The Wheat Farmer/Row-Crop Farmer Newsletter
The Wheat Farmer/Row-Crop Farmer newsletter is a monthly publication covering crop production information in Kansas, northern Oklahoma, and the Central Plains. With the Newsletter Only Subscription, you will receive 12 issues of The Wheat Farmer/Row-Crop Farmer newsletter. Reader questions are answered. The Wheat Farmer/Row-Crop Farmer gives you unbiased information, including:
- Complete variety yield test results on wheat, grain sorghum, corn, soybeans, alfalfa, sunflowers, and forage sorghum
- Fertilizer rates and placement research
- Herbicide and insecticide research updates
- Field reports on crop conditions, diseases, and insects
- Grazing trials
- Crop rotations
- Farmer interviews from Kansas and the Central Plains
Kansas Farm and Estate Law is an 8-page section that appears in every issue of the newsletter. It is authored by Roger McEowen, Iowa State University agricultural law specialist and formerly Kansas State University agricultural law specialist. This section covers recent developments in agricultural law, estates, and farm income taxes. Reader questions are answered.
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