Two years into a sweeping six-year study on prescribed burning in the Flint Hills, Kansas State University researchers already have take-home messages about cattle performance and plant response when burning pastures later in the summer versus burning at the more traditional time in early spring.
Here’s a tweet I wrote last week: “I’ve been in meetings with @BillGates. I respect his intellect and desire for social responsibility by the …
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