- Cattle Market Predictions
- K-State April Statewide Update
- COVID and White-tailed Deer
00:01:16 – Cattle Market Predictions: Today’s show begins with Oklahoma State Livestock Economist, Derrell Peel updating us on current cattle market conditions. He covers the latest on fed and feeder cattle markets, and ends with insight on current demand and a prediction on where he anticipates prices may go.
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00:12:19 – K-State April Statewide Update: We continue today’s show with a Statewide update from K-State’s College of Agriculture, Dean Ernie Minton. Story topics include hypertension awareness, early fungicide treatments for Kansas wheat, prepping the future of animal science leadership and National Volunteer week with Kansas 4-H.
00:23:07 – COVID and White-tailed Deer: K-State wildlife specialist Drew Ricketts rounds out today’s show by discussing a connection between white tail deer and COVID-19.
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