K-State Research and Extension News
Saturday, November 01, 2014

A point where five trails converge at Rock Springs 4-H Center near Junction City, Kansas, was once an area where many young people could get lost, turned around and need direction. A Kansas couple devoted to the 4-H program decided to make a change to help these young people find their way, which led to the creation of the Galle-Pence Trail Plaza.
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Evaluating Cattle Feeding Sites

Kate Hagans talks with K-State watershed specialist, Ron Graber, about making beef calf housing and handling sites more conducive to preventing runoff into nearby water resources.


K-State veterinarian, Mike Apley, talks about beef producer adjustments to the phase-out of antibiotic use for cattle growth, and the concern that regulations could further restrict the use of antibiotics for preventative and therapeutic purposes.


Midway District family and consumer sciences agent, Jamie Rathbun, joins forces with her county and community in Ellsworth, Kansas to develop a Wellness Bingo event, sponsored by the local Wellness Coalition.

Released: October 29, 2014
Released: October 29, 2014