Posted: 8:27 AM Kansas State University scientists are part of a multistate partnership receiving a $9.6 million, five-year grant to find ways for cattle producers to adapt to climate extremes in their grazing operations.
Posted: 11:31 AM The Federal Reserve says farm income growth slowed across the Plains and western states in the first quarter as costs increased and the drought lingered.
Updated: 8:08 PM The bill eliminates direct payments and other farm subsidies, but it also creates new subsidies.
Posted: 8:36 AM A new government report says just under half the Kansas winter wheat crop shows no damage from the hard freezes that hit the state in April.
Posted: 8:18 AM An industry group says retail sales of farm tractors and combines in the United States surged last month.
Posted: 6:54 PM Attorney General Derek Schmidt's office still is determining whether it can release an accounting firm's report on revisions to a 1998 legal settlement between states and tobacco companies.
Posted: 1:49 PM The Agriculture Department has forecast U.S. farmers will harvest a far smaller winter wheat crop this season than a year ago, particularly for the hard red varieties used to bake bread.
Posted: 4:59 PM Legislators say they're not getting enough information from Brownback's administration to justify authorizing another $202 million in bonds.
Updated: 6:54 PM Just 17 percent of the planned corn crop has been planted
Updated: 6:52 PM The announcement Thursday at the Kansas City Board of Trade pegged average yields at slightly above 41 bushels per acre.
Posted: 1:51 PM More than 100 state employees are facing the dilemma of whether to move, commute more than 50 miles or retire when the Kansas Department of Agriculture moves from Topeka to Manhattan.
Posted: 5:10 AM Hundreds of state employees are facing the dilemma of whether to move, commute more than 50 miles or retire when the Kansas Department of Agriculture moves from Topeka to Manhattan.
Posted: 12:40 PM More than 600 crop evaluations are planned across the state before the tour ends Thursday.
Posted: 8:29 AM Kansas farm groups are hosting a ranch tour focusing on the drought and how to best manage resources to survive the upcoming grazing season.
Posted: 10:28 AM Rain that moved across the Midwest in the past week has helped ease drought conditions for some farmers.
Posted: 5:17 PM The measure created a central registry for farmers' markets in the state Department of Agriculture
Posted: 8:31 AM Kansas officials will hold an online meeting on the possibility of the lesser prairie chicken being granted federal protection.
Posted: 2:46 PM Ranchers already dealing with the effects of drought on herds in Kansas
Posted: 8:21 AM The Environmental Protection Agency again is raising objections to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from western Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast.
Updated: 11:12 AM Soaking rain across much of the nation's midsection has helped further alleviate drought in the crop growing states of Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota and Wisconsin.