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Spring is here and with it can be extreme swings in weather conditions. This isn’t necessarily a good thing...

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What an exciting night it was as we wrapped up the 2024 Northeast Kansas Sheep and Goat School. That...

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It might be that more frequent checks of first calf heifers getting ready to calve at the farm has...

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Mob, flerd, multi-specie are all terms used to describe the concept of grazing two or more species of animals...

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We are daily faced with decisions and each decision leads to different outcomes. I once heard that the primary...

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Earlier in February, we had an excellent producer meeting focused on the general theme of rebuilding the national cowherd...

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As we enter February, it may not yet be a new season on the calendar, but we are entering...

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Anyone who has followed my writing knows that I’m not a fan of winter calving. One way to avoid...

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I’ll be the first to admit that goat knowledge is not my strongest suit. Going back through news columns,...

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The last few days have been a very real reminder that it is January and frigid winter weather can...

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Extension Agents periodically meet with our Program Development Committee (PDC) to discuss programming and needs assessment. In our last...

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I once heard an old cowboy say that the best way to avoid losing calves to hypothermia of a...

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Small flock, backyard poultry keeping has gained in popularity in my time in Extension. Those who know me well,...

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The increase asks for information on current “going” rental rates, purchase of Farm Account books and the arrival of...

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Coming out of the Thanksgiving holiday and heading into Christmas candy season, you might think this is a human...

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