Last week's column addressed soil testing as a way to increase efficiency and optimize fertilizer input costs. This week will tackle other decisions producers make to wisely use inputs and manage the cost of inputs. Those not involved in production agriculture sometimes don't really understand that as much time goes into planning, book and record keeping, and managing finances as goes into the actual production of crops.
January 17, 2016|
Dr. Victor L. Martin
Most of us with a cable, newspaper or Internet subscription are familiar with the 21st Century's global epidemic: Sudden Jihad Syndrome. First identified outside the laboratory by Daniel Pipes, the disease is typically confined to males.
If you are like many Americans, you may have resolved to get a handle on your finances during 2016. Take heart because there is plenty of reason for optimism: you do not have to reinvent the wheel. There are some tried-and-true methods that have worked for many and can for you as well. Your Better Business Bureau has the following advice for anyone attempting to reign in household budgets during the coming year.
The following well-balanced and nutritious Friendship Meals will be served for lunch at the Great Bend Senior Center, 2005 Kansas Ave. Meals are served with milk; donations for coffee and tea are accepted.
Greg and Chris Hobbs of Hays, announce the engagement of their daughter, Summer Hobbs to Dylan Demel, son of Mark and Barbara Demel of Hoisington. Grandparents of the couple are Lawrence and Louise Younger, Esther Boxberger, the late Earl Hobbs, the late Shirley Hobbs, the late Frederick Boxberger, and the late Frank and Mary Demel.