- Soft Grain Markets
- Black Sea Region Update
- Change in the Weather Pattern
00:01:05 – Soft Grain Markets: The show begins with K-State grain economist, Dan O’Brien, with the weekly grain market update. He discusses weather and crop conditions impact on the market and what he expects in the upcoming WASDE report from the USDA.
00:12:06 – Black Sea Region Update: Continuing the show is K-State associate in the Department of Agricultural Economics Antonina Broyaka, she provides an update on the Black Sea region. A recent Russian attack has created more difficulties for Ukraine.
00:23:06 – Change in the Weather Pattern: Chip Redmond, K-State meteorologist, finishes this week’s programs with a hopeful weather update. Kansas has seen drought monitor improvements and can expect a shift in the weather pattern.
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