Sep 10, 2020
• Byproducts from industrial hemp production as a potential feedstuff for cattle
• A preview of the 2020 K-State Beef Stocker Field Day
• Agricultural news, and the Kansas soybean update
• Fall planting of landscape trees…
00:01:30 – Hemp Byproducts as Cattle Feed: K-State veterinarians Hans Coetzee and Mike Kleinhenz talk about their ongoing studies of byproducts from industrial hemp production as a potential feedstuff for cattle: their research team just received a major grant from the USDA to evaluate the amount of residual cannabinoid in beef from hemp-fed cattle, to determine if this otherwise-nutritional feedstuff is safe for use.
00:12:57 – K-State Beef Stocker Field Day: K-State beef cattle specialist Dale Blasi previews the 2020 K-State Beef Stocker Field Day, which will be an on-line educational event taking place on Thursday, October 1st...and he discusses the topic he'll be addressing during that field day: the limit-feeding approach to backgrounding beef calves, and the efficiencies it can achieve for producers.
00:24:15 – Ag News: Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines, including this week’s Kansas soybean update.
00:32:20 – Planting Landscape Trees: K-State ornamental horticulturist Jason Griffin talks about planting landscape trees in the fall, encouraging homeowners to consider planting well-adapted new cultivars now available at local nurseries.
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