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Need some help? Try these faculty suggestions
Are you looking for some valuable online resources for your students? Several Curriculum and Instruction faculty suggest the following: Cyndi Kuhn (Technology) — 1. Workshop Resources: http://www.cyndikuhn.i (More)
Looking Ahead
A new year and a new semester are just around the corner! Next month, we'll help you make the transition--while finding some fun purple events along the way. Wrapp (More)
Your COE family wants to hear from you!
We are waiting for an update from you! Why don't you send us a photo of you at work in your classroom! Or, do you have a question about classroom procedures? A sugg (More)
Faculty meetings: A how-to guide
At this point, you’ve probably experienced a teaching tradition—which can’t be replicated anywhere else but within the walls of your school: The faculty meeting. You’ve p (More)
The holidays are approaching
Don't look now, but it's almost time to flip your calendar to 2018! That's right – for all of you first-year teachers, you've almost made it through half a year as a te (More)
The start of the third trimester, the most underappreciated day of the year
By Sandy Johnson, extension beef specialist Each of us have special dates we celebrate on an annual basis — birthdays, anniversaries and other special holidays. For the cow herd, notable dates might include the start of calving or breeding season (More)
Forage analysis: What Numbers Do I Need
By Justin Waggoner, Beef Systems Specialist One the more common questions I receive with regard to analytical testing of forages and other feedstuffs is, “I have the sample, now what do I test for or what analysis package should I select?” The (More)
A System Approach to Cattle Handling Facility Design
  By A.J. Tarpoff, Beef Extension Veterinarian Cattle handling facilities are an excellent investment for the future of an operation. A well designed handling facility allows the operator to work more efficiently saving time and reducing a (More)
Identity Theft: What to know, What to do
Is someone using your personal or financial information to make purchases, get benefits, file taxes, or commit fraud? That’s identity theft. If have become a victim of fraud, the Federal Trade Commission shares that the first step is to call the c (More)
Donating Safe and Nutritious Food
The holidays are a great time to donate food to food banks, food drives, and soup kitchens.  Make the most out of your donations by following these guidelines.More)
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