It’s time, once again, to get a team together for Walk Kansas. Linda Beech has the details for this year’s event.
Stacy Campbell talks about early control of Kochia or commonly referred to as fire weed.
If you have a warm season grass, now is the perfect time to spray for a couple of “problem” weeds commonly found around the area.
If you would like to learn how to better judge 4-H projects at the fair, the 4-H Judge’s Training program might be for you.
Winter is the perfect time to start planning that garden for this Summer. Holly Dickman offers some advice on what we can be doing now to get ready for that Summer garden.
Linda Beech introduces several programs coming up in the future from the Ellis County Extension office.
Stacy Campbell talks about a program coming up on Monday, February 6, 2017 called, “Top 10 Considerations to Navigate a Struggling Farm Economy!” https://www.hayspost.com/wp-admin/post-new.php#edit_timestamp
The 4H year has just begun and Susan Schlicting visits with each club to get them off to a good start.
With the year coming to a close, now might be a good time to renegotiate your farm ground lease.
Linda Beech explains the benefits of drinking hot tea.
If you have noticed your pine tree dropping needles lately, Holly Dickman has the answer for you.
Linda Beech tells us how to give nutritional food during community food drives.
Stacy Campbell gives details on a new beef cattle program coming up on Tuesday, November 15 on a new regulation which will impact area producers.