A dairy organization is working to build support for legislation that would protect farmers from a proposed Securities and Exchange Commission rule. Laurie Fischer with the American Dairy Coalition tells Brownfield Representative Frank Lucas’ bill would prohibit the agency from requiring companies to gather... Read More.
New technologies helps farmers get the most out of their crops. In this Managing for Profit, Channel technical agronomist Jeremy Miner talks about SMARTStax PRO with RNAI Technology and what growers need to know as they finalize their plans for the 2023 growing season.
Harvest continues to progress around the Corn Belt and it has many farmers thinking about their plans for the upcoming growing season. In this Managing for Profit, DEKALB Asgrow technical agronomist Jason Harmon talks about the importance of factoring in crop protection products to increase... Read More.
By Ariana Figueroa, Kansas Reflector WASHINGTON — Farmers and academics at a Wednesday hearing stressed the need for members of the U.S. House Agriculture Committee to support regenerative agriculture farming practices in the upcoming farm bill to protect topsoil. U.S. House Agriculture Committee Chair David Scott... Read More.
TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Attorney General’s office will provide Kansans with consumer protection and public safety information at the Kansas State Fair, which opens Friday, Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced today. “Providing Kansans information to help avoid scams and rip-offs and to improve the... Read More.
Topeka, Kan. – A subsidiary of the state’s largest electric utility will pay $500,000 to the State of Kansas for alleged violations of the Kansas Consumer Protection Act, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett said today.
A southern Illinois agronomist says this not the year to pull back on crop protection products, despite rising input costs. Nick Frederking with AgriGold says grey leaf spot is starting in the crops. “We talk about Southern Rust and that is not even on... Read More.