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.
Authorities say an incurable animal disease has now been confirmed in two more Kansas horses.
Kansas corn conditions are not looking promising compared to years past, according to agriculture experts.
Experts urge farmers to control volunteer wheat 2 weeks before planting.
He says the Department of Agriculture is facing a 3 percent cut, but crop insurance is worth keeping intact.
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.
Western Kansas industries rely heavily on the immigrant workforce.
Farmers hope to compensate for low winter wheat yields.