High Plains Journal
History and profile
The journal was established in 1949 when the Dodge City Journal was renamed High Plains Journal. Each week the publication covers farming and ranching topics with award-winning editorial, up-to-date industry reports, markets, weather, and the largest classified section in the region. The publication devotes issues to certain topical information such as farm and ranch management, seed, cattle feeding, agribusiness and more.
The publication prints five editions to serve farming practices, rather than state lines or other boundaries. The Western Kansas edition, The Eastern Kansas Edition, The Western Plains Edition (serving Colorado, Western Nebraska, and Wyoming), The Southern Plains Edition (serving Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Arkansas), and Midwest Ag Journal (serving Eastern Nebraska, Missouri, Eastern South Dakota, Minnesota, and Iowa).
- "About Us". High Plains Journal. Retrieved 4 September 2016.
|This trade magazine–related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
See tips for writing articles about magazines. Further suggestions might be found on the article's talk page.