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Possible global food shortages have Biden administration seeking additional production

Growing concerns over expected declining food production from war-torn Ukraine have led lawmakers to press the Biden administration to help United States farmers so...

Dealing with Drought: Webinar aims to help cow-calf producers

Extended outlook calls for more dry conditions K-State Research and Extension news service MANHATTAN, Kan. – The K-State Research and Extension beef team and related subject...

Foot rot can cause loss in profits for cattle producers, says K-State vet

Hanzlicek shares tips on treating bacterial infection MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State University veterinarian Gregg Hanzlicek said that a bacterial infection that causes lameness in...

U.S. agriculture sees hike in nontraditional loans

K-State ag economist reviews trends in farm lending MANHATTAN, Kan. – Jenny Ifft has a keen eye for the changing landscape in agricultural finance. An agricultural...

Kansas Profile – Now That’s Rural: Nancy Fife-Eagle, Beth Stockebrand, Hys Filling Station

Remember when small town Kansas had filling stations instead of convenience stores? Today we will meet an old time filling station, but this one is...

K-State expert urges landowners to watch for algae in ponds, protect aquatic life

Clean water also benefits livestock, says K-State’s Gerken MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State University fisheries and aquatics specialist Joe Gerken said dead fish in a...

Kansas Forest Service plans Agroforestry Field Day June 15

Annual event helps landowners manage natural resources MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Kansas Forest Service will host its annual Agroforestry Field Day on June 15 to...

Youth set goal to build vegetable, butterfly garden in Goodland

Project pairs kids with Kansas Master Gardeners MANHATTAN, Kan. – The last days of school are winding down for many Kansas kids, but one group...

Cattle Chat: Breeding cattle in a tight timeline

K-State beef cattle experts discuss how to effectively manage artificial insemination in the herd MANHATTAN, Kan. — Late spring is the time of year when...

Kansas entrepreneurs get boost with grant program

Network Kansas officials outline partnership during First Friday e-Call MANHATTAN, Kan. – The president of a Kansas company that helps small business owners start and...
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