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Senator Roberts receives Washington International Trade Association Award
Senator Roberts receives Washington International Trade Association Award Features | 07/19/2018

The award recognizes individuals who have made exceptional contributions in the field of international trade.

Trade War endangers farmers, Farm Bureau tells congress
Trade War endangers farmers, Farm Bureau tells congress Features | 07/19/2018

American Farm Bureau Federation Vice President Scott VanderWal and Texas Farm Bureau President Russell Boening warned Congress that many farms will lose money and even go out of business entirely if the growing trade war continues.

House Moves Farm Bill Closer to Conference Committee
House Moves Farm Bill Closer to Conference Committee Features | 07/18/2018

The House of Representatives placed the farm bill back in the court of the Senate, voting to move towards conference.

Summit on Agricultural Growth to Be Held August 23 in Manhattan
Summit on Agricultural Growth to Be Held August 23 in Manhattan Features | 07/17/2018

Join agriculture leaders from across the state at the third annual Kansas Governor’s Summit on Agricultural Growth on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018, at the Manhattan Conference Center at the Hilton Garden Inn.

Ag Shippers Say Trade War Costly
Ag Shippers Say Trade War Costly Features | 07/17/2018

Union Pacific CEO Lance Fritz says trade disruptions are threatening to undermine an otherwise robust economy.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln led research team to examine irrigation's role in precipitation
University of Nebraska-Lincoln led research team to examine irrigation's role in precipitation Features | 07/16/2018

A national team led by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is studying potential links among irrigation, cloud formation and rainfall.

Chinese Trade Surplus with U.S. Hits High Amid Tariff Concerns
Chinese Trade Surplus with U.S. Hits High Amid Tariff Concerns Features | 07/16/2018

The Chinese trade surplus with the U.S. hit a record number in June as its exports grew at a solid pace, something that could possibly make a trade dispute with Washington, D.C., that much worse.

Greg Ibach receives Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute's Highest Honor
Greg Ibach receives Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute's Highest Honor Features | 07/13/2018

The Nebraska Agricultural Youth Council presented its highest honor, the Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute’s Award of Merit, to Greg Ibach, Under Secretary of USDA Marketing and Regulatory Programs.

U.S. House Holds Next Move on Farm Bill
U.S. House Holds Next Move on Farm Bill Features | 07/13/2018

Senate Ag Committee Chairman Pat Roberts says the House must make the next move by rejecting the Senate version of the bill and asking to move forward to the conference effort.

Do you wnnt to work for the Farm Service Agency in Kansas?
Do you wnnt to work for the Farm Service Agency in Kansas? Features |

The Kansas Farm Service Agency (FSA) will be continuing to open several employment opportunities at county office locations across Kansas in the near future.