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39 Reasons the EPA Should NOT Grant Any Additional Small Refinery Exemptions

39 Reasons the EPA Should NOT Grant Any Additional Small Refinery Exemptions

05-28-2019

The Environmental Protection Agency is considering the 39 pending petitions for 2018 small refinery exemptions from the Renewable Fuel Standard. The EPA approved 53 small refinery waivers from ...

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Talking Cattle, Corn and Co-Products with Lee Reeve

Talking Cattle, Corn and Co-Products with Lee Reeve

Blog by Kaitlin Donovan, Western Corn Crew Rep. and Communications Coordinator Southwest Kansas cattle feeder and farmer, Lee Reeve, is no newcomer to the world of cattle and corn. For six ...

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USDA Announces Market Facilitation Program Round 2

USDA Announces Market Facilitation Program Round 2

05-23-2019

The Kansas Corn Growers Association said today the Trump Administration’s announcement of up to $14.5 billion in Market Facilitation assistance could be helpful for corn farmers impacted by ...

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Governor Laura Kelly Proclaims the Week of May 26 Biofuels Week

Governor Laura Kelly Proclaims the Week of May 26 Biofuels Week

05-22-2019

5-22-19 — At a time of distress in rural Kansas, renewable fuel remains an important asset to drive feed-grain demand and improve prospects for profitability on the farm. Recognizing the ...

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Trade Aid: Comment Today

Trade Aid: Comment Today

05-17-2019

Last Friday’s announcement that the Trump Administration is increasing the tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods, and China’s retaliatory tariffs, could not have come at a worse ...

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Just When We Thought Harvest Couldn’t Get Busier, We Opened a Pumpkin Patch

Just When We Thought Harvest Couldn’t Get Busier, We Opened a Pumpkin Patch

05-14-2019

By Angela Dailey, Kansas Corn intern Fall has always been a highlight in our family, as it of course is harvest time! Over the last couple of years my parents, Mike and Nancy Dailey, have been ...

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Leading Ag Commodities Oppose Additional Tariffs on Chinese Goods

Leading Ag Commodities Oppose Additional Tariffs on Chinese Goods

05-10-2019

Washington, D.C. (May 10, 2019) –Today, the U.S. Trade Representative moved forward with increasing the tariff rate from 10 to 25 percent on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. Farmers across ...

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And They’re Gone! Kansas Legislature Adjourns

And They’re Gone! Kansas Legislature Adjourns

The Kansas Legislature adjourned in the “wee” hours of Sunday morning, May 5th, to cap off one of the shortest sessions in recent history. You may recall that they came back from first ...

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Megan Baalman: Wife, Mom, Farmer, Producer, Advocate

Megan Baalman: Wife, Mom, Farmer, Producer, Advocate

Blog by Kaitlin Donovan, Western Kansas Corn Crew Rep and Communications Coordinator Megan Baalman, of Baalman Feedyard in Menlo, Kansas, never imagined herself raising a family along with cattle ...

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Brotherly Love: A Farmer’s Fight for Melanoma Prevention

Brotherly Love: A Farmer’s Fight for Melanoma Prevention

05-06-2019

Blog by Deb Ohlde, Central Kansas Corn Crew Representative Can’t hide it, I grew up in the era when many tractors didn’t have cabs. I worked ground, raked and baled hay – sometimes in a swimsuit ...

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