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The world is my oyster

Self-absorbed. It's all about me. I am the center of the universe.

August 13, 2016 | John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau | Agriculture


Three new K-State wheat varieties released through Kansas Wheat Alliance

Kansas State University's Plant Genetics Materials Release Committee met July 27, where they approved the release for three new hard red winter wheat varieties.

August 06, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture


Don’t mess with perfection

Since I first bit into my first Buffalo wing in the early '70s I've loved eating the spicy, tasty treat. I was back east visiting an old Army buddy, Steve Devaux, who lives in New York. He took me to a bar that served the wings up right.

August 06, 2016 | John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau | Agriculture


Governor Brownback proclaims August as Farmers’ Market Month

In recognition of the important role farmers' markets play in Kansas communities, Governor Sam Brownback proclaimed August as Farmers' Market Month in Kansas.

August 06, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture


Bar F Farms to host 50th KLA/K-State Ranch Field Day

The Kansas Livestock Association (KLA) and Kansas State University will celebrate their 50th ranch management field day in the ongoing series August 15 at Bar F Farms near Larned. The field days started in 1997 at the Bluff Creek Ranch near Ashland and have continued for nearly 20 years, with ranchers all across the state opening their gates for tours and educational sessions on various industry topics.

August 06, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture


K-State alumni assume new leadership positions on board of directors

The K-State Alumni Association board of directors transitioned its membership and leadership June 4 during the board's annual meeting in Manhattan.

August 06, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture


Pre-plant wheat school

Believe it or not, fall is fast approaching, and soon it will be time to plant the 2017 wheat crop. Right now many producers are thinking about the different attributes that go into picking a variety of wheat to plant for the next year. Decisions to be made about a specific variety include disease resistance, straw strength, and drought hardiness to name a few. Other decisions that need to be thought over before planting even starts might include seed treatment options, drill performance and timing.

August 06, 2016 | Alicia Boor | Agriculture


The Importance of Weight and Measures in Agriculture (Part II)

Last week's column was a brief review of what a commercial scale is and what is legally required for it to be used to buy and/or sell an item or product. This week, let's go over what as a buyer or seller you should expect under Kansas Statute. This applies to both the agricultural community and consumers.

August 06, 2016 | Dr. Victor L. Martin | Agriculture


Summit on Agricultural Growth to be held August 30

Leaders from across the state will focus on the future of agriculture this month as the Kansas Department of Agriculture will host the 2016 Kansas Governor's Summit on Agricultural Growth on Tuesday, August 30, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Manhattan Conference Center. Agriculture is the state's largest industry, employer and economic contributor and plays a critical and strategic role in overall statewide economic growth.

August 06, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture


Vote – make a difference

A wise man once said, If you don't vote, someone else is voting for you on issues that are important in your life. This is particularly true as we head into the final stretch of the election season.

July 30, 2016 | John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau | Agriculture


Kansas producers reminded of nearing deadline to submit nominations for Farm Service Agency County C

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Kansas Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director, Adrian Polansky, SED, today reminded farmers, ranchers and other agricultural producers that they have until Aug. 1, to nominate eligible candidates to serve on local FSA county committees.

July 30, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture


Sugarcane aphid

This week's column is an excerpt from the e-Update that is released by the K-State Research and Extension Agronomy Department. Sugarcane aphid is back in Kansas, and could very well be a major issue in Sorghum fields very soon. If you think you have sugarcane aphid in your field you can contact me at 620-793-1910.

July 30, 2016 | Alicia Boor | Agriculture


The Importance of Weight and Measures in Agriculture (Part I)

First, let's update the drought monitor. As of Tuesday only small parts of the state were rated as abnormally dry, even with the heat of the previous week and not counting any precipitation over the last five days. Now, why discuss today's topic? Sound kind of dull doesn't it? Believe it or not the science of weighing and measuring, metrology, is vital in all aspects of your life and no more so than in the area of agriculture. Barton Community College is working with the Kansas Department of Agriculture providing continuing education and testing for the scale ...

July 30, 2016 | Dr. Victor L. Martin | Agriculture


How Crops Cope with Heat

According to weather reports, the 100 degree heat is supposed to break starting today with temperatures a more normal ninety or so degrees with chances for rain. We cope with heat through air-conditioning, drinking plenty of fluids, dressing appropriately, finding shade, and sweating. But have you ever wondered how crop plants cope with excessive temperatures or why plants wilt? They can't hide or sweat but within limits they have very effective coping mechanisms. Please keep in mind this is the Readers' Digest version.

July 23, 2016 | Dr. Victor L. Martin | Agriculture


USDA reminds Kansas producers of Aug 1. deadline

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Kansas Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Adrian Polansky reminds farmers and ranchers that they have until Aug. 1 to enroll in Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and/or Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs for the 2016 crop year.

July 23, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture


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Farmers and ranchers of KFB to meet in Manhattan

MANHATTAN – More than 800 Farm Bureau members from across Kansas will gather in Manhattan Dec. 3-5 for their organization's 99th annual meeting.

November 18, 2017 | Special to the Tribune | Agriculture


Test plots important for farmers

After last year, the sugarcane aphid in sorghum was very much on the forefront of everyone's mind when it came to choosing a variety ...

November 18, 2017 | Special to the Tribune | Agriculture


Kansas, agriculture and the obvious

Thursday's Tribune featured an article about the importance of agriculture to the economy of Kansas, the number of people obtaining their livelihood from some ...

November 18, 2017 | Special to the Tribune | Agriculture


Help wanted – careers in agriculture

This week Barton Community College along with public and private post-secondary institutions and business participated in a two day career fair in Hutchinson. According to ...

November 11, 2017 | Dr. Victor L. Martin | Agriculture


It’s about safety

While a farm or ranch can be the most wonderful place in the world to raise a family, it comes with its own special set ...

November 11, 2017 | John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau | Agriculture


Governor’s water conference focuses on water resource management

MANHATTAN - Approximately 600 attendees with diverse water interests were encouraged at the Governor's Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas to keep pushing ...

November 11, 2017 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture


Grazing stocks and crop residues

After the harvest comes the bounty. I'm not sure who said that line or if I just made it up, but I like this ...

November 11, 2017 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture


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