- Grain Market Report: Annual Outlook Forum
- A Demand for Higher Quality Proteins in Wheat
- Kansas Agricultural Weather: Cooler Temperatures Expected
00:01:00 – Grain Market Report: Annual Outlook Forum: K-State grain economist Dan O’Brien says most markets took a hit this past week and recaps what he took away from the USDA’s 99th Annual Outlook Forum.
00:12:00 – A Demand for Higher Quality Proteins in Wheat: As demand in the wheat industry continues to evolve over time, producers might begin to think about their production goals differently. K-State wheat specialist, Romulo Lollato, offers insight on the demand for higher quality proteins in wheat as opposed to just yields in industry. He also covers the upcoming Wheat Rx programs that will feature industry experts speaking on multiple timely topics for Kansas wheat producers.
Wheat Rx | Kansas Wheat (kswheat.com)
00:23:00 – Kansas Agricultural Weather: K-State meteorologist Chip Redmond highlights the severe weather experienced by some parts of the state this past week, the anticipated cooler temperatures for March, and the potential for frost damage in areas where plants have already started to green up.
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