- Differing Corn and Soybean Estimates from USDA WASDE and Argentina
- Midway District Wheat Update and Rainbow Meadows
- Abnormally High Temperatures and a Chance for Precipitation in Kansas
00:01:06 – Differing Corn and Soybean Estimates from USDA WASDE and Argentina: Dan O’Brien begins today’s show with a grain market update where he covers the uncertainty of the current wheat market, and the discrepancy between the latest USDA WASDE Report estimates and Argentinian estimates for corn and soybeans.
00:12:16 – Midway District Wheat Update and Rainbow Meadows: Today we continue our local wheat updates with crop production agent for the Midway Extension District, Craig Dinkel. He explains that the last precipitation received in his area was six months ago and that the current wheat crops continues to be greatly affected.
We also hear from Ron Wilson from the Huck Boyd National Institiute for Rural Development here at K-State. In this Kansas Profile, Ron highlights the passion driven horse non-profit, Rainbow Meadows.
00:23:08 – Abnormally High Temperatures and a Chance for Precipitation in Kansas: This week’s programming ends with an agricultural weather report from K-State meteorologist, Chip Redmond. Chip shares insight on the abnormally high temperature we have been experiencing as of late and the slight chance for much needed precipitation in the week or so ahead.
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