About 4-H Files Raising good kids is a challenge, but it’s easier when you have a team of great people behind you. AG am in Kansas created our 4-H Files to feature 4-H kids from across the state who work hard on their projects throughout the year. If you know a 4-H member who would like to be featured, let us know and we will do our best to make it happen.
How Consumer Trends Influence Food Trends
My name is Rodrigo Santibanez. I’m the Director of Global Food Chain Affairs at Merck Animal Health. I ‘m here with the Agricultural Council of Kansas City to talk about how consumer trends are influencing food production and animal agriculture.
Meet Blogger Janeal Yancey
My name is Janeal Yancey and I’m a blogger at momatthemeatcounter.blogspot.com. I’m a meat scientist and mom who uses social media to share with other moms and consumers about meat science
The Flat Aggie Project I’m Tiffany Piatt and I’m a first grade teacher at Heller Elementary and I’ve taught first grade for six years now. I’m working to incorporate agriculture in my classroom using the Flat Aggie project and working with my partner.
Meet 4-H’er Tyree Figge
Meet Tyree Figge, a member of Pottawatomie County Triple E 4-H Club. Tyree is 10 years old and has been showing cattle since he was 3. He has been a 4-H member for the last three years. Tyree has never heard of KGLS before until some of his friends told him about it.
Monte Selby at the Kansas Ag in the Classroom Conference
Good morning. My name is Monte Selby. I came to Salina, Kansas for the Kansas Ag in the Classroom Conference. I live in Colorado but I was a Kansas teacher, principal, and also a professor. What we’re looking at is ways to connect with kids or connect with other people
Crossroads Rodeo Bible Camp
Good morning, I am Pastor Jerry Newell from the Crossroads Cowboy Church. We’re located at the Junction of 59, 24, and Kansas 76 Highway about three miles east of Perry, Kansas. Just wanted to say good morning and welcome to Crossroads. We’re at the Equifest today and we’re promoting our Rodeo Bible Camp.
KFB Foundation for Agriculture Excellence in the Classroom
Do you remember what you wanted to be when you grew up? For Barb McCaffree she always knew she wanted to be a teacher. Little did she know that she would be able to combine a love of teaching and her background in agriculture into her dream job at Blue Stem Elementary in Leon, Kansas.
Roast Perfect App
Not enough time and don’t know how. Those are among the top reasons beef consumers don’t roast, according to a joint survey by the Beef Checkoff and the Certified Angus Beef® (CAB®) brand……click link for more.
Kansas Foundation for Ag in the Classroom
Hi I’m Natalie Anderson, I’m the Communications Coordinator with the Kansas Foundation for Ag in the Classroom and I’m excited to be here today at our annual Art Celebration and Teacher of the Year Celebration….click link for more.
Neighbor to Neighbor Food Drive
Delighted to kick off Kansas Agriculture Month. It is a wonderful industry that has meant so much and is so important around the world. We’re a big export state, so we export a lot of our agricultural commodities and it helps literally feed the world……click link for more.
Women Managing the Farm Conference
Welcome to this year’s Women Managing the Farm Conference. This is the 11th conference that we’ve held within the Women Managing the Farm organization. I’m Jennie Bracken, I’m one of the co-leaders for this year’s conference…..click link for more.
Summer Science Institute for Teachers
Brian McCornack, Extension Entomologist and Researcher in the Department of Entomology at Kansas State University. And I currently direct a Summer Science’s Institute for Teachers where soybean is the model system. And I think what really makes this institute particularly different is we really teach the teachers how to incorporate science into the classroom much like a scientist would….click link for more.
Kansas Foundation for Ag in the classroom - Kim Curran
How does a woman working as a Federal Meat Grader end up teaching elementary school kids? Well, Kim Curran did just that, has been teaching for 18 years now. A farming, ranch girl all her life, Curran studied Animal Science and Industry at Kansas State University and received her Bachelor of Science in Agriculture…..click link for more.
Kansas Foundation for Ag in the classroom
You can take the girl out of the farm, but you can’t take the farm out of the girl. Teresa Schulze, a 5th and 6th grade teacher at Eisenhower Elementary in Norton, Kansas, always knew that she wanted to teach from a very young age. She had a natural affinity when it came to working with children, integrating agriculture into her classroom as well….click link for more.
Farm Food Tour
And we’re really excited to be here. This is actually our last day of the Farm Food Tour. We’ve been traveling across Kansas as a part of…to learn more about the agriculture industry across Kansas. This opportunity was kind of made possible, the United Soybean Board has an Animal Ag Grant….click link for more.
Bloggers Reaction to Farm Food Tour
I’m a very new blogger, so I’m super excited to go on this trip. I’m actually a transplant from New Jersey to Kansas, so visiting these farms was an amazing experience. One of the things that I realized on the first day is that all the farmers that we met throughout the entire trip were so humble…click link for more.
Bloggers Reaction to Farm Food Tour
I grew up in Los Angeles and so driving across Kansas, visiting farms has been quite the experience. I don’t have a lot of experience with agriculture so it’s really been eye opening. I also haven’t had an opinion one way or another as we’ve discussed some maybe touchy subjects…click link for more.
New Exhibit at Exploration Place
Well welcome to the newest exhibit at Exploration Place. This is a new, permanent exhibit called Kansas Kids Connect and it is for the under five set. It is a fantastic preschool learning environment and it’s set in a setting that’s all about agriculture…click link for more.
Wabaunsee County Fair 2015
Hi my name is Cara Floch and we’re here at the Wabaunsee County Fair and this is my 11th year in 4-H and my last year. I’ve done everything from photography to sheep to pigs. I brought two
wethers to the county fair this year..click link for more.
Teacher Feature Angela Black
Kelly Iverson here with Kansas Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom. And I’m here today to talk to you about sheep, goats, calves and most importantly Angela Black, the 2013 recipient of the Janet Sims Memorial Teacher of the Year Award. Black was the first ever Teacher Feature of the Month on..click link for more.
Seaman FFA – Day on the Farm
(Megan) Hi my name is Megan VanGordon. I am the advisor of the Seaman FFA Chapter and I am super excited to be here today. We are at Seaman FFA’s Day on the Farm, where we have all the second graders in the Seaman School District come out for the day and they get to learn about all aspects of agriculture.
4H Files Eck Brothers
In this 4H File, Inman High School reporter Jacob Doerksen introduces us to the Eck Brothers: Parker, Jacob and Bailey.
4H Files Janae McKinney
Inman High School Reporter Austin Frank, introduces us to 4H’er Janae McKinney, find out what she likes best about her 4H experience.
4H Files Karl Riffel
In this 4H File, Inman High School reporter Abby Bernhardt introduces us to Karl Riffel.
4H Files Regehr Sisters
On this week’s 4-H File Inman High School reporter Krystal Miller introduces us to the Regehr sisters. Find out what 4H means to them.