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August 16, 2013
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"In the News" February 2013 Archive


New blog aims to help Kansas gardeners learn about flowers that thrive
2-28-13 - Sabetha Herald - Alan Stevens
Short, dark winter days have many gardeners dreaming about spring and the chance to try out new flowers in the landscape.


Severe Weather Awareness Week: reminder to get prepared

2-27-13 - Topeka Capital Journal - Jamie Rathbun
K-State Research and Extension’s Jamie Rathbun and a team of her colleagues are on a mission to help people become as prepared as possible for severe weather that might come their way this spring, according to news release.


New Blog Aims to Help Kansas Gardeners Learn about Flowers That Thrive
2-26-13 - Zone 6 Gardeners of Pittsburg Kansas - Alan Stevens
Short, dark winter days have many gardeners dreaming about spring and the chance to try out new flowers in the landscape.


Stout Center dedication at 100th Cattlemen's Day

2-20-13 - Midwest Producer - Ken Odde
If anyone knew about the marketing of livestock, it was Stanley Stout. The famed auctioneer, who died in 2006, will be honored March 1 when Kansas State University dedicates the new Stanley Stout Center in Manhattan as part of its 100th Cattlemen's Day celebration. 


Manning to Join Staff of K-State Research and Extension River Valley District

2-13-13 - Belleville Telescope - Leslie Manning
Leslie Manning will join the staff of the K-State Research and Extension River Valley District as a 4-H youth development and community development agent, effective February 23, 2013.


Stanley Stout Center Dedication Planned March 1 at K-State’s Cattlemens day

2-12-13 - Kansas Ag Network - Ken Odde
If anyone knew about the marketing of livestock, it was Stanley Stout. The famed auctioneer, who passed away in 2006, will be honored March 1 when Kansas State University dedicates the new Stanley Stout Center in Manhattan as part of its 100th Cattlemen’s Day celebration.


K-State to host 100th annual Cattlemen's Day March 1

2-11-13 - High Plains Journal - Ken Odde
Kansas State University's Cattlemen's Day always has numerous events associated with it, but this year's 100th annual Cattlemen's Day on March 1 will be special in several ways. 


Stanley Stout left his mark on livestock industry

2-11-13 - Drovers Cattle Network - Ken Odde
It may be that Stanley Stout’s destiny as an auctioneer was preordained. He was born in 1941, the son of the late Elmore and Doris Stout, and was raised on a Flint Hills ranch outside of Cottonwood Falls, Kan. – cattle country to be sure.


Kansas farm cooperative equity levels at historic highs

2-6-13 - Drovers Cattle Network - Brian Briggeman 
With rising incomes, Kansas grain, oilseed and farm supply cooperatives have boosted their total equity levels – or levels of net worth – to historical highs.


K-State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well-being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K-State campus, Manhattan.

Story by: Elaine Edwards
elainee@ksu.edu
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