- Waynoka holds annual trophy auction, show
Local 4-H’ers attend Denver Western Roundup
More than 900 youths from more than 30 states, along with Alberta, Canada, attended this year’s event in the Mile High City.
Kingfisher teacher wins Ag in Classroom honor
This is all part of the fun of being in Lisa Storm’s class at Heritage Elementary School.
Conservation tillage to be conference topic
The ninth annual Conservation Tillage Conference will begin at 8:30 a.m. Feb. 19 with registration at Chisholm Trail Expo Center.
Direct payments eliminated
Gone are direct payments, a politically untenable system in which landowners got fixed amounts per acre, whether crop prices were high or low — or even if they didn’t plant at all.
Wheat prices not expected to increase much
It appears that wheat prices may have found their lowest level for the current market year.
Healthy boon for farmers: Producers turn to canola as people seek better options
From Oregon to Oklahoma, farmers have started planting canola in earnest, rotating the yellow-flowered crop that could blossom into a replacement for artery-clogging trans fats found in myriad junk foods, such as cookies, cakes and pies.
Garber FFA president, vice president attend P.I. executive dinner
Garber FFA officers Braden Schovanec, president, and Kellan Hostetler, vice president, attended the P.I. executive dinner Jan. 8 at Simpson’s Old Time Museum.
Canton student receives scholarship for cabbage
Hudsen Scott, a third-grader at Canton Elementary School, grew a seven-pound cabbage that qualified him as a contestant in the Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program.
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