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By Tom Parker
Charuth van Beuzekom-Loth wanted sheep but opted for goats because of her past experience of raising them as a child. Jacqueline Smith went into the sheep dairy business because she was, in her words, just out of […]
Managing lambing, growing the flock and forages for small ruminants are topics for KSU Sheep Day, March 7, 2015 in Manhattan
Small ruminant livestock producers of are invited to attend K-State Sheep Producer Day, March 7, 2015 at the K-State Sheep and Meat Goat Center, 2117 Denison Ave, Manhattan, KS. Workshop topics include: Managing the lambing barn and […]
MCPHERSON, KS Feb. 18, 2015 – In last week’s Kansas Senate Assessment & Taxation committee, Senate Bill (SB)178 was submitted by State Senator Jeff Melcher of Leawood in Johnson County. SB178 would radically alter the use-value formula, which is […]
Subject: Exploration forum to determine and hopefully create the groundwork for a Kansas chapter of the Farmer Veteran Coalition.
On Tuesday, Feb 10th at 3:00 p.m. the Kansas Farmers Union, the Kansas Farm Bureau, and the Farm Credit Associations of […]
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KFU’s board is composed of eight members. The state’s North & South Districts are each represented by three members. The President and Vice President are elected annually.
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