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K-State Research and Extension - Bookstore

K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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Health and Safety » Farm

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  • MF3127
    MF3127
    Growing Growers: Tips for Safe Tractor Operation

    Small-tractor safety tips for beginning growers. 2-page, color.

    $1.15
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  • MF2917
    MF2917
    Fire Suppression in Cedar Woodlands

    This publication address safety techniques, fire behaviors, and control tactics used in fighting fires in cedar woodlands. 4-page, 2-color.

    $0.00
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  • MF3071
    MF3071
    Reading a Pesticide Label

    This publication illustrates the parts of a pesticide label and explains terminology; includes Kansas pesticide information contacts. 8-page, 2-color.

    $1.10
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  • DVD585
    DVD585
    Fire in the Great Plains

    This two-DVD set contains videos on prescribed burning and smoke management in the Great Plains, along with a description of the Kansas Flint Hills Smoke Management Plan. Also included are a bibliography and accompanying electronic publications.

    $13.15
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  • MF2656
    MF2656
    Livestock Safety

    Approach livestock slowly from an angle, not directly from behind. Cattle, sheep, horses, and swine can be easily frightened by shadows or surface changes. Moving or flapping objects can disrupt handling. Loud noises can cause distress. 4-page, b/w.

    $0.50
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