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Kansas Corn Planting Lags

Kansas Corn Planting Lags

04-18-2018

This week’s NASS Crop Progress Report showed that Kansas corn planting was 6 percent complete, compared to 8 percent last year and a five-year average of 15 percent. Southeast Kansas: 36% ...

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All Hail Mother Nature

All Hail Mother Nature

04-11-2018

Blog written by Kaitlin Donovan As I sat down at my desk to write this blog I couldn’t help but think of something my father says, “Watch your mouth Katie, don’t piss off the rain gods.” We’re ...

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Kansas Corn Commission Research Projects Win Awards

Kansas Corn Commission Research Projects Win Awards

04-03-2018

Kansas Corn Director of Research Dale Fjell was at the Capitol Graduate Research Summit in Topeka last week where two projects funded by the Kansas Corn Commission received Capitol Graduate ...

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Gov. Colyer Supports Ethanol in RFS Letter to White House

Gov. Colyer Supports Ethanol in RFS Letter to White House

03-15-2018

3/15/18–The Kansas Corn Growers Association thanked Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer who joined several Midwest governors today in a letter to President Trump thanking him for his support of the ...

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Farmers, Ethanol Owners Meet with Rep. Marshall Over RFS

Farmers, Ethanol Owners Meet with Rep. Marshall Over RFS

03-14-2018

Several Kansas Corn members participated in a listening session on Saturday with First District Congressman Roger Marshall. The congressman held the listening session to hear concerns about ...

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Kansas State Student Honored at 2018 Commodity Classic

Kansas State Student Honored at 2018 Commodity Classic

03-09-2018

Kansas Corn Growers Association member, Santiago Tamagno, was honored during the 2018 Commodity Classic in Anaheim, California as a recipient of the William C. Berg Excellence in Agriculture ...

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Kansas Family Receives Good Steward Award

Kansas Family Receives Good Steward Award

02-28-2018

Feb 28, 2018–A Kansas farm family’s soil-friendly, progressive farming practices and contributions to sustainable crop production earned them national notoriety today as they were presented ...

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RFS Meetings on RIN Issue Pose Great Threat to Ethanol

RFS Meetings on RIN Issue Pose Great Threat to Ethanol

Kansas Corn continues to be engaged on the RFS issue that surfaced during last week’s Commodity Classic in Anaheim, CA. Many of our growers have spoken out about the meetings being held ...

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Science Teachers: Seed to STEM Workshops Are Accepting Applications

Science Teachers: Seed to STEM Workshops Are Accepting Applications

02-08-2018

Kansas middle and high school science teachers are encouraged to apply early to participate in the popular Seed to STEM summer workshops offered by Kansas Corn. The two-day workshops will be held ...

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Kansas Corn Recognizes Retiring Board Members and Past Leaders

Kansas Corn Recognizes Retiring Board Members and Past Leaders

01-31-2018

Kansas Corn recognized several leader milestones at the Kansas Corn Symposium on Jan. 25 in Manhattan. Roger Pine, Lawrence, was recognized for his years of service to Kansas Corn. Pine retired ...

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