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Double fruits and veggies? Grant will aid healthy eating in Kansas, Missouri

K-State to lead Double Up Food Bucks in much of Kansas MANHATTAN, Kan. – Londa Nwadike thinks it’s always a good idea to double up...

CALENDAR OF COMMUNITY EVENTS

CALENDAR OF COMMUNITY EVENTS To be included in the Calendar of Community Events and for more info contact the McPherson Chamber of Commerce 241-3303 TO OUR...

Kansas Profile – Now That’s Rural: Jeff Grieshaber, TravAlum Trailers

Some days I feel pulled in different directions. Probably lots of people feel that way these days. Today we’ll meet a company that finds...

K-State regains national championship in livestock judging

Team title is the university’s 15th all time, first since 1998 LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Kansas State University returned to the pinnacle of livestock judging in...

Outdoor News: Pheasant stockings; Upland Slam hunter; waterfowl season dates

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will release rooster pheasants on 16 wildlife management areas prior to the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The...

USDA NASS Colorado Cattle on Feed Report

COLORADO The number of cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in Colorado feedlots with a capacity of 1,000 head or larger was...

USDA Opens Registration for the 2021 Agricultural Outlook Forum

The 2021 Forum Will Be Virtual and Registration Is Free (Washington, D.C., November 18, 2020) – Registration is now open for the 97th annual Agricultural...

LIVESTOCK SLAUGHTER – OCTOBER 2020 UNITED STATES HIGHLIGHTS

Commercial red meat production for the United States totaled 5.09 billion pounds in October, up slightly from the 5.07 billion pounds produced in October...

Gratitude for Grandparents

A three-pound baby entered the world in recent days. This precious child was born after his Mom spent seven weeks in the hospital on bedrest. At...

K-State swine researchers studying alternatives for feeding zinc oxide 

Mineral helps maintain pig’s health, but it may not be available in the future  MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State University researchers are exploring alternatives for...

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