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Flint Hills District

Crops

Corn field at sunrise

In Kansas farming is a tradition of many families. However in a world that is always changing another tradition is K-State Research and Extension. We offer many beneficial services to help Kansas farmers stay informed with educational research based information including:

  • Agriculture Production Systems
  • Effective Production Practices
  • Competitive Pricing
  • Farm Management
  • Business Management Skills
  • Environmentally Safe & Sound Production Practices
  • Alternative Agriculture Businesses
  • Youth Education about Food and Fiber

Upcoming Events

Women In AG Workshop

Please join the Flint Hills Extension District for Farm Financial Skills for Women in Agriculture! This workshop series will take place on January 15, January 22, January 29, and February 5 in the Morris Co. Courthouse Meeting Room in Council Grove. Each session will begin at 5:30 p.m. and end at 8:30 p.m. The registration fee is $40 and will cover all meals and program materials. This workshop series will teach principles of recordkeeping to develop a balance sheet, income statement, and a cash flow statement. Participants will work with a case farm to do performance analysis and understand how these statements can help with management decisions. To register, visit: www.agmanager.info under “Events” or contact the Flint Hills Extension Office at 620-767-5136. The registration deadline is December 31st!

 

 

August 6, 2020 - Kansas 4-H State Wheat Expo - Wichita  

 

Resources

Agriculture - K-State Agriculture Website

Mike Holder 
Cottonwood Falls Office

District Extension Agent
Agriculture and Natural Resources

620-273-6491
mholder@ksu.edu

Shannon Ney - Ag Agent

Shannon Ney
Council Grove Office

Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent

620-767-5136
spn@ksu.edu