- A Tickborne Disease Can Cause Bovine Infectious Anemia
- A 2022 Kansas Wheat Harvest Update
- Keeping Raccoons Away from Sweet Corn
00:01:00 – A Tickborne Disease Can Cause Bovine Infectious Anemia: K-State veterinarian Gregg Hanzlicek discusses Theileria, an emerging bovine blood-borne disease transmitted through a species of tick that’s new to our region
00:12:00 – A 2022 Kansas Wheat Harvest Update: Two K-State county agents, James Coover and Justin Goodno, provide this week’s 2022 wheat harvest update and insight into what they have seen in their own counties so far this harvest season
00:23:00 – Keeping Raccoons Away from Sweet Corn: On the second horticulture segment of the week, K-State horticulturist Word Upham covers raccoons in sweet corn and how to prevent them from wiping out an entire crop in the home garden this season
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