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Friday, Jan. 23, 2015Dr. Seuss' 'Oh, The Places You'll Go!' turns 25
It's a children's book, as most Dr. Seuss books are, but its messages have resonated through a quarter-century because adults love it too, said Philip Nel, director of the program in children's literature at Kansas State University.
How to lay out a winter bird buffet
01/22/15 Wichita Eagle
The one seed that has the most universal appeal is black oil sunflower seed, says Ward Upham of K-State. “If you are new to the bird-feeding game, make sure there is a high percentage of this seed in your mix,” he writes in the Horticulture 2015 newsletter. “White proso millet is second in popularity and is the favorite of dark-eyed juncos and other sparrows as well as the red-winged blackbird.
No crystal ball at farm bill meetings
1/23/15 Kansas Agland
"I've been at this 30 years and I don’t think I've been at a meeting where the agent has had to turn people away," said Kansas State University agricultural economist Art Barnaby.
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