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Inspiration for a Farmer

Just as the sun rises each morning, Kansas farmers and ranchers begin each day dedicated to providing food and providing the best for their...

Diving into Cereal Rye

By Fred Cummings, manager, Manhattan Plant Materials Center Cereal rye, an annual small grain, is a popular cover crop among experienced producers and those who...

K-State Wins Reserve Champion Sweepstakes Award

Nine different judging teams contributed to the reserve championship MANHATTAN, KAN - The combined placing of nine agricultural competition teams at the 2018 North...

Crops are in focus at May 22 field day in Parsons

Day starts with complimentary breakfast and tour of 41 wheat variety plots PARSONS, Kan. – Parsons is the place to be on May 22 for...

Lower corn and soybean price volatility means lower crop insurance premiums

Consider more coverage, Kansas State University economist says MANHATTAN, Kan. – Amid tough circumstances farmers have faced the past couple of years with weaker crop...

NEBRASKA COVER CROP CONFERENCE SET FOR FEB. 15

Lincoln, Nebraska, Feb. 6, 2018 – The Nebraska Cover Crop Conference on Feb. 15 will offer information to growers in a corn/soybean rotation and...

“Our Farms, Our Futures” Conference Explores Sustainable Ag

What’s your vision for the future of sustainable agriculture? On April 3-5, NCAT and the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program will bring the nation’s...

Corn Yield and Soybean Production Up in 2017, USDA Reports

Winter Wheat Seedings and Grain Stocks also reported   WASHINGTON, January 12, 2018 – Across the Midwest, a lack of extreme heat helped boost the nation’s...

Sub-zero temperatures may have damaged Kansas wheat

Dry conditions put crop at even greater risk, but time will tell MANHATTAN, Kan. – The recent, stubborn cold spell that settled over the heartland...

Raising Nebraska wins international award for “Living Soils” exhibit

  The Living Soils exhibit at Raising Nebraska features a series of soil monoliths—large preserved samples of actual soil types from across the state. November 22,...

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Keriel Dairy Farm Barn Sale

Saturday, April 3 , 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. $5 PER CAR PARKING FEE Family-friendly • Lunch • Handmade Crafts Antiques • BEST Cupcakes...

Tips for keeping food safe during a power outage

K-State food scientist says when in doubt, throw it out MANHATTAN, Kan. – While much of Kansas and the Midwest have been spared so far...

People really love their houseplants!

People really love their houseplants! Some are easier to care for than others but we are always willing to give growing them a try....

KDA Announces 2021 Bluestem Pasture Survey

MANHATTAN, Kansas — The Kansas Department of Agriculture is seeking respondent feedback for the 2021 Bluestem Pasture Survey to collect information on native tallgrass...

Study: Obesity contributed to negative health impacts during early part of pandemic

K-State nutrition expert cites study that gives further support to maintaining             healthy lifestyle MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University...
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