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As if there weren’t enough confusion on what is what that you are eating — natural, organic, grass-fed, grass-finished...

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I spent the better part of last week at the Range Beef Cow Symposium in Scotts Bluff County, Neb....

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Predator management is an integral part of any sheep or goat enterprise. According to USDA statistics, predators — mostly...

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The Sheep and Goat Workshop had to be rescheduled to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11, at the NE Kansas...

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Once in a while, you hear through the grapevine that someone’s cow herd had an unusually high number of...

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It’s that time of year when we start seeing cows and heifers with “O” painted on them. The “O”...

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In 2018, Kansas is ranked 12th in meat goat inventory and 32nd in the nation for the number of...

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It’s that time of year when we see cowherds moving out of pastures, working calves, preg checking spring calving...

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I wish I meant the fruit kind, but it’s that time of year when Extension agents across the state...

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Cell phones, what were we thinking? I’ve never been too fond of talking on the phone, anyway. Sometimes it’s...

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Snowy Icy, Icky

Snowy Icy, Icky is how the eastern half of Kansas is predicted to be for the winter of 2019....

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Columns Opinion

Beef options

It seems to me there are two ploys of marketing going on right now. You either scare the consumer...

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In the United States today, 98 percent of U.S. Consumers are generations removed from production agriculture. Additionally, their understanding...

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Pasture weeds

With all of these rains, places that usually look like the Sahara Desert are now looking like jungles. We...

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This is true for life in general, but today we’re talking about flies on livestock. I’ve been at war...

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