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Southeast Research-Extension Center

Animal Science

 

Livestock>Piglets

While farming is admirable as a way of life, it is also a business. Therefore, our research-based programs promote:

  • effective production practices;

  • competitive pricing;

  • business management skills;

  • environmentally sound production practices;

  • alternative agriculture businesses;

  • youth education about food and fiber sources;

  • successful living on a few acres.

 


Hay Price Survey

The purpose of this survey is to provide valuable local prices for hay.  Please click here to fill out the survey.  Monthly reports will be posted on this page.

 

Contact Information

 

Farney, Jamelynn

Dr. Jaymeylynn Farney
25092 Ness Rd.         
P.O.Box 316
Parsons, KS  67357
(P) 620-421-4826 x17
(F) 620-421-0136
jkj@ksu.edu

Replacement Program

The Sunflower Supreme Replacement Heifer Program is a joint effort between K-State Research and Extension and the Kansas Department of Agriculture to provide research-based best management protocols for beef cattle producers. This program is for Kansas producers who want to improve their management techniques and marketability of heifers.

With the reduction in total cows numbers occurring in the United States, cattle producers who offer a value-added product have the opportunity to be at the fore-front of filling this void in cow numbers.

 

New Resources

2014 Forage Quality and Quantity of Cover Crops