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Ag News Headlines
  • USDA to launch APH yield exclusion for 2015 spring crops; hard winter wheat still out
  • Crop prices to see slow recovery, FAPRI report says
  • Not too late to plant wheat, but risks increase with delays
  • EPA approves new herbicide, Earthjustice responds
  • The perfect pairing: Fall and Minnesota winery tours
  • Congested railways may not clear up until 2016
  • Soy buyers prefer predictability of U.S. shipments
  • Cold snap may have nipped Kansas sorghum, soybeans more than corn
  • 25 years of success--KARL is Kansas leadership based and global in reach
  • 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

  • News

    Farmers, ranchers work to conserve biggest aquifer in the U.S.

    With the help of the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, farmers and ranchers are working hard to conserve the Ogallala Aquifer, a 225,000-square [Read More]

    Researchers work to optimize water productivity

    U.S. Department of Agriculture researchers in Bushland, Texas, are helping farmers make the most of their water supplies in a region where they depend on the Ogallala Aquifer, a massive [Read More]

    CDA explores small hydropower opportunities

    Through the “Advancing Colorado’s Renewable Energy” program, the Colorado Department of Agriculture hopes to create a small hydropower road map for Colorado agriculture. In 2012, the Colorado G [Read More]

    U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance names eight finalists for its next 'Faces of Farming and Ranchin

    Recently, U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) announced t [Read More]

    USDA provides conservation easement funding

    By Larry Dreiling Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack Sept. 8 announced that $328 million in conservation funding is being invested to help landowners protect and restore key farmlands, grassl [Read More]

    Texas A&M AgriLife farm manager sees much change during tenure

    In his 29 years as farm manager, Al Nelson has seen much change take place on the sprawling 1,500-acre farm near College Station that serves as a research a [Read More]

    Plant Science's Gary Stacey named Missouri Curators Professor

    Gary Stacey, professor of Plant Sciences and Missouri Soybean Merchandizing Council Endowed Professor of Soybean Biotechnology, was named a University of Miss [Read More]

    No water: Not a matter of whether, but when

    By Kylene Scott News story after news story out of the Texas Panhandle reads like a broken record: It’s dry on the Plains, there’s less water to pump for irrigation and the Ogallala Aquifer is [Read More]

    Blackburn named NSP director of operations

    The National Sorghum Producers (NSP) has named Jennifer Blackburn director of operations. Blackburn previously held the position as NSP’s communications coordinator four and a half years before t [Read More]

    Additional Headlines

    Farmers, ranchers work to conserve biggest aquifer in the U.S.

    CDA explores small hydropower opportunities

    Rebate deadline approaching for organic farmers and processors

    Early leaf spot found on peanuts in research plot

    Kansas NRCS announces state CIG recipient

    Top ag-producing Kansas counties overlay Ogallala Aquifer

    Agriculture scholarship application available

    Agricultural bankers gather in Omaha to ponder future ag economy

    Learn to improve forage production at women in ag conference, Nov. 7-8

    NSA calling for research papers

    USDA provides help with blackbirds

    Wheat Innovation Alliance to hold Wheat Forum

    Unique cotton research program featured at Manila field day

    U.S. and Brazil resolve cotton trade fight

    Little bit of rain and a lot of hope

    Cashless Card refund deadline extended to Oct. 31

    Albany County Extension offers 'Annie's Project' sessions for farm, ranch women

    Kansas Grain Sorghum seeking director

    Natrona County secretary receives UW Extension's top award

    Applications being accepted to assist rural areas with water and waste issues

    NDA awarded federal specialty crop grant funds for 17 projects

    Nebraska governor and U.S. Senate candidates confirmed for conference

    Secretary of Agriculture announces Sorghum Checkoff Board appointments

    Despite lower crop prices, survey shows land prices up in 2014

    Alfalfa field day gives production tips, crop insurance information

    USDA announces 19 USB farmer-director appointments

    $1.7 million available to fund Minnesota agriculture research

    Nebraska farmers return from trade missions in Asia

    Nov. 15 deadline for Pasture, Rangeland and Forage Insurance sign-up

    Conservation Commission names new executive director

    Not gluten-free, but celiac safe

    USDA expands access to credit to help more beginning and family farmers

    AFGC forage conference set for Oct. 30



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