- Farmers go to Court
- Ariel Seeding Cover Crops
- When to Preg Check Cattle
00:01:05 – Farmers go to Court: K-State law professor, Roger McEowen, begins today’s show with a review of a recent court case between farmers in Kansas. The case involves road right-of-way and trespassing.
00:12:05 – Ariel Seeding Cover Crops: The show continues with a discussion about ariel seeding with K-State crop production specialist from the Wildcat District James Coover. He mentions factors that producers should take into consideration when deciding on ariel seeding cover crops.
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00:23:05 – When to Preg Check Cattle: The Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts rounds out today’s show as K-State’s Brad White, Brian Lubbers and Bob Larson have a conversation about cattle producers deciding when to check their cattle for pregnancy.
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