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Minnesota Ag Commissioner thankful for turkey growers

The top ag official for the number one turkey producing state in the country suggests Thanksgiving is a great time for reflection. Minnesota Department of Agriculture Commissioner Thom Petersen tells Brownfield about 20 percent of the turkeys produced in the U.S. come from Minnesota. “It’s... Read More.

FDA names Jim Jones as First Deputy Commissioner for Human Foods

A longtime leader at the Environmental Protection Agency has been named the first Deputy Commissioner for Human Foods for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Jim Jones will lead the new executive position where he’ll be tasked with setting and advancing priorities for the... Read More.

Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Seeks Commissioner

Courtesy of the Kansas Colligate Athletic Conference WICHITA, Kan. (kcacsports.com) — The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) seeks highly qualified candidates for the position of Conference Commissioner. This position will work under a twelve-month appointment. The projected start date is September 1, 2023, and no later... Read More.

Education Commissioner: Kansas Needs to Boost Test Scores

TOPEKA, Kan. (KNS/KMUW) - The state’s top education official says Kansas schools should make academic achievement a priority, and that includes raising test scores. Some state lawmakers have criticized Kansas schools for the growing number of students who score in the lowest level on... Read More.

Minnesota Ag Commissioner on what’s stressing farmers

Minnesota Ag Commissioner Thom Petersen says farmers have plenty to feel stressed about right now. “Prices and inputs right now, and the weather.” Speaking to Brownfield at last week’s Farmfest, he said parts of Minnesota are teetering on drought. “Kind of like last year, not as bad.... Read More.