- Tracking Replacement Heifer Data
- An Innovation Farm Workshop
- How to Place Structures in Ponds
00:01:00 – Tracking Replacement Heifer Data: Lee Schulz, livestock economist from Iowa State University, leads this week’s cattle market update with information on exactly where we stand in the cattle inventory cycle and how to best track replacement heifer data during this time.
00:12:00 – An Innovation Farm Workshop: An upcoming event, the Flickner Innovation Farm Workshop on January 12th, includes research updates on the work at Flickner Innovation Farm with various experts, as well as a visit from NASA scientist, Brad Doorne. K-State watershed specialist, Ron Graber, and farm owner and operator, Ray Flickner, preview the free workshop.
00:23:00 – How to Place Structures in Ponds: Now is a good time for pond owners to consider placing structures. K-State fisheries and aquatics specialist, Joe Gerken, offers tips for doing that safely.
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