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Flint HillsKansas cropland values slipping, but pasture values up nearly 7 percent
Kansas farmland values started to level off in 2014 and have dipped so far this year, pulled down by lower grain prices.

Cattle RancherMineral needs of cattle throughout the year
Management tips to help producers maintain and potentially increase production in the cow herd

SoilThe International Year of Soils: Soils Protect the Natural Environment
As the world's largest filter, soils help support the beauty and usability of other natural resources in rural and urban areas.

Pat RobertsSen. Pat Roberts recognized as 2015 Friend of Agricultural Economics
K-State department head Allen Featherstone made the nomination.

meatGive me more of the good fat
New research from K-State suggests consumers may prefer beef enhanced by important omega-3 fatty acids.

Other Related News

Kansas State University researchers uncover new genetic markers for wheat improvement
Scientists have called it a breakthrough in exploring wheat wild relatives for future crop improvement.

Plant pathology researcher leads discussion at White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Microbiome Innovation Forum
Kevin McCluskey will lead the discussion on the role culture collections play as we exploit knowledge of human, animal and plant microbiomes.

Kansas State University and PrecisionHawk developing UAS app that predicts corn production
A research and technology development partnership between two of the nation's leaders in the unmanned aerial vehicles industry is taking flight.

Kansas State University study uncovers new approaches for sorghum breeders
A study on a sorghum population at K-State has helped researchers better understand why a crop hybrid often performs better than either of its parent lines. The findings are specific to plant height in sorghum.


Upcoming K-State Research and Extension Events Sept. 30, 2015

Sorghum Production Research Highlighted at Oct. 9 Agronomy Field Day

Kansas Forest Service presents the 2015 Fall Forestry Festival

International Swine Feed Efficiency Conference in Omaha Oct. 21-22

Myers to present Animal Health Industry Insights Brownbag at K-State Olathe Oct. 21