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Aug 17, 2021

  • International Grain Status
  • Impressive Canola Yields
  • Agricultural News Headlines
  • Drone Deer Counts


00:01:10--International Grain Status--The senior economist with the IGP Institute at K-State, Guy Allen, offers his monthly outlook on U.S. grain exports, based on the USDA's latest world grain supply-and-demand report released last Thursday...he comments on the reported tightness in global wheat supplies, and offers his latest thoughts on building grain sales to China back up


00:12:12--Impressive Canola Yields--K-State canola agronomist Mike Stamm shares the numbers from this year's canola variety trials in Kansas, which reflected an exceptional year for canola yields...he says that this just-finished growing season illustrates what a good fit canola can be in crop rotations in this state


00:23:15--Agricultural News--Eric Atkinson takes a look at today’s agricultural news headlines, and K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk presents this week’s edition of Milk Lines


00:31:07--Drone Deer Counts--On this week's wildlife management segment, K-State wildlife specialist Charlie Lee discusses a new evaluation of drone flights as a method of taking deer inventories across a given property





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