Tom Giessel harvests wheat on his farm near Larned, Kansas   Photo: Jim Richardson as published in National Geographic Magazine, May 2014

By Kathy Hanks
Garden City Telegram
Originally published on April 25, 2014

Kansas is featured in the latest edition of National Geographic, with photographs of two agricultural producers plus an aerial view of wheat harvest.

Jim Richardson of Lindsborg took several of the photos. They include Larned farmer Tom Giessel standing in the harvest field with storm clouds in the background.

Frank Reese, a turkey rancher near Lindsborg, was also included for a series that begins in this issue focusing on food and the challenge of feeding the global population, which is predicted to reach 9 billion by 2050.

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Kansas is featured in the latest edition of National Geographic, with photographs of two agricultural producers plus an aerial view of wheat harvest.

Jim Richardson of Lindsborg took several of the photos. They include Larned farmer Tom Giessel standing in the harvest field with storm clouds in the background.

Frank Reese, a turkey rancher near Lindsborg, was also included for a series that begins in this issue focusing on food and the challenge of feeding the global population, which is predicted to reach 9 billion by 2050.

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Kansas is featured in the latest edition of National Geographic, with photographs of two agricultural producers plus an aerial view of wheat harvest.

Jim Richardson of Lindsborg took several of the photos. They include Larned farmer Tom Giessel standing in the harvest field with storm clouds in the background.

Frank Reese, a turkey rancher near Lindsborg, was also included for a series that begins in this issue focusing on food and the challenge of feeding the global population, which is predicted to reach 9 billion by 2050.

– See more at: http://gctelegram.com/news/HUTCH-National-Geographic-focuses-on-ag#sthash.IOMQgEab.dpuf