Farmers in 20 counties in the Western Lake Erie Basin have an additional $2 million dollars to help prevent soil erosion and nutrient runoff into Lake Erie.
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown made the … [Read More...]
The aquaculture industry is a growing market for US soybeans. By using soybeans instead of fishmeal, there is the potential to increase the sustainability and affordability of farm-raised … [Read More...]
“A sad day for agriculture” is what Missouri Cattlemen’s Association Executive Vice President Mike Deering calls Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of two ag bills earlier this week. Deering says he … [Read More...]
The state of Kansas is developing a 50-year plan for managing water in the state.
According to Tracy Streeter, director of the Kansas Water Office, the wide variation in rainfall from west to east … [Read More...]
Even at this point in the growing season, field scouting is important. Alex Johnson, Team Sales Agronomist for Beck’s Hybrids says for both the soybean crop and the corn crop there are some things … [Read More...]
The focus of the recent Midwest Soil Improvement Symposium in Manhattan, Kansas was on research and practical insights into using gypsum in crop production. One of the speakers was the founder of … [Read More...]
Have you ever wondered why honey comes in so many different shades? Fuzzy Pipkins with the Missouri Beekeepers Association says whether honey is light or darker depends on what nectar the bees have … [Read More...]
The animal rights movement isn’t having a good year, mainly because the 800-lb. gorillas of the movement aren’t having a good year. Despite lots of noise and heavy spending, there have been no … [Read More...]
I’m not going to lie. I puddled up like a school girl when we got the news early last Wednesday morning that the Missouri Right to Farm Amendment had passed. So many people had … [Read More...]
Four years ago the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games were held in Lexington, Kentucky. The games are coming up August 23 through September 7, this year in Normandy, where Elizabeth Bagby, Corporate … [Read more...]