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Surviving the Season: Tips and Advice from Farm Families Across the State

Surviving the Season: Tips and Advice from Farm Families Across the State

12-06-2018

Blog Post by Kaitlin Donovan For most farmers across Kansas #harvest18 has finally come to an end. This year’s growing season and harvest seemed more stressful than normal. We caught up ...

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Josh Roe Joins Kansas Corn Staff

Josh Roe Joins Kansas Corn Staff

12-03-2018

Dec. 3, 2018–Josh Roe joined the Kansas Corn Growers Association (KCGA) staff today as Vice President of Market Development and Policy. Roe comes to KCGA from the Kansas Department of ...

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Kansas Corn Growers See Movement on Trade, Ethanol and Farm Bill

Kansas Corn Growers See Movement on Trade, Ethanol and Farm Bill

11-30-2018

Three big developments in trade, ethanol and the farm bill got the attention of Kansas Corn Growers Association leaders this week. The news from Washington, DC was mostly positive for farmers, ...

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Stand Up for the Farm Bill – Stand Up for Corn

Stand Up for the Farm Bill – Stand Up for Corn

11-27-2018

Kansas Corn is in the final hours in a push to get a farm bill passed, and to avoid an extension. We know our farmers need the Farm Bill to pass before the end of this Congressional session. ...

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BLOG: Happy Cows Come From…Kansas!

BLOG: Happy Cows Come From…Kansas!

11-02-2018

By Deb Ohlde, Central Kansas Corn Crew Rep Amanda (Mandy) Welch grew up on Meier Dairy near Palmer in Washington County, but she didn’t have any intention of coming back to the farm. After high ...

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Partnering with USGC to Showcase Kansas Corn Industry

Partnering with USGC to Showcase Kansas Corn Industry

11-01-2018

Kansas Corn took part in the biennial Export Exchange hosted by US Grains Council. The USGC is a market development partner for Kansas Corn working to increase US corn, ethanol and distillers ...

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BLOG: Diversifying the Family Farm: Show Pigs and Cover Crops

BLOG: Diversifying the Family Farm: Show Pigs and Cover Crops

10-31-2018

Crops, cattle and show pigs…oh my! After graduating from Kansas State University, Caitlyn Horton moved back home to help on the family farm north of Kendall, Kansas. Their farm includes 5,000 ...

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Kansas Corn Provides Educational Signs to Corn Mazes

Kansas Corn Provides Educational Signs to Corn Mazes

10-15-2018

Fall often means many family activities such as pumpkin patches, fall festivals and corn mazes. Many of these activities provide opportunities for consumers to connect with farmers. That’s why ...

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Salt Creek Valley Farms: Full of Fall Fun

Salt Creek Valley Farms: Full of Fall Fun

By Angela Dailey, Kansas Corn intern What better way to get your family out to enjoy the beautiful fall weather than a fun look into agriculture? Jay Schwinn and wife Patti, along with Jessica ...

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Kansas Corn Praises President Trump’s Year-Round E15 Announcement

Kansas Corn Praises President Trump’s Year-Round E15 Announcement

10-09-2018

Oct. 9, 2018–Kansas Corn praised President Donald Trump’s  announcement of an action to allow year-round sales of E15 fuel today. The President’s announcement begins the process at the ...

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