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Radio stations are free to use clips from any of the episodes below. Time codes and descriptions for each segment are listed in the show notes. 

A selection of fully produced segments are made available weekly on the "For Radio Stations" page at the K-State Research and Extension news page.

Captioned episodes are available on our Agriculture Today YouTube page.

Jul 17, 2024

  • Ag Law Reminders for Producers
  • Insect Pests in Kansas Cotton
  • Technology Advancements in Vet Med

 

00:01:05 – Ag Law Reminders for Producers: Roger McEowen, K-State and Washburn law professor, kicks off the show by talking through his recent blog article that covers topics from reporting 4-H income to foreign bank...


Jul 16, 2024

  • Fins, Fur and Feathers: Invasive Species
  • Different Methods of Castration on Bulls Entering the Feedlot
  • HPAI Research at K-State

 

00:01:05 – Fins, Fur and Feathers: Invasive Species: An episode of Fins, Fur and Feathers from K-State’s Drew Ricketts and Joe Gerken kicks off today’s show. The pair discuss...


Jul 15, 2024

  • Cattle Market Outlook and International Look
  • International Conference on Precision Agriculture
  • Faces in Agriculture Today: Jeff Oakes

 

00:01:05 – Cattle Market Outlook and International Look: Starting today’s show is Elliott Dennis, University of Nebraska-Lincoln livestock economist, with this week’s...


Jul 12, 2024

  • WASDE Report Expectations
  • KFMA Podcast: Retirement Accounts
  • Moisture in Kansas

 

00:01:05 – WASDE Report Expectations: Dan O’Brien, K-State grain economist, kicks off today’s show with th­is week’s grain market outlook. He explains the current market and the WASDE pre-report expectations.

Dan O'Brien on...


Jul 11, 2024

  • Kansas Wheat Harvest Final Update
  • Animal Health at County Fairs
  • Insects this Summer

 

00:01:05 – Kansas Wheat Harvest Final Update: Starting today's show is Marsha Boswell, vice president of communications for Kansas Wheat, with a­ wheat update for Kansas growers. She explains what people saw from their crop and...