- Current Grain Markets Might Effect Planting
- Planning for Cow-Calf Mineral Supplementation
- Kansas Agricultural Weather Report
00:01:09 – Current Grain Markets Might Effect Planting: K-State grain economist, Dan O’Brien, joins us today to provide commentary for this week’s grain market update. Dan gives an overview on some of the latest data we have received from the USDA and the interesting dynamics currently playing out for corn, soybeans, and sorghum locally.
00:12:20 – Planning for Cow-Calf Mineral Supplementation: Today’s show continues with advice on mineral supplementation planning from K-State cow-calf Extension specialist, Jason Warner. He shares that now is a great time to evaluate the success of last year’s plan and adjust accordingly.
00:23:08 – Kansas Agricultural Weather Report: This week’s programming concludes with an agricultural weather report provided by K-State meteorologist, Chip Redmond. Chip highlights the warm and windy conditions experienced by most of the state this week, rapidly rising soil temperatures, and the slight chance for precipitation in the week ahead.
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