- QTIP Trusts Help with Succession Planning
- Summer 4-H STEM Program and 2023 Spring Crops Field Day
- BCI Experts Debate Fly Control Methods
00:01:08 – QTIP Trusts Help with Succession Planning: K-State and Washburn University School of Law professor, Roger McEowen, begins today’s show with an agricultural law update. Today he discusses Qualified Terminable Interest Property (QTIP) Trusts. He explains how these trusts can be utilized in cases where individuals have children from a previous marriage.
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00:12:10 – Summer 4-H STEM Program and 2023 Spring Crops Field Day: We continue today’s show with the program coordinator for Kansas 4-H, Amy Collins. Today Amy highlights a multi-week summer 4-H program with the aim of keeping children engaged in the STEM classroom.
We also hear from K-State southeastern area agronomist Bruno Pedreira. He shares information on the upcoming 2023 Spring Crops Field day which is taking place on Tuesday May 23 at the Southeast Research and Extension Center.
00:23:04 – BCI Experts Debate Fly Control Methods: Today’s show ends with this week’s Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. This week K-State experts Brad White, Brian Lubbers, and Bob Larson answer a listener’s question on the best options for fly control.
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