- Strong Cattle Market
- Food Safety in Direct-to-Consumer Sales
- Summer Fish Kill
00:01:05 – Strong Cattle Market: Beginning this week’s shows is Derrell Peel, Oklahoma State University livestock economist, with a cattle market update. Beef supplies are tightening as beef production continues to decrease.
00:12:06 – Food Safety in Direct-to-Consumer Sales: Londa Nwadike, K-State and University of Missouri Extension food safety specialist, discusses food safety as it relates to direct-to-consumer sales. There are many resources available to producers who are starting or continuing direct consumer sales.
00:23:05 – Summer Fish Kill: Finishing the show is K-State fisheries and aquatics Extension specialist, Joe Gerken, with information on why people could be seeing dead fish in their ponds. There are things people can do to increase oxygen in their pond for the fish.
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