It's a new year and everyone at Extension is geared up, ready to provide you with new educational opportunities and information you can trust to help make decisions that are best for you and your family. Happy New Year!
Radon is a colorless, odorless gas formed when uranium in soil and rocks decays into radioactive particles. The particles can lodge in the lungs and cause lung cancer. Radon levels in Johnson County soil are high. Have you checked your radon levels in your basement and first floor? Unless you've bought a new home recently chances are good you haven't done a radon test. Learn more below.
Coffee is the most popular item consumed at breakfast in the United States. Studies show that the antioxidants in coffee can inhibit the development of gallstones, cavities, type 2 diabetes, and Parkinson’s disease.
How much can most healthy adults enjoy?
We have copies of the Farmer’s Tax Guide at the Extension Office for help in preparing your 2015 returns. The publication explains how the federal tax laws apply to farming. You can use this guide to figure your taxes and complete your farm tax return.
Johnson County Livestock Association Annual Meeting
Please don’t overlook our
Johnson County Livestock Association Annual Meeting. You don’t have to be a current member to attend, and the topic will be very timely. With a change in how certain beef antibiotics can be purchased in feed, you’ll want to learn how that may affect your operation. Our featured speaker will be A.J. Tarpoff, DVM, and Extension beef veterinarian at K-State. To register call 913-715-7000 or email
Classes & Events
To register online click on the class link or call 913-715-7000.