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Ag News Headlines
  • Unique cotton research program featured at Manila field day
  • Wheat Innovation Alliance to hold Wheat Forum
  • FSA announces key dates for new farm bill programs
  • Top ag-producing Kansas counties overlay Ogallala Aquifer
  • USDA provides conservation easement funding
  • Kansas Secretary of Agriculture submits comments to EPA proposed Worker Standards
  • Farmers, ranchers work to conserve biggest aquifer in the U.S.
  • USDA invests $237,000 in renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in Kansas
  • Water research tackles growing grassland threats: Trees and woody vegetation
  • Oklahoma Wheat Growers urge USDA to follow the law
  • Colorado farmers urge USDA to implement drought relief
  • Corn grower visits foreign buyers to strengthen trade
  • Highland cattle: Rugged breed, healthy beef
  • Harnessing data is subject of Water for Food Global Conference

  • News

    Kansas Junior Livestock Show draws youth from across Kansas

    Youth from across the state entered 1,733 head of animals for the 82nd annual Kansas Junior Livestock Show (KJLS). A total of 760 4-H and FFA members from 90 cou [Read More]

    Nebraska, Missouri partners still top CAB percent

    By Steve Suther Certified Angus Beef Angus cattle just keep getting better, especially when managed with a long-term focus. Ten years ago, the Certified Angus Beef brand (CAB) set [Read More]

    KBC, BCI to host Beef Quality Assurance Certification Workshops

    The Kansas Beef Council and the Beef Cattle Institute at Kansas State University are partnering to host advanced beef cattle care and health training sess [Read More]

    Celebrate Kansas pork during October

    The month of October is an opportunity to highlight the 1,000 pig farms across the state that contribute more than $850 million to the Kansas economy and support more than 7,000 local jobs. Gov. Sam Brownback [Read More]

    History, known management available in Sunflower Supreme Replacement Heifer Program

    By Jaymelynn Farney and Mary Lou Peter K-State Research and Extension Money—it’s a word commonly being thrown ou [Read More]

    Teicholz bringing a 'Big Fat Surprise' findings to KLA convention

    The national dialogue about possible unintended consequences of promoting a low-fat diet will come to the KLA Convention when veteran investigative jo [Read More]

    South Central Texas cow-calf and trade show scheduled Oct. 24

    The 43rd annual South Central Texas Cow-Calf Clinic and Trade Show is scheduled Oct. 24 at the Washington County Fairgrounds sales facility in Brenham. Regis [Read More]

    Pork producers connect farm to fork during October Pork Month

    October became known as Pork Month because it marked the time of year when hogs were traditionally marketed. Today, it serves as a celebration to thank pork p [Read More]

    Stewart joins KLA legal staff

    Tucker A. Stewart joined the KLA staff as associate legal counsel this fall. Born and raised in Kansas, Stewart has been involved in every aspect of his family’s cow-calf operation, Mid Continent Farms and Jones Stewart An [Read More]

    Reward offered on cattle stolen from pens north of Kalvesta

    Irsik Family Partnership of Garden City has reported nine head of mixed 500 lb. steers and heifers stolen from pens five miles north of Kalvesta. The recently wea [Read More]

    Additional Headlines

    Kansas Junior Livestock Show draws youth from across Kansas

    BCI develops training modules in collaboration with $25 million research effort

    2015 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show registration is open

    GM feed: No risk to animal health

    $900,000 in Wolf Livestock Demonstration Grants announced

    Americans showing increased preference for pork

    Blood calcium sampling reveals high rate of subclinical hypocalcemia in transition dairy cows

    Quality and safety first

    CSU researcher tackles livestock pregnancy and BVDV infection

    Proper disposal of dead livestock is producer's responsibility

    Missouri Sheep Producers announce the retirement of industry great, Larry Mead

    Garrett to assist member services department

    The National Western Stock Show is looking for volunteers

    Women in ag conference to look at swine health

    The Lucky Pig has Iowa's 'Best Breaded Pork Tenderloin'

    Make time to body condition score cows

    New digital photography book features ladies of Montana ranching

    Nebraska fence laws and responsibility of landowners

    UW Extension hosts Riverton beef artificial insemination school

    Stockgrowers commend Johnson, Thune for defending COOL

    Minerva's chef named third Annual Rapid City Taste of Elegance Winner

    Growing dairy industry spotlighted at recent Southwest Dairy Day

    Rebuilding cow herds is among the topics at Nebraska State of Beef Conference

    Don Hutchens to receive USMEF Distinguished Service Award

    ICA tells Vilsack that producers' input is important in beef checkoff

    Grass farmers convene at Lake Ozark to share ideas on grazing livestock, Nov. 3-4

    Forty-five cattlemens' associations tell USDA: Don't hijack the checkoff

    Time to beef up farm safety

    Calling dairy producers: Oct. 28 webinar to focus on new farm bill program

    Annual OPSU Bull Test underway

    Upcoming Extension risk management meeting Oct. 29

    K-State researchers seek vaccines for tick-borne disease

    YSA members see all industry segments in tour of southern, western Kansas



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