The latest government report shows the winter wheat harvest is wrapping up in many parts of the state.
A federal jury in Kansas has awarded nearly $218 million to farmers who sued Swiss agribusiness giant Syngenta.
Early signs suggest average yields for this harvest.
President Trump is expected to announce a reversal of Obama-era policies to normalize relations with Cuba.
Winter wheat in southwest Kansas faces one final threat before the harvest.
Profits and opportunities are up, but the weather has caused some issues.
A fire at a north-central Kansas hog farm has injured a worker and killed 9,000 animals.
Rep. Marshall says his focus is on opening new international markets for the ag industry.
The ten-day event celebrates the cattle industry and began on Friday.
Last year’s record harvest made grain storage challenging.
Wheat streak mosaic virus has affected about 30 percent of wheat crops in the region.
Southeast Kansas farmers have seen a recent increase in net income.
The agency says that hail in northwestern Kansas has damaged some wheat and recently planted spring crops.
Uncertainty is growing among farmers as the steady supply of immigrant labor is threatened.
Grain elevators across Kansas are feverishly working to move last year’s grain out to make room for the new winter wheat crop.