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Grain Sorghum

Commodity commission candidates sought; Nov. 30 filing deadline

Grain growers in far western Kansas who plan to campaign for a seat on one of the state’s five grain commodity commissions—corn, grain sorghum, soybeans, [Read More]

Sorghum research in Africa may bring solutions for farmers here at home

By Jennifer M. Latzke American researchers from several universities are hoping that by collaborating and helping African sorghum farmer [Read More]

Sugarcane aphids found early in northeast Texas sorghum fields

It’s not too late to control sugarcane aphids on northeast Texas sorghum fields, but it will be very soon, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Servi [Read More]

China makes its largest weekly purchase of U.S. sorghum

China continues to buy U.S. sorghum, making their largest weekly purchase since entering the market with 11.5 million bushels for the 2013/2014 marketing year and 3.5 mil [Read More]

Gary Smith returns to Colorado State University as special advisor, visiting professor

Gary Smith, an internationally recognized meat science and food safety expert, has returned to Colorado Stat[Read More]

Going under cover with crops

In the 1980s, Missouri was ranked second in the country in soil loss. At an average of 10.9 tons per acre, it wasn’t an accolade to be proud of. Farmers took to conservation efforts such as no-till planting to help lower ero[Read More]

K-State releases new wheat variety

By Jordan Hildebrand From phonographs to iPods and horse-drawn carriages to four-wheel drives, much has changed dramatically over the last century, the wheat industry included. Kansas State University released[Read More]

First Oklahoma Irrigation Conference scheduled Aug. 19

By Sean Hubbard Communications Specialist Oklahoma State University There is no better learning opportunity than experience and brainstorming ideas from those with si[Read More]

Verma honored with academic leadership award

Lalit Verma, head of Biological and Agricultural Engineering for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, has been honored by American Society of Agricultural and Biological[Read More]

Ken Root

Ken Root

Trade counters conflict

By Ken Root We are about to enter into another trade-restricting, policy-disagreeing and sovereignty-disputing confrontation with Russia. As one who was taught to fear

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

Time to rethink farmers' political punch?

By Sara Wyant Note: This is a condensed version of part one of a six-part series, “Packing Political Punch in Rural America,” which is

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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

Opportunities to learn and grow

By Jennifer M. Latzke “Requiring nothing of a child gives them no chance for failure or success. Give your kids opportunities to learn and

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Kylene Scott

Kylene Scott

Council panel looks ahead to the future of livestock industry

By Kylene Scott “The future obviously holds a lot of unpredictability,” Tyler Chafee, senior

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Holly Martin

Holly Martin

See the map, believe in 'Ditch the rule'

By Holly Martin Seeing is believing. Or at least that’s what a group of agriculture organizations is hoping. This week, the National Cattlemen’s Beef

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

Be prepared for higher interest rates, Fed leader says (And this time, the prediction may really hap

By Larry Dreiling Historically, presidents of the Federal Reserve Ban

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

Duplicating deliciousness Researchers clone cattle with high quality carcasses

By Jennifer Carrico Duplicating high-quality lean beef may be a faster process, thanks to researchers at West Texas A&M Un

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Doug Rich

Doug Rich

Purple reign: A splash of lavender in the heartland

By Doug Rich Lavender was not their first choice, but it turned out to be the best choice for Jack and Kathy Wilson. They

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Trent Loos

Trent Loos

Kerry prefers starving kids

By Trent Loos At the recent Africa Summit in our nation’s capital, Secretary of State John Kerry stated Africa should not have more farms

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

There are many ways to get injured

By Jerry Nine (Aug. 13)—In agriculture, being around equipment and livestock, there are so many ways we can get hurt. This morning me and

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