- Price Increases in the Cattle Markets
- One of a Kind Internship Opportunity with BioKansas and NBAF
- Frogs in Kansas
00:01:04 – Price Increases in the Cattle Markets: Iowa State University livestock economist, Lee Schulz, begins today’s show with the latest information for this week’s cattle market update. He shares insight on the price increases seen in the market during the later half of last week and provides information on the USDA’s new Cattle Contracts Library resource.
00:12:18 – One of a Kind Internship Opportunity with BioKansas and NBAF: Today we also discuss an exciting new internship program for students with the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) and BioKansas. BioKansas president and CEO, Sonia Hall, and NBAF communications director, Katie Pawlosky, share information on the opportunities for underrepresented groups in STEM through this program. Internship focus areas available include animal science, cybersecurity, communications, physics, veterinary medicine and more.
00:23:13 – Frogs in Kansas: We end today’s show with K-State fisheries and aquatics specialist Joe Gerken discussing frogs and toads in Kansas. He shares that 22 species span the state and the roles that they can play in our ponds.
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