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Oct 7, 2022

  • Wheat Exports and Corn Demand Remain Strong
  • Prescribed Burns
  • Kansas Agricultural Weather


00:01:00 – Wheat Exports and Corn Demand Remain Strong: K-State grain market economist, Dan O’Brien, says wheat export numbers continue to be strong and that the high demand for corn from feedlots continues with bid prices showing exactly that

The latest from Dan on AgManager

00:12:00 – Prescribed Burns: Kansas Forest Service southeast district fire management officer, Jesse Sloan, he joins us to talk about the importance of prescribed burning and previews the upcoming 26th Annual Fall Forestry Field Day occurring in Erie, Kansas.

K-State Prescribed Burn Publications:

Alternative Burning Strategies: Effects on Cattle Performance, Grassland, and the Environment

Kansas Prescribed Burning - Rules adn Regulations

Fire and Grasslands

Jesse's email - 

00:23:00 – Kansas Agricultural Weather: K-State meteorologist Chip Redmond, shares insight into the precipitation received in parts of western Kansas this week, the current cold front we’re experiencing, and what to expect moving forward


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