- Farm Policy in the 2000s
- New Mesonet Tools for Producers
- Milk in School and Ice Cream
00:01:05 – Farm Policy in the 2000s: Jenny Ifft, K-State agriculture policy specialist, begins today’s show with information about agriculture policy and the food and farm bill in the 2000s.
00:12:05 – New Mesonet Tools for Producers: Continuing the show is Kansas State University’s Chip Redmond, A.J. Tarpoff and Jonathan Aguilar as they talk about the evapotranspiration and animal comfort forecasting tools which are new on the Mesonet for producers to use.
00:23:05 – Milk in Schools and Ice Cream: Finishing today’s show is K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk as he covers the topics of reducing added sugars in flavored milks for the school lunch program and National Ice Cream Day.
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Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Shelby Varner and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.
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