Ag & Business

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From left, Taylor Wedel, of Madrid, and Ted and Darcy Howard of Oakley, Kansas warm up their horses for the sale during the preview time last weekend. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Chance Greeley of Seneca, Kansas and son Wyatt warm up a horse during the preview at the horse sale last weekend. (Johnson Publications photo)

Return of regular horse sales in plans at Imperial Auction Market

The Imperial Auction Market was packed at last Saturday’s horse sale.
Owner Preston Smith said 30 of the 36 horses shown in the sale’s catalog were sold.

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The wet corn pile at Imperial Beef is starting to grow as semi trucks from Chase, Perkins, Dundy, Keith and other neighboring counties bring high-moisture corn to the cattle feeder. (Johnson Publications photo)

High-moisture corn harvest going full tilt

Fall harvest is starting to move into full swing with farmers chopping ensilage and starting the high-moisture and dryland corn harvest.The corn is cracked and then moved up onto the pile with a ci

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Chase County Spring Creek and Challengers Club members were the only county 4-H clubs with members marching in the State Fair N150 parade. It celebrated the 150th birthday of UNL. (Courtesy photo)

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Bringing home the Reserve Champion rosette from the state dog show’s rally division was Lindsey Mendenhall and Buster. (Courtesy photo)

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Kendall Prior took Grand Champion honors for senior goat showmanship at the State Fair. (Courtesy photo)

Chase Co. 4-H youths earn high marks at State Fair

    Several Chase County 4-H youths earned high marks at State Fair competition, which concluded earlier this month.



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