- Hunting Use Agreements
- Grain Sorghum and Soybeans Drying Down
- Vaccinating Cows Around Breeding
00:01:05 – Hunting Use Agreements: Beginning the show is K-State law professor Roger McEowen as he discusses elements that should be included in hunting use agreements. Having them in writing helps to get the landlord and hunter operator on the same page.
00:12:05 – Grain Sorghum and Soybeans Drying Down: K-State farm systems specialist, Ignacio Ciampitti, continues today’s show by reviewing how producers can check their soybeans and grain sorghum as it is getting close to the end of their season.
00:23:05 – Vaccinating Cows Around Breeding: Rounding out the show today is the Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts. K-State’s Brad White, Bob Larson and A.J. Tarpoff talk about different times that producers could vaccinate their cows around breeding.
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