- Cattle Market Report and Retail Meat Prices
- Australian Visiting Scholar Experiences Kansas
- Differing Perceptions of Game Bird Production
00:01:00 – Cattle Market Report and Retail Meat Prices: Katelyn McCullock, director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, begins today’s show with a cattle market update. She reviews retail meat prices and the recent consumer price index.
00:12:00 – Australian Visiting Scholar Experiences Kansas: The show continues with Rebecca George, visiting scholar from Australia, and Dan Moser, associate dean in the College of Agriculture, as they discuss Rebecca’s time at K-State. She got to experience and learn about Kansas and the Midwest, as K-State students also got to learn about her home.
00:23:00 – Differing Perceptions of Game Bird Production: Monday’s show finishes with Drew Ricketts, K-State wildlife specialist, as he discusses landowners versus biologist’s perceptions of game bird production.
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