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Late summer and fall is the time of year when Anaplasmosis can rear its ugly head in beef cattle...

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If you’ve been following my columns, you will have noted that I tend to write about what may be...

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As I’ve entered my mid-forties, there are signs of my changing body condition (fatter, less hair, etc…), but that’s...

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Two topics that seem to continue to pop up in nearly every discussion I’ve had lately. Hot, dry weather...

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There are terms thrown around that have a different interpretation depending on your situation. “Early” is exactly that in...

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The mission statement of Greener Pastures Ranching seems to fit very well with what owner Steve Kenyon shared with...

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The title of this article is the take-home message received from Dr. Dirac Twidwell, University of Nebraska in Lincoln,...

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If you know me, you know I have great appreciation for the ruminate animal and their ability to convert...

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Once a month, I sit in on a Zoom meeting with Extension agents across the state and we discuss...

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As I set down to look at my annual “pull the bulls” date on the calendar, it got me...

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Rabbits may not be on the list of high-valued, livestock industries in the state of Kansas, but for many...

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I’ve heard local hay reports recently ranging from “best we’ve had” to “half as much as last year.” Anyone...

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I might be the only one who feels this way, but it seems like the Kansas weather no longer...

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Submitted by Ross Mosteller Although not a new face to Meadowlark Extension District, but I am new to the...

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