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Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today is a daily program hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout the state. It features K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examining agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation. Below are the 8- and 11-minute segments from the last several weeks' shows.

Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past stories to ksrenews@ksu.edu.

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4-21-17Wheat Crop Economics:  K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien draws from his presentation on the wheat market outlook to a major agricultural industry conference yesterday, in which he talked about the latest breakeven levels for wheat production in Kansas...that's the focus of his grain market comments this weekO'Brien 0421
4-21-17Wheat Condition Update:  K-State wheat production specialist Romulo Lollato recaps his on-site observations of wheat conditions as he traveled extensively through Kansas wheat country this week...among other things, he recommends that producers analyze the need for fungicide treatments on the crop in several areas of the state, with stripe rust disease in particular stepping up its activity nowLollato 0421
4-21-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines, and Marsha Boswell presents this week's Kansas Wheat ScoopNews 0421
4-21-17Kansas Agricultural Weather:  K-State climatologist Mary Knapp reports on the Kansas agricultural weather outlookKnapp 0421
4-20-17The 2017 Alumni Fellow for K-State's College of Agriculture:  a 2004 graduate in entomology, Nandi Nagaraj, talks about his involvement in several crop genetics advances during his successful career with a major agricultural research firm, saying that there's much more to be achieved in crop improvementNagaraj 0420
4-20-17
The 2017 Alumni Fellow for K-State's College of Veterinary Medicine:  a 1972 graduate, Jerry Jaax, tells of the path that led him to become one of the nation's foremost authorities in animal agriculture biosecurity, first in the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps, and later as a research official at K-State, where he was instrumental in the creation of the Biosecurity Research Institute
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4-20-17
Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines, and Greg Akagi presents this week's Kansas Soybean Update
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4-20-17
Roundup for Lawns:   K-State turfgrass specialist Jared Hoyle clears up the confusion over the new lineup of lawn herbicide products being billed as "Roundup for Lawns"...he stresses the importance of knowing exactly what one is applying to their lawn before doing so
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4-19-17
Land Value Seminar:  K-State farm management economist Mykel Taylor discusses the current trends in farm and ranch land values in Kansas, as recently updated by K-State ...those will be the topic of a special webinar taking place next week for anyone who would like to take part and ask questions about the land market outlook
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4-19-17
Ethiopian Wheat Millers:  A staff member with IGP Institute at K-State, Shawn Thiele, tells about a group of wheat milling executives from Ethiopia who are in Manhattan taking part in an IGP short course on U.S. wheat quality and grading, with the aim of encouraging these millers to purchase and utilize more U.S. wheat...their participation in this course is being sponsored by a special USDA support program

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4-19-17
Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines
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4-19-17
Stop, Look and Listen: K-State's Gus van der Hoeven presents his weekly commentary on rural Kansas
SLL 0419
4-18-17
USDA Wheat Payments:  K-State risk management specialist Art Barnaby informs wheat producers that the new K-State projections on 2016 wheat payments in Kansas under the USDA's ARC-county program are now available, and can be called up on a county-level basis with an easy-to-use map tool available on the agmanager.info web site
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4-18-17
Cutworms In Wheat:  K-State crop entomologist J.P. Michaud talks about army cutworm activity in Kansas wheat and alfalfa stands this spring...though the feeding of this insect on those stands appears heavy at times, he tells us that the pest has just about run its course, which should be taken into consideration before spraying a field for the cutworm
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4-18-17
Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson covers the day's top agricultural news headlines, plus K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk presents this week's "Milk Lines"
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4-18-17
Raccoon Parasite:  K-State wildlife specialist Charlie Lee talks about the potential human health concerns that raccoon roundworms present, in locations which both people and raccoons frequent
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4-17-17
Cattle Market Commentary:  Livestock economist Lee Schulz of Iowa State University provides this week's analysis of the cattle markets:  he takes a close look at the state of fed cattle price basis, and how producers can leverage current basis levels to their marketing advantage...and he comments on the prospect of resumed beef export business with China and what that could mean for cattle prices
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4-17-17
Cattle Internal Parasites:  From the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at K-State, veterinarian Gregg Hanzlicek talks about putting together a strategic control program for internal parasites, for cattle to be turned out on summer pasture soon...he advises producers to consult their veterinarians in selecting the proper deworming products for their herds' needs
