- Direct Marketing Beef
- Agritourism Liability Laws
- Stop, Look and Listen
00:01:08—Direct Marketing Beef–Meat scientist Travis O’Quinn and agricultural economist Gregg Ibendahl of K-State talk about their new USDA-funded project aimed at assisting cattle producers who are interested in direct-marketing beef to consumers…they discuss the benefits, challenges and misperceptions associated with a direct marketing enterprise, and outline the consultation service this project will offer
00:12:09—Agritourism Liability Laws–Agricultural law and taxation professor Roger McEowen of the Washburn University School of Law looks at the principles of agritourism laws which provide liability relief for producers interested in opening their operations to the public for such activities…he points out that such laws vary from state to state, and that producers interested in starting an agritourism venture need to be well acquainted with the statues in their location
00:23:07—Stop, Look and Listen–K-State’s Gus van der Hoeven presents “Stop, Look and Listen”, his weekly commentary on life in rural Kansas
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