- K-State’s Service to Agriculture
- Enhancing Dairy Cow Comfort
00:01:06—K-State’s Service to Agriculture (part 1)–An extended conversation with the president of Kansas State University, Richard Linton, about his early efforts to gather feedback from agriculture leaders and stakeholders in Kansas on K-State’s role in support of agriculture as a leading land-grant institution…on part one, he outlines a nine-day listening tour he’ll be taking to western and southeast Kansas in June, where he will meet with agricultural interests and conduct open forums to hear input from producers and rural Kansas dwellers
00:12:03—K-State’s Service to Agriculture (part 2)–On part two of the conversation with K-State president Richard Linton, he talks about his just-announced initiative to modify the university’s strategic plan toward K-State becoming what he terms a “next-generation land-grant institution”…he explains what that might entail
00:23:04—Enhancing Dairy Cow Comfort–On this week’s edition of Milk Lines, K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk discusses dairy management for improved cow comfort during the summertime
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