Aug 31, 2021
00:01:09--National Stocker Cattle Survey--K-State beef cattle specialist Dale Blasi goes over some of the key findings from a recent national survey of stocker cattle operators, which sought information on production and management practices...he says this broad-based information is valuable to the cattle industry in general, and it can be used for stocker producers to benchmark their own operations...the survey will be discussed at the upcoming K-State Beef Stocker Field Day
00:12:12--Renting to Young Farmers--K-State agricultural economics graduate researcher Chelsea Arnold talks about her in-depth study of farm landowners’ willingness to lease crop and pasture land to younger agricultural producers who need rented ground to stay in operation...she spoke on these findings at the recent K-State Risk and Profit Conference
00:23:15--Agricultural News--Eric Atkinson covers the day’s agricultural news headlines, and dairy specialist Mike Brouk of K-State presents this week’s edition of Milk Lines
00:31:07--Hunting Feral Swine--On this week's wildlife management segment, former K-State wildlife specialist Charlie Lee looks at efforts to control feral swine, and what a new study found about the impact of hunting on wild hog behavior
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