- Agricultural Law Update: Foreign Ownership and WOTUS
- Partnership for a Canola and Soybean Crushing Plant
- BCI’s Ask the Experts: Castrating Versus Branding Calves
00:01:00 – Agricultural Law Update: Foreign Ownership and WOTUS: We begin today’s show with Roger McEowen, K-State and Washburn University Law professor, with an agricultural law update. He discusses foreign ownership of agricultural land, Waters of the United States and fines and liabilities that producers could be concerned about if their work creates smoke or dust across a road.
00:12:00 – Partnership for a Canola and Soybean Crushing Plant: Mike Stamm, K-State canola breeder, and Ed Prosser, Scoular’s senior vice president of emerging businesses, continues today’s show with information on the partnership between Scoular and K-State for a canola and soybean crushing plant in Goodland, Kansas.
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00:23:00 – Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts: Concluding today’s show is the Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. Brad White, Bob Larson and Brian Lubbers review castrating versus banding calves.
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