- Movement in the Cattle Market
- Food Safety in the Field and Hog Report
- Urban Areas with Foxes and Coyotes
00:01:05 – Movement in the Cattle Market: Starting today’s show is Katelyn McCullock, director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, with a cattle market update. She also discusses an acreage report on corn and cow slaughter numbers.
00:12:05 – Food Safety in the Field and Hog Report: The show continues with Karen Blakeslee, K-State Extension associate in food science, with food safety considerations when taking food to the field. We are also joined by USDA’s Gary Crawford and Shayle Shagam as they discuss the latest hogs and pigs report.
00:23:05 – Urban Areas with Foxes and Coyotes: Drew Ricketts, K-State wildlife specialist concludes today’s show by sharing information about red foxes and coyotes in urban areas.
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