Seems Kansas farmers and ranchers are always doing something in their fields, grassland and on our public roads.
By Dr. Justin Waggoner, Beef Systems Specialist
Provided Mother Nature has finally chosen spring as our current season after months of indecision and confusion on her part, it’s time for softball and baseball.
When you think of Kansas farmers and ranchers the words resilience and resolve come to mind. This is especially true as they look another year of drought squarely in the face.
It is tough being a teenager, pre-teen or “tween” and a kid, today more than ever.
Our family was pleased your paper shared the story of the recently discovered painting of our ancestor, William Sheets. There are a few points which need to be clarified.
As members of the Lincoln County Transportation Bus Board, we would like to draw attention to a service that many residents may not be aware that Lincoln County offers.
Having a live calf is the name of the game in our industry.
They say the hardest part of being a parent is when your kids grow up. It’s when you must let them make their own mistakes. You must let them take the hit when things don’t go their way.
With the limited moisture, you might think that weeds may also be limited or late to emerge. That may be true, but somehow the weeds find a way to emerge when you least expect it!