Three research stations have installed K-Line systems. These research stations will be evaluating the effectiveness of K-Line systems over the course of the next several years.
The first system was installed at the Nancy Cummings research station in Idaho.
University of Idaho
College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Nancy M. Cummings Research, Extension and Education Center
16 Hot Springs Ranch Road
Carmen, ID 83462 Phone 208-756-2749
The research center initally purchased 2 K-Lines totaling 24 pods.
The second was installed in North Dakota.
USDA Agriculture Research Service
Northern Great Plains Research Lab
1701 Kent Avenue Southwest
Mandan, ND 58554 Phone 701-667-3013
The research service has several K-Lines up and running.
The third was installed in Yakima, WA.
Extension Faculty, Animal Sciences, Livestock, Forage, and Range Management
Cooperative Extension Service
Washington State University, Yakima County
128 North Second Street, Courthouse Room 233
Yakima, WA 98901-2631 Phone 509-574-1600
This research center initally purchased 3 K-Lines totaling 20 pods.
Just a couple of other notes:
The University of Nebraska holds multiple pasture walks during the year. Interested parties can contact the University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension service in Knox County at 402-288-5611 for more information about the walks.