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Ice Storm After the ice storm: Tending to damaged trees
After the ice storm that struck Kansas last weekend, many people – especially in the middle of the state – are dealing with damaged trees. 

wheat combineNavigating a struggling farm economy
Kansas State University is hosting conferences around the state to help farmers think through critical decisions needed during the current farm economy downturn.

Cattle on PrairieK-State offers youth animal science learning opportunity
High school students can apply now for the Kansas State University Animal Sciences Leadership Academy’s 2017 class.

Ron WilsonKansas Profile – Now That’s Rural:
Walter Anderson - First Fast Food Hamburger Chain - White Castle

Angus CalvesProgram set for cow-calf conference Feb. 10 in Goodland
Multi-state symposium will include trade show for beef industry.

llamas to lodging iconFrom Llamas to Lodging
The day-long event will explore the possibilities of an ag-based small business venture.

dairy cow faceSeneca and Whiteside to host K-State Dairy Days
Included is the latest information on shredlage technique of harvesting corn for silage.

2017-kartaSwine Profitability Conference set for Feb. 7
‘Staying Competitive in the Swine Industry’ is theme for the K-State conference.

2017-kartaWestern Kansas Forage Conference planned Feb. 20 in Larned
Ohio farmer and K-State experts will also share experiences using cover crops.

2017-kartaConference offers cutting-edge, practical applications for technology in ag production
The Kansas Agricultural Technologies Conference takes place Jan. 19-20 in Junction City.

2017-cover-your-acres2017 Cover Your Acres Conference highlights plants, people
Business dynamics tops list of featured topics.

farmers marketRegional Farmers' Market Workshops Planned
Event will education sellers on legal, safety and financial regulations.

sitting pigSowBridge, PorkBridge educational programs return in February
Registration now open for both distance education programs that target specific segments of the pork industry.


Related News

Berry good results: Research looks at growing more nutritional, flavorful strawberries in Kansas
Berries grown in high tunnels show great promise for new varieties and a longer growing season.

Statewide risk assessment management workshops provides farmers with latest research
A new study highlights a change in the way farmers should think about insurance, cash contract and hedging strategies.

Kansas State University's new partnership to aid soybean commercialization
Kansas State University and The Farm Research Center will collaborate to improve stress tolerance of soybeans.

 

Events

Upcoming K-State Research and Extension Events

Winter Ranch Management Series Throughout the State: January 6, February 7, 14, 15, & 21

Series of Daylong Programs to Help Producers Deal With Financial Downturn, Dec. 7 - Feb. 15

Extension Board Leadership Series Planned for February and March