Myers to present Animal Health Industry Insights Brownbag at K-State Olathe

Kansas State University’s Master of Agribusiness (MAB) program is hosting an Animal Health Industry Insights Brownbag on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 12:30 p.m., at the K-State Olathe Campus. Visit this source

Kansas cropland values are slipping, but pasture values up nearly 7 percent

Kansas farmland values, which climbed and at times soared since 2006, started to level off in 2014 and have dipped so far this year, pulled down by lower grain prices, according to Kansas State University agricultural economist Mykel Taylor. ...

Cropland conversion could have troublesome effect on conservation

Federal agricultural and energy policies introduced as part of the biofuels boom of the late 2000s may have had adverse effects on conservation, according to a recent study from the University of Wisconsin. The research paper, “Cropland Expansion ...

ASH TREE PESTS

There are many diseases that may harm hardwood trees in Kansas.  One such pathogen is turning up on ash trees this year.  K-State forester Ryan Armbrust says this condition may cause some ash tree owners to panic, but that it’s nothing ...

FALL COLORS

K-State climatologist Mary Knapp explains the changing leaf colors of the season.   Visit this source
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