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Apr 4, 2023

  • The Future of Carbon Markets
  • Fast Approaching Antimicrobial Use Changes
  • Hello Spring and Hello Flies


00:01:18 – The Future of Carbon Markets:We begin today’s show by continuing our conversation from last week on carbon credits with K-State post-doctoral fellow, Micah Cameron Harp, and K-State professor of Agricultural Economics, Nathan Hendricks. This week they discuss the policy surrounding carbon markets and where they see markets like this going in the future.

More information on Micah's website regarding carbon credits


00:12:06 – Fast Approaching Antimicrobial Use Changes: We are also joined today by associate professor in the K-State College of Veterinary Medicine and certified veterinary pharmacologist, Brian Lubbers. He joins us to discuss the upcoming June 11th FDA regulation changes for antimicrobials and reminds producers about the importance of having a veterinary-client relationship and how these changes will effect producers and veterinarians alike.

FDA Guidance for Industry #263

Guidance for Industry #263: Frequently Asked Questions for Farmers and Ranchers


00:23:07 – Hello Spring and Hello Flies: Fly season is here! K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk ends today’s show encouraging dairy farmers to begin implementing control measures now to reduce adult fly populations later this spring and summer. Today, he looks at several methods for controlling flies in early spring.


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