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Visit by Mexican Cattle Feeders Aims to Bolster Corn Trade

Visit by Mexican Cattle Feeders Aims to Bolster Corn Trade

09-13-2017

Did you know Mexico is the #1 export buyer of U.S. corn? High Plains Journal Editor Bill Spiegel caught up with a tour for Mexican cattle feeders hosted by the Kansas Corn Commission. Read his ...

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Kansas Corn Applauds Tyson Announcement of Poultry Complex in Eastern Kansas

Kansas Corn Applauds Tyson Announcement of Poultry Complex in Eastern Kansas

Strong demand for chicken and strong Kansas feed grain production prompted Tyson Foods to move forward with plans to build a $320 million poultry complex in eastern Kansas. The Kansas Corn ...

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Kansas Corn Corps Returns from Domestic Agriculture Tour

Kansas Corn Corps Returns from Domestic Agriculture Tour

09-11-2017

Application Deadline for Corn Corps Class 2 Is Sept. 30! As the first class of Kansas Corn’s Corn Corps young farmer program progresses, applications are being accepted for the second Corn Corps ...

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Kansas Corn’s Continued Investment in Corn-fed Beef

Kansas Corn’s Continued Investment in Corn-fed Beef

08-13-2017

Published in the August/September 2017 CALF NEWS By Stacy Mayo, Kansas Corn Director of Industry Relations A term commonly used in the Kansas Corn Commission market development efforts is ...

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Ag-focused academy planning underway in Newton

Ag-focused academy planning underway in Newton

08-11-2017

As school starts up this fall, a new kind of ag-focused educational program is taking shape in Newton, Kansas. The Newton High School Ag Career Academy will be planning for the 2018-2019 school ...

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Seed to STEM Outreach to KVATE Educators

Seed to STEM Outreach to KVATE Educators

08-09-2017

Seed to STEM Lead Educator Anna Lukert from St. Marys Junior Senior High School in St. Marys, KS recently led teachers from at the Kaw Valley Academy for Technology Education (KVATE) through two ...

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Kansas Corn Listening Tour Making Six Stops in August

Kansas Corn Listening Tour Making Six Stops in August

08-07-2017

Kansas Corn’s District Listening Tour is making six stops this month in Hutchinson, Towanda, Atchison, Atwood, Scott City and Ellsworth. This is the second year for the listening tour that ...

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Corn Congress Insights–Farmers Make a Difference in DC

Corn Congress Insights–Farmers Make a Difference in DC

07-27-2017

Commentary by Ken McCauley, KCGA President Trade, Farm Bill, ethanol, regulatory relief and infrastructure were the hot topics at this summer’s Corn Congress in Washington DC. I was part of a ...

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Kansas Growers to Serve at Corn Congress

Kansas Growers to Serve at Corn Congress

07-14-2017

Seven Kansas corn leaders will represent the Kansas Corn Growers Association (KCGA) at the summer Corn Congress delegate sessions the week of July 17. At Corn Congress, delegates will review ...

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Kansas Corn Crop Pegged at 5.3 Million Acres

Kansas Corn Crop Pegged at 5.3 Million Acres

06-30-2017

Kansas Corn Crop Pegged at 5.3 Million Acres According to the USDA/NASS acreage report released today, Kansas farmers have planted 5.3 million acres of corn, up 4% from 4.92 million acres in ...

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