Tune in at 3:30pm today for Ag Perspectives with Jim Wenger.
Today, we will hear from Dr. Glynn Tonsor of Kansas State University as he takes a current look at the U.S. Beef Cattle Industry from the 2021 Kansas Ag Summit. … See MoreSee Less
After being forced to drop out of the Race Across America twice before, he tried it again. And this time, despite another visit to the ER during the race, he finished. And made cycling history.
Erik Newsholme is my guest this week on Amazing Americans.
Amazing Americans can be heard on weekends on radio stations around the country.
It is also available as a podcast at
amazingamericans.org … See MoreSee Less
Fresh cut alfalfa is my favorite! What is yours? … See MoreSee Less
fresh mowed hay don't turn the soil no-till
On today’s Ag Perspectives, we will hear from Nicolette Hahn Niman about the nutritional, sustainable, and ethical case for meat production. Nicolette is an author, lawyer and rancher.
We look at why well-raised cattle actually improve ecosystem function and how removing them from our food system would create a gaping hole for us, both nutritionally and environmentally.
Tune in today at 3:30pm for Ag Perspectives with Jim Wenger. … See MoreSee Less
Today, On The Front Porch, Phil Kasper talks with Michael Travis. Michael is writing a book titled, "Kansas Breweries from A to Z" due to come out in 2022.
Tune in today at 2:30pm and again at 7:00pm to hear Michael’s story. … See MoreSee Less
Today, On The Front Porch, Jon Lang talks with Joseph Tatner, the new owner of the Lebold Mansion in Abilene, KS. If you missed the first airing, you can tune in again at 7:00pm.
(Photo courtesy of www.abilene-rc.com/users/profile/editor) … See MoreSee Less
Photo of the day submitted by Ole Farmer, taken near Buckeye, KS. The milo is starting to head. … See MoreSee Less
Today, On The Front Porch, Duane Toews talks with Lavonna "Shorty" Koger. You can tune in at 7:00pm to listen or catch as a podcast. … See MoreSee Less
Tune in to KFRM 550 AM, at 3:30pm today to hear Sen. John Boozman (R-AR) discuss the current status on a number of issues important to agriculture including trade, estate taxes, climate policy, infrastructure, rural broadband, WOTUS, farm bill and more.
The ranking member of the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee paid a visit to the 22nd Annual Southern Peanut Growers Conference over the weekend to provide a policy update … See MoreSee Less
Today, on Ag Perspectives, we will be learning about Integrated Pest Management, a way to manage insects as resistance is building to some of our chemical controls. Dr. Travis Pochaska, an entomologist and crop protection specialist, will be going us.
Today at 3:30pm on KFRM 550am … See MoreSee Less