MANHATTAN, Kan. (KStateSports.com – After a record-setting first season, head coach Jerome Tang has agreed to new 7-year contract through the 2029-30 season to continue his leadership of the Kansas State men's basketball program, Director of Athletics Gene Taylor announced on Monday afternoon (September 25). The new contract replaces... Read More.
On this week’s episode of Brownfield’s Outdoor Adventures, it’s part one of a three-part series featuring Iowa hunter Kent Boucher, host of the First Gen Hunter Podcast. On part one, Kent and I have a sit back and relax type of conversation just... Read More.
Extension specialists with the University of Missouri say recent rains and short-term August weather forecast should benefit cool season grasses. “I think we’re already starting to see recovery.” Regional Agronomy Specialist Rusty Lee says 40% of the growth for cool season grasses happens in the... Read More.
Late season disease pressure is top of mind for corn and soybean growers in southeastern Illinois. DEKALB/Asgrow Technical Agronomist Josh Tooley says following drought stress and recent rains corn growers are watching for some of the usual disease suspects. “ We are seeing southern... Read More.
Hot, dry weather has increased the risk of hay fires on Midwest farms this season. Megan Schossow with the Upper Midwest Ag Safety and Health Center tells Brownfield there has been a recent uptick in hay fires and many are in barns where the... Read More.
Photo courtesy of Shane Simpson/Instagram The spring turkey season has come and gone, but a hunter from Minnesota suggests now is the time for other hunters to reflect on what they can improve upon for 2024. Shane Simpson tells Brownfield his main takeaway from this... Read More.
It’s been a busy seed corn planting season for Beck’s, the largest family-owned retail seed company in the United States. Brownfield Ag News was recently on the ground at the company’s headquarters in Atlanta, Indiana, for a tour and update from Production Location Agronomist... Read More.
A Southeast Nebraska farmer says his crops are in desperate need of moisture and could be showing signs of disease pressure. Nathan Dorn farms 30 minutes south of Lincoln and says he received about 2 inches of rain Thursday morning, but it’s not nearly... Read More.