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Ag News Headlines
  • Pre-Plant Wheat School Aug. 6
  • Hay situation good in east, southeast, iffy in others
  • Kansas idea feeds 3 billion
  • Control honey locust trees in no-till crop fields
  • Drought and poor wheat harvest in Kansas has effects on national economy
  • Climate change provides good growing conditions for charcoal rot in soybeans
  • Momentum remains strong for U.S. pork, beef exports
  • USDA continues farm bill implementation with provisions to help farmers manage risk
  • Ethanol sector wages outpace other Nebraska industries
  • Conservation helps rare butterfly
  • Quarter-scale tractor teams score high at international competition
  • Canola showcased at College Station field day
  • The next-to-last place any farmer should visit is here
  • Brownback pushes back on "federal overreach"


  • Technology

    USDA awards funds to promote development of rural wood to energy projects

    Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced the award of more than $2.5 million in grants to develop wood energy teams in 11 states [Read More]

    Scientists complete chromosome-based draft of the wheat genome

    Several Kansas State University researchers were essential in helping scientists assemble a draft of a genetic blueprint of bread wheat, also known as commo [Read More]

    How's the air out there on the farm?

    Lasers are used for lots of cool things these days. They’re used at supermarket check-out lines to scan the price of items. They’re used by eye surgeons for fixing peoples’ vision, for engraving patterns on g [Read More]


     






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