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Value-added is the transformation of a raw product, usually an agricultural product, into a product that serves consumer demand better. The value-added product usually has an increased value and a higher return than the raw product. Kansas is one of the lowest ranking midwestern states for the number of value-added industries, although it is one of the greatest producers of raw agricultural products. An interdisciplinary team of Extension Specialists was created to promote and to serve small and medium size value-added businesses in the state. This poster will describe Kansas State University Cooperative Extension's approach to serving this clientele.

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37 ORAL SESSION 4 (Abstr. 419-426) Extension: Technology Transfer

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106 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 508–518) Teaching and Extension Methodology

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administrative skills an IHC needs to succeed, their profile is close to those of an extension agent in the United States Cooperative Extension System. Extension is traditionally considered the organized exchange of information and the purposive transfer of

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140 ORAL SESSION 39 (Abstr. 651–655) Computer Technology Applications in Extension Horticulture

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1 Associate Professor, Dept. of Horticultural Science. 2 Associate Professor, Extension Specialist Educational Programs, North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service. 3 Associate Professor, Dept. of Economics and Business. Paper no. 206 of

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140 ORAL SESSION 39 (Abstr. 651–655) Computer Technology Applications in Extension Horticulture

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