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Program: Colorado Ag Today

  • Colorado Crop Progress Report 2

    National Ag Statistics Service’s Mountain Regional Director Bill Meyer shares results for sorghum, sugar beets and potatoes from the Colorado Crop Progress Report from the week ending November 1st.

  • Colorado Crop Progress Report

    National Ag Statistics Service’s Mountain Regional Director Bill Meyer shares corn data from Colorado Crop Progress Report from the week ending November 1st.

  • Resources To Help Shoppers Find Local Products

    Well with less than 50 days left before Christmas, are you looking for gift giving ideas that celebrate Colorado and its fabulous agriculture?

  • Colorado Pork Producers Council Annual Meeting

    It will soon be time for the annual meeting of the Colorado Pork Producers Council. This year’s meeting will be held at the Morgan County Fairgrounds from 10 a.m. to 2 pm. in Brush on Saturday, November 21st.

  • Considering AgriTourism on Your Farm or Ranch?

    There are many aspects to consider and research, if your family is considering adding an agritourism enterprise to your farm or ranch.

  • Next Steps in the National Western Center Complex

    On Tuesday, Denver voters passed Ballot Measure 2C which will create the National Western Center, a year-round education, recreation and entertainment venue that will be the permanent home for the National Western Stock Show.

  • John Deere Acquires Precision Planting LLC

    Earlier this week, a subsidiary of Monsanto, the Climate Corporation signed an agreement with John Deere for Deere to acquire the Climate Corp.’s Precision Planting LLC equipment business.

  • Give Thanks for CO Potatoes

    Well another month has begun and with it the Colorado Department of Agriculture is featuring an different commodity that is grown in the state and November highlight’s Colorado potatoes.

  • The Blue Jacket Society Provides Sustainability for CO Ag Ed

    Colorado FFA Foundation Executive Director Don Thorn shares more about the Blue Jacket Society

  • Colorado State University Partners in New $1.2 million Food Safety Training Center

    Colorado State University and five other land-grant universities in the Rocky Mountain region will partner on a recently funded Western Regional Food Safety Training Center at Oregon State University.

  • CommonGround Supports Conversations with Consumers

    CommonGround is an amazing grass-roots organization that brings women who grow food together with women who buy food to engage in conversations.

  • This Year’s Ag Classic “Defining Sustainability”

    This year’s Ag Classic — the joint annual conference of Colorado Corn and Colorado Wheat will happen December 7th through the 9th at the Embassy Suites in Loveland.

  • Preparing for the Road Ahead

    The Colorado Livestock Association are holding several regional livestock symposiums across the state within the next month that are open for livestock industry members.

  • Ram Country Meats Provides Valuable Student Training

    The Colorado State University’s Meat Lab’s retail store is now known as Ram Country Meats and has had a website redesign in addition to their new brand. However, the high quality and tasty products that they have provided the public for more than 50 years will remain the same.

  • Ram Country Meats Providing Same Quality Meat Products

    The Colorado State University’s Meat Lab’s retail store has gone through a rebranding.

  • Corn Crop Update

    As of last Sunday according to the NASS weekly crop report, 25 percent of Colorado corn crop had been harvested, that is well below the five year average of 41 percent in terms of acres which has been largely due to moisture in corn-producing areas.

  • Reminder about Colorado Cattlemen’s Association Awards

    Showing appreciation of someone who makes a difference and deserves some recognition for their efforts is important.

  • CCA Announces It Will Be Joining the National Western Center

    Exciting news earlier this week, the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association announced that the CCA will be moving their headquarters to the National Western Center.

  • Colorado’s Sorghum Crop and Nationwide

    According to the Colorado NASS Crop Progress Report ending on Sunday —- the state’s sorghum crop shows about 90 percent as mature compared to the previous week’s 68 percent and 35 percent was harvested last week compared to the previous week’s 16 percent.

  • Phil Brink Hired for New Ag Water NetWORK

    In late September the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association selected Phil Brink to direct the Agriculture Water NetWORK.

  • Youth Farmers Markets Program Receives Specialty Crop Grant

    One of the Colorado recipients of a recent USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant is the Youth Farmers Markets program.

  • Colorado Crop Progress Report

    National Ag Statistics Service’s Mountain Regional Director Bill Meyer shares Colorado Crop progress from the week ending Oct. 11th.

  • U.S. Ag Export Values Continue Move Downward

    U.S. agricultural exports commodities are down from a year according the trade numbers for the first 11 months of this fiscal year which shows a downward spiral.

  • Grants Awarded For CO Specialty Crops

    More than $730,000 has been awarded in 10 grants through the USDA’s 2015 Specialty Crops Block Grant Program in Colorado.

  • VS Update

    As of last week’s Vesicular Stomatitis update from the Colorado Department of Ag’s State Veterinarian’s Office, there are 42 locations in 14 counties under quarantine after horses, mules, and cattle herds tested positive for VS.

  • Remember to Test Your Herd for Trich

    The Colorado Department of Ag reminds cattle owners to test their herd for Bovine Trichomoniasis. Ranchers who co-mingle their herds have a higher risk for trich; one way to reduce the risk of this disease is to test bulls annually.

  • Preparing for the Road Ahead

    The Colorado Livestock Association are holding several regional livestock symposiums across the state within the next month that are open to the livestock industry.

  • Attention FFA Chapters: Grants Available Through Colorado Corn

    The Colorado Corn FFA Grant Program assists FFA chapters in Colorado on projects that lack funding within their school district’s budget.

  • $1 Million Grant to Study Cropping Systems in the Western Great Plains

    A $1 million grant from the Natural Resources Conservation Services has been awarded to a group of Colorado State University researchers to examine how crop rotations and management can help improve soils through the retention of both carbon and water on the Western Great Plains — Eastern Colorado and Western Kansas.

  • Nothing Says Autumn Like Pumpkin

    For the month of October it is all about the pumpkin as the Colorado Department of Agriculture is highlighting pumpkins this month.

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