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Is rained-on hay still good?

Rain is always a wild card when deciding the right time to mow hay. “Pop-up showers and storms are a risk this time of the...

A rancher’s journey: Caring for the land, cattle, and community

Rick Caquelin is using the knowledge he’s acquired from his three decades of working at the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), on his own...

Cattle Chat: Making the most of forage resources

K-State beef cattle nutritionist Phillip Lancaster offers advice on how to find the right grazing resource. Anyone who has worked with plants can share that...

With this app, Kansas families can go to more than 200 attractions for free this summer

Families with children in Kansas who don't want to travel far for vacation have the perfect opportunity this year and they won't have to...

Mural going up on Inman elevator

The Inman Museum Association is excited to announce the commissioning of their new mural project on the iconic grain elevator east of Highway 61...

Drought affected wheat fields call for supplemental equipment

K-State wheat production specialist says that short wheat plants require novel harvesting tactics Drought plaguing parts of Kansas created shorter wheat plants and thinner crop...

Insects don’t get love like other animals. But Kansas can’t survive without them

Scientists are trying to figure out which insect species are struggling, what it means for ecosystems and, ultimately, how it will impact people. BURLINGAME, Kansas...

Haven Steel looking to expand

A Reno County company is looking to expand in its hometown. "Our Greater Hutch team, Lauren Storm, has been working with Jitana Graf and the...

Boat safe this summer with these top tips

With the kickoff to summer rapidly approaching, Nebraska Game and Parks reminds boaters to brush up on safety rules in preparation for peak boating...

Sunn hemp can boost summer pastures

Frequent droughts in Missouri have livestock producers discussing more adaptable summer pasture options. “With tall fescue as the dominant Missouri forage, there are few options...

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