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Intensive training by veterinarians, feedlot nutritionists and cattle industry professionals provides a close up view.
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K-State and MU collaborated on tips for preserving fresh food.
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High school students from across the country participated in an immersive livestock leadership learning experience.
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Advance planning and shopping can reduce stress when the holiday season starts.
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