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Barton Community College Announces Summer 2023 Graduates

By Barton Community College   Barton Community College has announced its list of graduates who earned associate degrees or certificates for career training during the summer semester of 2023.   Atchison Mekenzie Vice, A.S. Basehor Jackson Herbel, A.S. Bison Dominique Palmberg, A.S. Ellinwood Megan Clemons. A.A.S. Taryn... Read More.

Summer Soy Socials

A series of soy socials will be held in each of the seven grower districts this summer. Missouri Soybeans Field Services Coordinator Dylan Anderson says the socials are relaxed, while being informative. The socials are described as “boots and barbecue” with a light... Read More.

Rural youth shine at summer events

Commentary. Fairs, jackpot livestock shows and cattle breed association junior regional and national events are underway in America’s heartland. This is rural America’s time to shine, and no star burns brighter than the boys and girls participating in 4-H, FFA and junior livestock or junior... Read More.

Food plots and summer scouting

Photo courtesy of Bill Winke/Instagram On this week’s episode of the Outdoor Adventures hunting podcast from Brownfield Ag News, outdoor writer Bill Winke discusses his strategies for developing food plots and the dos and don’ts of summer scouting. Part 2 of Bill Winke’s interview can... Read More.

Pork donations an option in MO this summer

Hog farmers and Missouri 4-H and FFA swine exhibitors can donate their pigs or pork to the Drive to Feed Kids Hogs for Hunger Program this summer, presented by Missouri Farmers Care. Donations can be made after county fairs or during the Missouri State... Read More.

Strong farmland prices expected through the summer

An ag economist says farmland values are holding strong across the Corn Belt. Creighton University’s Ernie Goss tells Brownfield prices have been higher despite weaker grain markets and high interest rates. “Bankers, when you ask them about it, they’re not expecting farmland price growth... Read More.

Milk flush into summer

A dairy analyst says several states are now dumping an oversupply of milk because dairy plants secured more than enough product this spring at lower prices and other issues have caused disruptions. Lucas Fuess with RaboResearch tells Brownfield spot milk prices have been sharply... Read More.