Farming & Ranching

Brown County releases 2021 financial reports

 

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Students participate in multiple Earth Day activities

Brown County students participate in Earth Day activities with the Brown County Conservation District. Brown County students participate in Earth Day activities with the Brown County Conservation District. Brown County... Read More

Board members gather for photo

The Brown County Conservation District Board members are (L-R) Curt Jacobsen, Brett Covert, Treasurer Ethan Noll, Chairman Michael Lanter and Vice Chairman Jeff Compton. Read More

Specialty crop webinar series available

Submitted During the month of March and the first week of April, the Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) will offer a Specialty Crop Lunch and Learn Webinar Series for those…

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Nemaha County Conservation District: Annual meeting scheduled

Submitted The Nemaha County Conservation District will hold their 75th Annual Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 17, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Seneca. The public is invited to attend….

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Cost-share sign-up began February 1

Submitted Brown County Conservation District is conducting a sign-up Feb. 1 through 28, to accept requests for state financial assistance to install enduring conservation practices. The conservation district administers state…

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Brown County Conservation District: Annual meeting canceled

Submitted by Niki Tollefson The Brown County Conservation District (BCCD) will not be holding their traditional Annual Meeting with a banquet and Banker’s Award Winners due to COVID 19. Instead,…

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Brown County Conservation District: A letter from the Board of Directors

Just when we think we are getting closer to normal, circumstances seem to change and we fall right back down the ladder. At least in 2021 we had already been…

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Nemaha County Conservation District: Windbreak Award: Bill and Dora Cross

Submitted Bill and Dora Cross really appreciated their first windbreak. So much, in fact, that they elected to do it all over again – 45 years after the first one!…

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Nemaha County Conservation District: Wildlife Habitat Award: Henry Family Farms

Submitted If wildlife knew the options landowners explore to enhance habitat for them, I think they’d be impressed! Henry Family Farms is no exception, and their work to utilize many…

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Nemaha County Conservation District: Water Quality Award: John, Janell and Mark Haug

Submitted “We wanted to make things better for the future generations that are going to be involved in agriculture and the livestock business.” With a single sentence, John Haug summed…

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Nemaha County Conservation District: Grassland Award: Daren Ronnebaum

Submitted Drawing on education in forage management at K-State plus practical experience at home is the foundation for Daren Ronnebaum’s grassland management system. His work towards implementing that system has…

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Nemaha County Conservation District: Buffer Award: Kent and Morgan Burdiek Farms

Submitted What does 13 acres look like? It may not seem like much, unless you start looking at how much protection it can provide when planted to buffer strips. Thirteen…

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Brown County Conservation District: Wildlife Habitat: MacJane Farms, LLC

Submitted MacJane Farms is a fifth generation family farm originally purchased in 1882 by their ancestor George Klinefelter — making it one of the oldest family-owned and operated farms in…

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Brown County Conservation District: Grassland Stewardship: Austin and Amy Madison

Submitted Austin and Amy Madison are the fourth generation of the Madison family to own the family’s farm. Austin’s great-grandfather, AO Madison, originally bought the land in 1920 and it…

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