- Market Analysis for Two Recent Cattle Reports
- Managing Fly Control and Monitoring for Pink Eye
- Benefits Provided by Aquatic Bugs
00:01:00 – Market Analysis for Two Recent Cattle Reports: Oklahoma State University livestock economist, Derrell Peel, provides insight on the latest cattle on feed report and the semi-annual cattle inventory report
00:12:00 – Managing Fly Control and Monitoring for Pink Eye: K-State beef veterinarian AJ Tarpoff reminds cattle producers of the importance of diversifying fly control methods this time of year, as well as being on the lookout for pink eye within herds on pasture
00:23:00 – Benefits Provided by Aquatic Bugs: On this week’s wildlife management segment, K-State fisheries and aquatics specialist, Joe Gerken, discusses the life cycle and benefits of aquatic bugs
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