Clay Patton says goodbye to Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio

Rocking M Media and Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio want to thank Clay Patton for his years of service with the company as a farm broadcaster. Since Clay came on board Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio has grown in affiliates, programming and media platforms. ...

Kansas Winter Beef Expo Update

Farm Broadcaster Clay Patton talks with Case Rundel on how the 2017 Kansas Winter Beef Expo is starting. The Kansas Winter Beef Expo will run December 8-10th at the State Fair Grounds in Hutchinson. Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio Would like to ...

Veterinary Feed Directive, Where are we now?

A year ago producers were trying to learn and prepare for the coming implementation of the Veterinary Feed Directive. K-State research and extension made a large push across the state to educate producers. That’s when we talked to K-State ...

Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio Commodity Wrap UP’s for 11-27

Join Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio Farm Broadcaster Clay Patton as he re-caps last week’s grain trade. Learn how the shortened trading week affected grains. Clay also takes a look at how the US dollar is affecting US exports and how the ...

Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio Commodity Wrap UP 10-30

Join farm broadcaster Clay Patton and Jarrod Law of Lansing Trade group as they take a look at last week’s grain trade. Learn why the US dollar and Brazilian exports are competing against each other on US grain prices. That and more can ...

Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio Commodity Wrap UP 10-23

Join Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio Farm Broadcaster Clay Patton as he looks at last week’s grain trade. See what they closed at on Friday and how they did on the week. Clay also looks at the latest CFTC reports and what international events ...

Congressman Marshall and the S.A.L.E. Act

Congressman Roger Marshall has introduced the bipartisan Securing All Livestock Equitably (S.A.L.E.) Act, which will offer protections to sale barns and livestock producers from the recurring trend of defaults of livestock dealers. The S.A.L.E. ...

World Livestock Auctioneer Qualifier Comes to Imperial Nebraska

Farm broadcaster Clay Patton sits down with Imperial Auction Market manager Preston Smith. Imperial Auction Market is host to the western region qualifier for the World Livestock Auctioneer Contest. The contest is set for Saturday September ...

BNSF Railway gets ready for fall harvest.

Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio farm broadcaster Clay Patton sits down with Vice President of ag products for BNSF railway Sam Sexhus. Sam talks to listeners about how BNSF has recovered from damage sustained in the recent hurricanes and how BNSF ...

What will the rain do to the fall crops? Mike Kriegshauser with DuPont Pioneer.

      Late September and early October are proving to be very wet months for Kansas. The moisture is widely accepted by producers, but it is keeping them out of the fields for harvest and wheat drilling. Will all this moisture ...