Jan 6, 2022
00:01:06—Kansas Farm Income Projections--K-State farm management economist Gregg Ibendahl shares his just-released estimate on Kansas net farm income for 2021, as well as his income projection for 2022, using Kansas Farm Management Association grain farm data as the basis for his calculations...he points to a sharp rise in the average income this past year, followed by an expected and significant drop this year
00:12:11—ARC/PLC Selection Tool--K-State agricultural economist Robin Reid reports on her updated analysis of the returns to participating in either the Agricultural Risk Coverage or Price Loss Coverage programs on grain production here in 2022...the deadline for making any changes in one's ARC/PLC selection is March 15th, and she highlights the on-line tool she has created for producers to size up that choice
00:23:10—Choosing Vegetable Varieties--On this week's horticulture segment, Sedgwick County Extension horticulture agent Rebecca McMahon offers several things to think about when shopping for vegetable garden seed for this year's gardening...she spoke on that topic yesterday on the first K-State Garden Hour webinar of the year
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