Growers Still Plan to Push Soybeans

According to Farm Futures latest survey of intentions for 2017. Producers said they expect to plant nearly 89 million acres to soybeans, up 6.6% from the all-time high set in 2016. Corn ground would fall 3.9% to 90.3 million acres.Continue

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Guardians of the Plains-Kansas Adjutant General's Department responds to Kansas Grass Fires

When people think of emergencies in Kansas, floods and tornadoes may come to mind. However, that may be changing after a series of fires blackened more than 1,000 square miles of Northwest, Southwest and Central Kansas all within a matter of 10 days in

Kansas, Nebraska & U.S. Cattle on Feed up slightly

Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in the United States for feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 10.8 million head on March 1, 2017. The inventory was slightly above March 1, 2016.

Kansas Wheat Crop challenged by lack of moisture

Dry winter weather that helped fuel wildfires in Kansas and other Plains states also left many wheat fields in need of moisture even as above-average temperatures pushed wheat plants to green up earlier than usual.

Senate Ag Committee holds conformation hearing on Perdue

Agriculture Secretary nominee Sonny Perdue appears to have won over the Senate Agriculture Committee and is headed for confirmation by the full Senate, after the committee votes to move Perdue forward.

USDA says no Tainted Brazilian Meat has entered U.S.

The U.S. Department of Agricultures (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced additional steps to keep the food supply safe for American families in light of the recent investigations of Brazils meat industry.

Craig Uden Testifies on Cattlemens Priorities for 2018 Farm Bill

Craig Uden, the president of the National Cattlemens Beef Association, called on Congress to authorize $150 million a year over five years for a stronger and more adequate foot-and-mouth disease (FMB) vaccine bank as part of the 2018 Farm Bill.

USDA Announces $6 Million to Aid Fire-Affected Farmers and Ranchers in Midwest

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is announcing the availability of more than $6 million in funding to implement practices that will help private farmers, ranchers and forest landowners affected by the wildfires blazing in Kansas, Oklahoma and Tex

Kansas wheat crop now at 38 fair and 36 good

As of Sunday, Kansas topsoil moisture rated 29 percent very short, 45 short, 26 adequate, and 0 surplus. Subsoil moisture rated 21 percent very short, 40 short, 39 adequate, and 0 surplus. Lack of rain lowering wheat condition.

Spring update from New Frontier Ag

As spring arrives, it is time to get an update from Sam O'Toole from New Frontier Ag on what is going on with leasing, financing and the buying and selling of late model equipment.

Flinchbaugh on 2018 Farm Bill and a New U.S. Secretary of Agriculture

Deliberations are underway on the 2018 Farm Bill. Will there be big changes, or just some tweeks? K-State's Barry Flinchbaugh shares his outlook on the future of farm policy and a new U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. Poll

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