K-State in the news today
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Friday, March 24, 2023
How the meaning of a 'Made in the USA' label could change for meat and poultry products
3/23/23 St. Louis Public Radio/NPR
If meat products, such as roast, don't sell better with a U.S.A. label then companies can choose to leave it off, said Glynn Tonsor, an agriculture economics professor at Kansas State University, who also co-authored the 2015 report. "Conversely, say for rib-eye steaks, if people see value in that, you might see that label more on rib-eye steaks."
*K-State success in NCAA Tournament could lead to bump in enrollment applications
Kansas State men’s basketball team is still dancing in the NCAA Tournament after winning their first two games this last weekend.
The excitement for their success is being felt off the court as well in Manhattan.
“It's great to highlight those teams to be able to have it on a national stage but also just to be able to showcase our, our you know, our K-State community and the character of the people that follow those teams," Karen Goos the school's vice provost of enrollment management told KAKE Monday.
Goodland grain processing facility to be recommissioned, create 40 new jobs
The company is working with experts at Kansas State University to advise farmers on the best practices for growing canola. Canola is a good crop For planting in a winter wheat rotation as it can prevent weed growth and improve wheat yields.
*K-State open house shares hands-on campus life experience
Kansas State University is offering to the public the opportunity to explore the campus at the All-University Open House.
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