11-20-17 Inside the BARN with CO Senator Jerry Sonnenberg: YF&R and Water Resources Committees, Odor Lawsuit, CALP & More…

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Inside the BARN with CO Senator Jerry Sonnenberg…

YF&R and Water Resources Committees, Odor Lawsuit, CALP & More…

(BARN Media – Briggsdale, CO) November 20, 2017 – Joining me inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network is CO Senator Jerry Sonnenberg from District 1 discussing several topics including:

  •  Legislator of the Year Award Recognition
  • Young Farmer & Rancher Committee Update
  • Water Resources Committee Update
  • Odor Lawsuit against Great Western Sugar in Ft Morgan
  • CALP Alumni Reunion & 2018 Gov’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture
  • Thanksgiving Wishes
  • & More

To listen to the Interview, click the audio mp3 link below…

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11-16-17 Colorado Weekly Hay Report…

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10-16-17 Inside the BARN with CO Senator Jerry Sonnenberg: Special Session Recap, Tax Reform, Healthcare, Medicaid, Meetings & More…

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Inside the BARN with CO Senator Jerry Sonnenberg…

Special Session Recap, Tax Reform, Healthcare, Medicaid, Meetings & More…

(BARN Media – Briggsdale, CO) October 16, 2017 – Joining me inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network is CO Senator Jerry Sonnenberg from District 1 discussing several topics including:

  • Fall Delays in Ag Production this year
  • CO Special Session Recap – Waste of Taxpayer Money
  • POTUS Executive Order – Health Care Across State Lines
  • POTUS Tax Reform – How it might affect Agriculture in CO
  • Medicaid Payment Delays – Whose to blame?
  • Upcoming Ag Organization Meetings
  • 26th Tri National Agricultural Accord in Denver Oct 18-20
  • Final Thoughts

To listen to the Interview, click the audio mp3 link below…

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10-12-17 Colorado Weekly Hay Report…

10-06-17 CSU Offers Free Solar Assessments for Animal Feeding Operations

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Colorado State University Offers Free Solar Assessments for Animal Feeding Operations

Colorado State University’s Rural Energy Center is offering free solar energy assessments for Colorado animal feeding operations. The assessments will provide feedlots and diversified farms that include livestock with estimated system sizes, costs, savings, and other information needed to decide whether investing in a solar array is a sound investment. Solar systems could be installed on buildings, open space, or even as shade structures over open feedlots. The solar arrays to be evaluated would be tied into the grid and used to offset the electricity costs of pumping water, lighting, ventilation, or other agricultural uses. Continue reading

10-05-17 Colorado Weekly Hay Report…

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09-16-17 Inside the BARN with CO Senator Jerry Sonnenberg: Special Session, CALP & Fall Harvest…

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Inside the BARN with CO Senator Jerry Sonnenberg…

Special Session, CALP & Fall Harvest…

(BARN Media – Briggsdale, CO) September 16, 2017 – Joining me inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network is CO Senator Jerry Sonnenberg from District 1 discussing several topics including:

To listen to the Interview, click the audio mp3 link below…

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09-15-17 CWCB stream recovery work nears completion four years after 2013 floods

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CWCB stream recovery work nears completion four years after 2013 floods

Colorado Water Conservation Board joins partners for innovative approach to restore stream channels, protect property and improve ecological conditions

The record-smashing floods of 2013 ravaged Front Range waterways, rerouting and flattening stream channels, eroding streambanks, degrading fish habitat and stripping trees and vegetation from riparian areas.

Four years later, many of those waterways have been repaired, restored and even improved due to efforts led by the Colorado Water Conservation Board and myriad partners at the state, federal and community level. Continue reading

09-14-17 Colorado Weekly Hay Report…