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“Fueling Innovations” at the 2013 Kansas Soybean Expo
Fast cars, politics and the latest industry updates all coincided to help highlight the theme of the 2013 Kansas Soybean Expo titled “Kansas Soybeans: Fueling Innovations.” Around 250 soybean producers and industry professionals gathered in Topeka at the Kansas Expocenter Jan. 9 for the event.
Consider economics of equipment for hay storage
The following is a discussion of the costs and benefits of owning a building. In each example, you are given the opportunity to substitute your figures, which might more accurately reflect your local markets and conditions.
- Crop update from agronomist covers corn, soybeans, wheat & nitrate
Reduce cow costs, increase revenue
As the industry anxiously awaits a drought reversal and herd rebuilding, many experts say now is the time to analyze overall carrying expenses.
Finding Christmas in agritourism
Those in northeast Oklahoma are probably beginning to hear what’s abuzz with a local sheep farm. Shepherd’s Cross farm near Claremore is an agritourism hot spot for the state of Oklahoma, offering an interactive live nativity during December.
KFB annual meeting focuses on putting a face with agriculture
The 94th Kansas Farm Bureau Annual Meeting was held December 3-5, at the Hilton Garden Inn and Manhattan Conference Center in Manhattan, Kan.
- Busy mom and talented musician is vet on wheels
Barnes & Sons: Family, horses and ACRA
For the family owned and operated rodeo company, Barnes & Sons, love and passion for the sport has led to conducting rodeos for over 30 years, becoming one of the most well-known stock contractors for the Okla., Mo., Kan. and Ark., region.
McCabe named Miss American Angus
Recently Esther McCabe, of Elk City, Kansas, was crowned as the 2013 Miss American Angus at the North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE) in Louisville, Kentucky.
Historic Burlingame joins together for community country Christmas
Burlingame was originally established in 1855, and was an important stop on the Santa Fe Trail, with the brick main street made wide enough for an oxen team to turn around.
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