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2017: Dealing with Disasters

2017: Dealing with Disasters KFB's three-part series "Dealing with Disaster" is written by John Schlageck. The series features Kansas farmers and ranchers and their ability to rise above devastating disasters including the state's largest wildfire, an April blizzard and its impact on this year's wheat crop. It was released the week of June 12.

KFB's three-part series "Dealing with Disaster" is written by John Schlageck. The series features Kansas farmers and ranchers and their ability to rise above devastating disasters including the state's largest wildfire, an April blizzard and its impact on this year's wheat crop. It was released the week of June 12.

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Harvest happenings

10/1/2018

So, if you have an opportunity to visit our state’s fertile fields this fall, think about the professionals who are busy providing the food we find on our tables each day. Tip your hat, raise an index finger above the steering wheel of your car or give a friendly wave to these producers of food and fiber who are dedicated to feeding you and the rest of the world.

They will survive

4/24/2018

Kansas farmers and ranchers have been through such dry, dire conditions before. Sure, they’d rather see green pastures and full ponds every year, but that’s just not how weather conditions work in Kansas.

Dealing with Disaster: Travis McCarty

6/16/2017

Travis McCarty's story is the third and final in KFB's "Dealing with Disaster" series created by veteran farm journalist John Schlageck detailing the tenacity of Kansas farmers.

Dealing with Disaster: Jan & Kim Wilkinson

6/14/2017

Jan and Kim Wilkinson's story is the second in KFB's "Dealing with Disaster" series created by veteran farm journalist John Schlageck detailing the tenacity of Kansas farmers.

Dealing with Disaster: Tom & Marieta Hauser

6/12/2017

Tom and Marieta Hauser's story is the first in KFB's "Dealing with Disaster" series created by veteran farm journalist John Schlageck detailing the tenacity of Kansas farmers.

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