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Much like humans, beef cattle can adapt over time to their grazing sources with proper management, but there are certain forages that can present issues for cattle, according to experts at Kansas State University’s Beef Cattle Institute.

As the holiday season gatherings begin, many are seeing those bathroom scales numbers adjust in a less than favorable direction. However, for …

Grads from the veterinary program are almost assured of a solid job. New graduate employment is 98% at Kansas State University. The state, like others in the Midwest, is working to address a rural vet shortage. 

Kansas farmers know well that having a bountiful crop year is pretty exciting. So, a Kansas State University agronomist said this year’s winte…

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After more than 40 years, Stu Duncan will retire Aug. 7 from his Kansas State  University Agronomist position. Anyone who’s ever met Duncan or walked his wheat plot tours won’t be surprised to hear his favorite part of the job.

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Spring-calving cow-calf pairs grazing on green pastures is often a sign that spring has arrived. However, it is also a time that cattle produc…

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After being reined in due to COVID last year, a first-ever cattle show called the Aggieville Showdown is moving full steam ahead April 17, when there will be a “grand drive” that brings the top judged cattle down the streets of Manhattan, Kansas.

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