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Still Time for Fuel Retailers to Apply for Funds from $2 Million Blender Pump Program

Still Time for Fuel Retailers to Apply for Funds from $2 Million Blender Pump Program

04-04-2016

The Kansas Better Blends Initiative has awarded funds to two retailers who will add a total of 15 blender pumps for a total value of over $400,000. More applications have been received, but there ...

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Kansas Corn Plantings Estimated Up 16% Says Prospective Planting Report

Kansas Corn Plantings Estimated Up 16% Says Prospective Planting Report

03-31-2016

NASS/USDA’s Prospective Planting Report was released today. It forecast Kansas Corn acres at 4.8 million acres—up 16% from 2015. Of the corn belt states, only North Dakota showed a greater ...

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Kansas Corn Disappointed in Senate’s Failure to Pass GMO Labeling Bill

Kansas Corn Disappointed in Senate’s Failure to Pass GMO Labeling Bill

03-16-2016

Consumers and farmers are the losers in the Senate’s failure to pass Kansas Senator Pat Roberts’ bill that would create a uniform, national labeling standard. The Kansas Corn Growers ...

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Kansas Corn Applauds Committee Passage of Roberts’ Labeling Bill

Kansas Corn Applauds Committee Passage of Roberts’ Labeling Bill

03-01-2016

Today, the Senate Agriculture Committee approved legislation introduced by Chairman Pat Roberts which will address the growing concern of a confusing jumble of state labeling laws. The Kansas ...

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KS Corn Welcomes Sen. Roberts Bill to Standardize Food Labeling

KS Corn Welcomes Sen. Roberts Bill to Standardize Food Labeling

02-22-2016

Kansas Senator Pat Roberts introduced a bill Friday afternoon to address the growing threat of a confusing jumble of state labeling laws and called for passage of legislation that would ...

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Kansas Commodity Classic Is Feb. 11 in Manhattan

Kansas Commodity Classic Is Feb. 11 in Manhattan

01-21-2016

MANHATTAN, Kan. – All Kansas farmers are invited to the Kansas Commodity Classic in Manhattan on February 11, to gain in-depth information on grain markets both local and globally, and national ...

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Corn Schools Jan. 11, 14 and 15 at Independence, Garden City & Salina

Corn Schools Jan. 11, 14 and 15 at Independence, Garden City & Salina

12-31-2015

Three K-State Corn Production Management Schools will be offered in early January 2016 in southeast, southwest, and central Kansas. The schools, to be held Jan. 11 in Independence, Jan.14 in ...

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Onaga Grower Tops Kansas Corn Yield Contest Entrants

Onaga Grower Tops Kansas Corn Yield Contest Entrants

12-22-2015

With a yield of 318 bushels per acre, Jeff Koelzer of Onaga turned in the top yield for Kansas growers in the National Corn Growers Association Corn Yield Contest. Koelzer’s 318 bushel per acre ...

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KCGA Comments on EPA Ruling for Ethanol Blend Levels

KCGA Comments on EPA Ruling for Ethanol Blend Levels

11-30-2015

Nov. 30, 2015–After EPA proposed significant cuts to grain-based ethanol levels in the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS), farmers and ethanol advocates in Kansas and across the country ...

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Read the Kansas Corn November Newsletter here!

Read the Kansas Corn November Newsletter here!

11-25-2015

Click on the link below to read the November 2015 Kansas Corn Newsletter: Nov2015CornNewsletter4page

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