Farm Finances: Focus on Costs, Increase Liquidity Mar 20, 2020

🕔Mar 20, 2020
Economic turmoil sparked by the COVID-19 virus means agricultural producers now more than ever, should do what they can to control costs and increase liquidity, according to agricultural economist Brian […]

Kansas: Dryland Soil Health Network Meeting, Hays, Feb. 18 Jan 30, 2020

🕔Jan 30, 2020
There’s no teacher like experience, and like any profession, farmers learn from their own experiences plus those of fellow growers and researchers. With that in mind, K-State Research and Extension […]

Southern Plains: Research to Boost Rainfed Ag – Improving Efficiencies, Soil Health Sep 17, 2019

🕔Sep 17, 2019
Kansas State University is leading a multi-agency team focused on improving water and nitrogen use efficiencies and improving soil health in the semi-arid southern Great Plains. The nearly $10 million […]

Kansas: Ag Risk and Profit Conference, Manhattan, Aug. 22 Jul 30, 2019

🕔Jul 30, 2019
Every day presents opportunities and challenges in agriculture. Kansas State University’s Risk & Profit Conference is a place to hear updated information Aug. 22-23 on topics ranging from big decisions […]

Kansas: Fall Field Day, Garden City, Aug. 22 Jul 23, 2019

🕔Jul 23, 2019
The 2019 K-State Southwest Research-Extension Center Fall Field Day is set for Aug. 22 at 4500 E. Mary Street in Garden City. Registration and industry booths open at 8 a.m.; […]

Kansas Weather: More Rain, Flooding Expected May 28, 2019

🕔May 28, 2019
Rainfall patterns that turned lawns and farm fields into unintended ponds and swelled rivers to capacity and beyond are likely to continue into June, according to weather specialists at Kansas […]

Corn: U.S.-China Trade Conflict Pulled Prices 20 Cents Lower May 23, 2019

🕔May 23, 2019
The trade conflict between the United States and China, which began brewing early last year pulled U.S. corn prices down an average $0.20 per bushel per month in the first […]

Kansas: Soy, Corn Prices Down – Looking at Alternative Crops Nov 27, 2018

🕔Nov 27, 2018
With precipitous drops in the price of corn, wheat and other crops traditionally grown in Kansas, some of the state’s farmers seek alternative growing options.  In parts of western Kansas, […]

Kansas Weather: Late Summer Rains Eased Drought; Northeast Counties Still Dry Sep 17, 2018

🕔Sep 17, 2018
A shift in weather patterns that began in early August brought welcome rain to drought-stricken Kansas, but even with the precipitation, the northeast part of the state is still parched. […]

Kansas: Dryland Ag Day, Tribune, Aug. 21 Aug 3, 2018

🕔Aug 3, 2018
Against the backdrop of a diminishing Ogallala Aquifer, dryland farming is increasingly moving into sharper focus. A Kansas State University field day planned in Tribune will feature research related to […]

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