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GOP Tax Bill Heads to House Floor, Senate GOP Releases Tax Bill

The House Ways and Means Committee approved House Republicans' Bill to rewrite the tax code on Thursday. The measure reduces the number of individual tax rates, slashes the corporate tax rate and eliminates many deductions and credits

Cautious Optimism for Next Three Years in Grains, Ethanol Markets

Rising incomes worldwide will underpin global demand and create opportunities for U.S. exports in grains, oilseeds and ethanol according to a new report from CoBanks Knowledge Exchange Division.

Biosecurity Research Institute at KSU, a Center for Research

Have you ever wondered who studies diseases and pathogens in plants, animals, and humans? Well the answer is right at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas.

Land Auctions are Heating Up

Farmers National Company's land auctions have been heating up in bidding activity. Paul Schadegg, Sales Manager, reported on a recent auction of seven tracts in Furnas County, Nebraska.The overall auction price was well above local expectations.

Secretary Perdue Announces FSA, Rural Development State Directors

On Friday, USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue announced state directors for the Farm Service Agency and Rural Development. Some new names and some are returning to service.

Farm Profitability Still Down But Improving according to Ag Lender Survey

Eighty-two percent of agricultural lenders reported a decline in farm profitability in the last 12 months, according to a joint survey by the American Bankers Association and the Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation.

KDA 2017 Photo Contest Winners Announced

The Kansas Department of Agriculture announced the winners of the 2017 KDA Photo Contest on its Facebook page last week. Ten photographs were selected as the top entries, representing five contest categories.

Farmer2Farmer Conference in Omaha

Second Annual Farmer2Farmer Conference focuses on Entrepreneurship

Summary of diseases on corn, grain sorghum, and soybeans in Kansas in 2015

The 2015 growing season was one of contrasts. On the positive side, losses to diseases in soybeans were the lowest in at least 20 years. On the negative side, yield loss to disease in corn was higher than in any recent year.

U.S. Fall Harvest nearly half complete

This week's crop progress and condition report says as of as of Sunday, 42 % of corn has been harvested, soybeans at 62 % complete and sorghum at 51% wrapped up. Hard Red Winter wheat is 64 % seeded.



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