- Two Agricultural Case Rulings from the Kansas Court of Appeals
- A Look Back at the Long-Running Radio Series, Stop, Look and Listen
- The Final Stop, Look and Listen Episode
00:01:00 – Two Agricultural Case Rulings from the Kansas Court of Appeals: Agricultural law and tax professor Roger McEowen of the Washburn University School of Law discusses a pair of rulings recently rendered by the Kansas Court of Appeals: the first involves a dispute among family members over the instillation of a new irrigation system and whether it constitutes a land improvement when it came to divvying up the farm property…the second regarding a declared violation of show animal fitting rules that led the Kansas State Fair to strip the market lamb championship from a youth exhibitor
00:12:00 – A Look Back at the Long-Running Radio Series, Stop, Look and Listen: A visit with retired K-State landscape and environmental horticulturist Gus van der Hoeven about his radio series on life in rural Kansas, “Stop, Look and Listen”, which concludes its 45-year run today: its origins and its mission to foster a greater appreciation of the sights and sounds of this state
00:23:00 – Stop, Look and Listen: K-State’s Gus van Der Hoeven provides his final commentary on life in rural Kansas.
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