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The renaissance cowboy
Along the bumpy, red brick street of downtown Cottonwood Falls, Kansas, sits Jim Bell & Son Western Wear. While big, glass windows, filled with the latest western trends, beckon passing patrons, the real charm sits in the heart of the store.
- Mushrush joins Farm Talk
- 2013 4-State Dairy Days set for June 21-23
- Shedding a light on mental health awareness month
- Armyworm sightings in southwest Mo.
- The renaissance cowboy
Delayed soybean planting may reduce yields
Soybean yields may be lower this year as weather forces farmers to postpone planting, says a University of Missouri Extension agronomy specialist.
- Farmers must apply fertilizer in growing fields
- Communications, record keeping critical in tough times
- Plant now, add nitrogen later
- MU Field Scouting Report: No freeze damage to wheat, delayed corn planting
- Delayed soybean planting may reduce yields
Early summer deworming affects summer weight gain
A five year deworming trial was conducted at the Eastern Oklahoma Research Station located at Haskell, Oklahoma. In this trial crossbred cows and their calves were randomly allotted to four treatments: 1) non-dewormed control, 2) deworm calf only; 3) deworm cow only; and 4) deworm cow and calf.
- Okla., ‘Gold’ cattle programs on schedule
- Extension specialist offers mineral shopping advice
- First MU Extension 'Dairy Field Day' set for June 20
- Effects of pork merger unknown
- Early summer deworming affects summer weight gain
- Area Farm & Ranch News
If we get a little stretch of warm and sunny weather, it won’t be long before many of you are out on your combines harvesting wheat. When you add harvest to all of your other work — finishing up planting, trying to get some double-crop beans in the ground, and maybe some haying — it makes for an extremely busy time of year. You don’t need me to tell you that we must be extra careful during harvest season to avoid accidents and injuries — but I’m gonna do it anyway.
- Fort Scott dairy leader optimistic about future
- Kansas milk production continues to rise
- Love for Jerseys grows into acclaimed dairy herd
- NEO livestock team attends field day
- Harvest safety
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Growers press House on Farm Bill 23
In a letter to lawmakers June 13, the U.S. Canola Association, American Soybean Association, National Sunflower Association and National Corn Growers Association urged the House of Representatives to quickly consider and pass H.R. 1947, the Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management (FARRM) Act.
- Unapproved modified wheat threatens trade
- OSU to host June 17 dairy meeting
- Comparing Senate and House farm bills
- Checkoff launches new campaign
- Growers press House on Farm Bill 23
Stem cell therapy gives new life to ailing horses
There is potential for a revitalized life of once elite performance horses stricken by injury and other disabling conditions.
- All the wild horses
- Rodeo team practices with real work
- ‘Horse in beef’ renews horse slaughter controversy
- Burrows named NEO horse judging coach
- Stem cell therapy gives new life to ailing horses