Feb 22, 2023
00:01:06 — Farm Service Agency Program Updates and Kansas Profile: Kansas Farm Service Agency agricultural program specialist, Emily Evans, has information on ERP Phase 2, PARP, ARC/PLC, and NAP programming through the FSA. We also tune into Kansas Profile with Ron Wilson from the Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development. In this program Ron features Leffler Prime Performance.
More information on Kansas FSA programs available
More from Kansas Profile with Ron Wilson
00:12:02 — Benefits of Participating in Voluntary Water Programs: We continue our Kansas water series with K-State economist, Bill Golden. He has done extensive research over the years analyzing the benefits for producers that participate in voluntary programs such as local enhanced management areas (LEMAs) and water conservation areas. This work has allowed for producers to increase water use efficiencies and production efficiencies in ways that they never thought possible before.
More information on Sheridan 6 and local enhanced management areas
More research articles on water policy work in Kansas on AgManager
00:23:01 — BCI's Ask the Experts: Managing Confined Cattle in Muddy Areas: K-State's Brad White, Bob Larson, and Phillip Lancaster answer a listener's question on managing cattle in confined areas with muddy conditions.
To have your beef cattle questions answered by the BCI Ask the Experts team - send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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