The gray wolf was once a resident of much of the United States, adapted to a wide range of habitats. It was common in Kansas, except perhaps in the very southeastern corner of the state. Explorers once recorded its presence in both prairie and forested habitats. This much-feared animal was frequently shot on sight by […]
Mountain lions (more properly known as cougars) once roamed across much of the United States. Now they’re back in Kansas.
While we here at Homestead on the Range make no claim to be political experts, we recognize that politics is an issue that deeply affects Kansas residents, particularly those who run their own businesses. Accordingly, we plan to report the results of races key to our state. No analysis, just the facts. The results of […]
On Friday, May 2, the United States Department of Agriculture released its final report on the 2012 Census of Agriculture.
On Thursday, February 20, the USDA released the preliminary results of the 2012 Census of Agriculture. The census shows that while the number of farms in America continues to gradually decline, the value of farm products sold in the United States has increased by 33% from 2007. Here are a few of the highlights of […]