- Common Law Marriages in Kansas
- USDA Value-Added Producer Grants
- Hiring Farm Managers Internally or Extenerally
00:01:10 – Common Law Marriages in Kansas: We begin today’s show with insight on common law marriages in Kansas from K-State and Washburn University School of Law professor, Roger McEowen. Roger highlights several cases of common law marriages resulting in messy court situations with agricultural land, and the three things necessary to validate a common law marriage in Kansas.
00:12:08 – USDA Value-Added Producer Grants: Christy Davis, USDA Kansas state director for rural development, joins us to share information on the USDA’s Value-Added Producer Grants. The national grant program has a fast approaching deadline in May and was created to help agricultural producers enter into value-added markets which allow for the creation of new products and expansion opportunities.
00:23:07 – Hiring Farm Managers Internally or Extenerally: We end today’s show with this week’s Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. This week K-State experts Brad White, Dustin Pendell, and Bob Larson answer a listener’s question on hiring managers on the farm – should they consider hiring internally or externally?
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