- Direct Farm Ownership with the Kansas FSA
- Eastern Kansas Grazing Schools
- Separating First Calf Heifers from Cows
00:01:08 – Direct Farm Ownership with the Kansas FSA: Today’s show begins with a Kansas Farm Service Agency update focusing on the FSA’s direct farm ownership program. Farm loan chief with the Kansas FSA, Josh Ridders, shares information on how the program works, eligibility considerations, and the ability to work with both the FSA and a commercial lender for financing.
00:12:20 – Eastern Kansas Grazing Schools: This year’s Eastern Kansas Grazing Schools will be taking place on April 21st and 22nd as well as May 5th and 6th. Joining us to provide details on these amazing programs are K-State Extension agents Chad Guthrie and Katelyn Barthol, as well as K-State southeastern area agronomist Bruno Pedreira.
00:23:06 – Separating First Calf Heifers from Cows: We end this Wednesday’s programming as we always do with this week’s Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. This week K-State experts Brad White, Phillip Lancaster, and Bob Larson answer a listener’s question on separating first calf heifers from cows and when they believe is the best time to bring those two groups together again.
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