- WASDE Report Impacts Grain Markets
- Impact of Cattle Grazing
- Moisture in the Forecast
00:01:05 – WASDE Report Impacts Grain Markets: Dan O’Brien, K-State grain economist, begins today’s show with how the grain market has responded to USDA’s recent WASDE report. He says with corn harvest and this report corn’s basis has weakened.
00:12:05 – Impact of Cattle Grazing: Dan then continues the show and discussion about the WASDE report. K-State sustainable beef grazing systems specialist Logan Thompson joins the show by explaining how the environment has been impacted by cattle grazing.
00:23:05 – Moisture in the Forecast: Rounding out the show is K-State meteorologist, Chip Redmond, with a weather update. He says there are chances of rain in the coming week.
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