After a year of uncertainty and being forced to hold a virtual event in 2020, High Plains Journal’s Cattle U & Trade Show will be back as an in-person event at the United Wireless Arena in Dodge City, Kansas, July 29 and 30. In its third year, Cattle U will continue to follow its two-day format with keynote speakers, panelists, breakout education sessions and the tradeshow.
High Plains Journal: Weekly Journal for Agriculture and Farming
HPJ is the premier source for livestock, farm machinery, crop production, harvest, irrigation, soil health, farms, ranches, commodity markets, agriculture policy, agribusiness and other agriculture news.
The demand for rural properties continues to be strong, according to those who help buyers and sellers. Don Hazlett, longtime real estate broker with Farm and Ranch Realty, Colby, Kansas, said the market for rural land is simple—it is hot. Read more from our spring Land Journal in the May 10 issue or at hpj.com.
Stripe rust is starting to show up in the hard red winter wheat belt states of Kansas and Oklahoma, according to Kansas State University’s agronomy experts.
McAlester Union Livestock Auction, McAlester, Oklahoma, reported receipts of 1,025 head selling a week ago, 1,375 head trading April 20 and 1,500 head selling a year ago, according to USDA-Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Market News, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Recently I took a drive through our pasture and noticed the grass starting to come up and flourish. As I looked out across the landscape, I couldn’t imagine this land any other way than pasture. The rocky cliffs, the deep valleys and other unique attributes that make it look the way it does, I thought there’s really nothing else someone could do out here. Growing crops would be a no-go on …
If your family is looking for a simple way to serve up a south-of-the-border classic, this Enchilada Casserole can be your ticket to a warm, filling meal.
Sweets with enhanced fruit flavors are often among the best of the best when it comes to family treats. Fruit can add levels of sweet, tart or even citrus flavor to all kinds of recipes.
Many families crave savory and delicious weeknight meals. After a long day of work and school, it’s time to gather around the table to share a mouthwatering meal and memories together.
Making sure your family members get a nutritious start to the day is an important job, and by focusing on a few wholesome ingredients, such as real milk, simple and healthful dishes can quickly become family favorites.
There are no alarms set and you are cuddled up in bed after a good night’s sleep. It’s late morning and there is nowhere to go, no rushing around to do. No school bus, no work to be done, just relaxing at home with loved ones. However, breakfast is calling your name.
Warmer spring weather makes the season a perfect time for families to enjoy brunch together. From classic combinations like bacon and eggs to more extravagant offerings, a brunch spread offers a blank canvas for creativity and opportunities to enjoy your loved ones’ favorite morning noshes.