“Cowboys wear long-sleeved shirts year around, but not many wear leather vests and generally never have.” While the statement may seem insignificant to many people, including today’s working cowboys, it answers frequent questions.
When Mike Harris, owner of Acorns Resort, which includes The Cove Bar and Grill at Milford Lake, acquired a 1,000-acre tract of land in Dickinson County, he put the gears in motion for a farm-to-table operation.
Following in the footsteps of four generations that preceded him, Gavin Carson, 15, started his own dairy business.
“He is fifth generation, his grandpa (John Carson) milks 1.8 miles down the road,” said Gavin’s mother, Crystal Carson, a Chapman native.
While Kansas producers were busy with summer fieldwork and the start of harvest, the World Trade Organization conducted ministerial meetings in Geneva. Dalton Henry, vice president of policy with U.S. Wheat Associates, explained how the actions — both those taken and not taken at the meeting — will impact U.S. wheat farmers in the below article from June 7.
Around the globe, people are feeling the pain of inflation, currently at a 40-year high. The main contributor is gas and diesel prices. In today’s global economy goods are moved across America, as well the world. The price rise in fuel has led to a spike in the cost of everything we produce and buy.
There are many potential hazards with horses that can cause personal injuries. No level of training will ever remove horses’ basic survival instinct referred to as flight, said Tim Potter, an equine specialist.
The 2022 Wheat Quality Council’s Hard Winter Wheat Tour across Kansas wrapped up on May 19. During the three days of wheat scouting, tour participants traveled six routes from Manhattan to Colby to Wichita and back to Manhattan. This year’s tour hosted people from 24 U.S. states plus Mexico and Canada in 20 vehicles while traveling across the state.