Researchers: Wheat blast fungus capable of rebuilding itself Crops | 09/14/2019

Kansas State University researchers studying a fungal disease capable of taking out an entire wheat crop are finding new evidence that the pathogen is even more feisty than they originally thought.

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KLA To Receive Impact Award During  K-State Family & Friends Reunion
KLA To Receive Impact Award During K-State Family & Friends Reunion Livestock | 09/14/2019

The award is named in honor of the long-time AS&I department head and recognizes an individual or organization with a positive impact on the livestock and meat industry. KLA volunteer leaders will accept the award on behalf of the membership....

Japanese feed corn millers learn about U.S. value chain in mission to Nebraska, Iowa and Washington
Japanese feed corn millers learn about U.S. value chain in mission to Nebraska, Iowa and Washington Crops | 09/14/2019

The team of five, including feed milling decision makers, are in the United States to see firsthand U.S. corn, co-products and ethanol production, meeting directly with U.S. suppliers and exporters.

Agriculture Pleased with WOTUS Repeal
Agriculture Pleased with WOTUS Repeal Features | 09/13/2019

Agriculture groups Thursday celebrated the Waters of the U.S. repeal by Trump administration as a victory. The rule greatly expanded the EPA’s federal jurisdiction and scope of waterbodies subject to Clean Water Act requirements.

USDA Lowers Corn and Soybean Production Estimates
USDA Lowers Corn and Soybean Production Estimates Crops | 09/13/2019

Markets responded closing six to seven cents higher for corn, and soybeans up 26-30 cents Thursday.

Lighthizer Submits USMCA Proposal to House Democrats
Lighthizer Submits USMCA Proposal to House Democrats Features | 09/13/2019

House leadership holds the key to passing the agreement that replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement. Democrats have argued...

Mid-America Index Slumps Below Growth Neutral: Declines in Exports and Hiring Pushed Index into Negative Territory
Mid-America Index Slumps Below Growth Neutral: Declines in Exports and Hiring Pushed Index into Negative Territory Features | 09/13/2019

The August Creighton University Mid-America Business Conditions Index, a leading economic indicator for the nine-state region stretching from Minnesota to...

National FFA Organization Announces Record Student Membership of More Than 700,000
National FFA Organization Announces Record Student Membership of More Than 700,000 Features | 09/12/2019

The National FFA Organization is answering the need for more highly skilled graduates to fill job openings in the field...

Tariffs Cost U.S. Importers $6.8 Billion in July
Tariffs Cost U.S. Importers $6.8 Billion in July Features | 09/12/2019

Trade group Tariffs Hurt the Heartland claims the tariffs enacted by President Donald Trump cost U.S. importers a record $6.8...

Trade takes center stage during panel discussion during international conference at KSU
Trade takes center stage during panel discussion during international conference at KSU Features | 09/12/2019

The meaning of the word “sustainability” in livestock production varies from person to person and country to country which adds...

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