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Mar 14, 2023

  •      Reflecting on One Year of War in Ukraine
  •      Evaluating Total Mixed Rations


00:01:15 – Reflecting on One Year of War in Ukraine, Part One: We spend the majority of today's show learning from K-State expert and Ukraine native, Antonina Broyaka. During our first segment of this Tuesday's programming, she reflects on the one-year anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, her journey with her children to K-State, and impacts of the war so far. 

00:12:11 – Reflecting on One Year of War in Ukraine, Part Two: Antonina Broyaka continues her coverage of the war's impacts by providing insight on the significant role of infrastructure and exports in supporting not only the agricultural industry of the war-torn country, but the entirety of Ukraine itself. 

The full version of Antonina's webinar can be found on AgManager along with the slides from her presentation


00:23:05 – Evaluating Total Mixed Rations: We end today’s show with K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk encouraging producers to evaluate the mixing and delivery of total mixed rations to their cows. He emphasizes that producers need to be to paying attention to feed moisture, accuracy of feed delivery, and consistency of the mix.


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