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RTK Celebrates 20 Years In October

The month of October marks the 20 th anniversary for Ranchland Trust of Kansas (RTK). Established in October 2003, the non-profit organization has worked with 18 families to conserve more than 17,000 acres with 24 voluntary conservation agreements. The idea began in 2001 as a ...

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Tick and Horn Fly Control Using Prescribed Burns

K-State Research and Extension veterinary entomologist Cassandra Olds outlines a study that takes a look at how prescribed burning in the spring, summer or fall affects populations of ticks, horn flies and dung beetles.