Jun 23, 2020
• A feed ration may slow the growth of finishing pigs
• Nutrient management for grain sorghum
• A wheat harvest update, and the latest “Milk Lines”
• A promising method to reduce deer-vehicle collisions …
00:01:30 – Slowing Pig Growth: K-State swine specialists Mike Tokach and Joel DeRouchey talk about a new K-State feeding trial aimed at slowing the growth of finishing pigs to prevent backlogs of market-ready hogs, such as occurred with the packing plant shutdowns this spring because of the pandemic...they identified a "holding" ration that serves the purpose.
00:12:56 – Nutrient Management for Grain Sorghum: K-State crop nutrient specialist Dorivar Ruiz-Diaz looks at in-season nutrient management for grain sorghum...with the emphasis on side-dressing nitrogen, and in some cases, making a foliar application of iron to sorghum stands growing on high pH soils.
00:24:07 – Wheat Harvest Report: Today' wheat harvest update features Extension agricultural agent Kelsey Nordyke of Cowley County; also, this week's edition of "Milk Lines."
00:32:27 – Reducing Deer—Vehicle Collisions: K-State wildlife specialist Charlie Lee reviews a new study on reducing deer-vehicle collisions by way of a localized "sharpshooting" program.
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