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Greg Akagi

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Abnormally Dry Conditions Improve in Latest Kansas Drought Monitor Map

The latest U.S. Drought Monitor Map for Kansas showed the abnormally dry conditions improved during the past…

Kansas Farmers Will Plant Less Corn And Soybeans But Increase Sorghum Planting

Kansas producers planted 5.80 million acres of corn forall purposes, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics…

Dry Conditions Coming Back Into Kansas

The latest U.S. Drought Monitor map for Kansas shows abnormally dry conditions coming back into Kansas.  The…

Kansas Department of Agriculture Announces 2021 Ag Summit

MANHATTAN, Kansas — The Kansas Department of Agriculture will host the state’s agriculture community in person for…

2021 Kansas Cowboy Poetry Contest and Youth Roundup is Online

Calling all cowboys and cowgirls, or aspiring cowboy poets!   The 2021 Kansas Cowboy Poetry Contest is being conducted…

USDA Announces Additional Aid to Ag Producers and Businesses in Pandemic Assistance for Producers Initiative

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today additional aid to agricultural producers and businesses as part of the…

Fall Crop planting closer to completion in Kansas

Hot and dry conditions got the planters back in full operation last week as fall crop planting…

No Change in Drought Conditions in Kansas

There was no change to the drought monitor map for Kansas. The latest map from the National…

WIBW Radio/KAN Podcast: Former Agriculture Secretary and Kansas Congressman Dan Glickman

Former Agriculture Secretary and Kansas Congressman Dan Glickman joined us on Tuesday’s Ag Issues program. He has…

WIBW Radio/KAN Podcast: Ernie Minton, Dean of the College of Agriculture at Kansas State University

Ernie Minton, Dean of the College of Agriculture at Kansas State University, joined us on Monday’s Ag…


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