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Oct 5, 2021

  • Livestock Toxicology Project
  • Veterinary Toxicology Training
  • Dairy Methane Digesters


00:01:12--Livestock Toxicology Project--Veterinary toxicologist Steve Ensley and production medicine veterinarian Bob Larson of K-State outline a new initiative out of the K-State College of Veterinary Medicine, funded by a new USDA grant, which will greatly enhance the response to livestock toxicity cases, such as blue-green algae or prussic acid poisoning...they'll be developing an information "hotline" in the hopes of reducing livestock losses



00:09:08--Veterinarian Toxicology Training--K-State’s Bob Larson and Steve Ensley talk more about this new veterinary toxicology training and outreach program soon to debut at K-State…on this segment, they discuss the new resources that will be developed for in-field veterinarians on responding to livestock poisoning incidents



00:16:08--Dairy Methane Digesters--On this week's edition of Milk Lines, K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk talks about channeling herd waste into methane digesters to earn added revenue for the operation




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Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.


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