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Forage, hay insurance may help reduce drought risk, economist says

As reported in High Plains journal an insurance management program may help hay and forage growers protect their bottom line in light of drought...

Conservatives opposing ‘woke’ culture win seats on the Kansas Board of Education

By Suzanne Perez KMUW Conservatives frustrated with Kansas public school policies won seats on the state Board of Education on Tuesday and could push to reshape...

Increased gluten quality varieties coming soon to a wheat field near you

Type the word gluten—the protein found in wheat, barley and rye—into any internet search engine and the first web page that pops up is...

Application Period Open for Fall, Winter Special Hunting Opportunities

Kansas City, Kan. – The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) is currently accepting applications for 2022-2023 “Special Hunts” – hunts conducted on...

Inflation’s silver lining — shoppers choose local food over national brands as prices increase

By Elizabeth Rembert / Harvest Public Media Published July 21, 2022 at 10:43 AM CDT High input costs have pushed up food prices at grocery stores. But local...

Drivers Urged to Avoid a Meltdown and a Breakdown During the Heatwave

Drivers Urged to Avoid a Meltdown and a Breakdown During the Heatwave AAA reminds motorists of toll extreme heat can take on humans and their...

Carbon is agriculture’s latest money-maker. But is it enough to combat climate change?

By Dana Cronin Agriculture companies are increasingly paying farmers to capture carbon. But some say the newly budding carbon marketplace isn’t enough to fight climate...

Kansas reportedly landing $4 billion Panasonic factory that will make batteries for Tesla

A Japanese news agency is reporting that Panasonic chose Kansas for the plant because of its tax rates and taxpayer incentives. A subsidiary of Japanese...

Day 18, Final Kansas Wheat Harvest Report

For audio file, please visit kswheat.com. Written by Julia Debes for Kansas Wheat This is day 18 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you...

Wheat prices are really high. But drought could wither U.S. farmers’ chances of making a profit

KCUR | By Elizabeth Rembert, Harvest Public Media Russia’s invasion of Ukraine created high prices for wheat. But between drought and costly inputs, wheat farmers...

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