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Researchers make progress with high throughput phenotyper

For some, the last three years have progressed slowly. But for researchers working on groundbreaking technology, the progress made in the last three years has made ti [Read More]

No-till Points South bus tour ready to roll

Planning is complete for the 2014 No-till on Plains bus tour. This year’s tour is Aug. 5 to 8 and heads south through Kansas and Oklahoma. Nine stops are planned over four days at producer farms [Read More]

Dry bean producers vote to approve assessment increase

Colorado dry bean producers voted to approve an increase in the dry bean assessment through the Colorado Dry Bean Marketing Order. With 61 “yes” votes and 47 “no” votes, th [Read More]

Neches white clover released

By Robert Burns Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Texas A&M AgriLife Research has released a new white clover, named Neches after the Texas river, that promises higher yields and much earlier flowering and seed producti [Read More]

Advanced viticulture and enology training workshop slated July 11

By Trisha Gedon Oklahoma State University For more than a dozen years, Oklahoma State University has offered a Grape Management Course to those indi [Read More]

Spots still available, deadline extended for No-till on the Plains bus tour

Spots are still available for the 2014 No-till on the Plains bus tour, August 5-8. The tour will start in Kansas and work through[Read More]

Wheat U set for Aug. 5 in Wichita

High Plains Journal and Bayer Crop Science announce that the annual Bayer Profit Maximizer Wheat Summit has evolved into a new event—Wheat U. Wheat U is a farmer-focused one-day conference that will concentrate on[Read More]

Stripe rust, wheat stem sawfly pestering southeast Wyoming wheat fields

University of Wyoming scientists found stripe rust and wheat stem sawfly affecting wheat fields in southeastern Wyoming during their surve[Read More]

Misener Family Harvesters: Cutting and cleaning

By Emma Misener Thursday, July 10 This summer is one for the record books. I have never experienced a summer as humid as it has been in western Oklahoma. For some, 70 percent humidity[Read More]

Hoffman Harvesters: Goodland harvest good despite hail

By Jada Bulgin Tuesday, July 8 Hoffman Harvesting continues to cut in the Goodland, Kansas area. We have harvested wheat around Edson and Brewster. While the wheat has re[Read More]

Ken Root

Ken Root

Gone fishin'

By Ken Root Mid-summer and hot days bring out the fisherman in me. I consider fishing “purposeful loafing” with the remote possibility of providing

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

Wheat growers explore national checkoff, other funding sources

By Sara Wyant Calling it “a bold step forward for the U.S. wheat industry’s future,” National Wheat Foundation (NWF) President Dusty Tallman alerted fellow

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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

Show your #FairThanks

By Jennifer M. Latzke Ribbons and trophies and banners and premiums—oh my. Whenever we tell the story of youth programs, we tend to focus on

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Kylene Scott

Kylene Scott

Speaker provides insight for agriculture industry

By Kylene Scott Jay Lehr encouraged attendees at the Protein Producers Summit in Colorado Springs, Colorado, during mid-June to tell their stories to those

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Holly Martin

Holly Martin

Brownback pushes back on "federal overreach"

By Holly Martin Walking among the implements and new services on display at the 3i Show, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback had the chance to

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

The next-to-last place any farmer should visit is here

By Larry Dreiling If a farmer is injured in an on-farm accident, the last place any farmer wants to visit is a funeral

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

Kansas auctioneers top World Championship

By Jennifer Carrico Calling out bids, finding the buyer and executing the sale are all important parts of being a good auctioneer. These professionals

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Doug Rich

Doug Rich

Ditch the myths, EPA administrator says

By Doug Rich The message from Gina McCarthy, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), during a presentation before the Agricultural Business Council of

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Trent Loos

Trent Loos

How you going?

By Libbi Loos Editor’s note: Libbi Loos, Trent’s daughter, wrote this week’s Loos Tales column after a recent visit to Australia. I hope you don’t

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

Dry years remind us of a different time

By Jerry Nine (July 16)—I had heard a few people predicting rain for the month of June. One of them was a local rancher

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