- Grain Market Update
- September Statewide
- Agricultural Weather Report
00:01:04 — Grain Market Update : K-State grain economist, Dan O’Brien, joins us for this week’s grain market update. He shares information on how the current water levels of the Mississippi River might affect both the corn and soybean market and the potential for volatility in the wheat market due to two U SDA reports set to release this morning.
Dan’s weekly newsletter on AgManager.info
00:12:07 — September Statewide: We summarize current events at K-State’s College of Agriculture with Dean Ernie Minton for this month’s edition of Statewide. This month Dean Minton discuss a visit from NASA scientists, fundraising to support revitalizing infrastructure in the college, the importance of Extension in supporting public health efforts in Kansas, and so much more.
Henry C. Gardiner Global Food Systems Lecture to feature Land O’Lakes president and CEO
Kansas Ag Secretary visits Agriculture Today and hightlights hot topics
Extension supporting public health efforts in Kansas
President Linton hoping to raise $75 million in donations to help support K-State College of Ag infrastructure
Entomology students propose plastic as a food source for insects
00:23:05 — Agricultural Weather Report: K-State meteorologist, Chip Redmond, provides this week’s agricultural weather report. He says that while recent rain gave producers the opportunity to get some wheat in the ground, the outlooks are still quite dry.
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Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Samantha Bennett and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.
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