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Debt Mediators on Call
The Progressive Farmer reports on mediation and the financial outlook for producers with comments from Forrest Buhler, staff attorney with Kansas Agricultural Mediation Services.
Succession Planning Facilitation Services Now Available
Families looking for assistance in developing their succession plan now have access to facilitators provided by K-State Research and Extension and Kansas Agricultural Mediation Services. Learn more.
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Forest industry adds $2.1 billion to Kansas
MANHATTAN, Kansas, May 23, 2016 - Economics has been described as stating the obvious in terms of the incomprehensible. At times, it does seem unnecessarily complicated. When I want to know something about economics, I “high-tail it” to an economist. In this case, Tom Trieman, a natural resource economist and forester with the Missouri Department of Conservation. Read more...
Left uncontrolled, weeds would cost billions in economic losses every year
MANHATTAN, Kansas, May 16, 2016 – Imagine that weeds were left to grow uncontrolled in corn and soybean fields across North America. That scenario would cut U.S. and Canadian yields by about 50 percent, resulting in $43 billion in annual economic losses to those two crops alone, according to a new study. Read more...
Southeast Kansas Spring Crops Field Day May 24 in Parsons
PARSONS, Kansas, May 11, 2016 – Recent corn and wheat research will be on display atKansas State University’s Southeast Research and Extension CenterSpring Crops Field Day and Tour, Tuesday, May 24, in Parsons, Kansas. It will be hosted at the K-State Southeast Research and Extension Center, 25092 Ness Road (immediately south of U.S. Highway 400 on Ness Road). Read more...