You can cook sorghum a lot of different ways — like rice or quinoa, popped like popcorn, milled into flour or made into syrup.See full tip
To freeze sweet corn, you need to cook it first. To keep from over-cooking it, cool it quickly in cold tap water, then ice water. Strain excess water, then bag, seal and freeze.See full tip
Buying larger cuts of beef and slicing them into steaks at home can save you at least a dollar or two per pound. Freeze individually or serve when entertaining a group.See full tip
The largest market for field corn is to provide feed for animals like cattle, pigs, chicken, and even catfish.See full fact
From farm to processor to distribution and retail, dairy creates jobs that support the economic well-being of Kansans. The dairy industry contributes $592 million annually to the Kansas economy and...See full fact
Did you know cotton is becoming a big crop in Kansas? Last year, farmers here produced over 164 million pounds of cotton!See full fact
Q: Is dairy good for you?
A: Dairy products have calcium to keep our bones strong. It also provides many other essential nutrients, helps control diabetes and...See full Q&A
Q: Does wheat come from genetically engineered seed?
A: There is no genetically-modified wheat commercially available in the world’s food supply.See full Q&A
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...See full Q&A