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Jun 7, 2023

  • Sackett v. EPA
  • Crops After Early Terminated Wheat
  • BCI: Checking Calf Efficiency


00:01:06 – Sackett v. EPA: Starting this Wednesday’s show is Roger McEowen, K-State and Washburn law professor, with information from the Sackett v. EPA case. The Supreme Court ruling has many significant impacts for agriculture and water in the U.S.

Link to Roger's Blog Post

Roger on


00:12:05 – Crops After Early Terminated Wheat: K-State farm systems specialist Ignacio Ciampitti continues the show discussing what producers could do if they have early terminated wheat fields this year.

Crop Options After Early Terminated Wheat Article


00:23:05 – BCI: Checking Calf Efficiency: Today’s show ends with the K-State Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. Brad White, Phillip Lancaster and Bob Weaber talk about the best way to assess calf efficiency in a herd. 

BCI Cattle Chat Podcast

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Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Shelby Varner and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.


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