2015 KGA Winter Grazing Conference: Dr. Fred Provenza on How Palates Link Soil, Plants, Herbivores, and People

Dr. Frederick D. Provenza will be the featured speaker at the annual Kansas Graziers Association winter conference on Saturday, January 31, 2015 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Ambassador Hotel in Salina. Dr. Provenza, Professor Emeritus, Department of Wildland Resources, Utah State University will present How Palates Link Soil, Plants, Herbivores, and People: [...]

2015 KGA Winter Grazing Conference: Dr. Fred Provenza on How Palates Link Soil, Plants, Herbivores, and People2016-11-04T21:46:28-05:00

Animal Fiber Production Opportunities to Diversify Small Farms

Saturday May 30 from 10:00a.m.- 4:30 p.m. at the Phillips County Annex Meeting Room, 784 6th Street, Phillipsburg, KS RSVP Online Now Sally Brandon, Shepherd’s Mill, and Rachael Boyle, K-State Research and Extension Livestock Agent, will guide you through the world of animal fiber production, from determining which animals are right for you and your [...]

Animal Fiber Production Opportunities to Diversify Small Farms2016-11-04T21:46:29-05:00

Meat Processing and Marketing for Optimal Sales Workshop

Offered in conjunction with the Women Managing the Farm conference. February 4 from 3:00-6:00 p.m. at Pottorf Hall, Riley County Fairground, Cico Park, Manhattan, KS. Register for this free workshop HERE Do you direct market your farm's meats to consumers, restaurants or grocers? Thinking about including livestock on your farm? This free 3-hour workshop will [...]

Meat Processing and Marketing for Optimal Sales Workshop2016-11-04T21:46:29-05:00

2015 KGA Winter Grazing Conference features Grazing Behavior Specialist Dr. Fred Provenza

January 31 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Salina Ambassador Hotel (formerly the Ramada) 1616 W Crawford St. Salina, KS. REGISTER HERE Dr. Frederick D. Provenza will be the featured speaker at the annual Kansas Graziers Association winter conference on Saturday, January 31, 2015 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Ambassador [...]

2015 KGA Winter Grazing Conference features Grazing Behavior Specialist Dr. Fred Provenza2016-11-04T21:46:29-05:00

New Kid in Town: Goat milk and dairy products rising in U.S.

Upcoming workshop to assist Kansas goat and sheep producers in exploring dairy enterprises By Tom Parker For 65 percent of the world’s population, the answer to the advertising jingle, “Got milk?” would be a resounding yes. The milk in question, however, is not from cows. In the United States, milk and products made from milk, [...]

New Kid in Town: Goat milk and dairy products rising in U.S.2016-11-04T21:46:30-05:00

VIDEO…Risk Management and Mortality Documentation for Livestock Producers

Workshop introduction by Dr. Joel DeRouchey, KSU Department of Animal Sciences and Industry, Livestock Nutrition and Environmental Management Specialist Presentation by Todd Barrows, Kansas State FSA Office, Agriculture Program Specialist

VIDEO…Risk Management and Mortality Documentation for Livestock Producers2014-12-19T18:37:40-06:00

VIDEO…Emergency Preparedness for Livestock Operations: Morning Panel

Dr. Charles Barden, Kansas State Forester – K-State Research & Extension; Todd Barrows, Kansas State FSA Office, Agriculture Program Specialist; and Dr. Justin Smith, DVM Kansas Department of Agriculture Division of Animal Health, take questions from the crowd during the morning roundtable discussion.

VIDEO…Emergency Preparedness for Livestock Operations: Morning Panel2016-11-04T21:46:30-05:00