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Pesticide approved for Texas sorghum

The Environmental Protection Agency has announced farmers have the ability to apply Sulfoxaflor or Transform WG, a Dow AgroScience’s pesticide for grain and forage sorghum in Texas. The product can be used to [Read More]

Fall armyworms on the march early due to unseasonable rains

By Robert Burns Fall armyworms are more like “summer” armyworms this year due to unseasonable rains, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service entomolo [Read More]

Watch for sorghum midges in late-blooming sorghum

By Donald Stotts Agricultural Communications Services Oklahoma State University Sorghum producers should be on the lookout for sorghum midges in late-blooming fields. Tom Royer, [Read More]

Nebraska Sorghum Field Days to showcase hybrid performance

Sorghum farmers are invited to attend the 2014 Sorghum Field Days to be held at five locations during September. Field performance of leading hybrids, new market op [Read More]

NSP board elects officers, welcomes new directors

The National Sorghum Producers (NSP) board of directors elected officers and appointed two new individuals to the board recently during its annual August board meeting. Both NSP boa [Read More]

Heinrich joins Texas Wheat staff

The Texas Wheat Producers Board and Association selected Katie Heinrich as the new director of communications and producer relations. Heinrich will be in charge of managing communications between producers and indus[Read More]

Gus Lorenz: 'Bug guy' named distinguished professor

It’s not uncommon for Gus Lorenz to receive 90 calls a day from clientele seeking his counsel about insect pest management in their farms. The Extension entomologist and professo[Read More]

Agricultural safety group offering grants up to $10,000

Grants up to $10,000 are being offered by a national coalition of agribusinesses, producer organizations and safety professionals in order to foster new champions of agri[Read More]

Huck Boyd Institute seeks nominations for Connector Award

The Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development and the Huck Boyd Foundation, with support from the Kansas Health Foundation, are seeking nominations for the 2[Read More]

Food insecurity, hunger, local food movements among topics at UW consumer issues conference

Hunger, deceptive food product claims, food deserts, local foods movements and a congressman who t[Read More]

Ken Root

Ken Root

'Big Brother' in the tractor cab

By Ken Root The greatest joy of many farmers is to drive their tractor across mellow ground, either tilling the soil or planting a

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

More changes underway at your local FSA office

By Sara Wyant Your local Farm Service Agency (FSA) should have better technology and potentially more responsibilities by later this fall. During a recent White

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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

Beyond the cow and plow

By Jennifer M. Latzke I was an atypical agricultural communications student if there ever was one. Sure, I’d “grown up on a farm” and I’d

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Kylene Scott

Kylene Scott

Water just as important as the grass in grazing systems

By Kylene Scott Water for grazing livestock is just as important as the grass. Some livestock can rely on creeks, streams and ponds, but

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Holly Martin

Holly Martin

The sweet smell of stanky

By Holly Martin “These clothes are stanky,” my youngest son said as he gathered up his pig showing clothes after a weekend at the

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

Farm safety is everyone's business

By Larry Dreiling Yes, your friendly farm editor with a desire to keep you safe is back at it again with another reminder about

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

Moser takes on new role with Angus

By Jennifer Carrico The American Angus Association has named Dan Moser as the new president of Angus Genetics Inc. and the Association director of

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Doug Rich

Doug Rich

Hereford breeders gather for genetic summit

By Doug Rich Hereford breeders gathered in Springfield, Missouri, Sept. 4 and 5, to discuss the future of their breed and its place in

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Trent Loos

Trent Loos

I am not flocking you

By Trent Loos The only thing worse than misleading the public about modern farming methods is doing so in the name of helping farmers.

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

Busy season heading into fall

By Jerry Nine (Sept. 17)—Wheat planting is in full swing. It seemed like the wheat germinated and came up quicker this year than most

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