• Doggone, it’s the 4th already!

    The Fourth of July is finally here, and with the celebration comes fireworks, barbeques and outdoor fun for all; including our furry, four-legged friends. The Kansas Department of Agriculture’s Division of Animal Health cares for companion animals as much as you do.
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  • Kansas Department of Agriculture relocates to Manhattan

    The Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) has successfully completed the relocation process and is open for business in Manhattan, Kan.
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  • Governor Brownback Declares June as Kansas Dairy Month

    Surrounded by Kansas dairymen and Kansas FFA members, Governor Sam Brownback signed the proclamation declaring June as Kansas Dairy Month.
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  • Governor Brownback celebrates Kansas Beef Month at Downey Ranch

    Governor Brownback celebrated Kansas Beef Month with Kansas cattle ranchers over grilled burgers at Downey Ranch near Wamego. The event highlights Kansas Beef Month, which was celebrated statewide this month by the Kansas Beef Council, Kansas Livestock Association and the Kansas Cattlewomen, in cooperation with the state’s livestock and meat industry.
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  • KDA Kicks Off Third Annual Photo Contest

    The Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) announced its third annual statewide photo contest today. KDA invites individuals to submit photos that showcase how agriculture touches their life by capturing the special moments, hard work, locally grown and breath-taking beauty of agriculture across the state.
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  • Pet Animal Advisory Board to Meet May 14 via Teleconference

    May 05, 2014
    The Kansas Department of Agriculture’s Pet Animal Advisory Board will meet at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 via teleconference to conduct the regularly scheduled quarterly meeting of the advisory board.
  • KDA Kicks Off Third Annual Photo Contest

    May 01, 2014
    The Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) announced its third annual statewide photo contest today. KDA invites individuals to submit photos that showcase how agriculture touches their life by capturing the special moments, hard work, locally grown and breath-taking beauty of agriculture across the state.
  • EHV-1 case confirmed in Kansas

    Apr 29, 2014
    The Kansas Department of Agriculture Animal Health Commissioner Dr. Bill Brown today reports that a horse in northeast Kansas has been confirmed positive with a wild type of a non-neurotropic case of Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1).

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