Sep 26, 2022
00:01:00 – Consumer Purchasing Remains Strong: Despite concern over consumer demand, Oklahoma State University livestock economist Derrell Peel says the data shows consumer purchasing habits are remaining strong
Derrell's Cow-Calf Corner Newsletter
00:12:00 – The Importance of Early Farm Succession Planning: Ashlee Westerhold, director of the Office of Farm and Ranch Transition at K-State, explains why planning for farm succession early is important, the opportunities with the Kansas LandLink Program, and the upcoming Farm and Ranch Transition Conferences being held in Colby, Salina, and Erie
AgKansitions - Protecting Your Ag Legacy website
Kansas LandLink Program website
Farm and Ranch Transition Conference - Colby - December 13th
Farm and Ranch Transition Conference - Salina - December 14th
Farm and Ranch Transition Conference - Erie - December 15th
00:23:00 – Armadillo Numbers Are Increasing in Kansas: For this week's wildlife management segment, K-State wildlife specialist Drew Ricketts focuses on armadillos
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