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4-17-17
Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines, and K-State forester Bob Atchison presents this week's "Tree Tales"
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4-17-17
4-H Day Camps:  K-State 4-H specialist Deryl Waldren looks ahead to the series of northwest Kansas 4-H day camps coming up this summer
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4-14-17
Grain Market Analysis:  K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien comments on the large corn and soybean stocks numbers depicted in this week's USDA grain supply and demand report, and how those are impacting the corn-to-soybean price ratio...and he remarks on the sluggish wheat market during his weekly segment on the grain price trends
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4-14-17
World Agriculture Sustainability:  A guest speaker hosted by K-State's Colleges of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine this week:  an official with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Henning Steinfeld, talks about sustainable food and agriculture production around the world, making the case for a "systems integration" approach
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4-14-17
Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines, plus this week's Kansas Wheat Scoop with Marsha Boswell
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4-14-17
Ag Weather Update:   K-State climatologist Mary Knapp reports on Kansas agricultural weather
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4-13-17 
Corn Planting Window:  K-State crop production specialist Ignacio Ciampitti talks about current field conditions around Kansas, and the implications for corn planting:  he's advising producers to be patient with planting, instead of seeding into overly-wet soils
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4-13-17 Wheat Disease Update:  K-State wheat disease specialist Erick DeWolf provides the latest update on diseases infiltrating the Kansas wheat crop:  he now confirms that stripe rust disease is accelerating rapidly in several stands, and that leaf rust, powdery mildew and tan spot are all asserting themselves as wellDeWolf 0413 
4-13-17 
Ornamental Shrub Care: For this week's horticulture segment,  Johnson County Extension horticultural agent Dennis Patton looks at springtime fertility management and weed control for ornamental shrub plantings
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4-12-17 
Agricultural  Water Availability (part 1): A guest of the Kansas Center for Agricultural Resources and the Environment at K-State:  award-winning film producer Conrad Weaver talks about water availability issues in the western United States, including Kansas, which are featured in his new documentary film "Thirsty Land"

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4-12-17
Agricultural Water Availability (part 2): Conrad Weaver
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4-12-17 
Beef Research Roundup:  K-State beef cattle scientist John Jaeger previews the 103rd Beef Research Roundup set to take place at K-State's Agricultural Research Center at Hays on Thursday, April 20th

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4-12-17Stop, Look and Listen:  K-State's Gus van der Hoeven presents "Stop, Look and Listen", his weekly commentary on rural Kansas   SLL 0412 
4-11-17Sorghum Pre-Planting Weed Control: Curt Thompson says that both a burndown and a soil-applied herbicide treatment are necessary to knock out the tougher broadleaf and grassy weeds.Thompson 0411
4-11-17Crop Irrigation Considerations: Jonathan Aguilar discusses various means of irrigation scheduling and how to determine which method is best for one's crop-watering needs.Aguilar 0411
4-11-17Chuck-Will's-Widow: Charlie Lee talks about this bird which is commonly heard at night.
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4-11-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0411
 4-10-17Weekly Cattle Market Report: Livestock Marketing Information Center's Jim Robb looks at the new U.S. beef export data from the USDA, which shows a remarkable jump in beef export tonnage over a year ago. Robb 0410
 4-10-17Smoke Management: K-State air quality scientist Zifei Liu notes progress in smoke management from prescribed pasture burning that is leading to lesser impacts on air quality downwind. Liu 0410
 4-10-17New 4-H Leader: A conversation with the newly-named state leader for Kansas 4-H, Wade Weber, about his aspirations for 4-H in the state.
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4-10-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories. News 0410
4-7-17Weekly Grain Market Report: Dan O'Brien compares the latest breakeven costs for corn, grain sorghum and soybeans as the planting season commences, and talks about the market support from recent U.S. grain export business.O'Brien 0407
4-7-17Kansas Custom Rates Survey: Leah Tsoodle of the Agricultural Land Use Survey Center at K-State, discusses the going rates for custom-hiring numerous agricultural operations as of 2016.Tsoodle 0407
4-7-17Agricultural Weather:  Mary Knapp reports on the state's weather scene.Knapp 0407
4-7-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0407
4-6-17Soil Water Sensor Systems: Jonathan Aguilar discusses technology considerations for crop irrigators.Aguilar 0406
4-6-17IGP Institute Update: Jay O'Neil and Jason Watt talk about two recent courses for domestic and international grain millers: grain purchasing and flour milling.IGP 0406
4-6-17Cool-Season Lawn Fertilization: Jared Hoyle talks about feeding and weed-control programs for greening lawns.
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4-6-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0406
4-5-17Wildfires Update: Larry Biles reflects the recent disaster, and on new action by the state legislature to allow firefighting resources from adjoining states to immediately assist.
