Ag & Business

Colorado produces over half of the total millet grown in the United States, and the newly-formed High Plains Millet Association aims to increase and sustain the industry through alternative markets, improved varieties and funding from a potential market order. —photo by Ken Mostek

Millet—not just for the birds?

    When you hear the word millet, you think of birdseed.

Pictured is a certified organic white corn field in Chase County being worked with organically prepared farm equipment owned by Joel Grosbach. — courtesy photo

Organic farming making a resurgence

    Organic farming today is an alternative agricultural system which has been making its way back in recent years because of rapidly changing farming practices and an ever-increasing awareness of


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