Sep 14, 2020
• The weekly cattle market update
• Evaluating bull performance during this latest breeding season
• Facets of a successful pre-weaning conditioning program for beef calves
• This year’s Kansas 4-H Youth Leadership Forum…
00:01:30 – Cattle Market Update: Agricultural economist Tyler Cozzens of the Livestock Marketing Information Center is featured on this week's cattle market segment: in addition to commenting on the recent fed and feeder cattle price trends, he shares fresh information on post-Labor Day domestic beef demand, and draws from the LMIC's new outlook on meat demand for the remainder of the year.
00:12:58 – Evaluating Bull Performance: K-State beef reproduction specialist Sandy Johnson talks about evaluating the performance of bulls during this latest breeding season, saying that producers can gain a lot from reassessing not only individual bull breeding success, but one's bull power management as well.
00:24:02 – Pre-Weaning Conditioning for Beef Calves: From the latest Cattle Chat podcast out of the Beef Cattle Institute at K-State, a look at several facets of a successful pre-weaning conditioning program for beef calves...with comments from K-State veterinarians Bob Larson and Brad White, and K-State cow calf specialist Bob Weaber.
00:24:18 – Ag News: Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines.
00:32:26 – Kansas 4-H Youth Leadership Forum: K-State 4-H specialist Beth Hinshaw discusses the upcoming Kansas Youth Leadership Forum being held virtually in November.
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