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By Justin Waggoner Beef Systems Specialist, Garden City As the forage in our pastures becomes more brown than green...

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Ponds

Well the great Pond Scum tour, did not disappoint. I hosted Ted Harris a researcher at KU’s Biological Survey...

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Oh, my goodness, where has the time gone? In just a few weeks, we will be considering weaning the...

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The County fairs are back! Last year, the county fair suffered as much as anything. The county fair’s importance...

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What offers refreshment on a hot summer day? Cool water? Resting in the shade? It just so happens that...

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Gazing out at the ocean, pond or lake is something magical. I’m not sure if it’s the hypnotic effect...

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The last three weeks I have been “swamped” at work, considering I’ve been swamping around in farm ponds. I’ve...

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Many producers are delaying breeding season this year to try and avoid severe winter weather. As we approach the...

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To provide protection for cows and calves during the winter and early spring months, temporary feeding sites are often...

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Calving season is officially over at our house, for the most part! As we worked cows and calves to...

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Fly tags!

Insecticide ear tags can be an excellent tool for managing pests like horn flies and face flies during the...

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I’ve been enjoying an online group of farm/ranch women as they struggle through calving season. No matter where they...

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We’ve all had them, the seemingly perfect-looking calf that is too “dumb” to nurse. There’s nothing more frustrating than...

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My husband asked me this question, “what’s worse, the polar vortex or the mud?” My answer was the polar...

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Even though I’m three-fourths German heritage, married to a 100 percent German heritage, I don’t know any of the...

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