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We’ve been having a grazing school through some mini Tailgate Talks. We will be having our third and final...

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First of August, and we’re hauling water in pastures, feeding hay, chopping up would-be corn fields to salvage some...

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We’ve been assisting farmers and ranchers with testing forages. The tests have been coming back from non-toxic to very...

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I was reflecting the other day about how my job has changed through the years. Not just the office...

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Perception is one of those words that I don’t think you truly understand until you have a few gray...

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Methane emissions from cattle get attention because methane is 28 times more potent at trapping heat in the atmosphere...

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County Fairs are part of our Extension DNA. My coworker, Cara Robinson, happened across some history on the Jackson...

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I was out with two of our water quality specialists this week – watering systems for cattle was the...

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It seems most of the district is in a moderate drought. Livestock enthusiasts are anxious! Planning now can help...

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The Meadowlark Extension District is hosting or co-hosting the following learning opportunities in the coming weeks. Reproduction Revisited Reproduction...

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I took my laptop to a training at Great Bend, and it gave me great fits! So I called...

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For about seven years, we have conducted the Eastern Kansas Grazing school in the eastern half of Kansas. The...

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Ponds do not come with owner’s manuals. Most people stumble into being responsible for a pond without giving a...

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May is Beef Month! Beef Month is a time to celebrate the community of farmers and ranchers who work...

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We’ve been preparing for this year’s rounds of Ag Festivals. We bring in all of the students, usually fourth...

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