- Cattle Market Update
- Research on Native Grasslands Recovery from Wildfires
- Upcoming Winter Ranch Management Seminar Series
00:01:00 – Cattle Market Update: Livestock economist Lee Schulz of Iowa State University goes over the numbers from the USDA’s latest cattle-on-feed report, and shares his expectations on the USDA’s cattle inventory report coming out a week from today…he also offers a different take on the perception of beef “shortages” at the retail meat case
00:12:00 – Research on Native Grasslands Recovery from Wildfires: K-State range scientist Keith Harmoney looks at the capability of native grasslands to recover from wildfires, such as those which afflicted parts of central and western Kansas last month…he has studied that over the last few years following a wildfire that hit a range research site managed by K-State’s Agricultural Research Center at Hays back in 2017
00:23:00 – K-State Winter Ranch Management Seminar Series: On this week’s agricultural events segment, K-State beef cattle specialist Dale Blasi previews the upcoming K-State Winter Ranch Management Seminar Series being held in February at four sites around Kansas
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