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Apr 30, 2019

On today’s episode: Crop Production Specialist Ignacio Ciampitti joins us for the first half of the program to talk about corn and soybean planting; ag news; and wildlife specialist Charlie Lee tells us about the predator/prey relationship between king snakes and copperheads. 

00:00:00 – Corn Planting: K-State...


Apr 29, 2019

On today’s episode: Cattle market update on the rise in dairy cow slaughter and the effect on domestic beef supplies; the Cattle Chat podcast crew talks about managing bull body condition and vaccinations ahead of spring breeding; ag news; and a look at how 4-H works to meet needs for special accommodations at...


Apr 26, 2019

On today’s episode: Economist Dan O’Brien provides a grain market update focusing on corn planting numbers; Economist Mykel Taylor discusses her work on basis convergence in the grain markets and how that affects forward-contracting grain sales; ag news; Meteorologist Mary Knapp looks ahead to the next week in...


Apr 25, 2019

Rust disease has been confirmed in select wheat fields around Kansas; soil microbiomics is considered to be a major step forward in soil science; agricultural news, and the “Kansas Soybean Update”; an update on lawn and garden insect pests…

00:01:29 – Rust Disease Confirmed:  K-State wheat disease specialist Erick...


Apr 24, 2019

Findings (so far) from a long-term study that features cover crops as a component of a wheat-sorghum-soybeans rotation; this summer’s K-State Livestock Judging Camps for 4-H and FFA youth; Gus van der Hoeven’s “Stop, Look and Listen…”

00:01:30 – More Benefits of Cover Crops:  K-State cropping systems...