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Big Third Quarter Sends K-State Women Past Wisconsin

MANHATTAN, Kan. (KStateSports.com) – Holding a 10-point lead at halftime on Sunday afternoon in front of 5,424 fans at Bramlage Coliseum, K-State women's basketball stepped on the accelerator in the third quarter and downed Wisconsin, 75-57, to improve its record to 4-0 on the season.

CHS pursues Wisconsin soybean processing plant

The President of the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board is optimistic and excited about a possible soybean crushing facility near Evansville, Wisconsin. Clinton farmer Patrick Mullooly tells Brownfield it’s early in the process for CHS, as the cooperative moves forward with plans to build a... Read More.

Potato harvest has begun in Wisconsin

The potato harvest has begun for some Wisconsin growers.  Donald Maum is the Sustainability Manager for Alsom Farms and Produce.  He tells Brownfield the potato crop is looking good so far. “It’s been a dry year, but we’re 100% irrigated here on... Read More.

Farm bill hearing set for La Crosse, Wisconsin

The House Agriculture Committee will be taking testimony on the next farm bill in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Congressman Derrick Van Orden tells Brownfield farmers and others connected to agriculture and nutrition can tell elected officials what they would like to see in the new... Read More.

Most Wisconsin crops remain dry

Scattered rains brought little relief to Wisconsin crops last week.  USDA statistician Greg Bussler says there were reports of severe weather damaging crops in northwestern Wisconsin with some fields being a total loss.  One of those storms centered in Barron County included large... Read More.