- Cattle and Hog Market Update
- International Agronomy Lecturer: Mark Farrell
- Trout Fishing Season
00:01:05 – Cattle and Hog Market Update: Beginning today’s show is Iowa State University livestock economist Lee Schulz with a livestock market update. He explains how the cattle and hog markets are doing and ag trade for different states.
00:12:05 – International Agronomy Lecturer: Mark Farrell: K-State’s Chuck Rice and visiting lecturer Mark Farrell continue the show as Mark discusses what Australia is doing with regenerative agriculture and the difficulties they are facing that are similar to the United States.
00:23:05 – Trout Fishing Season: A conversation about trout fishing rounds out today’s show. K-State fisheries and aquatics Extension specialist, Joe Gerken, explains what has changed about the trout fishing season and why.
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