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ISSUE: 12/01/2014

Few things are better than a small-town grocery


By Larry Dreiling

A meat case with fresh, local, products, tidy aisles and shelves with neat rows of canned goods, and a crisper lane of beautiful vegetables and fruits are the common sights of any grocery store.

When they’re combined with friendly, personalized, service and a thank you that means more than a corporate policy, you have a small-town grocery store.

Trying to keep this tradition of trade alive for small town America is the Rural Grocery Initiative at the Center for Engagement and Community Development at Kansas State University.


Communication, education important for livestock industry's future

By Jennifer Carrico

The importance of having a livestock industry with open communication among livestock producers, consumers and legislators is very important to those involved in all aspects of the industry.

Debbie Lyons-Blythe, a cattle rancher from White City, Kansas, said she wants consumers and legislators to know how she treats her animals and that she’s interested in the best possible care for those animals.

“We need to talk to consumers and legislators about how we raise our cattle, or someone else will put false information in their minds and it will affect us,” said Lyons-Blythe.






Southwest Beef Symposium set for Jan. 14 and 15 in Amarillo

By Kay Ledbetter AgriLife Today The Southwest Beef Symposium, jointly hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and New Mexico State University Coopera

Communication, education important for livestock industry's future

By Jennifer Carrico The importance of having a livestock industry with open communication among livestock producers, consumers and legislators is v

UW seeks better brucellosis control though vaccine development, vaccination practices

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources scientists at the University of Wyoming are hopeful their brucell

Calving schools planned in January

By Mary Lou Peter K-State Research and Extension With calving season just around the corner, K-State Research and Extension will host calving schools in five locations, with a focus on challenges producers can

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