HAYS – Lang Diesel, Inc. has issued a call for entries to all Kansas-based 4-H groups to showcase their creativity in an online video contest called Growing Together.
TOPEKA – The Kansas Grain and Feed Association has awarded a dozen Kansas high school seniors scholarships for the 2015-2016 school year, including the following students from central and southwest Kansas:
TOPEKA – The Kansas Agribusiness Retailers Association has chosen five Kansas students to receive college scholarships for the 2015-2016 school year, including two from this region:
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reminds farmers that the 2014 Farm Bill requires producers to file a Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservation Certification form (AD-1026) with their local USDA service center by June 1 in order to become or remain eligible for crop insura…
PORTLAND, Ore. – For decades, farmers have routinely fed antibiotics to livestock to fatten up the animals and protect them from illnesses amplified by confined conditions.
GARDEN CITY – The 2015 edition of the K-State Cattle Feeders College is planned for May 14 at the Scott County Indoor Arena and Activities Center, 610 E. Fairground Road in Scott City.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Bill MacFarlane has been anxious since a case of a deadly bird flu strain was recently confirmed in domestic poultry just 50 miles from his southern Wisconsin farm, the largest pheasant operation in North America that supplies 1.8 million birds each year to the game bird …
For at the last 15 months, Kansas geologist Rex Buchanan estimates, he’s spent 90 percent of his time studying something once relatively rare in the state – earthquakes.
Manhattan – Assistant Kansas Secretary of Agriculture Susan Metzger testified today to a Senate Agriculture Committee hearing on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s “Waters of the Unites States” or WOTUS proposed rule.
At least one state official finally has dismissed the crazy notion of building a 360-mile aqueduct uphill to carry water from the Missouri River to water-thirsty western Kansas.
Kansas has more than 6,000 dead towns. Here are a few of them I traveled to as a Hutchinson News journalist.