By KU Athletics LINCOLN, Neb. – Kansas Volleyball put forth a valiant effort against No. 7-ranked Nebraska in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, falling 3-1 on Friday evening at the Devaney Center. The Jayhawks dropped the first two sets 25-14 and 25-18, but responded and... Read More.
The Livestock Marketing Association says the industry wants to move to more electronic transactions because slow mail service is delaying livestock payments. But, Chelsea Good says that will require updates to prompt payment laws in the Packers and Stockyards Act. “A lot of our... Read More.
Action is likely in Congress today on a tentative railroad labor deal. Michigan Farm Bureau National Legislative Counsel John Kran tells Brownfield a bill is expected to be introduced as early as today following President Biden’s call on Congress to prevent a possible... Read More.
A livestock economist says consumers should prepare for more expensive holiday turkeys this year. In addition to rising retail prices from inflationary pressures, University of Missouri’s Scott Brown says turkey stocks have also tightened. Supplies are down nearly 5% on the year and... Read More.
By Brad Hallier, Ad Astra Radio HALSTEAD, Kan. - It took Halstead well into the second quarter to get the offense going, and when the Dragons did, they were on their way to their third win of the Derek Racette era.
Record fuel prices have an equipment manufacturer studying alternative engines for farmers and ranchers. Daryl Theis, Head of Sales and Marketing with CLAAS North America, says the cost and emissions of a diesel machine could create a market for electric engines. “As infrastructure develops,... Read More.