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Latest News

farmers marketsPreserving fresh food? New resources available in English and Spanish
K-State and MU collaborated on tips for preserving fresh food.
KASLA Group 2016Future animal science industry leaders attend K-State training
High school students from across the country participated in an immersive livestock leadership learning experience.
family ChristmasChristmas in July: Start saving now so holidays don't take a bite out of your budget
Advance planning and shopping can reduce stress when the holiday season starts.
Ray BartholomewBartholomew honored with 2016 4-H Distinguished Service Award
Hutchinson man teaches youth firearms and life lessons.
grazing cattleK-State Veterinary Diagnostic Lab finds lead poisoning a problem in cattle
Lead poisoning is the most common poisoning in cattle that the lab has seen this year.

Other Related News

'Bearcam' study focuses on human emotional connection with wildlife, parks
Two Kansas State University researchers are using a "bearcam" at Katmai National Park to study if people form emotional connections with animals by watching live webcams.

Study by Kansas State University veterinary team looks at wild amphibians as possible zoonotic disease hosts
A study by a collaborative research team led by K-State's Yongming Sang that probes if wild amphibians could be hosts for infectious diseases was recently published in Nature's Scientific Reports.

Veterinary researcher receives NIH grant for vaccine development against E. coli
Weiping Zhang, professor of microbiology in Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, has received his third grant in three years for development of a vaccine for E. coli-related diarrhea in humans and animals.

Events

Upcoming K-State Research and Extension events July 20, 2016

Forage supplementation and methane in beef cows is topic of July 26 webinar

Annual K-State Olathe Horticulture Center Field Day is July 30

Winter canola preplant school scheduled Aug. 11 in Concordia

K-State’s East Central Kansas Experiment Field to host field day Aug. 17

Southwest Kansas corn and sorghum production in focus at Aug. 25 field day

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

Animal feed safety training coming Sept. 20-22