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ISSUE DATE: 10/18/2010

Fall harvest sets record in Kansas

By Doug Rich

Kansas always will be known around the world as the wheat state, but corn is definitely king this fall.

Kansas' corn growers are projected to harvest 607.2 million bushels of corn from 4.7 million acres. Total bushels are down three percent from the August estimate of 629.2 million bushels but still up one percent from last year's record production of 598.3 million bushels. The 4.7 million acres planted to corn is the highest planted acreage for corn in Kansas since 1936.


Chambliss introduces legislation to modernize worker program
Extension volunteers honored for contributions
Fish nutrition studies explore health benefits
Fortified milk delivers extra calcium, protein
Getting farmers, ranchers back to work
Iowa State Ag Career Fair is Oct. 19
Judge rules ranchers are due compensation
K-State professors receive graduate faculty awards
K-State to host S-CAP workshops
MAST program will build management skills
McCook Farm and Ranch Expo
Minnesota farm income saw sharp drop in 2009
Moran, Peterson request changes to Cuban trade policies
NAFEC elects new officers
October is ag cooperatives month
Outstanding Alumni Award presented
RanchTV website offers educational videos
Rural cooperatives get USDA funding
Study shows farm-to-school benefits
Texas AgriLife Research bioenergy program receives $1 million grant
UNL Extension presents Panhandle Outstanding Service to Ag Award
USDA agencies to join scientific networking system
Western Farm Show adds Championship Tractor Pull
Workshop to strengthen agrosecurity planning


Avoid planting wheat after corn
Controlling weeds after fall harvest
Corn variety plots harvested
Evaluating response of corn to sulfur
Expected sugarbeet production up 21 percent from last year
Fall harvest sets record in Kansas
Farmer praised for large soybean yield
Field day offers tips for new producers
'Field to Fork' Workshop to guide ag producers
Growers to meet for Grape Camp Nov. 7
Halt soil losses
Harvesting black walnuts
Iowa farmers should destroy flood-damaged grain
KSA hosting Soybean Yield Contest
K-State entomologist earns national recognition
KWA funds wheat improvement at K-State
Mild, pleasant weather with little rain
New conservation program popular with landowners
New resource answers cotton harvest system questions
NMDA promotes wineries
No boll weevils caught in 2010 cotton season
Organic farmers press on despite recession
PCCA announces additional cash payments totaling $27.3 million
Plan ahead for western bean cutworm control
Record crop expected as harvest continues
Short-day onion study examines deficit irrigation
Study shows benefits of Bt corn
Ups and downs for 2010 cotton crop
USDA increases winter wheat crop estimate
Using coated clover seed
Watershed protection workshop to be held Oct. 21
Wheat Harvest Quality Report now available


2010 World Beef Expo ROV Show
Adequan Select World to stay in Amarillo
Agriculture Secretary debate focuses on egg recall
Agriculture still big business in the Ozarks
AHC's horse Welfare Code gains support
American Paint Horse takes the gold at 2010 World Equestrian Games
American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame announces inductees for 2011
APHA announces format for Championship Paint Horse Shows
APHA launches website for Regional Clubs
AVMA, AVMF offer incentives for food animal vets
Beef Financial Management Conference set for Nov. 9
Beef packer resumes shipping to Taiwan
Beef supply is hot topic at World Meat Congress
Bison farmers market workshop set for Oct. 29
BLM to gather wild horses in southern Wyoming
Cattle drive near Jackson continues
Consider composting for on-farm animal mortality
Demonstrations offered at World Equestrian Games
Dry weather pressuring cattle producers
Emaciated horse seized near Pierre euthanized
Equine stomach ulcer prevalence remains at 60 percent
Feeding Quality Forum registration opens
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo stimulates local economy
Investigators say egg company knew of salmonella
Iowa State professor joins ranks of top animal scientists
KAA to sponsor Angus sale in Pratt
Kansan to appear on I Am Angus program
Keystone Hereford Champions named
Know what you're getting: Help ensure safety, product performance by demanding FDA-approved product
Lane talks horses, life with Secretariat's owner
Limousin and Lim-Flex bulls prove carcass merit
Most of state upgraded to TB-free status
NCBA defends cattle ranchers during forum
NILE announces Jr. Fed Lamb Show winners
Operation Gelding Program launches
Pain relief management for castration is an emerging issue
Pumping manure from deep pits safely
Ranches will be featured on I Am Angus show
Red Angus highlights achievements
Researchers study energy use in pig production
Sheep farm tour is Oct. 23
Small business bill benefits horse industry
Stacking medications may cause equine health problems
Totusek Lectureship slated at OSU
Trich regulation revisions adopted
Tulsa hosts Arabian Horse Show
USDA denies trade adjustment assistance
Young Stockmen's Academy tours agribusiness


Can government reports be trusted?
FSA director recognizes farmers
The tale of two 'propaganda' stories


Just a scoop full
Morality in trade
Multi-Function tool handy for tasks
New corn hybrids debut for 2011
The equestrian games offer lessons


Aberdeen cattle sales report
Ada livestock sales report
Ag markets remain in frenzy following USDA report
Amarillo livestock auction summary
Apache livestock auction report
Arkansas livestock auction summary
Clovis livestock sales report
Colorado feeder cattle summary
Conditions allow harvest to progress
Cooler weather needed to speed sugarbeet harvest
Cooler weather, but still above average temps
Dalhart livestock cattle report
Dodge City cattle sales report
Dry weather helps row crop harvest
Dunlap livestock sales report
Ericson livestock auction report
Faith livestock sales report
Ft. Smith livestock auction report
Georgia cattle auction summary
Goldthwaite sheep sales report
Grain market close
Hay prices steady in most trading areas
High Plains slaughter news
Ideal week for harvest
Joplin livestock auction report
Lexington livestock market report
McAlester livestock market report
Mild, pleasant weather with little rain
Most hay selling steady
Newell sheep sales report
North Arkansas livestock sales report
Ogallala livestock auction report
OKC West livestock market report
Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales
Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales
Pratt livestock sales report
Presho livestock auction report
Salina livestock auction report
South Central direct sheep
Soybean harvest continues
Springfield livestock auction report
St. Onge livestock sales report
Superior video auction report
Tulia livestock auction report
Tulsa livestock auction report
Unseasonably warm temps seen
Warm temps, little rain helps crops mature
Warm, dry conditions help harvest progress
West Plains regional cattle sales
Winter wheat mostly planted
Woodward livestock market report
Wyobraska cattle sales report


Grazing school delivers profit-enhancing lessons
Native ornamental grasses making a comeback
Selecting cool-season grasses for grazing, hay


Adults make 4-H possible
Colorado 4-H celebrates 100th birthday
Compost is nature's fertilizer
Cowboy Hall of Fame seeks nominations
Cowboy to perform trick-riding act
Delegates selected for 4-H National Congress
Helpful household tips
Letitia's space deceiving
Luttrell tops Missouri 4-H Dairy Judging Contest
Many ornamental plants can be moved in fall
Meditation for 10-18-10
Mushrooms appearing
NMSU to host hoop-house workshops
Planting cultivar walnuts
Preparation is the key for winter pond management
Ragweed may be source of revenue for farmers
Seasonal soups, sides and salads
The Fall
Waynoka FFA helps WHS alumni
Wellston FFA receives NRA grant
What to do with overabundant zucchini

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