Adalaide Kline

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Beef Production Program Director

Farm & Ranch Management/Beef Production/Feedlot

Frahm Agriculture Center
Adalaide KlineAdalaide Kline is the Beef Program Director at Colby Community College. She has a passion for being an advocate for the agriculture industry. She finds fulfillment in mentoring and role-modeling to the next generation of agricultural producers.

Adalaide grew up in the Kansa City area where her family’s seed stock operation,
Chair Rock Ranch, was 45 minutes away in Greeley, KS. Her family’s operation raised some of the top genetics in the industry. Recognized bulls include G A R Surefire, G A R Ashland, and G A R Prophet K263. From an early age, she had a fascination with the beef industry. She was inspired by her father and grandfather. It was not until her internship at Gardiner Angus Ranch that her passion was solidified, and she knew she had to remain in the beef industry.

She completed her undergraduate degree at Oklahoma State University, graduating with a major in animal science business and a minor in agricultural economics after being a member of the Cowgirl soccer team. She graduated in three years, allowing her to continue playing NCAA Division I soccer and receiving her master’s degree in animal science beef reproduction at South Dakota State University. She was the team captain of the soccer team for two years at SDSU. During her master’s degree, Adalaide worked with multiple producers in the area from various segments of the beef industry. Her research focused on pregnancy detection methods in cattle. She is excited to inform students and community members about those methods.

Adalaide felt a calling to come to Colby Community College and is excited to positively impact the college and its students.