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Methods of Weed Control in your lawn

Turfgrass competition. Maintaining a strong, vigorous turf will help prevent the invasion of new weeds and help to crowd out existing weeds. To grow turf that will...

Cattle Chat: Body condition scoring mid-gestation

K-State beef cattle experts offer tips on caring for thin cows MANHATTAN, Kan. — While many are now evaluating their own post-holiday body condition and...

Cattle Chat: Vaccine handling tips

K-State beef cattle veterinarian shares best practices for vaccine management MANHATTAN, Kan. — One of the many lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic is the importance...

Kansas Profile – Now That’s Rural: Roxie Yonkey, 100 Things to Do in Kansas

“Is there anything to do in Kansas?” “Oh, yes. There are a HUNDRED things to do in Kansas!” If you don’t believe me, take the word...

4-H Holiday Guide contains many fun and educational activities for the season

Find great ways to spend quality time with family, says K-State's Hinshaw By Taylor Jamison, K-State Research and Extension news writer MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas 4-H...

Cattle Chat: Crop residues as a grazing resource

Corn and milo stubble can offer short-term nutrition for grazing cattle MANHATTAN, Kan. — Later this week, many people will be repurposing their abundant Thanksgiving...

Kansas Profile – Now That’s Rural: Landon Oldham, Heartland Soil Services

If you have a sore foot, you don’t want your doctor to treat you for a headache. If you have a stomachache, you don’t...

Kansas Profile – Now That’s Rural: Brian Stucky, Hallowed Hardwood

Let’s hit the hardwood. No, I’m not referring to chopping firewood for winter. In this case, hardwood refers to the hardwood floor of old-time basketball...

Kansas 4-H leader urges youth to set goals now for summer projects

Goal-setting establishes a ‘growth mindset,’ says K-State’s Sollock MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas 4-H youth development specialist Amy Sollock understands very well the excitement that goes...

Cattle Chat: Grazing fescue requires close monitoring

Kansas State beef cattle experts talk about the toxins that fescue pastures present to cattle MANHATTAN, Kan. — We all have that one friend who...
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