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USDA proposes stricter meat grinding recordkeeping requirements

USDA FSIS is proposing to require all makers of raw ground beef products to keep records to further protect consumers by enhancing the ability to trace ground beef products. FULL STORY »

Time to send a clear message to EPA

Water in Kansas is a precious resource. Kansans are keenly aware of the importance of protecting the soil, water, air and other natural resources found in our great state. FULL STORY »

Commentary: When veggie meets carnivore

No matter your taste in steaks, chops or burgers, if a single person at a party you’re hosting claims to be vegetarian, they must be provided a separate menu. Just don’t expect reciprocity. FULL STORY »

Ag markets proved rather volatile Thursday afternoon

Strong export data supported corn futures Thursday. Today’s weekly USDA Export Sales report stated both old and new-crop corn sales above industry expectations, thereby suggesting the recent rally has rendered U.S. grain attractive to international customers. FULL STORY »

Corn supplies slip on lower harvested acreage

Following the release of the Acreage report, U.S. corn planted acres for 2014/15 are forecast at 91.6 million acres, a 4-percent decrease from the 2013/14 estimate of 95.4 million acres and 50,000 acres lower than March producer intentions. FULL STORY »

Cattlemen sue Hawaii County over GMO ban Play video

Hawaiian papaya and banana growers have joined cattlemen and floral producers to fight a ban on open-air growing and testing of genetically modified crops imposed by the Hawaii County Council. FULL STORY »

Scientists complete chromosome-based draft of the wheat genome

Several Kansas State University researchers were essential in helping scientists assemble a draft of a genetic blueprint of bread wheat, also known as common wheat. The food plant is grown on more than 531 million acres around the world and produces nearly 700 million tons of food each year. FULL STORY »

Cow-calf corner: Nitrate levels in summer annuals Play video

Glenn Selk looks at nitrate levels in summer annuals when cut at different times of day. FULL STORY »

All hay harvested area projected down in 2014

The June Acreage report indicates producers’ intentions to harvest slightly less hay in 2014 relative to the previous year as well as slightly less hay than reported in the March Prospective Plantings report. FULL STORY »

U.S. feed grain production edges lower

U.S. feed grain production for 2014/15 is marginally lower this month and reflects reductions in production for corn and barley, which are only partially offset by smaller gains in sorghum and oats production. Total U.S. feed grain production is projected at 367.7 million tons, down 758,000 tons from a month ago and down 1.6 million tons from the 2013/14 estimate. FULL STORY »

Show Mom Diaries: 13 truths of the show mom life

As our family has ventured to several shows this year, I have loved watching our boys having fun and continually improving – both in and out of the ring. FULL STORY »

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