- Current Cattle Concerns
- The Gardiner Legacy Continues Through K-State Lecture Series
- Milk Lines
00:01:27 — Current Cattle Concerns : K-State beef veterinarian, AJ Tarpoff, joins us to address current cattle concerns across Kansas including maintaining the quantity and quality of water that our livestock receive, low forage availability, and preparing for spring calving now.
KSU Beef Forage and Management Meetings Information
00:12:02 — The Gardiner Legacy Continues Through K-State Lecture Series: Mark Gardiner of the Gardiner Angus Ranch in Ashland, Kansas, joins us to share insight into the history of the Henry C. Gardiner Global Food Systems Lecture series. He shares that the series honors the legacy of his late father’s ideals, his family’s deep and long running connection to K-State, as well as the significance of the speakers that have been a part of the series over the years.
More on the Henry C. Gardiner Lecture Series
00:23:05 — Milk Lines: We end with this week’s Milk Lines where K-State dairy specialist, Mike Brouk, looks at current trends in fluid milk sales and discusses ways producers can adapt to meet consumer demand.
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