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Feb 20, 2024

  • Diesel and Fertilizer Price Outlook
  • K-State Legacy Sale
  • Being Ready for Flies


00:01:08 – Diesel and Fertilizer Price Outlook: Beginning today’s show is K-State Extension farm management specialist, Gregg Ibendahl, as he reviews his recent diesel and fertilizer price outlooks for 2024. 

Diesel Fuel Price Outlook for 2024

Fertilizer Price Outlook for 2024

Webinar with Antonina Broyaka and Gregg Ibendahl


00:12:05 – K-State Legacy Sale: K-State’s Shane Werk and Chris Mullinix continue the show with Jacob Klaudt as they discuss the upcoming Legacy Cattle Sale. They talk about what people can see at the sale and who helps make the day come together.

Bull and Female Legacy Sale

Shane Werk - 785-565-1881


00:23:05 – Being Ready for Flies: Mike Brouk, K-State dairy specialist, finishes today’s show by encouraging dairy farmers to begin planning now for the upcoming fly season – which can negatively impact herd health and milk production.



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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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