New Kansas State University study confirms possible danger of imported feed contaminated with Africa...

by Sara Miles / September 16, 2019

MANHATTAN, Kan. (news release) — A new study conducted by veterinary researchers at Kansas State University sheds new light on a threatening swine disease: African swine fever. The research team, headed by Megan Niederwerder, assistant professor of diagnostic medicine and pathobiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine, looks at the degradation of African swine fever virus in animal feed ...

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Corn Harvest Underway

by Sara Miles / September 16, 2019

Josh Roe with Kansas Corn visits with Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio and gives an update on the early stages of fall harvest. [audio mp3="https://www.kansasfarmandranchradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Josh-Roe-Full-Interview.mp3"][/audio]...

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Capital Connection: Congressman Roger Marshall

by Sara Miles / September 12, 2019

Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio talks with Kansas First District Congressman Dr. Roger Marshall to discuss his priorities as Congress reconvenes following the August recess. [audio mp3="https://www.kansasfarmandranchradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Roger-Marshall-9_9_2019.mp3"][/audio]...

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Patriot Day at the Kansas State Fair

by Sara Miles / September 11, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EJtlms5Y5g&feature=youtu.be Farm Broadcaster Jay Sanderson spent the 18th Anniversary of the September 11 attacks at the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson, taking in some of the patriotic sights and sounds from the day....

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Capital Connection: Senate Candidate Bryan Pruitt

by Sara Miles / September 9, 2019

Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio is proud to introduce a new feature called Capital Connection, which brings Washington politics to the fields of Kansas.  In our second installment, we caught up with Bryan Pruitt at the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson. Pruitt, a conservative commentator for the blog Red State and TownHall.com, seeks the Republican nomination for the US Senate in an effort to replace ...

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Capital Connection: Senate Candidate Nancy Boyda

by Sara Miles / September 9, 2019

Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio is proud to introduce a new feature called Capital Connection, which brings Washington politics to the fields of Kansas.  In our first installment, we caught up with Nancy Boyda at the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson. Boyda, a former US Representative from Kansas' 2nd District, seeks the Democrat nomination for the US Senate in an effort to replace outgoing 4-term Sena...

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Insight: The Opportunity of Change

by Sara Miles / September 9, 2019

Jackie Mundt, Pratt County farmer and rancher Change is in the air. Children have grown over the summer and are starting the new school year a little more grown up. The promise of sunny, brisk days makes many of us excited to breakout hoodies and sweaters. Fall foliage soon will begin to show the colorful signs of a new season, and in coffee shops or local co-ops across the state the conversati...

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