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Drought Could Mean More Wheat Planted

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As Kansas farmers begin preparing their fields to plant winter wheat, the question being tossed around by the Ag experts is, how much more wheat will be planted because of the ongoing dry spell? Industry experts are predicting a significant rise in the number of wheat acres because of the dramatic failure of spring-planted crops. The next hurdle for all ... Read More »

Heat Wave Affecting Livestock

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A heat wave engulfing Kansas for the next few days is threatening cattle in the state‘s feedlots while further stressing crops already struggling with drought conditions. Feedlot owners are making preparations to cope with triple-digit temperatures expected across much of the state. Livestock producers are expecting the heat index for livestock to reach emergency levels today into the weekend. Producers ... Read More »

Four State Agreement Allows Farmers to Operate Vehicles Without a CDL

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In a deal with Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma, Kansas farmers will be able to operate farm vehicles across three state lines without getting a commercial driver‘s license. Drivers with valid non-commercial licenses may operate farm vehicles within 150 air miles of their property. The vehicle must be used only to transport agricultural products, farm machinery or farm supplies for the ... Read More »