Sheriff’s office says there are no leads in the investigation.
An analysis of federal data found the Ogallala aquifer shrank twice as fast over the past six years compared with the previous 60.
The #NoTysonSedgwickCounty group says this is the first organized meeting and they plan on having more.
The agriculture community has been divided over a decision by the Trump administration to block new livestock rules from taking effect.
WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – According to Tyson, the company contracts with local farmers to raise their chickens. So KSN wanted to know if Kansas…
“They’re just pandering to big corporations. They aren’t interested in the family farmer,” Sen. Charles Grassley, an Iowa farmer, said.
A rainy September made the ground too wet for many in western Kansas to plant.
A new seed is out on the market that’s protecting Kansas cotton from a problematic weed killer.
Farmers have to wait for the land to firm up before they can benefit from recent rain.
The latest government update on Kansas crops shows progress on winter wheat seeding is lagging behind usual for this time of year.
The cattle industry will contribute to that average increase, but ranchers aren’t celebrating.
Hard red winter wheat exports are flowing again from Kansas and other central states to the battered Gulf coast for shipment overseas.
A government report shows that planting for the 2018 winter wheat crop is now under way in Kansas.
A report shows Kansas farmers harvested a winter wheat crop this year that had lower than usual protein levels.
In 2017, Kansas saw the fewest acres of wheat in 60 years.