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4-5-17Smoke Management: Jason Hartman talks about coordinating resources responding to the wildfires, and stresses smoke management during prescribed pasture burning by using the on-line smoke management tool at www.ksfire.org.Hartman 0405
4-5-17Stop, Look and Listen: Gus van der Hoeven gives his weekly commentary on rural Kansas.SLL 0405
4-5-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0405
4-4-17Wheat Conditions Update: Romulo Lollato comments on the effect of recent rains, and about a nutrient deficiency issue turning up in numerous wheat stands.
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4-4-17Wheat Disease Update: Erick DeWolf reports that growers need to watch for signs of leaf rust, wheat streak mosaic and root rot problems.
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4-4-17American Paddlefish: Charlie Lee talks about the the fish and how to catch it in Kansas rivers and streams.
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4-4-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0404
 4-3-17Weekly Cattle Market Report: OSU's Derrell Peel recaps last week's price trends, remarks on advance-pricing feedgrains, and talks about the obstacles to doing more beef export business with China. Peel 0403
 4-3-17Increase in Open Females: Cow-Calf Production specialist Bob Weaber comments on the possible reasons producers had higher-than-normal numbers of open females last fall and what can be done ahead of this spring breeding season to avoid a repeat. Weaber 0403
 4-3-17Introducing Underserved Youth to College: Aliah Mestrovich Seay talks about new program in southwest Kansas that just received a major grant from the National 4-H Council. Seay 0403
4-3-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories. News 0403
3-31-17Weekly Grain Market Report: Dan O'Brien previews today's USDA prospective plantings and grain stocks reports to be released later today, and he talks about the impact of this week's rains in the central plains on the wheat market.O'Brien 0331
3-31-17Open House Preview: Baily Peterson a rundown of tomorrow's College of Agriculture activities, and Sarah Moyer does the same for the College of Veterinary Medicine.Open House 0331
3-31-17Agricultural Weather:  Mary Knapp reports on the state's weather scene.Knapp 0331
3-31-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0331
3-30-17Conservation Reserve Program Study: Nathan Hendricks looks at its influence on land use over the past decade, as well as whether it should continue in the next farm bill.  Hendricks 0330
3-30-17Pre-Emergence Herbicide For Soybeans: Doug Shoup considers options, with the objective of knocking down weeds that have become resistant to glyphosate treatments.Shoup 0330
3-30-17Early Spring Landscape Insects: Raymond Cloyd talks about several pests, including tent caterpillars infesting hardwood trees.Cloyd 0330
3-30-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0330
3-29-17Crop Disease Management: Doug Jardine emphasizes the importance of seed selection for disease resistance, the value of seed fungicide treatments, and why crop rotation remains a mainstay of disease control.
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3-29-17Sudden Death Syndrome in Soybeans: Eric Adee looks at the relationship of soil fertility, variety selection, and seed treatments in fighting SDS.
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3-29-17Stop, Look and Listen: Gus van der Hoeven gives his weekly commentary on rural Kansas.SLL 0329
3-29-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0329
3-28-17Corn Starter Fertilizer: Dorivar Ruiz-Diaz addresses the principles of applying a starter fertilizer to corn.Ruiz-Diaz 0328
3-28-17Tracking Growing Degree Days: Chip Redmond of the state climate office talks about a newly-upgraded on-line tool on K-State's Mesonet web site.Redmond 0328
3-28-17Urban Birds: Charlie Lee discusses the diversity of bird species in urban areas.Lee 0328
3-28-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0328
 3-27-17Weekly Cattle Market Report: Glynn Tonsor looks at domestic beef demand and comments on the Brazilian beef scandal and opportunities for U.S. exports.Tonsor 0327
 3-27-17Horn Fly Control: Dale Blasi compares the use of conventional insecticidal ear tags to using an injectable parasite product with potential residual effects on horn flies.Blasi 0327
 3-27-174-H Sewing Camp: Andrea Feldkamp has details on this spring's event. Feldkamp 0327
 3-27-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0327
3-24-17Weekly Grain Market Report:  Dan O'Brien remarks on the recent positive surge in corn exports, and offers his latest price probability projection for wheat.O'Brien 0324
3-24-17Alfalfa Weevils and Wheat Mites:  Jeff Whitworth advises growers to scout their stands  right away for early development of pests.Whitworth 0324
3-24-17Agricultural Weather:  Mary Knapp reports on the state's weather scene.Knapp 0324
