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More than 1,000 videos to improve your quality of life are available through K-State Research and Extension! Check out videos from all parts of Kansas that cover topics such as agriculture, food and nutrition, 4-H and youth development, gardening, water, environmental preservation and so much more.

President of Crossroads Resource Center in Minneapolis, MN, Ken Meter talks about the benefits of small town #grocery store owners working closely with area farmers to supply locally grown #food. #local

From the K-State College of Veterinary Medicine, researchers T.G. Naragaja, Jianfa Bai and Lance Noll report on the new genetic test they've developed to detect #Ecoli bacteria in #beef cattle...a major breakthrough which could save the beef industry millions of dollars annually, through more rapid and more accurate E. coli testing.

Circles of the Heartland for Saline County in Salina, Kansas, is a local group that is part of the Circles USA national initiative to equip families and communities to resolve #poverty. Community volunteers, including K-State Research and Extension professionals, assist and support each family in the program in setting and achieving goals to move them to financial stability. Circles of the Heartland is one of eight current #Circles communities in #Kansas.

Circles of the Hope in Newton, Kansas, is a local group that is part of the Circles USA national initiative to equip families and communities to resolve #poverty. Community volunteers, including K-State Research and Extension professionals, assist and support each family in the program in setting and achieving goals to move them to financial stability. Circles of Hope is one of eight current #Circles communities in #Kansas.

From the 100th Beef Research Roundup at K-State's Western Kansas Agricultural Research Center in Hays: K-State rangeland scientist Keith Harmoney provides an update on the multi-year research he has conducted at the center on modified intensive early stocking of calves on short-grass #prairie, and the flexibility that #grazing program offers to the western Kansas #cattle producer. #KState

From the 100th Beef Research Roundup at K-State's Western Kansas Agricultural Research Center in Hays: A study looks at ammoniated straw with wet distillers grain for pregnant #beef cow diets. Different levels of anhydrous ammonia were applied to find ways for producers to reduce costs. #KState #cattle

#Kansas Women Managing #Farm Conference - highlights on passing down the farm, #water, networking, getting involved in #rural communities outside of the farm and meeting the #food production needs of a growing world population.

The #KState Radio Network's Eric Atkinson interviews Dirk Maier, head of K-State's department of #grain science and industry, on the possibility of collaborating with the American Institute of #Baking on a new building.

#KState #swine veterinarian Steve Dritz reports on an important new discovery in the battle against the devastating disease, porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (#PEDv), which has ravaged hog herds in numerous states, including #Kansas. Researchers have discovered a link between the spread of PEDv and porcine plasma protein in nursery #pig diets. Check #feed ingredients. #ag

New #wheat variety called Oakley CL, developed by #KState wheat breeder Dr. Guorong Zhang, has a strong disease resistance to stripe rust and wheat streak mosaic virus. This variety has many other good traits for #baking, grain shattering resistance, dryland farming and pre-harvest sprouting resistance, among others.