition of sustainable beef


FEB 10, 2014 —Agriculture's toolbox overflows with useful mobile apps


JAN 20, 2014 —Kansas Soybean Expo features research update


JAN 20, 2014 —Herbicide resistance is a solvable problem


JAN 13, 2014 —Chuck Massengill looks back on year as MCA president


JAN 13, 2014 —Missouri cattlemen hear updates on issues facing their industry


DEC 30, 2013 —NuFarm opens production facility to the media


DEC 23, 2013 —Lifetime passion for antique iron


DEC 16, 2013 —Cattlemen face decision on herd expansion


DEC 2, 2013 —Family physician separates fact from fiction about antibiotic resistance


DEC 2, 2013 —RFA outlines legal issues surrounding proposed Renewable Fuel Standard rule


NOV 25, 2013 —Animal, human, and public health experts gather to discuss antimicrobial resistance


NOV 18, 2013 —Sub-surface irrigation systems can increase irrigation efficiency


NOV 11, 2013 —Global warming session attracts large crowd at Kansas water conference


NOV 4, 2013 —Governor calls for 50-year vision for Kansas water


OCT 28, 2013 —Commodity Classic and AG CONNECT will begin a joint venture in 2016


OCT 28, 2013 —Commodity Classic and AG CONNECT will begin a joint venture in 2016


OCT 28, 2013 —District Attorney develops legislation to curb copper wire theft in Kansas


OCT 21, 2013 —Kansas Department of Agriculture conducts agricultural preparedness exercise


OCT 21, 2013 —Soil sensors improve irrigation efficiency


OCT 14, 2013 —Yamaha introduces multi-purpose Viking ATV


OCT 14, 2013 —Monsanto announces purchase of The Climate Corporation


OCT 7, 2013 —Experts question the numbers in USDA quarterly hogs and pigs report


OCT 7, 2013 —Stocker sector must adjust to old and new challenges


OCT 7, 2013 —World's fastest soybean farmer


SEP 30, 2013 —John Deere introduces 2014 tractors, combines, windrowers, and sprayers


SEP 30, 2013 —EPA regional administrator visits the Kansas State Fair


SEP 23, 2013 —Data transfer needs to be automatic and simple


SEP 16, 2013 —Cover crops have benefits for grain production and graze-out systems


SEP 9, 2013 —Busiest steakhouse in Missouri


AUG 19, 2013 —Tyson to ban cattle fed with Zilmax


AUG 5, 2013 —Seed treatment comes with stewardship responsibility


JUL 8, 2013 —Civil unrest disrupts shipment of soybeans into the Middle East


JUL 1, 2013 —Sandhills ranches maintained for future generations


JUL 1, 2013 —Time to demystify swine production


JUN 17, 2013 —Monsanto looks to the future with new research platforms


JUN 10, 2013 —Searching for Sustainability


JUN 3, 2013 —No-till no-brainer


JUN 3, 2013 —NBAF supporters gather for groundbreaking ceremony


MAY 20, 2013 —Working without a net


MAY 20, 2013 —Monsanto execs applaud Supreme Court's decision on seed patent


MAY 20, 2013 —Clarification


MAY 20, 2013 —Jordy Nelson introduced as spokesman for Kansas ag trademark program


MAY 13, 2013 —Crop insurance a viable, economical risk-management tool


APR 22, 2013 —Premiums prove that value-based marketing works


APR 22, 2013 —Extent of April freeze damage to 2013 wheat crop unknown yet


APR 1, 2013 —Stocker connection depends on value


MAR 25, 2013 —KFAC presents Teacher of the Year award


FEB 25, 2013 —Financial panic changes politics in this country


FEB 25, 2013 —Cattle markets need more rain and more corn


FEB 18, 2013 —Wheat harvest documentary will debut in 2014


FEB 11, 2013 —Controlling trichomoniasis


FEB 4, 2013 —Drought will persist through the summer in Kansas


FEB 4, 2013 —Political uncertainty is holding back the economy


JAN 21, 2013 —Spectral analysis used to compare soybean genotypes


JAN 14, 2013 —Protect your farm shop investment


JAN 14, 2013 —Multi-species rotational grazing system is a success


JAN 7, 2013 —These saddles are made for the working cowboy


JAN 7, 2013 —Governor holds drought meeting


DEC 24, 2012 —Missouri cattlemen need to tell their own story


DEC 24, 2012 —A ledger full of memories


DEC 10, 2012 —Karl Rove entertains crowd at 100th KLA Convention


DEC 10, 2012 —Consumers equate freshness with taste, health, and value


DEC 10, 2012 —KLA supports proposed trichomoniasis regulation


NOV 26, 2012 —Heifer International begins new program close to home


NOV 19, 2012 —Water is at the center of energy development in Kansas


NOV 12, 2012 —Ogallala Aquifer--A race to the bottom


NOV 12, 2012 —Brownback hosts Governor's Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas


