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"The first thing you is turn ...
"The first thing you is turn off the conveyor filling the trailer and stabilize the corn," said Steve Estes, Jones County AgriLife extension agent, who was conducting the station.
"With above-normal temperatures combined ...
"With above-normal temperatures combined with rapid spring green-up, soil moisture is being rapidly depleted," said Steve Estes, AgriLife Extension agent for Jones County, west of Fort Worth.
Estes co-owns the Atchison County Auction Company along with his brother Steve Estes and uncle C.J. Estes.
Ron and Steve
also own and operate Estes Cattle Company
, a cow-calf, backgrounding, cattle feeding and farming business.
...Estes is a past KBC chairman and a member of the Cattlemen's Beef Board since 2001.He serves on the KLA Executive Committee and the NCBA Advertising Committee.Estes is a past member of the KLA Animal Health and Brand Committee.Estes, a life-long resident of Atchison, has served as treasurer of the Trinity Lutheran Church for 32 years.He
held the same position with Rural Water District
#5 for three years.He earned a bachelors degree in ag economics from Kansas State University in 1970.Prior to that, Estes graduated from St. John's Lutheran Junior College in Winfield.
Lonnie Busch and Steve Estes will each serve a three-year term on the board as new appointments.
...Estes, Atchison, is a part owner and operator of Estes Cattle Inc., an order buying and cattle operation.He has been the county director of the Kansas Livestock Association, state president of the Kansas Livestock Marketing Association, and president and board member of the Atchison County Farm Bureau.Estes
has also served has president and board member of the Atchison Area Chamber of Commerce
Contact: Steve Estes, ...
Contact: Steve Estes, 325-823-2432, firstname.lastname@example.org
ANSON - The Texas A&M
AgriLife Extension Service office in Jones County will conduct their Weed and Brush Management Seminar for Pasture and Rangelands from 8:30 a.m. until noon March 25 in the Lawrence Hall Activity Center
at 801 23rd St. in Anson.
"Controlling unwanted weeds and brush in our pastures is a constant battle," said Steve Estes, AgriLife Extension agent in Jones County.
"The purpose of this workshop is to acquaint our producers with the latest, best and most cost effective control methods now available.
There are some new products out there this season, so if anyone has been out of the loop regarding the new herbicides now available, this workshop would be well worth their time if controlling weeds and brush is in their future."
Individual registration is $10 and includes a catered meal.
asks those planning to attend to preregister by March 21 by calling the AgriLife
Extension office in Jones County at 325-823-2432.
More workshop information can also be obtained at that number.