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The Mississippi Crop Situation podcast is provided by Mississippi State University Extension Service specialists responsible for agricultural row crops. Our goal is to provide Mississippi agricultural producers, consultants, and industry with up-to-date, timely, science-based information you can use to help maintain profitability.
 
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. Kansas State University has produced daily, ag-related broadcasts since KSAC radio first went on the air in 1924. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the K ...
 
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Social Security Planning and Benefits Starting and Growing a Cattle Operation Structuring Employee Evaluations 00:01:00 – Social Security Planning and Benefits: K-State and Washburn University School of Law professor, Roger McEowen, focuses on social security planning and what farmers and ranchers specifically need to know when it comes to understa…
 
Hunter, Tom, and Jason sit down in the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about managing Italian ryegrass. The weather turned from summer to winter overnight, which presents a challenge for controlling Italian ryegrass. Topics covered include timing residual herbicide applications, factors affecting Italian ryegrass emergence, and w…
 
Expectations for the Upcoming Beef Cattle Export Report Poinsettia Care and a New Milk Processing Facility Ducks are Beginning Migration 00:01:00 – Expectations for the Beef Cattle Export Report: Oklahoma State University livestock economist Derrell Peel provides his analysis of the cattle market. He says beef demand is holding up and that producti…
 
Wheat from the Black Sea Region Looks Promising A Conversation with the New State 4-H Leader Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – The Black Sea Region Looks More Promising: K-State grain economist, Dan O’Brien, says the markets have been quiet and that events in the Black Sea region make him optimistic that grain will be allowed continue to leave…
 
Kansas Wheat Update Learning From Past Droughts O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree 00:01:10— Kansas Wheat Update: Kansas has almost over night it seems, began experiencing far cooler temperatures. With that in mind, I was joined by two K-State agents from across the state to provide updates on current wheat conditions in their areas. K-State agricu…
 
An Update on FSA’s Guaranteed Loan Program Research on Shade and Limit Feeding on Cattle Comfort BCI’s Ask the Experts: Best Waterers in Freezing Conditions 00:01:09 – An Update on FSA’s Guaranteed Loan Program: Josh Ridders, farm loan chief with the Kansas Farm Service Agency, discusses the FSA’s guaranteed loan program. 00:12:09 – Research on Sha…
 
Disease of Soybeans, Sorghum, and Cotton Global Conflicts Increasing World Hunger 2021 Dairy Consumption Trends 00:01:04— Diseases of Soybeans, Sorghum, and Cotton: K-State professor of plant pathology, Chris Little, discusses seedling, root, and stem diseases of soybeans, sorghum, and cotton. He focuses on soybean sudden death syndrome, soybean cy…
 
Trent, Whitney, Jason, and Tom meet up in the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about the 2022 Mississippi Row Crop Short Course, which will be held December 5 to 7 at The Mill Conference Center in Starkville. Early registration is free, but it ends November 18, 2022. Register at the door for $40 per attendee. More information is a…
 
00:01:00 – LMIC Analysis of Prime Grade Beef: Livestock Marketing Information Center director and senior economist, Katelyn McCullock, provides an overview of the cash market for last week, including the futures and boxed beef markets. She discusses an analysis by LMIC that shows a pretty big difference between prime grade beef and the other brande…
 
Farmers Expected to Plant More Wheat and Corn in 2023 The Impact the SAVE Farm Has Had on One Family Invasive Intruders and Fall Yard and Garden Clean Up 00:01:00 – Farmers Expected to Plant More Wheat and Corn in 2023: K-State grain market economist Dan O’Brien covers the latest WASDE Report and USDA’s preliminary baseline projections forecast. He…
 
What is a Depreciable Business Asset? SAVE Farm Series: Those Making the Work Possible BCI’s Ask the Experts: Managing Calves at High-Risk for Disease 00:01:00 – What is a Depreciable Business Asset?: K-State and Washburn University School of Law professor, Roger McEowen, highlights the importance of understanding what qualifies as a depreciable bu…
 
