- Sackett v. EPA
- Crops After Early Terminated Wheat
- BCI: Checking Calf Efficiency
00:01:06 – Sackett v. EPA: Starting this Wednesday’s show is Roger McEowen, K-State and Washburn law professor, with information from the Sackett v. EPA case. The Supreme Court ruling has many significant impacts for agriculture and water in the U.S.
00:12:05 – Crops After Early Terminated Wheat: K-State farm systems specialist Ignacio Ciampitti continues the show discussing what producers could do if they have early terminated wheat fields this year.
00:23:05 – BCI: Checking Calf Efficiency: Today’s show ends with the K-State Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. Brad White, Phillip Lancaster and Bob Weaber talk about the best way to assess calf efficiency in a herd.
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