- ”Virtual” Fence Lines for Managing Cattle
- An Update on Crop Disaster Assistance
- Creating “Black Gold” for the Garden
00:01:00 – ”Virtual” Fence Lines for Managing Cattle: K-State associate professor and researcher in the Division of Biology, Alice Boyle gives insight on her and Walter Dobbs’ latest research study looking at utilizing “virtual” fence lines as a way to both manage cattle and potentially conserve the tallgrass prairie
00:12:00 – An Update on Crop Disaster Assistance: Todd Barrows, Chief Farm Program Specialist with the Kansas Farm Service Agency, covers what producers need to know about the crop disaster assistance program – an emergency relief program to help with production losses suffered during the 2020 and 2021 calendar year
00:23:00 – Creating “Black Gold” for the Garden: In the first of two horticulture segments this week, K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent for Johnson County, Dennis Patton, discusses what goes into building a good pile
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