Thursday, May 16, 2019 marked the 76th Annual Creek County Ag Tour. The tour started during the WWII era, in the year 1943. The goal of the Creek County Conservation District back in 1943 was to share what the individual farmers were doing on their farms to overcome the effects of the war and depression. Todays goal is very similar except the tour has evolved to other areas of technology that is being utilized in the farming situation. Areas such as alternate fuels and co
(WASHINGTON) - On June 10th and 11th, cattlemen and cattlewomen representing all regions of the US will put boots on the ground for meetings in Washington, DC. As part of the annual United States Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) fly-in, members will lobby on behalf of truth in labeling, livestock transportation regulations, animal health and identification, country-of-origin labeling, and increased transparency and true price discovery in the livestock marketplace.
The 21st Annual Kansas Cattlemen’s Association Convention and Trade Show will take place on October 25th & 26th, 2019 at the Meridian Center in Newton, Kansas. KCA is putting together an event where today’s ranching and agriculture communities can come together with agri-business leaders for educational seminars, industry updates, and policy meetings. Exhibitors:
Due to the limited space of our venue, it is important to reserve exhibitor space early. Only select locations in
The March Bomb Cyclone inundated areas of the upper Midwest with snow and ice which eventually melted and caused flooding damaging everything in its wake. The two months that followed included runoff into Kansas rivers and reservoirs, raising over half of Kansas lakes to historical levels. Kansas storms have resulted in rainfall well in excess of double average levels in most areas of Kansas, taking creeks and rivers out of their banks, flooding fields, farms and neighborhood