- FSA Payments and Programming Updates
- Ovulation Synchronization 7&7 Protocol
- BCI’s Ask the Experts: Managing Hypothermic Calves
00:01:00 – FSA Payments and Programming Updates: Todd Barrows from the Kansas Farm Service Agency joins us for an FSA update where he shares information on the recently announced TOP UP payments under CFAP 2, new information on ERP Phase 2 and PARP programming, and other important signup dates for producers to keep in mind.
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00:12:00 – Ovulation Synchronization 7&7 Protocol: A new ovulation synchronization protocol has been gaining the attention of some, and K-State beef reproductive specialist, Sandy Johnson, shares insight on the practice being referred to as 7 & 7 synch protocol.
Sandy’s latest Beef Tips article on 7 & 7 Synch Protocol
Beef Reproductive Task Force website with protocol list
00:23:00 – Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts: K-State experts Brad White, Brian Lubbers, and AJ Tarpoff answer a listener’s question on the best ways to manage a hypothermic calf this winter.
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