MANHATTAN – Come join the discussion with Jeff Rasawehr, Ohio farmer and co-founder of Cover Crop Ranch, about integration of cover crops within a crop production system. He, plus several Kansas State University and industry experts, will discuss cover crops, pasture weed management, grazing…
NEWTON - The Kansas Water Office’s Equus-Walnut Regional Advisory Committee will meet at 1 p.m. Feb. 27 to discuss water issues affecting the basin and the state.
WINFIELD – National Cattlemen’s Beef Association CEO Kendal Frazier will headline the program at the Cowley County Livestock Association’s annual meeting and dinner on Feb. 28 at Camp Horizon, 30811 Horizon Drive in Arkansas City.
WICHITA – The Sedgwick County Extension Office is offering two youth lawn-mowing clinics on March 22. The classes will be from 9:20 to 11 a.m. and 1:20 to 3:30 p.m. at the Sedgwick County Extension Education Center, 7001 W 21st St. North in Wichita. Check-ins start at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.
MANHATTAN – U.S. pork producers are transitioning from using individual gestation crates to instead housing gilts and sows in groups, but it poses challenges, including the ability to monitor feed consumption. To remedy that, producers increasingly have started using electronic sow feeding (…
To maximize the yield potential of winter canola, producers should topdress with nitrogen, sulfur, and possibly boron in the winter. Producers should make topdress applications with consideration for the environmental conditions, the nutrients needed, and the application method.
Jeff Rasawehr, of Celina, Ohio, and co-founder of Cover Crop Ranch, will present “Making a Cover Crop Your Most Valued Crop” at the Western Kansas Forage Conference on Feb. 20.
Thanks to timely rains last year, Mount Hope-area farmer Jeff Winter figures on some of his fields he pumped half the amount of water that he normally uses to irrigate his crops.
TOPEKA – Garden City Mayor Chris Law wasn’t in Topeka Tuesday, but he would have liked what was said.
Kansas has more than 6,000 dead towns. Here are a few of them I traveled to as a Hutchinson News journalist.
Ghost towns by their nature can be pretty haunting.
YAGGY - In the distance, two tall white homes still stand, just as magnificent as they ever were.