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Smoking Pasture2017 Kansas Wildfires
Special coverage of responses and aid offered through K-State Research and Extension in the southern and western parts of the state

Cattle on PrairieStudy: Combining ear tags, implants stimulates cattle growth
Research shows large increase in protection against pesky horn flies

4-H logoRecent grant spurs Kansas 4-H’s effort to inspire kids to college
Youth Futures helps under-represented groups overcome education barriers

Dry WheatKansas wheat update: Crop challenged by lack of moisture through much of the state
Above-average temperatures pushed wheat to green up earlier than usual

Ron WilsonKansas Profile – Now That’s Rural:
Omar Knedlik - ICEE


ASI QuadrathlonKansas State University animal science students earn spot in nationals
Named Midwest Regional Animal Science Academic Quadrathlon champions

2017-wildfires-kfs-responseKansas under fire, Kansas Forest Service steps up to help
Kansas Forest Service helps lead fire response across the state

calf careK-State veterinarian offers advice for care of cattle that survived devastating fires
Orphaned calves, burn injuries top long list of challenging decisions

4-H logoKansas 4-H now accepting applications for Vanier Family Scholarship
Awards honor leadership and service to community

Master Farmer couple - KaisersNinetieth class of Kansas Master Farmers, Master Farm Homemakers honored
Six couples from around the state recognized at a banquet in Manhattan

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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.


Upcoming K-State Research and Extension Events

Grab your shoes: Walk Kansas starts March 19

State ag leadership program accepting applications through April 15

Kansas State University Animal Sciences Leadership Academy To Be Held In Manhattan June 14-17