K-State Agriculture Today: 1512 – Veterinary Program…Overseed Lawns

  • Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas
  • VTPRK and Soybean Herbicides Not for Livestock Feed
  • Cool-season Lawns


00:01:05 – Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas: Beginning today’s show is Tera Barnhardt and K-State’s Brad White to discuss the Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas. They talk about the impact of the program for veterinarians and rural Kansas.

Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas

Kansas Living Magazine – Fighting the Vet Shortage in Rural Kansas


00:12:05 – VTPRK and Soybean Herbicides Not for Livestock Feed: Brad and Tera continue their conversation about VTPRK with how it can contribute to rural communities. We are then joined by K-State weed management specialist, Sarah Lancaster, and beef specialist, Sandy Johnson, with information about herbicides on soybeans and livestock.

Check Herbicide Labels Before Using Soybeans for Livestock Feed

Nitrate Toxicity in Drought-stressed Corn and Sorghum


00:23:05 – Cool-season Lawns: K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent for Johnson County, Dennis Patton, ends today’s show with how to plant or overseed cool-season lawns.


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Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Shelby Varner and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.


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