- Cattle Market and Meat Demand Monitor
- Livestock and High Temperatures at Fairs
- Blue-Green Algae
00:01:05 – Cattle Market and Meat Demand Monitor: K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor begins today’s show with a cattle market update. He talks about feedlot returns and the meat demand monitor.
00:12:05 – Livestock and High Temperatures at Fairs: Continuing the show is Bob Larson, K-State professor of production medicine in the college of veterinary medicine, discussing livestock care as people are hauling their animals to fairs. He says water, air movement and shade are important to remember when it comes to the heat.
00:23:05 – Blue-Green Algae: Joe Gerken, K-State fisheries and aquatics Extension specialist, rounds out today’s show with information about blue-green algae. He reviews how to identify and test it and the concerns that come from blue-green algae.
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