3-23-17Spring Herbicide and Winter Wheat: Dallas Peterson talks about situations where such applications will and won't likely be effective, or may not be cost-effective.Peterson 0323
3-23-17Farm Transition Case Study: Terry Griffin and Britney Rosberg discuss considerations in leaving off-farm employment to co-manage the family farm full-time.Rosberg 0323
3-23-17Asparagus and Rhubarb: Riley County Extension horticultural agent Gregg Eyestone talks about planting and raising these two popular vegetable garden perennials.Eyestone 0323
3-23-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0323
3-22-17Optimizing Corn Seeding Rates: Ignacio Ciampitti advises producers to start with on-the-ear and kernel counts from last growing season.Ciampitti 0322
3-22-17Pre-Emergence Weed Control for Corn: Curt Thompson addresses the importance of a soil-applied herbicide treatment before glyphosate-resistant weeds assert themselves in the early corn stand.Thompson 0322
3-22-17Stop, Look and Listen: Gus van der Hoeven gives his weekly commentary on rural Kansas.SLL 0322
3-21-17Wildfire Emergency Assistance Update: Rod Winkler of the FSA provides an update on USDA recovery cost-share opportunities under the Emergency Conservation Program and emergency grazing of Conservation Reserve Program acres.Winkler 0321
3-21-17Growth Strategy Project: Kansas Secretary of Agriculture Jackie McClaskey talks about this effort to grow the state's number-one industry.McClaskey 0321
3-21-17Genetically-managed Pen-Raised Deer: Charlie Lee reports on a new study about developing more "trophy" deer in the wild.Lee 0321
3-21-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0321
3-20-17Weekly Cattle Market Report: Lee Schulz of ISU looks at a new USDA analysis of how the markets tend to respond to USDA cattle-on-feed reports, and previews the March report due this Friday.Schulz 0320
3-20-17Maximizing Calf Crop Market Value: A.J. Tarpoff talks about preconditioning beef calves for profit, highlighting nutrition and health management strategies.Tarpoff 0320
3-20-17International 4-H Exchange: Deryl Waldren talks about the multiple opportunities for Kansas families to host 4-H exchange youth.Waldren 0320
3-20-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0320
3-17-17Weekly Grain Market Report: Dan O'Brien goes over his latest calculations on the corn price outlook, considering the effects of dry weather.O'Brien 0317
3-17-17Cropland Rental Rates: Mykel Taylor discusses the latest K-State projections, noting that  affordable rental rates for growers are considerably lower than they were last year.Taylor 0317
3-17-17Agricultural Weather:  Mary Knapp reports on the state's weather scene.Knapp 0317
3-17-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0317
3-16-17Optimal Crop Fieldwork Days: Terry Griffin and Michelle Mensing talk about how farmers can determine the extent of field equipment they need to cover their crop acres in a timely manner.Mensing 0316
3-16-17Fixed-Time AI: K-State livestock specialist Sandy Johnson compares results of artificial insemination in beef cow breeding to split-time AI. Johnson 0316
3-16-17
Planting and Growing Onions: Ward Upham talks about what growers need to be aware of as they strive for the largest harvested onions possible.
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3-16-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0316
3-15-17USDA Programs to Help Livestock Producers, Part 1: FSA's Blaine Rutherford details two programs that assist producers with losses from last week's wildfires:  the Livestock Indemnity Program and the Emergency Livestock Assistance Program.Rutherford1 0315
3-15-17USDA Programs to Help Livestock Producers, Part 2Rutherford2 0315
3-15-172018 Farm Bill and a New U.S. Secretary of Agriculture: Barry Flinchbaugh shares his outlook on what these changes mean for farm policy. 
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3-15-17Stop, Look and Listen: Gus van der Hoeven gives his weekly commentary on rural Kansas.SLL 0315
3-14-17Post-Fire Cattle Health: A. J. Tarpoff looks at covering the nutritional needs of orphaned calves and dealing with longer-term health problems incurred by cows and bulls which survived last week's wildfires.Tarpoff 0314
3-14-17Wheat Disease: Erick DeWolf talks about the early indications of disease in Kansas wheat, and he considers the option of split-applying fungicide to wheat.DeWolf 0314
3-14-17Hispid Cotton Rat: Charlie Lee reports on a new study on cotton rat control and its effects on predators that feed on cotton rats and upland game birds.Lee 0314
3-14-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0314
3-13-17Weekly Cattle Market Report: Livestock Marketing Information Center's Jim Robb looks at recent beef export numbers and what they could mean for the future.Robb 0313
3-13-17Managing Rangeland Following Wildfire: Walt Fick talks about likely regrowth on burned acres and stocking rate adjustments that producers should consider for long-term recovery of those grasslands. Fick 0313
3-13-17
Shutterbug Events: Evelyn Neier has details on three upcoming Kansas 4-H Shutterbug events for youth in the photography project.
