K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien talks about some noteworthy grain price basis relationships at Kansas elevators currently, and what marketing opportunities those might present to grain producers, as part of his weekly discussion of the grain market trends. See more
Kansas ranks around 20th in the number of turkeys raised compared to other states. That doesnât seem too bad until you realize that 20th is still far less than 1 percent of all the 235 million turkeys grown in the United States each year. The leading states are Minnesota, North Carolina and Arkansas, according to data from the Economic Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The Southwest Missouri Beef Cattle Improvement Association held its annual meeting in Springfield on Nov. 12 and recognized two firms for outstanding efforts in beef cattle improvement.
Robert Balek was recently hired by University of Missouri Extension as a horticulture specialist working in Jasper and surrounding counties. According to Jay Chism, regional director for MU Extension, Balek will be working with both individuals and commercial growers as well as providing leadership and training to local Master Gardener programs.
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The Rays went from 10 managerial candidates to three on Friday. Kevin Cash, Raul Ibanez and Don Wakamatsu compose the final group from which the organization plans to make its choice for Joe Maddon's successor.
The Royals spiced up their 40-man roster moves on Thursday by making a trade, acquiring outfielder Reymond Fuentes from San Diego for Minor League pitcher Kyle Bartsch. They also promoted outfielder Jorge Bonifacio and shortstop Orlando Calixte, which brings the roster to 38, leaving two spots for potential acquisitions.