- USDA Reports on Land Values and Beef Exports
- A Heads Up for Fall Armyworms
- Threats Against Monarch Butterflies and Sturgeon
00:01:00 – USDA Reports on Land Values and Beef Exports: Iowa State University livestock economist Lee Schulz covers two recent USDA reports. One deals with land values and the other with U.S. beef exports for the first half of the year
Farmland Values Decision Making Tool
00:12:00 – A Heads Up for Fall Armyworms: Anthony Zukoff, K-State Extension entomologist, provides information on a pest that nearly all producers should be wary of this fall – fall armyworms
00:23:00 – Threats Against Monarch Butterflies and Sturgeon: On this week’s wildlife management segment, K-State fisheries and aquatics specialist Joe Gerken covers the latest Red List and the current threats against Monarch Butterflies and all species of sturgeon
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