- Upcoming Deadlines for Several Farm Service Agency Programs
- Extension is Working to Help Producers Adapt to Water Challenges Facing Kansas
- RFID – Is it Worth the Investment for Cattle Producers?
00:01:13 — Upcoming Deadlines for Several Farm Service Agency Programs: Kansas Farm Service Agency state executive director, Dennis McKinney, has infromation on upcoming deadlines for programs such as ARC-PLC and the Migratory Waterfowl CRP.
00:12:09 — Extension is Working to Help Producers Adapt to Water Challenges Facing Kansas: Water has been the headline as of late and because of the importance of this topic Agriculture Today will be sharing several segments in the weeks ahead focusing on different areas of water use, efficiencies, and impacts for western portions of the state. Susan Metzger, associate director for agriculture and Extension at K-State and the director of KCARE, joins us to preview the conversations to come and to talk about the unique resources available through KSRE and KCARE.
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00:23:02 — RFID – Is it Worth the Investment for Cattle Producers?: We end with the Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. This week experts Brad White, Dustin Pendell, and Phillip Lancaster answer a listener’s question on RFID – is it actually worth the investment?
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