- The Swampbuster Act
- Learn More About Wheat
- Are Knowing Birth Weights Important?
00:01:07 – The Swampbuster Act, Then and Now: Roger McEowen, K-State and Washburn law professor, starts today’s show with an ag law update. He discusses the Swampbuster Act, Grassley Amendment and the Foster Case.
00:12:05 – Events to Learn More About Wheat: The show continues with Romulo Lollato, K-State wheat production specialist, as he explains upcoming events where attendees have the opportunity to learn about wheat. The K-State Wheat Plot Tours, Wheat Rx and In-Depth Wheat Diagnostic School at K-State are all currently taking place or are very soon.
00:23:05 – Are Knowing Birth Weights Important?: The Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts round out today’s show with a conversation about the value of birth weights.
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