- Emoji Makes Contract Enforceable
- K-State Quarter-Scale Tractor Team
- Picking a Bull to Reduce Calving Problems
00:01:05 – Emoji Makes Contract Enforceable: Starting today’s show is Roger McEowen, K-State and Washburn law professor, with information about a recent case involving a Canadian farmer agreeing to a contract with a thumbs-up emoji.
00:12:05 – K-State Quarter-Scale Tractor Team: Helwig Farms quarter-scale tractor team advisors, Ed Brokesh and Ryan Zecha, and team members, Taylor Schroeder and Joseph Kueker, continue the show to discuss their recent success at an international quarter-scale tractor competition.
00:23:05 – Picking a Bull to Reduce Calving Problems: Completing today’s show is K-State’s Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. This week’s experts Brad White, Brian Lubbers and Megan Rolf hold a conversation about picking bulls to reduce calving issues.
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