- Update on ARC-PLC and Responding to Disease Outbreaks
- A Feed the World Award and Preserving Historical Prints
- BCI’s Ask the Experts: Sustainability in Beef Cattle Production
00:01:00 – Update on ARC-PLC and Responding to Disease Outbreaks: Kansas Farm Service Agency ag programs specialist, Emily Evans, provides updates on ARC-PLC planning for 2023, non-insured crop programming, and payments for CRP and ARC-PLC for 2021 crops. During this segment we also share a recent clip from the Beef Cattle Institute’s Cattle Chats Podcast where Brad White, Bob Larson, and Dustin Pendell discuss responding to disease outbreaks with Kelli Almes, the associate coordinator of the National Animal Health Laboratory Network.
00:12:00 – A Feed the World Award and Preserving Historical Prints: K-State Entomology students Mollie Toth, Victoria Pickens, Hannah Quellhorst, Cameron Osborne, and Molly Edeburn discuss their experiences winning an award for the best innovative idea to feed the world and their efforts to raise money to refurbish and preserve prints from well-known entomologist C.V. Riley that date back to the late 1800s.
Help support these students by purchasing C.V. Riley prints and coloring books, which can be purchased at the following link:
Popenoe Entolmology Club website
Donate to help support the preserving of the C.V. Riley prints
00:23:00 – Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts: K-State experts Brad White, Phillip Lancaster, and Dustin Pendell answer a listener’s question on what sustainability means in beef cattle production.
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