At the Cromley Farm, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced that EPA is approving new five-year registrations for two dicamba products and extending the registration of an additional dicamba product. All three registrations include new control measures to ensure these products can be used effectively while protecting the environment, including non-target plants, animals, and other crops not tolerant to dicamba. Read more
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The Kansas Department of Agriculture has recently updated its interactive map of Kansas, showing the economic contribution of agriculture across the state. Located on the KDA website, this interactive resource can be used to find the agricultural economic facts for each of the 105 counties in Kansas, as well as a report for the entire state.
John Stika, Certified Angus Beef president, shares another 1.175 billion pounds was sold in a fiscal year and the brand’s position to serve its partners. This video news is provided by Certified Angus and the American Angus Association. Visit www.CABcattle.com or www.angus.org for more information.
Joplin Regional Stockyards, Carthage, Missouri, reported receipts of 4,826 head of feeder cattle selling on Oct. 19, compared to 5,433 head on Oct. 12 and 5,659 head a year ago, according to the USDA-Missouri Department of Agriculture Market News, Jefferson City, Missouri.
Breakfast for dinner may be a widely accepted practice for many families, but breakfast for dessert can be a new option for your loved ones when a sweet craving strikes.
A few weeks ago after a particularly frustrating morning at the office, I snuck away to gather a few things at the store, get the mail and find some lunch. As I sat back down at my desk to eat, I opened Facebook. At the top of my feed was a post from Oklahoma State's alumni association. The current STATE magazine was now available online.
Fill your house with the aroma of fall with warm slices of this Pumpkin Loaf dolloped with butter.
Whether you’re hosting a houseful of guests or simply keeping your family’s hunger at bay before dinner, appetizers can be a home chef’s best friend. Simple options like dips allow for personalization while keeping cook time to a minimum.
As we celebrate National 4-H week, I can’t help but reminisce about the years I wore 4-H green. Whether it was attending 4-H summer camp, making new friends across the state of Oklahoma, showing my horse or sheep, judging livestock or standing up giving a demonstration to my club, 4-H was always heavy on the life experiences, lessons and laughter.
Warm weather and a cool, crisp meal is an almost perfect combination for enjoying some time outdoors. When your dish is as nutritious as it is delicious, the timeless elements of good food and great place create a recipe for relaxation that is hard to top.
The seemingly constant rush of hectic school days and nights often leaves busy families feeling like there’s no time for a homemade meal around the table. However, taking shortcuts that don’t skip out on quality can mean more time together enjoying flavorful dishes without spending hours in the kitchen.