NOV 5, 2012 —Three hundred days of grazing is possible


OCT 29, 2012 —New handheld GreenSeeker sensor debuts


OCT 29, 2012 —Cattlemen still waiting for herd expansion to begin


OCT 15, 2012 —Producers need insurance coverage for limited irrigation practice


OCT 8, 2012 —New handheld GreenSeeker sensor debuts


OCT 8, 2012 —Food bill vs. farm bill


OCT 1, 2012 —Cooperative effort is powerful tool for soybean breeding programs


SEP 24, 2012 —MU introduces Quality Beef by the Numbers program


SEP 24, 2012 —American Royal looks to the future with new agricultural events center


SEP 10, 2012 —USDA Undersecretary Michael Scuse visits drought-stricken areas


SEP 3, 2012 —Historic Greenwood Hotel


AUG 27, 2012 —Interest in canola is sky high


AUG 13, 2012 —Cattlemen are trying to hold on to core genetics as drought worsens


JUL 23, 2012 —Missouri will host international elderberry symposium


JUL 16, 2012 —EPA holds outreach meeting to discuss CAFO inspection activities


JUL 16, 2012 —More crop from every drop


JUL 2, 2012 —Emerging crop technologies


JUN 25, 2012 —Bailey Ballou wins World Livestock Auctioneer Championship


JUN 18, 2012 —Farmer panel gives global view of agriculture


JUN 11, 2012 —Families in need benefit from prison garden


JUN 11, 2012 —Enough of the gloom and doom


MAY 28, 2012 —Certified Angus Beef opens new culinary center


MAY 14, 2012 —Kids have cotton pickin' fun down on the farm


APR 9, 2012 —Be cautious with drought-damaged pastures


MAR 26, 2012 —MAESTRO has producers singing a happy tune


MAR 26, 2012 —MAESTRO has producers singing a happy tune


MAR 19, 2012 —Window of opportunity


MAR 12, 2012 —Rep. Lucas discusses farm bill challenges with Oklahoma Sorghum Growers


MAR 12, 2012 —Lean beef can be part of a heart healthy diet


FEB 27, 2012 —Legislative Affairs team defines issues facing cattle industry


FEB 27, 2012 —CME Group works to restore faith in the system after MF Global failure


FEB 20, 2012 —Cow-calf producers are in the driver's seat


FEB 20, 2012 —Memories come flooding back


FEB 13, 2012 —AC21 committee examines coexistence in the seed industry


JAN 30, 2012 —How local is your food?


JAN 23, 2012 —New tool could improve soybean breeding process


JAN 16, 2012 —No-Till Oklahoma Conference will feature new topics and speakers


DEC 26, 2011 —Bulls positive for trichomoniasis found in 40 Missouri counties


DEC 26, 2011 —The names are fading, but the images will last forever


DEC 19, 2011 —New beef products are quick, convenient, and tasty


DEC 19, 2011 —Proposal would reduce Kansas income tax rate


NOV 21, 2011 —KFRM hosts farm broadcaster from Afghanistan



NOV 14, 2011 —Field to fashion


NOV 14, 2011 —Irrigation made difference for cotton crop


NOV 7, 2011 —The news no one wanted


OCT 17, 2011 —Missouri Recipe serves up quality beef


OCT 17, 2011 —Squeeze more water from every unit of energy


OCT 10, 2011 —Corn hybrids available across the U.S. in 2012


OCT 10, 2011 —Taking harvest to the next level


OCT 10, 2011 —Bayer CropScience expands business with a new line of wheat varieties


SEP 12, 2011 —Drought likely to persist in Oklahoma


SEP 5, 2011 —Demonstration project becomes full-time occupation


SEP 5, 2011 —Is it time to sell cows, build herds, or get out?


