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    Sedgwick County

    Sedgwick County
    7001 W. 21st Street N.
    Wichita, Ks  67205
    Map & Location

    Office Hours:
    8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Monday - Friday

    316-660-0100
    sg@listserv.ksu.edu

    Livestock

    K-State Research and Extension in Sedgwick County aims to help you reach your livestock production goals.

    2020 Beef Stocker Virtual Field Day, October 1, 2020 
    Registration is free. We encourage you to register online by September 24.

    Making alternative ration ingredient changes work, beef cattle market outlook and nutrition, management, and economic aspects of limit feeding are among topics planned for the 2020 Kansas State University Beef Stocker Virtual Field Day on Thursday, Oct. 1. The conference will be hosted on the Zoom webinar platform.

    To learn more and to register go to:

    https://www.asi.k-state.edu/events/stocker-conference.html

    Programs We Offer

    We offer a variety of crop production workshops, updates, and tours throughout the year.  Many are held annually, but some are rotated every few years.

    Examples of current programs:

    • Small Acreage Workshops
    • Winter Ranch Management Series
    • Ag Profitability Conference
    FAQs
    How many acres do I need for my livestock to graze?

    There are many possible answers to this question.  It will vary on location, type of grass to be grazed, how long you plan to graze the pasture, and the pasture's grazing history.  The number, size, and type of livestock will also make a huge difference.  For a better idea, check out the Stocking Rate and Grazing Management publication from K-State, or contact us at the office.

    What is pasture land renting for?

    Every year K-State updates an average pasture rent on a county basis.  This can be found on our Pasture/Rangeland page.  This is a good representation, but what does an average pasture look like?  There needs to be consideration of several factors when considering a lease.  These considerations as well as other tips can also be found on our Pasture/Rangeland page.

     

     

    Contact Information

    Sedgwick County
    Agricultural & Natural Resources
    7001 W. 21st St. North
    Wichita KS 67205-1759
    (316) 660-0144

    Jeff Seiler
    Agricultural & Natural Resource Agent
    (316) 660-0153
    jseiler4@ksu.edu