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Access for All Aims to Boost Access to Kansas Extension Programs

Breeding Tips for Fall Calving Cow

Carrots May be Good for Your Heart, Too

Cattle Chat:  Cattle Care in the Cold

Cattle Chat:  Keeping Calves Healthy

Cattle Chat:  Managing Mother's Milk

Cattle Chat:  Readying Replacement Heifers

Climatologist Urges Kansans to Make Plans Prior to Adverse Weather

Consumers a Key Link in Keeping Food Safe During Pandemic

Expect the Unexpected - No Better Time to Start Saving than 'America Saves' week

Giddy-up:  4-H Horse Shows get Green Light Beginning in April

Health Rises to Top of 2021 New Year's Resolutions

How to Make the Love Last when Giving Valentine's Roses

It's Almost Time to Start Caring for your Lawn

It's February: Are You Thinking of Tomatoes ...Yet?

January Provides Opportunity to Start Vegetables, Flowers Indoors

Kansas 4-H Adapts 'Citizenship in Action' to Online Format

Kansas 4-H Days Help Build Youths' Public Speaking Skill

Kansas Net Farm Income Climbed in 2020 Despite COVID-19; 2021 Looks Promising

K-State Beef Cattle Expert Cautions Against Cold Stress

K-State Cattlemen's Day Moves to Online Format

K-State Launches Finances and the Farm:  An Online Class to Enhance Farm Management Skills

K-State Plans Junior Swine, Meat Goat Events

K-State Studies Effects of Transporting Cattle on Prices Paid at Auction

K-State Vet Shares Tips for Managing Hypothermia in Newborn Calves

K-State's Garden Hour Kicks off Spring Series February 17

K-State's Winter Ranch Management Series set for late January, February

Living Well Together' Weekly Series Rolls into Second Month

Make Time for a Financial Checkup, Experts Say

Mild Winter Weather?  Keep Feeding Backyard Birds

Never too Late: Eating Right is Good at Any Age

New Prescribed Burning Findings are Part of Upcoming K-State Cattlemen's Research Reports

Online Workshops Planned for Produce Growers

Pandemic Bright Spot?  More People Seem to be Physically Active

'Personalize Your Plate': March is National Nutrition Month

Popular Dining with Diabetes Course Now offered Online

Popular Silicone Mats are Safe for Holiday Baking

Poison Ivy or Virginia Creeper? K-State Horticulture Expert Explains the Difference

Remember that?  4-H Helping Youth Build Record-keeping Skills

Research Hints at Role for Spring Wheat in Kansas

Researchers Continue to Make Progress on Reducing Food Allergy Reactions

Study: Consumers Favor Ground Beef Over Plant-based Alternatives

Study:  Consumers Still Favor Beef as Protein Source

Study:  Seed Protein Does Not Reflect Key Amino Acid Levels in Soybeans Released Over the Last Four Decades

Study:  White-tailed Deer Favor Crops High in Crude Protein

SowBridge Distance Education Series Begins in February

Taking Another Look at American Elm Trees

The Cold Truth:  Wait to Prune Fruit Trees Until it Warms Up

Tips for Keeping Food Safe During a Power Outage

Tired of Winter?  Get Out and Get Into the Garden

Weather Patterns Increase Risk of Kansas Wildfires, Officials Say