AUG 22, 2011 —Round barn celebrates 100 years


AUG 15, 2011 —Cattlemen hear good news about U.S. beef exports


AUG 15, 2011 —Congressman Lucas ready to start farm bill process


AUG 15, 2011 —Sesame is drought tolerant but not drought proof


AUG 8, 2011 —Field borders make excellent quail habitat


AUG 1, 2011 —Royalties fill the gap for public seed programs


JUL 25, 2011 —Governor establishes NBAF Steering Committee


JUL 25, 2011 —A business-as-usual approach is not the answer for feeding the world


JUL 25, 2011 —Ag innovators showcase their products in St. Louis


JUL 11, 2011 —Kansas auctioneer named world champion


JUL 4, 2011 —Farmers and their CRP


MAY 16, 2011 —Family enters grad school for rotational grazing


MAY 9, 2011 —Pioneer Hi-Bred takes regional approach to hybrid development


MAY 9, 2011 —Sen. Roberts addresses symposium on agroterrorism


MAY 9, 2011 —The clock is ticking for NBAF construction


APR 25, 2011 —Young entrepreneur is in the driver's seat now


APR 25, 2011 —FAPRI developing online resource for beginning farmers, ranchers


APR 11, 2011 —Farmers respond to market signals


APR 11, 2011 —Producers adjust to Flint Hills Smoke Management Plan





MAR 28, 2011 —FAPRI presents outlook for Missouri agriculture


MAR 28, 2011 —Researchers engineer durable soybean cyst nematode control


MAR 14, 2011 —No-till Oklahoma conference is re-scheduled


FEB 28, 2011 —Producers fit twin-row production into their systems


FEB 28, 2011 —Canola is an excellent crop to rotate with wheat


FEB 28, 2011 —Canola does not require specialized equipment


FEB 7, 2011 —Decision on alfalfa is a positive sign


JAN 24, 2011 —Technology overcomes line-of-sight issues


JAN 24, 2011 —Producers gather for annual Kansas Soybean Expo


JAN 17, 2011 —Oklahoma no-till conference scheduled for Feb. 1 and 2


DEC 27, 2010 —Tell the story of modern beef production


DEC 20, 2010 —Wanted: Young farmers and ranchers


DEC 20, 2010 —Win the carbon footprint debate


DEC 13, 2010 —KLA members approve four new resolutions


DEC 13, 2010 —Demand for beef is growing


DEC 6, 2010 —Find a way to adapt to climate change


NOV 22, 2010 —NRC report says NBAF risk assessment has several major shortcomings


