- What’s Happening in the Grain Futures Market
- Tips for Managing Arthritis While Farming
- Kansas Profile with Ron Wilson
00:01:00 – What’s Happening in the Grain Futures Market: K-State grain market economist, Dan O’Brien, covers this week’s grain market update and explains the recent changes in grain market futures
00:12:00 – Tips for Managing Arthritis While Farming: Tawnie Larson is the project coordinator for the Kansas AgrAbility Project, and she shares with listeners best practices when it comes to farming with arthritis
Tawnie’s email – email@example.com
Additional KSRE resources of note – Safety Tips for Farming with Arthritis and Safety Tips for Farming with a Back Injury or Back Problem
00:23:00 – Kansas Profile with Ron Wilson: K-State meteorologist Chip Redmond is unavailable this week. Ron Wilson, director of the Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development at K-State, steps in to cover with a recent episode of Kansas Profile about an entrepreneur who has launched an integrated Wagyu beef operation.
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