Dec 13, 2021
00:01:00 – Livestock Market Update: Livestock economist Derrell Peel of Oklahoma State University shares the latest beef and live-cattle export data, both of which bode favorably for the markets, and he looks ahead to what may well be a prosperous year for cattle producers in 2022...and how that may influence herd management decisions
00:12:00 – An Analytical Tool to Help Farm Families: From the Farm Analyst program at K-State, LaVell Winsor talks about the opportunity for farm families to use this program to assess the financial state of their operations, and to come up with a plan for addressing areas of concern or for actually expanding the operation...the program uses a time-tested analytical tool that provides answers for producers
00:23:00 – Kansas 4-H Horse Panorama: K-State 4-H agricultural sciences specialist Kelsey Nordyke previews the upcoming Kansas 4-H Horse Panorama. Registration for the event begins today
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