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Kansas Corn Commission takes mechanics to ethanol-powered NASCAR race

The Kansas Corn Commissio recently hosted 40 northeast Kansas auto mechanics at the Hollywood Casino 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Race at Kansas Spee [Read More]

FARMS helps prepare equipment for winter storage

As a successful harvest wraps up, many farmers are turning their attention to next spring, making decisions on fertilizer, crop rotations and seed purchases. In the excitement of plann [Read More]

Colorado Corn Growers Association: Thank you for voting 'no' on Prop 105

The Colorado Corn Growers Association applauded the news of voters across the state overwhelmingly rejecting Proposition 105—an unnecess [Read More]

Corn Board to meet Nov. 24 and 25

The Nebraska Corn Board will hold its next meetings Nov. 24 and 25 at Cornhusker Marriott in Lincoln, Nebraska. The Board will address regular board business Nov. 25. The meeting is open to the public. A copy of t [Read More]

Minimize the risk of silage gas

Silage gas has become an increasing problem this harvest season due to a number of factors, including the unfavorable growing conditions experienced particularly by farms in the northeast and Midwest. In addition to po [Read More]




SDS appears in Missouri soybean fields

Sudden death syndrome (SDS) is showing up in soybean fields across the state. Farmers should scout fields thoroughly for symptoms of SDS. SDS, caused by the soil fungus Fusarium virguliforme, produces st[Read More]


Grain producers could encounter sticky situation

An invasion of sorts has occurred in Kansas, and the invaders may pose a problem for this year’s sorghum harvest—but not in the way you might think. “The sugarcane aphid, Melanaphis s[Read More]


Wine proudly made from Oklahoma-grown grapes

One of the vineyards from which Canadian River Winery buys Oklahoma-grown grapes sent stickers for its wine bottles that say, “Proudly Made from Oklahoma-Grown Grapes.” “Once the sticker was[Read More]


2014 farm bill has new fruit and vegetable rules

By Jessica Johnson Extension Educator The Agricultural Act of 2014, commonly called the farm bill, will no longer charge a penalty for fruits, vegetables or wild rice (FAV) planted o[Read More]


Ag Product Handling, Transportation Conference scheduled for Dec. 8 and 9

A conference, Post-harvest Handling and Transportation for Agricultural Products: Issues and Alternatives, will be held Dec. 8 and 9 a[Read More]



FROM OUR WRITERS
Ken Root

Ken Root

The fall of the wall


By Ken Root I don’t want anyone to ever forget the Berlin Wall. It imprisoned a nation and held Eastern Europe in poverty and

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

Roberts headed back to Senate Ag Committee, no plans to reopen farm bill


By Sara Wyant In a series of hard-fought midterm election battles, Republicans won control of the Senate by securing major re-election

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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

Beyond 'Flanders Fields'


By Jennifer M. Latzke I grew up surrounded by military veterans who had left the wheat fields of Kansas to fight on the battlefields

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Kylene Scott

Kylene Scott

Equine Field Service team helps care for animals on the road


By Kylene Scott For rodeo athletes, both animal and human, proper physical care is important. And for the horses at the Dodge City Roundup

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Holly Martin

Holly Martin

Washing the negativity off


By Holly Martin I’m writing this at 9 a.m. on Election Day. I earned my sticker. I do not know who won, but I

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

Who's in, who's out and what's next in Washington


By Larry Dreiling Here we go again with our biennial view of the recent election. Republicans gained control of the U.S. Senate. That was

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

Cattlemen aid South Dakota with heifers after Atlas storm


By Jennifer Carrico The Atlas winter storm of 2013 is one many South Dakota ranchers won’t soon forget, but with the generosity of farmers

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Doug Rich

Doug Rich

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

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Trent Loos

Trent Loos

Crock-Pot festival in Kentucky


By Trent Loos Crock-Pot weekend has just concluded for Team Loos in Louisville, Kentucky, at the 41st annual North American International Livestock Exposition. As

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

Cattle market is going strong


By Jerry Nine (Nov. 12)—The Northwest Oklahoma Cattleman’s Association had its all-breed heifer and cow sale at Woodward on Tuesday. The sale had a

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