- Selling in the Wholesale Market
- Estimating Corn Yield Potential
- Milk Lines
00:01:08—Selling in the Wholesale Market— Cary Rivard, K-State Extension specialist and center director of the Olathe Horticulture Research and Extension Center, provides insight into the wholesale market and planning considerations for producers looking to sell in those markets
00:12:15 —Estimating Corn Yield Potential— K-State digital agronomy postdoctor al fellow, Adrian Correndo, shares information on how to use the yield component method for estimating corn yield potential
00:23:06—Milk Lines — We end with this week’s Milk Lines from Mike Brouk who shares information about the Kansas All Breeds Junior Dairy show in Salina, Kansas
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