Kansas State University news
A University of Wisconsin-River Falls team took first place in the Dairy Management Inc. New Product Competition with an innovation that contains dairy ingredients and meets guidelines of offering a calming aspect.
The National Milk Producers Federation’s Board of Directors unanimously voted to name Gregg Doud, a globally recognized agricultural leader, as its next president and CEO.
As the 95th Illinois FFA State Convention draws near, the Illinois FFA state officer team has been busy putting the finishing touches on the annual extravaganza.
There are few moments more special on the farm than welcoming in a newborn to your herd. Whether you’re foaling, calving, kidding or lambing, some may be surprised how similar the process is.
In some instances, two heads are better than one. For a new multiregional research effort, five organizations put their heads together to achieve full genetic yield potential of the soybean.
Build your land management and leasing knowledge while networking with other women in agriculture at the workshop series, “The Power of Negotiation & Communication: Land Leasing Strategies for Midwestern Women in Ag.”
Weed researchers are challenging proposed federal restrictions on a common weed control ingredient, arguing that the rules could reduce yields and increase herbicide resistance.
Six students recently received 2022 Accelerating a Generation Syngenta Scholarships. These students, who are acquiring degrees focused on agricultural pursuits, will each receive a $2,500 scholarship.
Illinois native Molly Biggs was one of four recipients of the Golden Bull achievement award at the Banners in the Bluegrass Scholarship and Award Ceremony. The awards were presented during the Junior National Hereford Expo in Louisville.
Excitement levels were high as delegates to the 94th Illinois FFA State Convention elected five members to the state officer team during the Thursday morning session of the three-day convention.
No one was shocked recently when the General Accountability Office announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture had overpaid farmers billions of dollars during the slapdash tariff-mitigation scheme ordered by the Trump White House in 2018 and 2019.
More than 150 young cattle exhibitors from across the state gathered for their annual meeting and to elect new junior leaders for their statewide beef cattle organization.
State, livestock and university officials are hoping Kansas ranchers will help a task force determine how to find more veterinarians to tend the state’s crucial livestock industry.