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America’s Farmers Grow Communities Program provides $2,500 Donations in 81 Kansas Counties

As the leaves on trees begin to change and evenings become shorter, farmers throughout Kansas are busy harvesting crops. While they are hard at work in the fields, farmers are also working hard to make a positive impact in their communities by participating in Monsanto Fund's America's Farmers Grow CommunitiesSM . This program offers farmers in more than 1,200 counties across 38 states, the unique opportunity to designate a $2,500 donation to their favorite local non-profit organization.

October 31, 2010 | | Agriculture

Ag Insight

Sometimes common sense and fairness prevail.

October 30, 2010 | BY JOHN SCHLAGECK Kansas Farm Bureau | Agriculture

Tin Man Oriley going to the AQHA World Show

Tin Man is qualified for the AQHA World Show in the Yearling Halter Stallion class. He is owned by Duane and Jeri Brozek of Brozek Quarter Horses of Ellinwood and is shown by George Brozek of Ellsworth. Tin Man's Sire is Blackbar Oriley and his Dam is Imagine Golden Tin all owned by

October 24, 2010 | | Agriculture

KRC Conference

"Connecting Cows, Carbon and Carrots: Making Sense of Our Food Future"

October 24, 2010 | | Agriculture

Rick Snell's Ag Roundup


October 24, 2010 | Rosey Randolph | Agriculture

NRCS extends sign-up period for Conservation Stewardship Program-applications will be accepted throu

Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Chief Dave White recently announced the ranking period cut-off date for producer applications in NRCS' Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) has been extended to Jan. 7, 2011.

October 24, 2010 | | Agriculture

Environment Quality Incentive Program (EQIP)

The deadline to sign up for the 2011 EQIP funding is Nov. 15. This program pays producers to set aside irrigation during the contract period. Producers applying through this program are eligible for $150 per acre for a four year contract-payment for three years.

October 24, 2010 | | Agriculture

Beef Marketing Group hosts transportation training to focus on low stress animal handling

The Beef Marketing Group (BMG) hosted a training seminar with Tyson Fresh Meats to educate transportation companies and feedlot personnel on BMG policies related to cattle transport; current outside industry pressures; accountability; transport regulations; low-stress handling; and emergency action plans. The training seminar was held Oct. 20 in Lyons.

October 24, 2010 | | Agriculture

Grazing School delivers profit-enhancing lessons

The cattle business is no place to be below average. In 2009, there was a $357 per cow difference in net return between top-third Kansas producers and those in the bottom third. Higher costs were the 800-lb. gorilla in the pasture for the least profitable operations and, among those, feed expense took a King Kong-size bite out of profits.

October 17, 2010 | | Agriculture

Be a good citizen - vote Oct. 12

They say you should never talk about politics or religion. I'm sure I have been guilty on both counts. This really isn't about politics though; it's about keeping and growing strong extension programs.

October 08, 2010 | By RICK SNELL | Agriculture

Exhibitors earn awards, valuable experiences at Junior Livestock Show

The 78th Kansas Junior Livestock Show (KJLS) offered numerous learning opportunities and rewards for exhibitors. During the state's largest youth livestock show, held September 24-27 in Wichita, 626 4-H and FF A members from 84 counties competed for auction premiums and scholarships by exhibiting 1,216 head of livestock. Major sponsors of the show are the Kansas Livestock Association, Kansas State University and the AgriBusiness Council of Wichita.

October 03, 2010 | | Agriculture

Sweet potato harvest around the corner

Sweet potatoes are one of the most nutritious vegetables we have. I did not grow any this year but quite a number of you gardeners out there did. I really like the taste so if you have any you want to get rid of, you can bring me a few.

October 02, 2010 | | Agriculture

Bluegrass sod webworm problems discussed

Out of sight, out of mind, that's how I usually operate. We don't have much bluegrass in our area, so after several calls on brown looking bluegrass lately that didn't have grubs; I am suspecting we have some bluegrass sod webworm activity. However, I didn't pick up on this right away because it has been several years since I personally have seen it.

September 25, 2010 | | Agriculture

A winning proposition

In communities across Kansas, farmers' markets continue to offer homegrown and homemade products. Everything from freshly picked fruits and vegetables to mouthwatering baked goods, fresh eggs, beef, lamb, pork, colorful flower arrangements and assorted bedding plants.

September 25, 2010 | BY JOHN SCHLAGECK | Agriculture

Kansas Farm Bureau staffer earns McCloy Fellowship

Kansas Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Coordinator Jeff Sutton, Marysville, leaves this week on an intensive three-week agricultural fellowship in Germany.

September 19, 2010 | | Agriculture

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Articles by Section - Agriculture

Starting vegetables indoors

January is often a cold and dreary month for many gardeners. However, planning for and starting vegetables and flower transplants from seed can make this ...

January 20, 2018 | Alicia Boor | Agriculture

Kansas Farm Bureau Century Farm applications are now being accepted

MANHATTAN - Tradition and heritage are a big part of what makes agriculture such an attractive way of life for so many Kansans. The lifeblood of ...

January 20, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture

Healthy choice

Can a person ever have too much of a good thing?

January 20, 2018 | John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau | Agriculture

Blowing in the wind

Not that Kansans already didn't know but the entire state now ranges from abnormally dry in the east/northeast to large swaths of moderate ...

January 20, 2018 | Dr. Victor L. Martin | Agriculture

A weather and wheat update

First, for those who wondered where winter was, the last few days gave you your answer. The disappointing aspect is the lack of any significant ...

January 13, 2018 | Dr. Victor L. Martin | Agriculture

Land leasing questions addressed

One of the more popular topics that I get questions on is about leasing land for cropping and pasture lands and the laws that address ...

January 13, 2018 | Alicia Boor | Agriculture

Grassroots’ participation needed in government

The 2018 Kansas legislative session convenes this week as legislators will consider many health-related topics. At the same time, they will struggle with other complex ...

January 13, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture

Cover your acres

On Jan. 16 and 17, K-State Research and Extension in partnership with the Northwest Crop Residue Alliance will host the 'Cover Your Acres Winter Conference ...

January 06, 2018 | Alicia Boor | Agriculture

USDA seeks applications for Innovative Conservation Grants by Feb. 26

SALINA - USDA is offering grants for innovative conservation technologies and tools. USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service plans to invest $10 million in the Conservation ...

January 06, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture

Agricultural resolutions for producers

We are now officially one week into the new year. Many made resolutions to lose weight, read a book, exercise and all the typical sorts ...

January 06, 2018 | Dr. Victor L. Martin | Agriculture

Kansans depend on grassroots journalism

People in Kansas, and across this country, depend on strong community journalism to keep them informed and connected to one another. In spite of all ...

January 06, 2018 | John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau | Agriculture


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