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.
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.
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.