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Happy New Year 2018!
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4-H Day - Saturday - February 3, 2018
4-H Day will be here before we know it! 4-H Day is a great time to showcase your talents, get feedback on your presentations and learn from others about pro (More)
YQCA - Youth for the Quality Care of Animals
What is YQCA? Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) is a national, multi-species quality assurance program for (More)
Youth Leadership Forum
2018 Southeast Leadership Forum January 20th, 2018 9:15 – 2:45 Lyon County Fairgrounds, Emporia, Kansas LEARN ABOUT LEADERSHIP! SELF is a one-day event in January, where youth (ages 12-18) and adults across the Southeast Region come togethe (More)
Extension Master Gardener Program
Do you have winter blues and miss your garden? If you have a passion for plants and the outdoors, consider joining the Extension Master Gardener Program. With this fun program you will receive a mini horticulture degree and be able to give back to yo (More)
Forage Analysis: How can we use the numbers?
By Justin Waggoner, Extension Beef Specialist, Garden City, KS Analytical testing of forages is occasionally viewed by cattle producer (More)
Managing the impact of cattle lice during the winter months
By A.J. Tarpoff DVM, MS; Beef Extension Veterinarian Cattle lice infections can affect the health and performance of our cows and stocker cattle during the winter months. This time period generally ranges from December through March. The USDA has (More)
Differences Between High-, Medium-, and Low-Profit Cow-Calf Producers: An Analysis of 2012-2016 Kansas Farm Management Association Cow-Calf Enterprise
By Dustin L. Pendell and Kevin L. Herbel, Ag Economics The economic returns to beef cow-calf producers vary considerably over time (Figure 1) due to a number of factors, including the cattle cycle. The record high average return in 2014 was a resu (More)
Calving Schools Planned
MANHATTAN, Kan. – With the new year, beef producers are anxious for the 2018 calf crop. In anticipation of calving season, Kansas State University Animal Sciences and Industry and K-State Research and Extension are planning a series of calving school (More)
Stay Strong, Stay Healthy is coming to Beloit and Jewell
This eight-week program can help you get started on the road to better health.  The Stay Strong, Stay Healthy program is built on simple, strength-building Exercises that will improve balance, health and state of mind.  It’s not difficult or complica (More)
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