- Cattle Market Update for This Week
- Planting Considerations for Corn in 2023
- Potential for Rain on the Radar
00:01:10 – Cattle Market Update for This Week: We begin this week’s programming with our cattle market update. This week we are joined by Iowa State University livestock economist Lee Schulz. He shares that the markets took somewhat of a breathing period after several weeks of strong movement. He also highlights two recently released USDA reports – April’s Cattle on Feed and the 2022 Livestock Slaughter Annual Summary.
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00:12:03 – Planting Considerations for Corn in 2023: The show continues with K-State farm systems specialist Ignacio Ciampitti. Ignacio shared insight on soybean planting considerations last week and joins us today to highlight this year’s corn crop. The K-State specialist emphasizes again the lack of water in our soils and the importance of adjusting seeding rates.
00:23:05 – Forest Rehabilitation: For our wildlife segment this week we are joined by K-State wildlife specialist, Drew Ricketts. Drew ends today’s show by discuss management strategies for forest rehabilitation.
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