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The Governor’s Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas recently hosted nearly 600 attendees to discuss gains made and lost in the fight for Kansas’ water supply in the future.
The Nov. 8 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report raised forecasted 2019 total red meat and poultry production from October, based on higher production expected across all segments.
In many parts of the High Plains, farmers are looking for a way to make the most of the water they have available, whether it is through irrigation or Mother Nature.
Anne-Marie Roerink, principal of 210 Analytics, describes the changing food culture, how consumers interact with beef and where cattlemen have opportunities to interact with consumers. This video news is provided by Certified Angus Beef LLC and the American Angus Association. Visit www.CABca…
Colorado—Compared to last week, trade activity and demand moderate. In southwest Colorado, high quality hay supplies of horse hay are dwindling while mid to low quality supplies are readily available. Trade activity is increasing in the San Luis Valley on Dairy hay and retail hay.
I was scrolling through Twitter recently and the tweet at the top happened to be from a farmer in southwest Kansas. To the effect it said, "No farm or land is worth your family. Get a job, file bankruptcy if you have to. Don't do this to your loved ones. There IS life after farming." He shared a link to a Washington Post article about calls to suicide hotlines around the country are rising.
I had driven quite a few hours the days preceding this trip to Claremore and battled heavy rainfall, flooding and nearly hitting a deer the night before. I was sore and achy from sitting in a car, tired from the late night before and early morning on the road, but driving up to conduct an interview in a place like A Bar Ranch never fails to give me a jolt of energy and I forget about the c…