NOV 22, 2010 —Media invited to tour Apache assembly plant


NOV 15, 2010 —Kansas water policy must transition from development to management


NOV 15, 2010 —Growing the best crops possible


NOV 15, 2010 —Livestock organizations disagree on impact of proposed GIPSA rule


OCT 18, 2010 —Pain relief management for castration is an emerging issue


OCT 18, 2010 —Fall harvest sets record in Kansas


OCT 4, 2010 —Partnerships benefit conservation efforts


SEP 27, 2010 —Sudden Death Syndrome buries 2010 soybean crop


SEP 20, 2010 —Special tour features fence building basics


SEP 13, 2010 —Field day held at East Central experiment station


SEP 6, 2010 —Competition is a good thing--or not


SEP 6, 2010 —Buy small cattle and make them big


AUG 30, 2010 —Buy small cattle and make them big


AUG 23, 2010 —Oklahoma develops new trichomoniasis regulations


AUG 23, 2010 —Don't be afraid to use the S-word


AUG 16, 2010 —Wanted: growers with a pioneering spirit


AUG 9, 2010 —Growers included in product development at Case IH


AUG 9, 2010 —Missouri corn growers, Malta Bend FFA bring relief to food deserts


AUG 2, 2010 —Two wrecks for the price of one


AUG 2, 2010 —Packing plants install remote video auditing system


JUN 28, 2010 —Adding wildlife habitat does not mean subtracting profit


JUN 21, 2010 —Match cow herd to available forage by rolling back calving season


JUN 21, 2010 —Guide helps auctions manage animal welfare issues


JUN 21, 2010 —Match cow herd to available forage by rolling back calving season


JUN 7, 2010 —Class gives students real-life farm management experience


MAY 31, 2010 —Putting a face on soybean exports


MAY 31, 2010 —Traveling with farmers


MAY 31, 2010 —Southeast Kansas Research Center holds field day


MAY 3, 2010 —National Barn Alliance conference coming to Kansas


MAY 3, 2010 —Insect control begins with correct identification


APR 26, 2010 —National Wildlife Federation releases biomass energy report


APR 26, 2010 —Wind energy and wildlife


APR 19, 2010 —Patching together a messy landscape


MAR 22, 2010 —Climate not changing as quickly as projected


MAR 15, 2010 —Renewable energy also needs to be sustainable energy


MAR 1, 2010 —Crop rotation is vital to no-till success


MAR 8, 2010 —The fear of Asian Soybean Rust is gone


MAR 1, 2010 —Crop rotation is vital to no-till success


FEB 22, 2010 —Variety development is a numbers game


FEB 22, 2010 —It was all about the state budget at Kansas Commodity Classic


JAN 25, 2010 —KFU convention features health care panel


JAN 11, 2010 —Modern work space replaces 100-year old farm shop


JAN 4, 2010 —Looking is as much fun as finding


DEC 28, 2009 —Looking is as much fun as finding


DEC 21, 2009 —KLA approves new resolutions


DEC 21, 2009 —Capture the hearts and minds of consumers


DEC 14, 2009 —Animal welfare organization finds religion


DEC 14, 2009 —Pioneer expands effort to develop drought tolerant corn


DEC 14, 2009 —Growers are nuts about organic production


NOV 23, 2009 —Make logical food choices


NOV 16, 2009 —Producer seeks quality forage with less fertilizer


NOV 2, 2009 —The whole idea is to get better


OCT 26, 2009 —Overflow crowd attends KSU Stocker Field Day


OCT 5, 2009 —No perfect storm for soybean rust yet


SEP 21, 2009 —No perfect storm for soybean rust yet


SEP 14, 2009 —Pioneer opens soybean breeding station in Lawrence, Kan.


AUG 31, 2009 —Vilsack continues Rural Tour


AUG 24, 2009 —Truck farm replaces lost acreage


AUG 17, 2009 —Bumper crop of spinach harvested in Oklahoma


JUL 27, 2009 —Visitors center planned for Missouri wind farm


JUN 1, 2009 —Cooperative turns biomass into renewable energy


MAY 25, 2009 —Dairy industry searches for solutions


MAY 18, 2009 —Katy Trail State Park is a fun getaway for bikers and hikers


MAY 18, 2009 —Katy Trail Fact Sheet


MAY 18, 2009 —K-State open house showcases new lab


MAY 4, 2009 —Don't "bug out" when it comes to crop scouting


APR 20, 2009 —Circle A Angus customers capture genetic value


APR 13, 2009 —Vilsack announces additional food aid


MAR 30, 2009 —U.S. Custom Harvesters, Inc. meet for annual convention


MAR 9, 2009 —Oklahoma develops program to verify carbon offsets


MAR 2, 2009 —Tell your story


FEB 23, 2009 —Crop rotation is an important part of a no-till production system


FEB 2, 2009 —Old barn filled with new equipment for on-farm enterprise


JAN 26, 2009 —Co-products storage challenges small, medium size operations


JAN 19, 2009 —ASA president defends the audit of soybean checkoff program


JAN 12, 2009 —No-till is a tool like a disk or a plow


DEC 22, 2008 —Todd Allen begins year as president of KLA


DEC 22, 2008 —Horse processing is a private property issue, Stenholm says


DEC 15, 2008 —KLA members told to stay involved in the climate change discussion


DEC 8, 2008 —Changing rural demographics call for changing customer service strategies


NOV 24, 2008 —A balanced approach to food and fuel production is a requiremen


NOV 17, 2008 —Proper tractor setup can increase fuel efficiency


OCT 20, 2008 —Thanks for your support


OCT 20, 2008 —Harvest time in fly-over country


SEP 29, 2008 —Open Range is a natural for Angus beef


SEP 22, 2008 —Energy is no longer a sleeping dog


SEP 22, 2008 —0916goatmilking08cut.ld -m-


SEP 15, 2008 —East battles west over goat meat


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AUG 18, 2008 —OCA members hear latest on horse slaughter legislation


AUG 18, 2008 —OCA has new officers, resolutions


AUG 4, 2008 —Wildflowers and wild horses


AUG 4, 2008 —Stories included free of charge with heirloom seeds


AUG 4, 2008 —Family owned seed business goes native


JUL 14, 2008 —Record rainfall is bad news for hay production


JUL 14, 2008 —First Earth friendly fuel station opens


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JUN 9, 2008 —Under Secretary Dorr delivers keynote address at CUTC


JUN 9, 2008 —Strip-till provides the best of both worlds


JUN 9, 2008 —On-farm research trials show positive results


MAY 12, 2008 —Visit St. Louis for free, well almost for free


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