- Drought Relief Programs with the Kansas FSA
- Program Aims to Solve Producer Problems with Material Science
- Modified Lives Versus Killed Vaccines with BCI’s Ask the Experts
00:01:05 – Drought Relief Programs with the Kansas FSA: Kansas Farm Service Agency state director, Dennis McKinney, begins today’s show with a FSA update where he shares information on Grassland CRP, the triggering of the Livestock Forage Disaster Program (LFP) for areas of the state, and a deadline extension for the Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm-raised Fish Program (ELAP).
00:12:10 – Program Aims to Solve Producer Problems with Material Science: We continue today’s show with information on Farmers Accelerating Research in Material Science, otherwise known as FARMS. Tim Dawsey, director for the National Insitute for Materials Advancement at Pittsburg State University, shares with us information on the creation of this multi-university program that connects scientists with farmers and ranchers in order to create solutions for their biggest day-to-day challenges.
00:23:04 – Modified Lives Versus Killed Vaccines with BCI’s Ask the Experts: We conclude today’s show with this week’s Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. This week K-State experts Brad White, Brian Lubbers, and Bob Larson answer listener’s question on understanding the differences between modified live and killed vaccines.
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