- Waiting for Harvest in the Grain Markets
- Celebrating Beef Month
- Improvement in the Drought Monitor
00:01:07 – Waiting for Harvest in the Grain Markets: The show begins with Dan O’Brien, K-State grain economist with a grain market update. He says there are some differences in bushels per acre predictions but we will have to wait until combines get into the fields to know.
00:12:05 – Celebrating Beef Month: Travis O’Quinn, K-State meat scientist, and A.J. Tarpoff, K-State beef veterinarian continue today’s show by discussing how the beef industry has evolved in past years. Consumer preferences and how cattle are cared for continue to adapt.
00:23:05 – Improvement in the Drought Monitor: Concluding this week’s programming is K-State meteorologist Chip Redmond with his weekly weather update. He says the drought monitor in Kansas is showing some improvement because of recent rain.
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