Are you getting the best cash price for your grain? Zip Code:    
 
 
 
High Plains Journal/ Midwest Ag Journal menu dividerMobileHigh Plains Journal/ Midwest Ag Journal menu dividerSubscribe High Plains Journal/ Midwest Ag Journal menu dividerAdvertise High Plains Journal/ Midwest Ag Journal menu dividerContact us  
Home News Livestock Crops Markets Hay, Range & Pasture Home & Family Classifieds Resources This Week's Journal



Farm Survey


AgriMartin
Journal Getaways


Reader Comment:
by Eliza Winters

"I think that the new emission standards are a great move. I think that the"....Read the story...
Join other discussions.


House Plans

Eye-appealing Kentner has many features

houseplans image With the beautiful Queen Anne’s style window and the brick facade, the Kentner (405-07) has great eye appeal. There is a planter under the window as well as a covered porch entry. On the left side of th [Read More]


Common Ground

High Plains Journal Associate Editor

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 who won the rosette, whose name will be engraved on the trophy, who gets to place that placard [Read More]


Home Cookin Image

Looking for recipes? You've come to the right place. Home Cookin' has 100s of free recipes - all created, tested, reviewed and approved by home cooks ...more




Gardening

'Loving Lavender' program is Aug. 7 at Botanical Center

The August “Learn to Grow in the Garden” class hosted by the Master Gardeners of Greene County will focus on the versatile and beautiful herb lavender. “Loving Lavender” [Read More]



Meditation

Meditation

Read Mark 16:1-7 [The women] asked each other, “Who will roll the stone away from the entrance of the tomb?” —Mark 16:3 (NIV) As a little girl, I adored my daddy. When he and my mother were in their eighties, my family enjoyed having them live with us. One [Read More]





Cowboy Poetry

Conviction By Joe Kreger

Did you ever experience a white-hot August day when you were out a fixin' fence, or, maybe haulin' hay? Just make it to a shade tree, an' you'll be doin' fine. Editor's note: Joe Kreger writes from his home in Tonkawa, Oklahoma. [Read More]


Everyday Getaways

Visit the Heart of Oklahoma, home of racetrack champs

Much of central Oklahoma is like this; two lane byways wander through homey little towns such as Goldsby, Lexington, Washington, Wayne and Purcell, which make up the aptly named "Heart of Oklahoma." Traveling the Interstate, north or south, it's hard to miss the giant "See us for ANTIQUES" billboards that promise to provide over 150,000 square feet of vintage merchandise along Main Street in Purcell. But the most notable are the many uniquely different antique shops that guarantee to satisfy ... [Read More]


Junior Journal

Powerful plants meet tough tanks

Maybe you know of a playground where there are some bare spots in the grass. The cause of this is wear and tear from many feet—maybe even yours. The same thing can happen at military bases. Huge, heavy vehicles like [Read More]






Archives Search


click here for
DAILY CASH BIDS

Market Snapshot


Inside Futures


Editorial Archives

Browse Archives


High Plains Journal agriculture news RSS Feed
Add agriculture and ranching news RSS XML feed to My Yahoo!
Add agriculture and livestock RSS XML news feed to Google