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Even though I’m three-fourths German heritage, married to a 100 percent German heritage, I don’t know any of the...

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Our Northeast Kansas climate is well suited for a diversity of plants. Corn, fruit trees, forages, soybeans, grapes and...

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Sheep and goat numbers are on the uptick across Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma as the result of a growing...

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As frigid temperatures found us, many were starting to have baby calves. At least we are somewhat prepared for...

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There are many kinds of seeds and feeders, and the choice may seem overwhelming at times. Different species of...

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Columns Opinion

A lot of hype

As with a lot of the mislabeling of foods in our world, the same is true of pet foods,...

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Last summer, we embarked on a pond project. We had 10 ponds that we installed Barley straw into. The...

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For all leases, except written leases signed by the parties that provide otherwise, Kansas law provides that notice to...

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It’s a new year, new beginnings, out with the old and in with the new. Unfortunately, it’s been pretty...

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Prevention of disease is, of course, preferred to treatment. One key to prevention, according to some, is to keep...

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It has certainly been a year of challenges. COVID-19 triggered widespread economic harm. Because of these disasters, most farmers...

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It’s come to my attention that there have been a few herds chowing down on mineral this winter. While...

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Christmastime is magical when you hear about the Secret Santas giving money away, neighbors buying a car for a...

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In these turbulent times with COVID and election troubles, some things might not be making the news cycle. Fake...

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As cow-calf producers strive to reduce feed costs by finding different avenues to increase grazing days, many still have...

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