Every year I stand in the card aisle, flipping through and rejecting card after card, just trying to find the least objectionable one to send to my farmer dad for Father’s Day.
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High domestic meat demand is moving product just about as fast as United States producers can raise it, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Economist David Anderson. Anderson spoke about livestock trends during a June 6 webinar with cattlemen, hosted by the Extension service.
Registration for the summer 2019 Crop Management Clinic is now open. New to this year’s clinic will be an extra day of training, education and discussion with a total of 19 scheduled learning sessions, covered by 15 Iowa State University Extension and Outreach specialists. The clinic will be…
Mark McCully, longtime vice president for the Certified Angus Beef ® brand and current CEO of the American Angus Association, talks about value in the beef carcass and its role in the current market.
Pratt Livestock, Pratt, Kansas reported 3,549 head of cattle selling on June 13, compared to 3,322 head a week ago and 4,638 head the previous week, according to the USDA to Kansas Department of Agriculture Market News, Dodge City, Kansas.
While lemon is a traditional summer flavor, you can add a little extra to your gatherings—from picnics and brunches—with this classic dessert. Quick and easy to make, these Lemon Bars feature a soft crust and a tangy, sweet filling topped with powdered sugar.
At first glance, a notice in a recent issue of The Spearville News looked like an ordinary sale advertisement for Kelly’s Corner Grocery. Instead, the ad revealed discouraging news about the store from owners Kelly and Kayla Persinger: “With yearly sales spiraling down for the last three years, we have no choice left but to close our doors.”
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Whether you enjoy cucumbers pickled, fresh or even sautéed, this member of the gourd family will keep you “cool” this spring. Cucumbers are fat free, sodium free and a good source of vitamin C. Choose firm cucumbers with dark green color that are heavy for their size. Look for Colorado cucumbers at your local farmers’ market, grocery store or at restaurants across the state. The Colorado D…