2017 Kansas Wildfires
Study: Combining ear tags, implants stimulates cattle growth
Recent grant spurs Kansas 4-H’s effort to inspire kids to college
Kansas wheat update: Crop challenged by lack of moisture through much of the state
Kansas State University animal science students earn spot in nationals
Kansas under fire, Kansas Forest Service steps up to help
K-State veterinarian offers advice for care of cattle that survived devastating fires
Kansas 4-H now accepting applications for Vanier Family Scholarship
Ninetieth class of Kansas Master Farmers, Master Farm Homemakers honored
Kansas State University study counters common beliefs about marbling texture in steaks
Marbling texture of steak makes no difference to consumers in appearance and taste.
Pesky parasites here early: Fleas and ticks already bugging pets around the country
A mild winter and early spring in many parts of the country mean ticks and fleas are beginning to emerge.
Biosecurity Research Institute provides upper-level training for students working with transboundary animal diseases
Some of the biggest threats to national security come from highly contagious epidemic diseases called transboundary animal diseases.