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Salt Creek Valley Farms: Full of Fall Fun

Salt Creek Valley Farms: Full of Fall Fun

10-15-2018

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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Kansas Corn Crop Shows Positive Progress

Kansas Corn Crop Shows Positive Progress

09-12-2018

USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service crop condition report along with their September 2018 crop production report, showed positive statistics for the Kansas corn crop. According ...

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Trade Team Matches Indonesian Starch Demand With Confidence In U.S. Corn

Trade Team Matches Indonesian Starch Demand With Confidence In U.S. Corn

09-07-2018

Summary from Stacy Mayo-Martinez, Director of Industry Relations and Ken McCauley, Kansas Corn Growers Association President Indonesian corn buyers were hosted by Kansas Corn recently. The trade ...

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NCGA President: Corn Farmers Need a Break

NCGA President: Corn Farmers Need a Break

09-01-2018

In The Hill Friday, NCGA President and North Dakota farmer Kevin Skunes shared the challenges facing corn farmers this year and the frustration following USDA’s announcement of just one cent per ...

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Kansas Corn Disappointed with Penny from USDA Trade Aid

Kansas Corn Disappointed with Penny from USDA Trade Aid

08-28-2018

“I can’t say ‘thanks for nothing’ but one cent per bushel is close to nothing, In fact, this payment only applies to half of your crop so in reality, that’s a ...

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Kansas Corn Corps Class Experiences Agriculture in Three States

Kansas Corn Corps Class Experiences Agriculture in Three States

08-22-2018

The Kansas Corn Corps Class 2 domestic trip gave participants the opportunity to experience production agriculture and affiliated industry in Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. The purpose of the ...

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Kansas Corn Collegiate Academy Returns to Classes with DC Experience

Kansas Corn Collegiate Academy Returns to Classes with DC Experience

08-17-2018

Kansas Corn Collegiate Academy Returns to Classes with DC Experience College students participating in the Kansas Corn Collegiate Academy are returning to fall classes with valuable experiences ...

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Kansas Corn Listening Tour Continues

Kansas Corn Listening Tour Continues

08-03-2018

Kansas Corn invites corn growers to attend one of its 2018 listening tour stops scheduled at nine locations across the state in August. For the third year, Kansas Corn is conducting a listening ...

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KCGA Statement: USDA Trade Aid Package

KCGA Statement: USDA Trade Aid Package

07-24-2018

KCGA and NCGA released the following statements regarding this afternoon’s USDA announcement of an aid package for farmers negatively impacted by trade tariffs and ongoing trade uncertainty. KCGA ...

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College Students: Deadline for Kansas Corn Scholarships & Collegiate Academy Applications is Oct. 31, 2018!

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