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Even in winter, gardens need water

K-State horticulture expert shares tips for watering home landscapes MANHATTAN, Kan. – Snow across much of Kansas provided relief to landscapes during an abnormally dry...

KARL leadership program opens applications for newest class

Board sets April 1 deadline MANHATTAN, Kan. – A program that helps to develop leaders for agriculture, business and rural communities is now accepting applications...

Wheat Scoop: Don’t Miss Early Registration Rates for Women Managing the Farm Conference

For audio version, visit kansaswheat.org. Join keynote speaker Kansas cowgirl turned television host, Courtenay DeHoff, at the 2022 Women Managing the Farm Conference. The conference...

Kansas Profile – Now That’s Rural:  Ethan and Morgan Jones, LaSada Lodge 

 “LaSada.” That is said to be a Native American term for “place of peace.” It is also the name of a beautiful hunting lodge,...

Cattle Chat: Calve heifers early

K-State beef cattle experts share the advantages of calving heifers before the mature cows MANHATTAN, Kan. — Most would agree that watching a new life...

This blind Kansas farmer can still change a tire, know when to harvest

It’s not only in visual images that one remembers. Sometimes it’s the smell of fresh-cut wheat, the sound of a well-tuned tractor or the feeling of...

Insight: Building for the Future

Greg Doering, Kansas Farm Bureau All that’s left of the original home at the ranch is a foundation underneath an apple tree. Eventually, after years...

Garden Party: Save time, energy, money by planning now

K-State’s Patton shares tips for getting ahead on spring, summer gardens MANHATTAN, Kan. – Come spring and summer, the Big Three of many Kansas gardens...

State official outlines tax credit for donors to Kansas non-profit groups

Gale highlights benefits of program during monthly First Friday call MANHATTAN, Kan. – Doing a good deed in your community has its payoffs. That was a...

Cover Your Acres conference highlights agronomic, economic issues

Jan. 18-19 event to look at what drives profitability for crop producers OBERLIN, Kan. – The 19th annual Cover Your Acres winter conference will take...
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