“What are the markets really going to do this year, which farm program is best, what are interest rates going to do?”
Seemingly run-on questions, all three are weighing heavy on farmers’ minds.
Answers are to be offered during the Farm Profit Conference Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the Citizen Pottawatomie Community Center, 806 Nishnabe Trail, Rossville. Continue reading →
“Corn Dynasty–Corn. Fun. Community.”
It’s the 85th annual Tall Corn Festival, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 8th through the 10th, at Rossville, Kansas, US.
“In the heart of the Kaw Valley, families from across the land gather for music, parades and most importantly have celebrated the Rossville Tall Corn Festival on the second weekend of August for the past 84 years,” announced officials of the Rossville Community Development Committee, with the objective to “help improve the overall quality of life in Rossville, Kansas.” Continue reading →
“Who has grown the tallest corn this year?”
With irrigation and enhancing growing conditions, along with most timely rainfall, records might be broken this year during the tallest corn stalk judging at the 84th Annual Rossville Tall Corn Festival, August 9-10-11, in Rossville.
Continuing in recognition of corn production in the Kaw Valley, one of the best-corn-growing-regions in the world, the Rossville Tall Corn Festival is much more than tall corn stalks, even more than corn-spitting, and eating-corn on-the-cob. Continue reading →
Spots are a family deal.
It’s been that way for three generations, and enthusiasm of the breeders indicates the tradition will continue much longer.
That’s the Spot hog business for Larry and Sheri Wehner and their son, Joe, at Wehner Farms near Rossville. Continue reading →