Pull up a chair and get to know the facts and folks behind your food! We’ll introduce you to seasonal recipes, hot topics and the people who know your food best — the ones who grow it!
Fourth of July Survival Guide
For the Love of Mead
Life on a Kansas Dairy Farm
Tips for Growing and Cooking With Herbs
Different Styles of Barbecue
Charcoal Grill Tips for Beginners
Grilled Flat Iron Steak Greek Salad
Q: What do pigs eat?
A: Most pigs eat a diet of corn, soybeans, vitamins and minerals. Much of the corn and soybeans fed on Kansas farms will be grown by... more
Keep a little pink in your pork! Cook it to 145 degrees and then let it rest for 3 minutes. (That’s the USDA recommendation!)
Grains can be categorized into food grains (for people) and feed grains (for cattle). Cattle eat feed grains like field corn and grain sorghum. An average of 4 ½ pounds of grain is used to produce a pound of beef.
Kansas Farm Food Connection
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