- International and Domestic Grain Market, Part 1
- International and Domestic Grain Market, Part 2
- Recent Rain in Parts of Kansas
00:01:05 – International and Domestic Grain Market, Part 1: Beginning today’s show is K-State grain economist Dan O’Brien and senior economist with the International Grains Program Guy Allen as they discuss domestic and international grain markets with the recent release of the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates from the USDA.
00:12:05 – International and Domestic Grain Market, Part 2: Dan O’Brien and Guy Allen continue the show and conversation about the recent WASDE report. Guy also covers the U.S. dollar index and international freight market.
00:23:07 – Recent Rain in Parts of Kansas: Finishing this week’s shows is K-State meteorologist Chip Redmond with a weather update. This past week parts of Kansas got substantial rain, however certain places got hail with their precipitation.
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