May 11, 2020
• The weekly cattle market update
• Managing current field crop insects
• A special K-State webinar on beef industry concerns will take place this Thursday, May 14th FREE REGISTRATION!
• Kansas 4-H Discovery Days will be a virtual experience in 2020…
00:01:30 – Cattle Market Update: Livestock economist Lee Schulz of Iowa State University provides this week's analysis of the cattle markets: he discusses last week's significant improvement in cattle prices, and comments on the progress in re-opening packing plants...he also looks at the prospects for hay and forage production this year, which appear to be working in favor of cattle producers.
00:12:56 – Managing Crop Insects: K-State crop entomologist Jeff Whitworth offers his latest advice on managing insect infestations in field crops: he focuses this time on aphids in wheat, weevils in alfalfa at first cutting, and leaf beetles in soybeans...and the need for treatment in each case.
00:24:22 – K-State Beef Webinar May 14th : K-State beef systems specialist Justin Waggoner has the details on a special K-State webinar taking place this Thursday, May 14th, "Troubleshooting Uncertain Times in the Beef Industry", featuring several K-State specialists on cattle nutritional management strategies amidst the issues created by the coronavirus situation. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS FREE WEBINAR!
00:32:30 – Nurturing Areas of Interest: K-State 4-H specialist Shane Potter talks about the 4-H Discovery Days that K-State will host virtually later this month.
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