- Measuring the Grain Market
- Working on Cattle and Swine Vaccines
- Warming Back Up
00:01:05 – Measuring the Grain Market: Grain economist from K-State, Dan O’Brien starts the show with a grain market update. He mentions work the USDA is doing to measure crops and the impact that it could have on the market.
00:12:05 – Working on Cattle and Swine Vaccines: Continuing the show is K-State’s Waithaka Mwangi and Juergen Richt as they discuss a grant recently received to work on vaccines critical for cattle and swine diseases.
00:23:05 – Warming Back Up: K-State meteorologist Chip Redmond concludes today’s show with a weather update. We’ve had more comfortable temperatures this week but he says we should expect to warm back up.
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