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In Research

A Survey of Dry-Rolled Corn Particle Size and Fecal Starch in U.S. Midwestern Feedlots Authors: Erin Schwandt, Dan Thomson, Chris Reinhardt and Steve Bartle Introduction: Beef finishing diets are commonly formulated with processed grain as a primary energy source to

Rural Practitioner

Dr. Stan Perry East Emporia Veterinary Clinic, Emporia, Kansas  by Lisa Henderson Dr. Stan Perry is a rural practitioner at the East Emporia Veterinary Clinic in Emporia, Kansas. He graduated from Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990

Student Spotlight

Elsie Suhr Hometown: Sabetha, KS Major: Master’s Student in Biomedical Sciences Years at BCI: 
1.5 years Favorite project: Helping other graduate students with hands-on research projects. What have you learned from the BCI? The BCI and its employees have taught

K-State CVM Student Receives National Bovine Veterinary Student Award

By Audrey Hambright Jacob Hagenmaier, a concurrent third-year veterinary and Ph.D. student in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University was recently recognized as a recipient of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Bovine Student Recognition Award.

K-State Hosts Annual Beef Stocker Field Day

Presentations for the annual conference focus on animal health and management practices. By Lisa Henderson Nearly 300 producers attended K-State’s annual Beef Stcker Day conference in Manhattan on Sept. 25. Producers, practitioners and other industry participants came to learn about

Free BQA Certification Available Through End of October

Beef Quality Assurance certification gives producers tools to provide the safest and highest quality beef to consumers. For the third time, Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc. (BIVI) is supporting the checkoff-funded Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program by sponsoring all online certifications

BCI Gives Kansas State Fair Attendees Realistic Birthing Simulation Via Artificial Cow

The term “hands-on” has recently reached a whole new level at Kansas State University’s Beef Cattle Institute. The center, housed at the university’s College of Veterinary Medicine, purchased a dystocia simulator cow and calf to help teach and demonstrate the

BQA Regional Meetings

The Beef Cattle Institute at Kansas State University and the Kansas Beef Council are partnering to host advanced beef cattle care and health training sessions in Kansas during October and November. The Beef Checkoff-funded sessions will provide beef producers and

BQA Regional Meetings

Click here to register for BQA Regional Meetings at El Dorado, Sharon Springs, Garden City or Washington Click here to register for BQA Regional Meetings at Tonganoxie, Junction City, Ft. Scott or Overbrook Meetings Schedule November 4, 2014 – BQA

Student Spotlight

Lindsay Upperman Hometown: Chambersburg, PA Major: Animal Science, Option: Bioscience/Biotechnology Student Title: STEC Research/Training Module Intern Focus: 
My focus is to collect as much film or pictures that I can from the various locations needed to create training modules for