K-State in the news today
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Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019
*Veterinarian says bats can be problem for pets, humans this time of year
With fall approaching, a Kansas State University veterinarian says homeowners and pet owners need to be cautious of bats, which are a leading transmitter of rabies.
*K-State study examines half-life of ASF virus in shipped feed
9/16/19 Farm Progress
Veterinary researchers at Kansas State University have shed more light on the ability of the African swine fever virus to survive in feed.
Wichita Animal Services issues advisory after bat tests positive for rabies
Just last Friday, a K-State Veterinarian said everyone should beware of bats this time of year after one found in a Manhattan home tested positive for rabies.
Back at his alma mater, St. Isidore's priest thanks God for chance to lead students
9/16/19 Manhattan Mercury
Inside the lobby area adjoining the sanctuary at St. Isidore’s Catholic Student Center, the K-State students were singing the “everybody let’s go” snippet from the Dora the Explorer song.
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