- Biosecurity and Rural Broadband
- Limited Forages
- Pests in Home Landscapes
00:01:05 – Biosecurity and Rural Broadband: Beginning today’s show is Justin Smith, Kansas animal health commissioner, with important factors for people to consider when thinking about biosecurity. We are also joined by USDA’s Gary Crawford and Tom Vilsack with information about USDA’s rural broadband projects.
00:12:06 – Limited Forages: Next in the show is K-State Extension cow-calf specialist Jason Warner, he discusses what producers should consider if they are going to feed with limited forages. This could be an alternative feeding method due to current conditions.
00:23:04 – Pests in Home Landscapes: K-State horticultural entomologist Raymond Cloyd ends today’s show with an update on several insect pests that are active in home landscapes, including bagworms and the elm leaf beetle.
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