Kansas

FFA, 4-H members and seeing the melting pot of ag

· February 8, 2019

Crystal Carson of Kansas reached out to tell us about her experience as chaperone of two FFA members and a 4-Her (as well as 85-year-old Nana) to Lubbock, Texas, for the National American Agriculture Movement Convention. It was rural kids getting to spend time in a big city at an exciting, diverse convention where they took […]

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Kansas to launch cattle disease traceability pilot project

· July 11, 2018

The state of Kansas is testing out a cattle disease traceability project that could guide discussion and development of traceability on a national scale. In early 2018, Cattle Trace collaborators began working to develop a purpose-built infrastructure to track cattle movement through the supply chain. Cattle Trace will utilize ultra-high frequency technologies to collect the […]

Kansas farmer tells Congress to back off on costly regulations

· June 25, 2018

A Kansas farmer told members of Congress last week with the hit farmers are taking right now in income, costly regulation would only intensify the storm. “Right now every penny counts in agriculture,” said Glenn Brunkow. “Farm income is at the lowest level in more than a decade. In many cases, the prices that farmers […]

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