KFRR honors Veteran’s Day

by Sara Miles / November 11, 2019

In honor of Veteran's Day, the Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio Network will not be airing markets. Instead, Marshall Rhae of Oakley, Kansas shared this original poem. [audio mp3="https://www.kansasfarmandranchradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Veterans-Day-Marshall-Rhae-Tribute-SARA-INTRO.mp3"][/audio]...

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USDA Announces Next Round of MFP Payments

by Sara Miles / November 11, 2019

WASHINGTON - USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue announced last week the latest round of Market Facilitation Payments (MFP) to help farmers and ranchers deal with the continued impacts of ongoing trade disruptions and non-tariff barriers to exports. “I applaud President Trump and Secretary Perdue for their continued commitment to supporting our farmers and ranchers,” U.S. Congressman Roger Marshall...

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Insight: Health food? Mine’s meat

by Sara Miles / October 29, 2019

Greg Doering, Kansas Farm Bureau Kansas Farm Bureau’s (KFB) brand, Kansas Living, recently launched a campaign promoting the benefits of eating meat I never would have imagined necessary when I was growing up. While it wasn’t always the main attraction, meat was always on our plates for dinner. Oftentimes it was there at lunchtime, too. Kansas Living’s “Make Mine Meat” campaign e...

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Rep. Marshall Introduces Real MEAT Act

by Sara Miles / October 29, 2019

WASHINGTON (news release) - Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., (R-KS), along with Congressman Anthony Brindisi (D-NY), introduced The Real Marketing Edible Artificials Truthfully (MEAT) Act, to address deceptive labeling practices in alternative protein products Monday. The Real MEAT Act will codify the definition of beef for labeling purposes, reinforce existing misbranding provisions to eliminat...

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KDA Confirms Vesicular Stomatitis in Horses in Sherman County

by Sara Miles / October 24, 2019

MANHATTAN, Kan. (news release) -- The Kansas Department of Agriculture has announced that vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) was confirmed in horses in Sherman County on October 23, 2019. Kansas becomes the eighth state in the U.S. to have confirmed cases of VSV this year. The infected horses all reside on the same premises, which is a private residence, and no animal movement has occurred on or ...

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