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Beef Cattle Handbook Now Available


Manhattan, Kan. — Having timely information on hand just became a lot easier for beef producers. A newly-published Beef Cattle Handbook is available at local Extension offices in Kansas on CD–ROM. The disc includes more than 145 articles and Extension bulletins that can help in running a beef operations, from management to markets, stewardship to genetics, and more. The information is provided by K-State Research and Extension beef specialists Dale Blasi and Larry Corah, agricultural economist Kevin Dhuyvetter, and entomoligist Don Mock. The handbook can be ordered by calling Cindy Casper in the K-State Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, (785) 352-5812; or by e-mail toccasper@bae.ksu.edu. The CD-Rom costs $25. A print version also is  available for $50.

Dale Blasi is at 785-532-5427

 

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