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Tummy troubles can be miserable and if diarrhea is a symptom, it can lead to a serious illness in people and cattle, say the experts at the Ka…

On occasion, athletes experience injuries or stresses on their body that require them to rest and recover. This is a time for the athlete to e…

Even before farmers in the central Plains became immersed in fall harvest, pests had already been bugging them in some milo and soybean fields.

Researchers at Kansas State University and Corteva say they have found a way to improve the uptake of nitrogen in field-grown maize – likely reducing the environmental impact of applying nitrogen fertilizer to farm fields.

The terms cybersecurity and cyber insurance are more than just concepts in the agriculture industry, says Kansas State University cropping sys…

With inflation on the rise, many people are looking for creative ways to make the most of their financial resources. That is true for cattle r…

Just as people like to try new foods on occasion, there are times when cattle opt to munch on the low branches of trees. But in a recent Cattl…

It’s that time of the year again when fresh produce is ready to be harvested, and many intend to set some aside to preserve for the fall and w…

A Kansas State University veterinarian is urging cattle producers to beef up their plans for managing heat stress in their herds, a challenge …

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