farmers and ranchers in the United States are at the leading edge of reducing so-called greenhouse gas emissions from their operations.
We are seeing our population drop in most of rural Kansas, which means our political influence also is shrinking. We are seeing political power swing to more populated areas.
Kim Baldwin writes about committing to embracing life like a 4-year-old in a tiara.
Humans throughout history seem to live the same stories and plots repeatedly.
Now is the time of year when ATVs and UTVs might show up under a Christmas tree or you see something at a farm show that would fit right into your operation.
We have weathered tough times, grown as an operation and become the biggest and most influential general farm organization in the state.
Our farm dog Rosie is a whip-smart Australian Shepherd. She’s a good dog, but sometimes she can get herself into some interesting situations.
It has been a long slow process but I have worked to build a reputation and found a place in the community.
It’s easy to conflate headlines with the actual state of humanity. It’s an understandable reaction, but it’s also a misreading of what makes news.
Think about it; it’s a holiday where the main celebration is a feast. If that is not a celebration of agriculture, I don’t know what is.