- Cattle Market Update and USDA Reports
- Global Collaboration on Sorghum and Millet
- Wild Hogs
00:01:05 – Cattle Market Update and USDA Reports: Starting this week’s shows is Iowa State University livestock economist, Lee Schulz with a cattle market update. Lee shares information about USDA’s cattle on feed and cold storage reports.
00:12:05 – Global Collaboration on Soghum and Millet: Nat Bascom, director of engagement and leadership for the Global Collaboration on Sorghum and Millet, continues today’s show. He discusses how this collaboration will benefit sorghum and millet around the globe.
00:23:05 – Wild Hogs: Finishing today’s show is K-State wildlife specialist Drew Ricketts with information about wild hogs. He says Kansas is often seen as a model state when it comes to wild hog management.
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