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Wheat farmers share crop conditions at Kansas Wheat Commission board meeting

On Oct. 22, the Kansas Wheat Commission held a regular board meeting at the Kansas Wheat Innovation Center in Manhattan, Kansas. [Read More]

Fall Wheat Conference wraps up in New Mexico

The 2014 Joint Fall Wheat Conference of the National Association of Wheat Growers and U.S. Wheat Associates concluded recently in Santa Ana, New Mexico. The four-day meeting brought together w [Read More]

National Wheat Foundation partners with BASF for Jerry Minore Scholarship

The National Wheat Foundation has partnered with BASF to give away four scholarships for students with connections to the wheat indust [Read More]

APHIS report shows source of unapproved GM wheat inconclusive, commercial supplies not affected

U.S. Wheat Associates and the National Association of Wheat Growers were notified Sept. 26 [Read More]

NAWG staff attends meeting on women leaders in agriculture

Recently, National Association of Wheat Growers staffer Brooke Shupe, director of government affairs for risk management, attended a “Dialogue on Women Leaders in A [Read More]

 


 

Missouri Livestock Symposium, Dec. 5 and 6, offers something for everyone

At the 2014 Missouri Livestock Symposium, Dec. 5 and 6 at William Matthew Middle School in Kirksville, experts from across the nation[Read More]


Newer hybrids with shorter maturity dates provide corn producers options

By Kay Ledbetter AgriLife Extension Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientists are wrapping up a two-year study to determine the best com[Read More]


Colorado Corn Growers Association weighs in on EPA's controversial WOTUS proposal

Leaders with the Colorado Corn Growers Association recently submitted comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Ag[Read More]


NWF recruiting advocates for consumer education effort

As part of a broad consumer education effort, the National Wheat Foundation is seeking candidates for a pilot program that provides tools and resources to wheat industry al[Read More]


Cover crop report documents yield boost, soil benefits and ag retailer roles

For the second year in a row, a national survey of farmers has documented a yield boost from the use of cover crops in corn and[Read More]


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Ken Root

Ken Root

Getting past the passwords


By Ken Root I don’t know about you, but I am having a hard time with all the passwords required for accessing everything from

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

Why are consumers concerned about GMOs in food, but not medicine?


By Sara Wyant As millions of Americans gather for family meals over the holidays, the subject of food will undoubtedly come up—whether there’s too

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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

Pass the gluten please


By Jennifer M. Latzke They’ll come by plane, by car, by bus and by train. They’ll travel from as close as just across the county

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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

A love for Thanksgiving


By Holly Martin By the time you receive this issue, you probably will have eaten your fair share of turkey sandwiches and pumpkin pie

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

Few things are better than a small-town grocery


By Larry Dreiling A meat case with fresh, local, products, tidy aisles and shelves with neat rows of canned goods, and a crisper lane

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

Communication, education important for livestock industry's future


By Jennifer Carrico The importance of having a livestock industry with open communication among livestock producers, consumers and legislators is v

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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

Despite the path, here we are


By Trent Loos I would assume you are just like me in saying, “Where did 2014 go?” As we are now past Thanksgiving, 2015

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

Remembering not to take freedoms for granted


By Jerry Nine (Nov. 25)—It is that time of year we are all reminded of all the things we have to be thankful for.

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