- Kansas FSA Fast Approaching Deadlines
- Biological Control Agents
- Culling Cattle with a Small Herd
00:01:05 — Kansas FSA Fast Approaching Deadlines: Joining us from the Kansas Farm Service Agency is farm program chief, Todd Barrows. He shares fast approaching deadlines for Acreage Reporting and ARC-PLC, as well as all the information the Kansas FSA currently has on new ERP Phase 2 and PARP programming set begin in the new year.
00:12:08 — Biological Control Agents: K-State Research and Extension horticultural entomologist, Raymond Cloyd, is on a mission to share more information on the helpful role that beneficial insects can play. He provides information on the Rove Beetle and more that can serve as biological control agents.
00:23:04 —Culling Cattle with a Small Herd: We end this Wednesday’s programming with our weekly Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. This week K-State experts Brad White, Bob Larson, and Phillip Lancaster answer a listener’s question on how to best cull a small herd with conformation issues.
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