The Sedgwick County Extension Office has confirmed its first case of sugarcane aphids of 2017.
Irrigation projects that aim to improve Kansas’s diminishing underground water supply will be showcased across the state this month.
The drought plaguing eastern Montana and much of North and South Dakota came on quickly and is intensifying.
Western Kansas industries rely heavily on the immigrant workforce.
Farmers hope to compensate for low winter wheat yields.
In unwelcome news for American farmers, Japan said that it was imposing emergency tariffs of 50 percent on imports of frozen beef.
The weekly U.S. Drought Monitor released says nearly 11 percent of the continental United States is in moderate drought or worse.
Reducing water use by 28 percent would make the aquifer sustainable for the next 10-20 years.
State officials have ordered the slaughter of nearly 300 hogs at a county fair in southwest Ohio.
Ranchers have to make sure their cattle are safe as well.
Hot temperatures and little to no rain is causing some concern for some Kansas corn farmers.
Crops have endured drought, ice, blizzards, fires, and disease.
The latest government snapshot shows the Kansas winter wheat harvest is almost complete.
The latest government report shows the winter wheat harvest is wrapping up in many parts of the state.
The history over who gets to use “milk” reaches back to at least 1997, when a soy foods group petitioned the FDA to recognize “soymilk.”