- Changes to WOTUS and I-9 Forms
- Reducing Weed Spread
- Generic Versus Brand-name
00:01:05 – Changes to WOTUS and I-9 Forms: Beginning today’s show is K-State law professor Roger McEowen with recent changes impacting agricultural law. He discusses amendments to the Waters of the United States and revisions to I-9 forms.
00:12:05 – Reducing Weed Spread: K-State weed management specialist, Sarah Lancaster, continues the show by sharing a few things producers should think about for weed control this time of year.
00:23:05 – Generic Versus Brand-name: The Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts concludes today’s show. K-State’s Brad White, Bob Larson and Brian Lubbers converse about generic versus brand name pharmaceuticals.
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