Animal Sciences and Industry

Kansas State University
232 Weber Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-8028

 

785-532-6533
785-532-7059 fax

Email: asi@ksu.edu

Dairy Cattle in Kansas

Kansas has become a major dairy state during the past decade. In 1996, Kansas ranked 30th in total milk production, 29th in dairy cow numbers and 34th in milk production per cow in the U.S. About 1,000 permitted dairy herds existed in 1996. Since then, a major expansion of the dairy industry has occurred in western Kansas and in long-established dairy enterprises elsewhere in the state. At the end of 2006, Kansas ranked 17th in total milk production, 19th in dairy cows and 9th in milk production per cow. At the end of 2006 Kansas had 112,000 dairy cows on 441 permitted dairies. Kansas is considered to be a major dairy expansion state and likely will continue to expand.

Dairy Publications and Presentations

Dairy Conference Information

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Western Dairy Management Conference

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High Plains Dairy Conference

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Dairy Housing of the Future

Commodity Coordinator

Dr. Mike Brouk<br/>
Dr. Mike Brouk
Associate Professor/Extension Specialist
Animal Sciences and Industry
134 Call Hall
Manhattan KS 66506-1600
Phone : 785-532-1207
Fax : 785-532-5681
mbrouk@k-state.edu

Dairy Faculty & Staff

Dr. Barry Bradford
Dairy Cattle Nutrition

Dr. Mike Brouk
Dairy Nutrition and Management

Dr. Timothy Rozell
Physiology

Mr. Michael Scheffel
Dairy Unit Manager

Dr. Karen A. Schmidt
Dairy Foods

Dr. Jeffrey S. Stevenson
Physiology

Dairy Focus Areas

Facilities

Dairy Unit

Dairy Plant

Call Hall Dairy Bar