December 18, 2020

Kuckelman, Perry Elected to KLA Leadership Positions

(TOPEKA) – Members of the Kansas Livestock Association (KLA) elected Jerry Kuckelman, a cattle feeder from Manhattan, as president during the group’s annual business meeting December 17. The membership chose Oskaloosa rancher Phil Perry as KLA president-elect. Kuckelman and Pe...

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November 3, 2020

KLA Convention Condensed to One Day

(TOPEKA) – The coronavirus pandemic has altered countless events in 2020 and this year’s KLA Convention is no exception. In an effort to abide by spacing requirements and health regulations, KLA leadership and staff made the decision to condense the meeting to one day, Thursda...

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October 7, 2020


(HUTCHINSON) – Winning exhibitors at the 88th Kansas Junior Livestock Show (KJLS) earned premiums, while others were presented scholarships for excelling academically, in community service and in 4-H/FFA. The largest youth livestock show in Kansas featured 661 showmen from 93 ...

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September 16, 2020

KJLS Draws Youth From 95 Counties

(TOPEKA) – Youth have entered 1,889 animals in the 88th Kansas Junior Livestock Show (KJLS), which will take place October 2-4 at the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson. A total of 784 exhibitors from 95 counties have entered 135 market steers, 368 breeding heifers, 228 ma...

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July 30, 2020

Smith County Ranch To Host KLA/K-State Field Day

(TOPEKA) – Program highlights for the August 13 Kansas Livestock Association/Kansas State University Ranch Management Field Day near Smith Center will include discussions on leveraging genetics to achieve cowherd objectives, managing and planning for tough economic times, opti...

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