Commodity Classic, the largest farmer led, farmer-focused agricultural and educational experience, looked a little different as it was held in a virtual platform due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. The event celebrated its 25th anniversary this year and the digital format allowed the directors to offer over 50 educational sessions to attendees—more than any other year at Commodity Classic.
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Great Plains Manufacturing, Salina, Kansas, and Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, have signed a master agreement to begin a research and testing partnership.
The National Pork Producers Council announced its new officers and members named to its board of directors at its National Pork Industry Forum, held in Des Moines, Iowa.
Climate change and agriculture’s role in mitigating it is the talk of Capitol Hill now that President Joe Biden has taken office. But agricultural interests and farm organizations want Congress to know—any climate smart agricultural solutions that are proposed must be written to the benefit …
Tama Livestock, Tama, Iowa, reported receipts of 795 head of feeder cattle selling on March 1, compared to 829 head on Nov. 16, according to the USDA-Iowa Department of Agriculture Market News, Des Moines, Iowa.
Some desserts deliver sweet taste that satisfies taste buds while others provide a rich flavor that lingers long after you've finished that last delicious bite. When you're pondering which type of dessert you'd like to make at home, it may be difficult to decide which direction to take.
Almost nothing says comfort food like a freshly baked casserole. Next time your family asks for a warm, comforting meal, try this Rotisserie Chicken-Biscuit Casserole with just a handful of ingredients and less than 15 minutes of cook time.
As a subzero front moved in last week leaving weathermen awestruck with the record-breaking cold temperatures heading across the central U.S., everyone else was preparing to deal with freezing temperatures and snow. Ranchers were scrambling to make homemade windbreaks, put out bale after bale of hay and sharpen axes for heavy duty ice chopping. Some bought salt to clear sidewalks and most …
Whether it’s a home-cooked meal, a tasty snack or a delicious dessert, sometimes the best recipes are the easiest. Take your sweets to the next level by adding an option to your cookbook that’s as simple as it is tempting and satisfying.
Rally the family together to make and eat these bite-sized versions of corn dogs for an enjoyable, kid-friendly activity and snack. Parents will enjoy them, too, because they’re easy to make, easy to eat and clean-up is a snap.
If your family ever gets stuck in a dinner routine rut, it can feel like you’re eating the same recipes over and over again.
During a school year that’s sure to be a new experience for students and parents alike, many of the everyday necessities, like eating breakfast and lunch, remain. However, this year, many little learners will be enjoying their lunches from the comfort and safety of home rather than at school, meaning moms and dads are back in charge of keeping the kitchen running throughout the day.