The crop science programs are diverse and include all disciplines related to crop production: agronomy, entomology, plant pathology, biological and agricultural engineering and more. The K-State Research and Extension team communicates and translates research findings into practical education programs with the final goal of assisting Kansans to improve current production practices and profitability.
K-State Research and Extension animal science is a diverse program that conducts research on animal health, breeding, and nutrition for several species. Research conducted in food science and meat science helps ensure safe, high quality food and consumer products. The extension program uses research results to provide Kansans with practical educational programs that enhance and improve current practices.