- Natural Disaster Loan
- National Chicken Month
- Deciding when to Sell Calves
00:01:05 – Natural Disaster Loan: Kansas Farm Service Agency Farm Loan Chief, Josh Ridder, begins today’s show discussing the emergency loan program and inflation reduction act with FSA.
00:12:05 – National Chicken Month: Continuing the show is K-State poultry specialist, Scott Beyer, to talk about chickens as it is National Chicken month. He mentions a few key considerations for people to keep in mind when it comes to chicken care.
00:23:05 – Deciding when to Sell Calves: Rounding out the show is K-State Beef Cattle Institute’s Brad White, Phillip Lancaster and Dustin Pendell conversing about if cattle producers should sell at weaning or retain ownership.
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