• Kansas Department of Agriculture notified of confirmed positive case of Avian Influenza

    The Kansas Department of Agriculture was notified late Friday afternoon that samples collected from a backyard poultry flock containing both chickens and ducks in Leavenworth County was positive for HPAI H5N2.
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  • Kansas Agriculture Day with Photographer Jim Richardson

    From behind the lens of a high-powered camera, Jim Richardson, photographer for National Geographic, gives Kansans a new focus on the world of agriculture. Lecturing on March 18 at 7 p.m. in the Kansas State University Union Little Theatre, Richardson will take viewers on a visual journey, zooming in on “Feeding a Hungry Planet”.
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  • Meeting to discuss HUD application process March 11

    Through funds made available by Department of Housing and Urban Development, a team of Kansans lead by the Kansas Department of Agriculture is coming together to apply for funding for a competitive grant program called the HUD Natural Disaster Resiliency Competition. For more information about the grant, visit www.agriculture.ks.gov/KS_HUDgrant
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  • Kansas FFA Week Celebrated

    Governor Sam Brownback today signed a proclamation declaring Feb. 21- 28 as Kansas FFA Week.
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  • Secure a piece of history- Kansas Brand books and paper brand applications being made available

    Historical brand applications dated back to 1939 are currently being made available by the Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA). Limited historic brand books are also available for sale to the public in hard copy format.
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  • Kansas Department of Agriculture monitoring for signs of Avian Influenza

    Mar 11, 2015
    The Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) is currently monitoring a control zone in Southeast Kansas, including areas of Cherokee and Crawford counties, after a confirmed case of the H5N2 strain of Avian Influenza was found in Jasper County, Missouri near Asbury.
  • Kansas Agriculture Day with Photographer Jim Richardson

    Mar 11, 2015
    From behind the lens of a high-powered camera, Jim Richardson, photographer for National Geographic, gives Kansans a new focus on the world of agriculture. Lecturing on March 18 at 7 p.m. in the Kansas State University Union Little Theatre, Richardson will take viewers on a visual journey, zooming in on “Feeding a Hungry Planet”.
  • Specialty Crop Block grant applications period now open

    Mar 11, 2015
    The Kansas Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for the 2015 Specialty Crop Block Grant program. Funds are awarded to the agency by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service. The funds are in turn granted to projects and organizations that promote specialty crops in Kansas.

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