- Kanayo Nwanze, Part 1
- Kanayo Nwanze, Part 2 and Kansas Profile
- Beef Semen in Dairy Cattle
00:01:05 – Kanayo Nwanze, Part 1: Starting today’s show is K-State Alumni Excellence Award recipient, Kanayo Nwanze. He discusses his past work and his most recent book, “A Bucket of Water.”
00:12:05 – Kanayo Nwanze, Part 2 and Kansas Profile: Kanayo Nwanze continues the show by sharing what he is excited for in the agriculture industry as it moves forward. We are then joined by Ron Wilson with a Kansas Profile on Flickner Innovation Farm.
00:23:05 – Beef Semen in Dairy Cattle: Completing today’s show is K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk as he discusses the practice of breeding dairy cows to beef semen and how this practice is being used on dairy farms across the U.S..
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