- Latest Feedlot Marketing Data
- Advice for Knowing Your Online Audience
- Walk-In Fishing Access in Kansas
00:01:05 – Latest Feedlot Marketing Data: We begin this week’s programming with our cattle market update from Iowa State University livestock economist, Lee Schulz. Lee shares insight on the sideways trade that we have seen lately, and breaks down the feedlot marketing data from the lastest Cattle on Feed Report from the USDA.
00:12:07 – Advice for Knowing Your Online Audience: You may know Brandi Buzzard from her active presence online sharing information about beef cattle. She’s become well known as a trusted source of information regarding beef from pasture to plate, and she joins us today to share insight on understanding your audience when sharing agricultural information online.
Brandi’s website – Buzzard’s Beat
00:23:04 – Walk-In Fishing Access in Kansas: We end with this week’s wildlife segment where K-State aquatics and fisheries specialist, Joe Gerken, shares information on Walk-In Fishing Access (WIFA) areas in Kansas. He shares that privately-owned ponds or streams can be entered into this program with the Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks with benefits for both landowners and those looking to find public fishing opportunities.
More information on Walk-In Fishing Access areas
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