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Latest News

2016 crops teamK-State Crops Team completes successful spring season
Agronomy senior wins top individual award
cover cropsKansas added to interactive cover crops website
Site can help determine which cover crops are the best options, based on field conditions and other factors.
spring cleaningMake way for spring cleaning
A K-State specialist shares tips on how to successfully spring clean, which often starts in the kitchen.
meat teamK-State crowned national champion meat animal evaluation team
The team's win is K-State's first national title in the contest's 53-year history.
Larned flagKansas communities receive funding from the Kansas PRIDE program
Partners in PRIDE grants go to five community organizations

Other Related News

Study: Higher concentration of zinc improves cattle feed efficiency
A K-State study shows feeding ‪cattle‬ higher concentrations of zinc helps improve growth and could improve profits.

Kansas State University researcher develops crash prediction model for rural highways
A K-State researcher is partnering with the Kansas Department of Transportation, or KDOT, to develop a state-specific crash prediction model for rural multilane highways.

Frontier Farm Credit gift spurs new global food systems secondary major at Kansas State University
A new secondary major in global food systems is being established with the help of a $100,000 donation from Frontier Farm Credit.

Events

Upcoming K-State Research and Extension events April 27, 2016

‘Aging with Attitude’ Regional Expo April 29 in Pittsburg

Barbecue 101 workshops planned in four Kansas locations
Grilling and smoking basics, plus the science of barbecuing will be covered.

Learning the fundamentals of animal nutrition
K-State's IGP Institute to offer five-week distance professional development course

‘Active Aging Expo’ planned in Paola May 5

Focus is on beef cattle and forage crops at May 5 field day in SE Kansas

A step further: First Walk Kansas 5K for the Fight set for May 7

Registration open for Kansas State University and K·Coe Isom Beef Sustainability Knowledge Summit
The event will take place May 10.

Killer disease: May 11 meeting is planned to inform, coordinate response to anaplasmosis in cattle

Cover Crop Field Day set for May 13 at K-State HB Ranch near Hays

Kansas State University Wheat In-Depth Diagnostic School set for May 17-18

Spring Field Day set for May 26 in Garden City

K-State’s Beef Cattle Institute to host International Symposium on Beef Cattle Welfare in June

K-State to host BIF annual meeting and research symposium June 14-17