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Study compares consumption of beef to plant-based alternatives

Consumers who prefer beef over plant-based protein alternatives said they are willing to pay nearly two dollars more per meal for a burger when dining at a restaurant, according to a study from Kansas State University.

Members of K-State's 2020 national champion livestock judging team are (l to r) head coach Chris Mullinix, Madison Andrade, Chisum Grund, Daniel Dobbs, Austin Vieselmeyer, Lane Egger, Cagney Effling, Trace Mulligan, Justin Slabaugh, Sam Gleason, Skyler Scotten and assistant coach Payton Dahmer.
Kansas State Wins National Livestock Judging Championship

Kansas State University captured the North American International Livestock Exposition title marking the 15th national championship for K-State’s livestock judging program.

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KSU's Purebred Beef Unit A 'Head Start on Career In Cattle'

The Purebred Beef Unit at Kansas State University offers undergraduate students an opportunity to gain hands-on experience that is directly applicable when they go out into the industry.

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How COVID-19 Changed America’s Eating Habits

Americans ate much of the same food and at generally the same time during the pandemic, but where Americans ate changed dramatically, according to research by the Hartman Group.