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May 12, 2022

  • The New Kansas Net Farm Income Report from the KFMA
  • Establishing Warm-Season Vegetable Garden Transplants



00:01:07—Kansas Farm Income Report (part 1)--An overview of the just-released report on 2021 Kansas net farm income from the Kansas Farm Management Association at K-State...this is a highly-sought-after annual summary of data from KFMA member farms, which is considered a key indicator of the state of the Kansas production agriculture economy:  the executive director of the KFMA, Kevin Herbel, is joined by area KFMA economists to break down what ended up being a record-setting year for net farm income in Kansas...featured on part one are Jordan Steele from northwest Kansas, Lindsey Bryant from southwest Kansas, and Joni James from south-central Kansas


00:12:10—Kansas Farm Income Report (part 2)--The second part of the discussion on the new Kansas Farm Management Association report on 2021 Kansas net farm income, with observations on the farm income numbers for north-central, northeast and southeast Kansas from KFMA economists Will Feldkamp, Craig Althauser and Dillon Rapp, respectively


00:23:05—Vegetable Transplant Success--On this week's horticulture segment, Riley County Extension horticulture agent Gregg Eyestone talks about getting warm-season vegetable transplants off to a good start in their new garden setting




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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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