- Kansas Fence Law
- Tree City USA Program
- Treating Cattle on Pasture
00:01:05 – Kansas Fence Law: Roger McEowen, K-State law professor, begins the show as he shares a few points about fence law in Kansas. He reviews who is financially responsible for repairing and maintaining shared fence.
00:12:05 – Tree City USA Program: We continue with Matt Norville from the Kansas Forest Service with a discussion about the Tree City USA Program. He lets people know how they can join and the benefit it can bring to their community.
00:23:05 – Treating Cattle on Pasture: The Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts concludes today’s show as Brad White, Brian Lubbers and Bob Larson have a conversation about methods of treating cattle that are out on pasture.
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