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How to safely use drought-stressed crops as feed

One key is to test for nutrients and toxic compounds such as nitrates before feeding. BEEF PRODUCER.COM – In drought years, with forage in short supply, producers sometimes find it necessary to feed drought-stressed or salvaged crops, but the key … Continue reading

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Growing Season Burn Demo to be held on July 10

KANSAS PRESCRIBED FIRE COUNCIL – The KS PFC, in conjunction with several other sponsoring organizations will be conducting a growing season burn demonstration on July 10th, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Riggs Arboretum, on the north side … Continue reading

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The right tools for the job: Putting technology to work on your ranch

RANGE_EAST – Curious how camera technology can help you monitor your land and save time? Join WLA staff, fellow landowners and managers on a webinar at 11:00 AM CDT, June 6, 2018, as they explore technology used for remote monitoring … Continue reading

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NAFA News – May 15, 2018

Read Here In this issue… John Deere to Host NAFA Summer Board Meeting – June 25-27 The Cost of a Windrow AFRP/APRI Research Summaries

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Southern Plains Drought Webinar – May 21, 2018

DROUGHT.GOV – Due to the severity of drought conditions across the Southern High Plains, a webinar will take place on Monday, May 21, 2018 at 9:30 am-10:30 am MDT, featuring a collaboration of experts providing up-to-date information on drought in … Continue reading

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Forage options for drought-stressed wheat

KSU EXTENSION AGRONOMY – The dry conditions that have prevailed over much of Kansas since the fall of 2017 have left some wheat growers with relatively dim prospects for grain production for the summer 2018 harvest.  An alternative use for … Continue reading

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Managing Grazing Lands for Improving Pollinator Populations

KGLC – Three workshops that will help you to better manage your grazing lands for the enhancement of bees, Monarchs and other pollinators will be held across the state, with the first coming soon-May 29th! Registrations are now open. Simply … Continue reading

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