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Apr 28, 2023

  • A Change in Corn and Soybean Prices Locally
  • Update on Ukraine's Agricultural Land Conditions
  • Potential for More Rain in the Future


00:01:08 – A Change in Corn and Soybean Prices Locally: Dan O’Brien, K-State grain economist, begins today’s show with a grain market update. Today Dan discusses weakening corn prices and strengthening soybean prices locally, and a mostly balanced outlook from the futures markets. 

The latest from Dan O'Brien on AgManager


A group of undergraduate students in the College of Agriculture here at K-State are collecting listener data from Agricutlure Today for a class project. If you have the time and are willing please feel free to take the survey at the link below. 

Link to undergraduate survey on Agriculture Today 


00:12:19 – Update on Ukraine's Agricultural Land Conditions: We continue today’s show with an update on the Black Sea region with K-State associate in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Antonina Broyaka. Antonina’s discussion focuses on the ongoing impacts of Russia’s war against Ukraine and shares information on the current condition of agricultural land and the ever-evolving trade dynamics at hand that highly impact Ukraine’s economy.

Link to full webinar on AgManager


00:23:08 – Potential for More Rain in the Future: We end today’s show with this week’s agricultural weather report from K-State meteorologist, Chip Redmond. Chip highlights the freezing temperatures that were widespread across the state last week, the amount of rain observed in southwest Kansas, and the potential for more rain on the horizon.



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