- FSA CRP Emergency Grazing, Committee Elections, and Mental Health Reminders
- ASI’s Family and Friends Reunion
- BCI’s Ask the Experts
00:01:10 —FSA CRP Emergency Grazing, Committee Elections, and Mental Health Reminders: We are joined this week by Kansas Farm Service Agency state executive director, Dennis McKinney. He shares an update on expansion of emergency grazing with the CRP program, upcoming committee elections, and a reminder on the importance of mental health for producers.
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00:12:09 — ASI’s Family and Friends Reunion: Discussing this year’s upcoming K-State Animal Sciences and Industry Family and Friends Reunion is professor emeritus, Dave Nichols, and K-State reunion committee member, Justin Janssen. Dr. Nichols shares how honored he is to be receiving the Don L. Good Impact Award and Dr. Janssen shares all of the family fun in store for those who attend.
00:23:03 — BCI’s Ask the Experts: We end with this week’s Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Expert, where experts Brad White, Bob Larson, and Phillip Lancaster address a listener’s question on how best to put weight on a bull ahead of breeding in the spring.
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