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Helpful tips for managing the home landscapeLeft uncontrolled, weeds would cost billions in economic losses every yearUse dormant native range and supplements to possibly improve cow herd efficiencyFrom the field: mobile drip irrigation aims to use water more efficientlyDifferences in high- and low-profit beef producers influenced by record keeping, cost management

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weather stationWeather watcher alert: Kansas weather data system expands
Based at Kansas State University, Kansas Mesonet adds data collection sites to a growing network.
water technologyWater Technology Farms Being Implemented in Response to Vision
Water Conservation Techniques Being Tested on Volunteer Farms
volunteer wheatEarly control of volunteer wheat advised in hail-damaged crop
Steps taken just after harvest may make a big difference later on.
KASLA 2016High school students learn to lead the animal science industry
Students from across the country participated in an immersive livestock and leadership learning experience at Kansas State University.
Emerald CircleKansas 4-H awards scholarships to 67 students, recognizes KAP winners
Winners were honored for their accomplishments at the 2016 Emerald Circle Banquet on June 2.

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2016 coverage of the Beef Improvement Federation symposium

Zika virus research at Biosecurity Research Institute aims to control, fight mosquitoes
Kansas State University is helping the fight against Zika virus through mosquito research at the Biosecurity Research Institute.

Security experts call for cooperation between veterinarians and international agencies on capacity building to reduce biological threats
U.K. and U.S. security experts called for greater cooperation between veterinarians and international agencies toward reducing biological threats and improving international security during a recent visit to the College of Veterinary Medicine at K-State.


Upcoming K-State Research and Extension events June 22, 2016

Free webinar available on forage crops toxic for cattle June 28

Eastern Kansas Grazing School to take place Sept. 20-21

Animal feed safety training coming soon