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3-13-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories. News 0313
3-10-17Weekly Grain Market Report: Dan O'Brien takes another look at the latest corn-to-soybean price ratio as an indicator of spring planting intentions.O'Brien 0310
3-10-17Kansas Master Farmers/Master Farm Homemakers: Mark and Deb Tipton of Republic County.
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3-10-17Livestock Loss: Ken Powell of KDHE discusses the state regulations regarding the disposal of livestock lost to this week's destructive wildfires, plus the day's ag news.
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3-10-17Agricultural Weather:  Mary Knapp reports on the state's weather scene.Knapp 0310
3-9-17Kansas Master Farmers/Master Farm Homemakers:  Merle and Jean Kaiser of Miami County.
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3-9-17Kansas Master Farmers/Master Farm Homemakers: Jim and Eilene Minnex of Scott County.
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3-9-17Cattle Nutrition After Wildfire: Justin Waggoner emphasizes the immediate need for adequate water for cattle and looks at the option of putting the cow herd on wheat pasture as a short-term nutritional resource.Waggoner 0309
3-9-17Oak Leaf Itch Mites: Raymond Cloyd reports these mites are already back, and he proposes an idea for suppressing those biting bugs.
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 3-8-17Wheat Crop Conditions Update: Romulo Lollato advises producers to evaluate yield potential now, and to use the "first hollow stem" stage as a signal to pull cattle off wheat pasture, if that wheat is to be harvested for grain. Lollato 0308
 3-8-17Kansas Master Farmers/Master Farm Homemakers: In the spotlight today, Monte and Donneta Felbush of Dickinson County. Felbush 0308
 3-8-17
Stop, Look and Listen: Gus van der Hoeven gives his weekly commentary on rural Kansas.
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3-8-17
Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.
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3-7-17
Silage in Cattle Operations: Keith Bolson discusses reducing the costs of silage utilization and prioritizing safety when moving and handling silage from storage facilities.
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3-7-17
Kansas Master Farmers/Master Farm Homemakers: Today we profile Jim and Terri DeGeer of Neosho County.
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3-7-17Pheasant Predation: Charlie Lee reports on a study of the impact of predators on pheasant population.Lee 0307
3-7-17
Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.
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3-6-17
Weekly Cattle Market Report: OSU's Derrell Peel advises those purchasing calves for summer stocking programs to study the expected value of gain, and he talks about lack of convergence between cash fed cattle prices and live cattle futures prices.
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3-6-17
Kansas Master Farmers/Master Farm Homemakers: Today we learn the story of Gary and Ruth Ann Barker of Pratt County.
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3-6-17
Livestock Activities in 4-H: Pam van Horn looks at the livestock project variety and youth development value through 4-H.
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3-6-17
Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.
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3-3-17
Weekly Grain Market Report: Dan O'Brien compares his updated corn market outlook to the forecast from the USDA's Agricultural Outlook Forum, and note developments in the biofuels arena as supportive of corn prices.
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3-3-17Cotton Production Study: Lucas Haag reviews findings of cotton production under irrigation in Kansas, and emphasizes when irrigation is critical to cotton production.Haag 0303
3-3-17
Agricultural Weather:  Mary Knapp reports on the state's weather scene.
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3-3-17
Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.
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3-2-17
Weed Control Costs: Mykel Taylor promotes timely herbicide application.
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3-2-17
Legacy Sale: Bob Weaber previews tomorrow's Cattlemen's Day auction.
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3-2-17
Lawn Weed Control: Jared Hoyle talks about early-spring application of pre-emergence herbicide.
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3-2-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories. News 0302
3-1-17Grain Sorghum Hybrids: J. P. Michaud talks about resistance to the sugarcane aphid and why it has a chance to remain intact over a long period of time.
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3-1-17Alumnus Award:  Dalton Henry, a 2010 graduate of the College of Agriculture, talks about how his K-State experience guided him into a highly-successful early career in agricultural program and trade policy.Henry 0301
3-1-17Stop, Look and Listen: Gus van der Hoeven gives his weekly commentary on rural Kansas.SLL 0301
3-1-17Agricultural News:  Eric Atkinson looks at the latest agricultural news stories.News 0301