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55 Public University Ag Deans Express Strong Support for Continued Robust U.S. Agricultural Exports

Ahead of the discussions on adjustments to NAFTA, a group of 55 agriculture deans from public universities across the country send a letter to key people outlining the vital importance of NAFTA to the agricultural community.

New Kansas winter wheat varieties available for fall planting

Kansas State University researchers have developed three new wheat varieties best suited for different growing conditions and available for the first time this year. The varieties are Larry, Zenda and Tatanka.

Corn Condition Improves while Soybean Condition Declines this week

The latest report from USDA-NASS shows 62% of Corn is in good/excellent condition, 97% silking, 61% dough stage, 16% dented.59% of Soybeans are good/excellent down 1% from last week. 94% of beans are blooming, and 79% are setting pods.

Nebraska farmers encouraged to submit comments to the EPA regarding WOTUS and RFS

Nebraska corn farmers now have an opportunity to share their opinions with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on two issues impacting agricultural policy and regulation.

Poll: Tax Reform Needed for Farmers and America

A commanding majority of American voters support tax reform, a nationwide poll shows, while most voters also support tax changes that would benefit Americas farm and ranch families.

Essential Wheat Crop Quality Analysis is Underway

Because no two crops are alike, the worlds flour millers, bakers and wheat food processors must have some assurance that the wheat they buy will meet their needs.

Exports of U.S. Feed Grains In All Forms Setting Records As End of Marketing Year Nears

Exports of U.S. feed grains in all forms (GIAF) are up 20 percent year-over-year from September-June to 96.9 million metric tons, according to data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and analysis by the U.S. Grains Council (USGC).

The Good, Bad and Ugly when spraying new herbicides' formulations in soybeans

The Good, Bad and Ugly when spraying the new herbicides' formulations on soybeans was one of the topics at this years Soybean Management Field Days. Yes, dicamba is a big part of the conversation.

Farm Economy Softens Further, But Shows Signs of Stabilizing

The prolonged downturn in the farm economy continued in the second quarter of 2017. However, data from the Kansas City Feds Survey on Agricultural Credit Conditions shows the farm economy may finally be starting to stabilize.

Wheat Streak Mosaic is timely issue at WheatU event

Dr. Erick De Wolf, professor of plant pathology at Kansas State University, was the keynote speaker at WheatU and his topic was a timely one - "Wheat Streak Mosaic, an old enemy with devastating impact."

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