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Wheat Scoop: Hoxie farmer tops triple-digit dryland wheat to win Kansas yield contest

Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] For audio version, visit kswheat.com. Triple-digit dryland wheat in northwest Kansas with only four inches of moisture this past summer seems impossible,...

Insight: A Rich Legacy

Glenn Brunkow Pottawatomie County farmer and rancher The annual meeting of Kansas Farm Bureau (KFB) is in Manhattan is coming the first weekend of December. I...

Farmers And Steel Builders Find Increased Difficulty Locating Supplies

Frank J. Buchman Columnist “Steel is in short supply.” Double meaning to the short comment. Farmers are still having trouble buying machinery. Builders who do steel construction...

Wheat Scoop: Kansas Wheat discusses HRW market opportunities during crop quality seminars in South America

Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] For audio version, visit kswheat.com. There is something fishy happening in Ecuador, but it is a good growth opportunity in a market...

Wheat Scoop: Congratulations to the Kansas winners in the 2022 National Wheat Yield Contest

Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] For audio version, visit kswheat.com. While triple-digit yields may have seemed impossible during this year’s drought, Kansas wheat producers exemplified how the...

Multi-Year Flex Accounts Can Help Manage Water Use in Drought Years

MANHATTAN, Kansas — As the drought continues to intensify across Kansas, many farmers have struggled to keep their crops alive amid the scarce water...

Wheat Scoop: Our Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes From Our Kitchen To Yours

Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] For audio version, visit kswheat.com. The familiar smells of cooking Thanksgiving dinner waft through the air each November, wrapping us all in...

KAWG applauds Mann for introducing SMART Act to expand global market access

Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] The Kansas Association of Wheat Growers (KAWG) applauds Representative Tracey Mann (R-KS-01), who joined his colleagues in introducing the Supporting Market...

Domestic demand for soybeans, export demand for corn keeps prices up

As reported in High Plains Journal, the Mississippi and Ohio rivers have sunk to historically low levels in the wake of the drought that...

Thirst for knowledge drives regenerative agriculture

As reported in High Plains journal as farmers continue their drive to learn about soil health, they should know that strategy is worth the...
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