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Program: Colorado Ag Today

  • Colorado Proud February Recipe Features Colorado Honey

    Did you know that there are 27,000 bee colonies in Colorado producing 1 million pounds of honey every year?

  • Ag Resource Management Survey

    You may be one of Colorado’s ag producers that have been asked to fill out a survey to help determine the nation’s farmers’ income and expenses.

  • CCA Brand Inspector of the Year

    Chad Moore was named CCA Brand Inspector of the Year for 2015. He has worked as a brand inspector since 2007.

  • January Colorado Cattle Inventory

    Last Friday the yearly USDA Cattle on Inventory Report was released. National Ag Statistic Service Mountain Region Director Bill Meyer shares the Inventory numbers for Colorado.

  • Daley Named NCBA Top Hand Champion

    Friday morning at the Cattle Industry Convention in San Diego New Castle, Colorado rancher and immediate past Colorado Cattlemen’s Association president Frank Daley was named the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s Top Hand Club Champion for 2015.

  • Reflected R Ranch CCA Seed Stock Producer of the Year

    At the recent Colorado Cattlemen’s Association’s Mid-Winter Conference, the CCA presented awards to highlight industry members who have made a difference in the state’s beef industry.

  • CSU's Crop Development Forum

    The opportunity for crop advisors and ag producers to participate in a high level discussion of multiple crops for Colorado is happening in several weeks at the Colorado State University Crop Development Forum.

  • Annual Colorado Fruit and Vegetable Growers Conference

    The annual Conference for the Colorado Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association will be held on Feb. 17th in Denver.

  • Join Discussion About New Ag Technologies

    This week is the Colorado Farm Show in Greeley. As always, there will be lots to see and do if you are attending. Colorado Corn Communications Director Eric Brown reminds ag producers about a special discussion happening tomorrow, Wednesday morning from 9 to 11 at the Farm Show

  • Cultivating Connections for a Healthy, Working River

    The Third Annual Poudre River Forum “Cultivating Connections for a Healthy, Working River” -- will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, at The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland

  • Soil Guys Help Bring Back Core Fundamentals

    Third generation Colorado potato grower Brendon Rockey of Rockey Farms has a passion for the soil and improving its health.

  • National Western Stock Show Provides Intern Opportunities

    The National Western Stock Show continues through Sunday and if you aren’t in Denver at the Stock Show but are keeping tabs on how your particular breed’s show has gone, very likely if you on following via social media or National Western’s website you can thank a hard working intern for the prose and images.

  • Request for Sunflower Performance Trials Entries

    Colorado State University and Extension specialist Dr. Jerry Johnson says companies participation is critical to the success of these hybrid sunflower performance trials.

  • Colorado Certified Potato Growers Association

    While at the Potato Expo last week in Las Vegas, I stopped by the Colorado Certified Potato Growers Association booth and visited with Manager Preston Stanley and asked him what is unique about Colorado’s seed potatoes.

  • Colorado Grain Stocks and Crop Summary

    Last week the USDA released their Crop Summary and Grain Stocks Reports. NASS Mountain Region Director Bill Meyer reports on Colorado statistics from the Crop Summary.

  • When Should Ranchers Consider Logging

    In a new video co-produced by CSU extension and Colorado State Forest Service,, John Twitchell Steamboat Springs District Forester, provides some thoughts on whether logging is feasible

  • When Should Ranchers Consider Logging

    In a new video co-produced by CSU extension and Colorado State Forest Service,, John Twitchell Steamboat Springs District Forester, provides some thoughts on whether logging is feasible

  • Oregon's Burns Cty Standoff is a Western Issue

    Here in Colorado, Oregon’s Harney county is hundreds of miles away, “out of sight out of mind ”. But as Oregon’s Congressman Greg Walden so passionately explained from the Senate floor last week. This is not an Oregon issue, it’s a Western Issue.

  • Platte Valley FFA Awarded $5,000 Grant

    The Colorado Corn Administrative Committee recently awarded a $5,000 grant to the Platte Valley FFA Chapter in Kersey, Colo., which will help those students add GPS-controlled, variable-rate sprinkler nozzles to the chapter's research field.

  • Sunflower Oil Is a Healthy Option

    With the new dietary guidelines being released National Sunflower Association Executive Director John Sandbakken, share more about about the healthy profile of sunflower oil.

  • CSU Day at the Stock Show Jan. 16

    This Saturday, January 16th is the annual Colorado State University Day at the National Western Stock Show.

  • Colorado Farm Bureau Educates Public About Ag

    National Western Stockshow is upon us. With the opportunity to watching the showing judging, seeing old friends, and watch exciting rodeo, also comes a great avenue to educate the public about Colorado agriculture.

  • Bob Stallman Appreciation Day

    Yesterday, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack decreed the day, American Farm Bureau Retiring President Bob Stallman Appreciation Day.

  • Seeking Nominees for the Colorado Ag Exporting Awards

    The Colorado Department of Agriculture is looking to recognize and honor Colorado companies for their export efforts through the second annual Governor’s Award for Agricultural Exporting.

  • Kick Up Your Queso with Colorado Buffalo

    January’s Colorado Proud program highlights colorado buffalo with its Buffalo Queso dip.

  • Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture

    In February, the Colorado Agriculture Leadership Program is putting together an exciting agenda for the 2016 Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture.

  • Landlord Relationships Advice

    In today’s capital intensive world of agriculture, many young or beginning farmers are renting or leasing land.

  • People Skills Essential For Ag Producers

    In the past farmers or ranchers could operate as individuals --- not having to rely on others for success. However, as agriculture has consolidated and the globe has become smaller, getting along with and working with others has become more and more important.

  • Gluten Removed From Wheat Using Mushroom Technology

    A Denver-based food technology company has been using mushrooms to extract the bitterness from both coffee and chocolate and just recently announced that its mushroom technology also naturally removes the gluten from wheat.

  • 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.

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