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Sep 19, 2022

  • Feeder Cattle Prices Drop Slightly Last Week
  • A Preview of National Farm Safety and Health Week
  • Building Good Fish Habitats and Minimizing Parasites


00:01:00 – Feeder Cattle Prices Drop Slightly Last Week: Katelyn McCullock, director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center (LMIC), discusses the slight drop in feeder cattle prices and the surprising pre-estimate import data for China 


00:12:00 – A Preview of National Farm Safety and Health Week: From the Carl and Melinda Helwig Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at K-State, Tawnie Larson, previews National Farm Safety and Health Week – sharing information about the programs occurring throughout the week and the ROPS Rebate Program she hopes to bring to Kansas

AgriSafe Network website

ROPS (rollover protective structures) Rebate Program information

00:23:00 – Building Good Fish Habitats and Minimizing Parasites: In this week's wildlife management segment, K-State aquatics and fisheries specialist, Joe Gerken, addresses the relationship between building good habitats for fish and minimizing parasites

Kansas Aquaculture Association website


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