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Grain Stock Report - December 1, 2023

Grain Stock Report – December 1, 2023

REGIONAL NEWS RELEASE  United States Department of Agriculture  NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS SERVICE  MOUNTAIN REGIONAL FIELD OFFICE  P.O. BOX 150969 · Lakewood, CO 80215-0969  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 12, 2024   Contact: Rodger Ott  (800) 392-3202  GRAIN STOCKS – DECEMBER 1, 2023  ARIZONA  Off-farm barley stocks in Arizona on December 1, 2023, totaled 112,000 bushels, according to […]

John Alvin Summers   November 16, 1940 - January 10, 2024

John Alvin Summers November 16, 1940 – January 10, 2024

    Services are pending until Spring of 2024 for John Alvin Summers. John was born on November 16, 1940 at Dalhart, Texas to Roy and Gladys (Cook) Summers and passed away on January 10, 2024 at the Lamar Estates with his family by his side at the age of 83. He is preceded in […]

Colorado DMV Unveils Top License Plate Designs for 2023

Colorado DMV Unveils Top License Plate Designs for 2023

  LAKEWOOD – Friday, Jan. 5, 2024 — The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) proudly reveals the most popular license plates of 2023, including a rereleased plate and a longstanding design that honors victims and survivors of a Colorado tragedy. Based on Colorado’s 1945 variant (Retired Style Black plate in the attached report), the […]



COLORADO HIGHLIGHTS: Production of the 2023 corn for grain crop in Colorado is estimated at 123.83 million bushels, up 6 percent, or 6.46 million bushels, from last year’s production of 117.37 million bushels, according to the December 1 Agricultural Survey conducted by the Mountain Regional Field Office of the National Agricultural Statistics Service, USDA. The […]

Applications Open for History Colorado Program

  DENVER — January 9, 2024 — The 2024 applications for History Colorado’s Centennial Farms & Ranches Program have opened. Centennial Farms & Ranches, a joint initiative of History Colorado and the Colorado Department of Agriculture, honors the contributions of the state’s ranching and farming families that have withstood the pressures of growth, changes in […]