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The Faces of Harvest: Jake and Jessie Wyrill, Kirwin

Each year, more than 20,000 Kansas wheat farmers take dramatic risks to grow the wheat that feeds the world. We hope you enjoy learning more about these farmers through our series, the “Faces of Harvest.” Before she entered school at … Continue reading

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The Faces of Harvest: The Baldwin Family, McPherson

Each year, more than 20,000 Kansas wheat farmers take dramatic risks to grow the wheat that feeds the world. We hope you enjoy learning more about these farmers through our series, the “Faces of Harvest.” After graduating from Kansas State … Continue reading

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When Will Wheat Harvest Begin?

By this time last year, the Kansas wheat harvest had already progressed northward to the Nebraska border and was at least 65% finished. In fact, by June 12 of last year, the Kansas Wheat Commission had already completed 12 of … Continue reading

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A First-Hand Look at the Tribine

Through the power of the Internet and social media, many farmers have heard about the “Tribine.” When I learned that the Tribine was located in Kansas, I jumped at the chance to see it in person. Indiana farmer Bob Dillon … Continue reading

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The Grass is Dead, the Crops are Dying and I Don’t Feel So Good Myself

I love mowing the yard at the farm. It gives me my mind a chance to wander, to think about things: the farm, the family, work. Some folks think of mowing as drudgery; I look at it as opportunity: the more … Continue reading

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