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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]

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]

Nation's soy growers to hail Sen. Pat Roberts as 'Soy Champion'

The American Soybean Association will present its Soy Champion Award to Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas. The award is given twice yearly to recognize exemplary [Read More]

Dry fields increase harvest fire risks

Dead leaves, stalks, husks, oil and fuel are never in short supply when harvest begins. They can ignite fires in fields, farm equipment, grain trucks and wagons. As harvest season approaches, University [Read More]

NASS November estimate has Arkansas with three new yield records

Despite this season’s soggy start, Arkansas farmers could set three statewide average yield records in 2014 in corn, cotton and soybeans, the National A [Read More]




Dry fields increase harvest fire risks

Dead leaves, stalks, husks, oil and fuel are never in short supply when harvest begins. They can ignite fires in fields, farm equipment, grain trucks and wagons. As harvest season approaches, University[Read More]


MU's Kallenbach to receive national Excellence in Extension Award

Rob Kallenbach, University of Missouri professor of plant sciences and MU Extension forage specialist, received the 2014 Excellence in Extension Award[Read More]


Fire officials urge caution during harvest

The South Dakota Division of Wildland Fire is asking ranchers and farmers to take extra precautions to prevent wildfires when harvesting crops this fall. The dry fuel conditions along with the wa[Read More]


Growing bigger

By Jennifer Carrico The demand for locally grown food and source-verified food has led to a growing number of farmers markets across the United States. Over the past 20 years, the national count of farmers markets has grown from 1,755 to 8,268. Este[Read More]


K-State Soil Judging Team takes regional honors

By Steve Watson K-State Research and Extension Kansas State University’s Soil Judging Team won second place in the “Overall Team” and fourth place in the “Group Judging” categories at[Read More]


FROM OUR WRITERS
Ken Root

Ken Root

Hello 'Starlink,' here we go again!


By Ken Root America is a grain exporting country. That is the basis for any business decision made by farmers, seed companies, grain merchants

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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

BQA event gives producers tips on raising healthy cattle


By Kylene Scott There are numerous steps to get a healthy calf from conception to consumption. Programs like Beef Quality Assurance can help producers, veterinarians

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Holly Martin

Holly Martin

Beef industry success can continue if segments work together


By Holly Martin There’s a great story going on in the agriculture world. It’s one of an industry that faced some pretty tough challenges

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

Nebraska Community Foundation celebrates 20 years


By Larry Dreiling The collective achievement of thousands of Nebraskans was celebrated recently in Lincoln as the Nebraska Community Foundation celebrated its 20th anniversary

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

Growing bigger


By Jennifer Carrico The demand for locally grown food and source-verified food has led to a growing number of farmers markets across the United

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Doug Rich

Doug Rich

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

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Trent Loos

Trent Loos

Better living through chemistry


By Trent Loos Honestly I fail to understand the movement that appears to be gaining steam against chemicals. In particular, I am talking about

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

Interesting challenges of life


By Jerry Nine (Nov. 19)—It is interesting raising kids. My son is 14 years old and, of course, he wants to drive the pickup.

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