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AG News

  • Agriculture Today Radio Program Tuesday, July 29

    The seed laboratory manager for the Kansas Crop Improvement Association, Eric Fabrizius, advises wheat growers who are saving back seed from this harvest about the potential impact of herbicide treatments used as harvest aids this year on seed germination...and he talks about the overall status of wheat seed quality and availability coming out of this sub-par production year.

  • Agriculture Today Radio Program Monday, July 28

    Livestock economist Derrell Peel of Oklahoma State University provides this week's analysis of the cattle markets: he goes over the numbers from the USDA's monthly cattle-on-feed and mid-year cattle inventory reports released last Friday, and he remarks on the potential staying power of the record surge in fed cattle prices and wholesale beef prices in the wake of those reports. See more

  • Scout Fields Now for Deadly Ergot

    Ergot has been reported in several hayfields and pastures across southwest Missouri according to University of Missouri Extension Agronomy Specialist, Sarah Kenyon.

  • Get Tickets Now for "Salute to Century Farms" in Greene County Sept. 30

    Put on your jeans and boots and come celebrate our agricultural heritage in an historical setting and help honor the Century Farms in Greene County. The first annual "Salute to Century Farms" will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 30 at the Round Barn Event Center along Clear Creek, 10731 W. US Hwy 160, Walnut Grove.

Sports

  • Twins lose challenge, Gardy gets ejected

    Twins manager Ron Gardenhire unsuccessfully challenged a play in the third inning of Tuesday's game against the Royals and was ejected by home-plate umpire Ted Barrett for arguing the call after the review.

  • Kratz welcomes new opportunity with Royals

    It took eight-plus seasons in the Minor Leagues before catcher Erik Kratz finally made his Major League debut at age 30. That's a long wait.

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