- Stability in the Cattle Markets and Food Demand for Football
- Should Failed Corn and Soybeans Be Baled?
- Antler Point Restrictions for Deer Hunting
00:01:00 – Stability in the Cattle Markets and Food Demand for Football: In this week’s cattle market report, K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor shares pertinent information on stability in the cash and futures markets, and an interesting food service demand for the month of August that might have potentially been influenced by college football
00:12:00 – Should Failed Corn and Soybeans Be Baled?: The phones have been ringing off the hook with producer questions regarding baling failed crops – Ignacio Ciampitti, K-State farm systems specialist, provides valuable insight on the many tradeoffs of baling in the case of corn and soybeans
00:23:00 – Antler Point Restrictions for Deer Hunting: In this week’s wildlife management segment, K-State wildlife Extension specialist Drew Ricketts discusses antler point restrictions for deer hunting and shares a public service announcement on positive attitudes this hunting season
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