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 “KUDOS!” to our Grounds crew for a job well done! Many of you may have noticed that the corridor from Wefald Hall to the main campus (along the south side of Ackert Hall) had become a safety concern, particularly at night. Students walking to an (More)
Happy Retirement!
Our Facilities family wants to say “Happy Retirement!” to Ute Cruz! Ute has been working as a Custodial Specialist for facilities since November of 2000. She began working on the Anderson Hall crew for four years before moving over to the crew fo (More)
Welcome to Our Team!!
  Daniel Williams was hired as a Custodial Specialist. He will be working for Beverly Price. Michael Seymour II was hired as an Electrician Senior for Building Maintenance Zone 2. He will be working for Mike Paph. (More)
Happy Birthday!
Summer Programming
MANHATTAN--Summer programming in the Office of Diversity is in full swing. Each day scholars have participated in activity-filled programs complete with learning and networking opportunities. Pre-collegiate students in the Junior MANRRS program have (More)
Nitrates – what we know and where we need to go
Nitrate toxicity is a well-known metabolic issue in cattle associated with the amount of nitrate in the feed and water; however, it is a complex issue, especially in regards to grazing green forages.  Once consumed by cattle, nitrates enter the rumen (More)
Toe abscesses in feedlot cattle
By A.J. Tarpoff, DVM, MS, extension veterinarian Lameness is a significant disease challenge in feedlot cattle. It has been estimated that 16% of all treatments, 5% o (More)
Post Rock District Welcomes New Horticulture Agent
Cassie Homan recently joined our team as the new Post Rock District Horticulture Agent.  As you will see in her blog post, Cassie has a passion for plants and helping peopl (More)
Food Preservation Workshop August 9th
Join us for a full day of hands on food preservation!  This workshop is for beginners and experienced canners who are wanting to brush up on current methods.  Participants will gain experience water bath & pressure canning, preserving their own s (More)
See You at the County Fair!
We look forward to seeing you at your local county fair! Individuals of all ages are encouraged to exhibit a prized item, creation, and/or skill in Open Class. The fair is a great place to see local talent on display and to enjoy entertainment with y (More)
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