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April 10 Texas Ag Forum to feature overview of 2014 farm bill

By Blair Fannin Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Discussion of the 2014 farm bill will take center stage at the Texas Ag Forum scheduled April

Wyoming well owners urged to learn safety, maintenance

Two organizations have joined forces to urge Wyoming residents to learn and protect their groundwater supplies. The Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts and Wyomi

Researcher changing traditional biofuel process

For many years, researchers around the globe have been searching for viable ways to produce biofuels. This is true for Oklahoma State University Biobased

NMSU experts expect little impact this year from chile-damaging virus

As chile production season approaches, three New Mexico State University professors say the danger of curly top virus is higher than last year

Online tool can help with efficient crop irrigation and project net returns

Its name is as straightforward as it comes. The Crop Water Allocator developed by Kansas State University has a simple name but ca



Control marestail in soybeans

By David Hallauer Meadowlark District Extension Agent Increased no-till, weather factors, and the germination window for marestail have allowed it to become one of the most difficult to control weeds in soybeans in rec[Read More]


Montana Department of Agriculture celebrates state's ag industry

March 25 was National Agriculture Day, and the Montana Department of Agriculture is working every day to promote, develop and protect Montana’s agricult[Read More]


Emerald ash borer traps set in Kansas

In an effort to prevent further spread of emerald ash borer in Kansas, the Kansas Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture are planning to set 568 traps to detect whether the plant p[Read More]


Growers should prepare for larger soybean seed in 2014

Dry weather conditions during the growing season followed by late season rains may be the cause of larger-than-normal soybean seed this year, which can affect planter perfo[Read More]


2014 farm bill streamlines, consolidates conservation programs

The 2014 farm bill streamlines key conservation programs while investing about $18.7 billion in conservation programs offered by USDA’s Natural Resources Co[Read More]


FROM OUR WRITERS
Ken Root

Ken Root

When Wal-Mart goes organic, where will organic go?


By Ken Root Wal-Mart’s announcement that it will sell organic foods, with the Wild Oats label, has many people buzzing about the impact the

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

Slow go: Farmers, shippers concerned about impact of rail delays


By Sara Wyant Ordinarily, Jerry Cope would be loading between 100 and 125 rail cars with grain at this time of year, moving outbound

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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

We're all in the same boat


By Jennifer M. Latzke The meeting was for rural economic development professionals. You know, those folks who are hired to ensure that Main Street

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Kylene Scott

Kylene Scott

Water Vision discussion helps producers give input


By Kylene Scott Stakeholders and landowners had the opportunity to learn about the Water Vision set forth by Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback at a

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Holly Martin

Holly Martin

Presses break down too


By Holly Martin Do you know how it feels when you are in the combine, looking at ominous clouds on the horizon heading your

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

UN panel: Warming worsens food, hunger problems


By Larry Dreiling Global warming makes feeding the world harder and more expensive, a United Nations scientific panel said. A warmer world will push food

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

Twin-row planting may help increase production


By Jennifer Carrico Finding a way to produce more corn on fewer acres is the goal of one innovator. Iowa farmer John Frahm decided

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Doug Rich

Doug Rich

Modern range management preserves public resource


By Doug Rich Grazing, wildlife, recreation, energy, and development put enough pressure on western rangeland without adding in the constant tug of war over

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Trent Loos

Trent Loos

I stand with Cliven Bundy


By Trent Loos I must start by saying I am greatly disappointed with many fellow cattlemen in the past couple of weeks in their

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

A little moisture will go a long way


By Jerry Nine (April 15)—Actually, there is a little winter grass and cheat that is coming in these pastures but our overall immediate area

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