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Harvey County

Ryan
Ryan Flaming

Agriculture Extensin Agent
316-284-6930 
flaming@ksu.edu

Publications

HPAI Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza

Situation Summary released May on this bird flu infecting dairy cow.

Online Self-Paced Coursework for Finances and the Farm

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Small Ruminant Animal Pest Control

We had a great class on parasite and pest control in small ruminant animals.  But if you missed it, you can still find excellent information.  One such resource is the American Consortium for Small Ruminant Parasite Control. Check out their website for informaiton.  And if you still have questions, give us a call in the office.

2022 Wheat Test Plot

South-Center Kansas Replicated Wheat Variety Tests

HPAI: Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza

Highly pathogenic avian influenza, or HPAI, is a rapidly spreading viral disease that can infect many types of birds. Avian influenza, often called avian flu or bird flu, can be common, but some strains are highly pathogenic, which means they are more deadly. Introduced by migrating wild birds, HPAI can spread through spring migration and affect all domestic poultry — small and backyard flocks as well as commercial industries.

Poultry with HPAI do not survive the illness. Vaccines for HPAI are not readily available.

View more inforation on the Flier

USDA Confirms Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Kansas

Youth Poultry Brochure has more information for 4-H Youth in the Poultry Project.

Meat Science Series 

Two presentations give information on selling meat direct to consummers.  Topics include meat science, meat sales and establishing a slaugther and processing facility.  

Recordings of the Presentations are linked below. 

Selling Direct to Consumers/Starting a Processing Plant with KDA

Basics of Meat Science with Francisco Najar-Villarreal

Small Acres Agriculture Series

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Previous Series Recordings Available On-Demand

Poultry

Ag Lease

Getting the most out of your acreage for livestock

Horses

Cattle   (Slides)

Sheep and Goat

Pond Management  (Slides)

Pond Moss (Slides)

Predator & Wildlife Control Video

Cash Rent per Acre Maps

Compiled by the USDA, these maps give the average amount per acre for cash rent of Irrigated crop land, Dry crop land, and pasture land by county in the state.

For additional information, and the most up-to-date rates per area, see the Ag Manager website https://www.agmanager.info/farm-management/land-rental-rates.

Kansas Custom Rates 2022

This is an updated version of the Custom Rates for 2022

Farm Lease Agreement Forms 

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