History of the SAVE Farm Winter Grain Mites and Army Cutworms Learning from the K-State Dairy Days 00:01:12— History of the SAVE Farm: In honor of Veterans Day this Friday, Agriculture Today will be sharing multiple segments throughout the week highlight the SAVE Farm, a program housed on 308-acres of farmland with the goal of providing agricultura…
 
Mississippi State Extension Wildlife Extension Specialist Bronson Strickland calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss the status and management of chronic wasting disease in whitetail deer in Mississippi. Bronson, Tom, and Jason discuss the nature of the disease, where it was first discovered in the U.S., how the disease…
 
A Fairly Steady Market in a Challenging Time Researching E. coli in Irrigation in Kansas A Real Fish Story About Trout Fishing 00:01:00 – A Fairly Steady Market in a Challenging Time: K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor says the markets held fairly steady in the last week and he encourages producers to focus on the things they can control duri…
 
Current Grain Market Conditions and What Lies Ahead Kansas 4-H Meat Judging National Title Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – The Current Grain Market Conditions and What Lies Ahead: K-State grain economist Dan O’Brien covers the most recent market changes that occurred this past week and what may be coming – with two impactful reports being re…
 
College of Ag Headlines for October Producer’s Experience with the LandLink Program Caring for House Plants this Fall and Winter 00:01:09— College of Ag Headlines for October: K-State College of Agriculture Dean Ernie Minton joins us for the month of October’s edition of Statewide. He highlights some of the latest from the college including researc…
 
FSA Update and Information on Crop Pest Management Schools Pasture, Rainfall and Forage Insurance Sign Up Deadline BCI’s Ask the Experts: The Best Time to Wean Calves 00:01:00 – FSA Update and Information on Crop Pest Management Schools: Chris Thurston, state coordinator for the Kansas Farm Service Agency, discusses FSA’s offerings for veterans. Al…
 
New Breeding Selection Tool Combatting Elevated Stomach pH in Swine Extending Forage Supply in Dairy 00:01:09— New Breeding Selection Tool: Making breeding decisions and sorting through dozens of selection indices can lead to headaches for many. K-State professor and head of the Eastern Kansas Research and Extension Centers, Bob Weaber, played a ro…
 
Beef Packers Rethinking Expansion Plans Hearing Safety in Agriculture Social and Economic Impact of Furbearer Trapping 00:01:10— Beef Packers Rethinking Expansion Plans: Iowa State University livestock economist, Lee Schulz, joins us for this week’s cattle market where he shares the latest on futures, cash, and boxed beef as well as his insight on …
 
The Crop Progress Report Confirms Dry Conditions Kansas Mesonet Has Tools That Can Help Producers Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – The Crop Progress Report Confirms Dry Conditions: K-State grain economist Dan O’Brien says numbers from the latest Crop Progress Report attest to how dry conditions really have been this year. In addition, he says…
 
New KSU College of Veterinary Medicine Livestock Facilities Musk Thistle Control Methods Now is the Time to Fertilize Cool-Season Grasses 00:01:07 — New KSU College of Veterinary Medicine Livestock Facilities: K-State’s College of Veterinary Medicine held a ribbon cutting ceremony for their livestock facilities that were recently renovated with the…
 
Kansas Income Tax Institute Meetings Beginning Testing Fields for Soybean Cyst Nematodes BCI’s Ask the Experts: Thoughts on Grazing Alfalfa 00:01:00 – Kansas Income Tax Institute Meetings Beginning: A series of meetings for the 74th Annual Kansas Income Tax Institute begins next week. K-State and Washburn University School of Law professor, Roger M…
 
Supporting Rural Communities with Childcare The Importance of Calcium and Phosphorus in the Swine Industry Potential Lameness from this Summer’s Heat 00:01:08 — Supporting Rural Communities with Childcare: Aimee Baker, Wichita county Extension agent, joins us to discuss the Grow and Learn Childcare Center that she has been a part of building from t…
 
Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation Part 2; Centennial Celebration Tagline: Justin Ferguson and Craig Hankins, along with Tom and Jason, continue the discussion of Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation from the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville. This year Mississippi Farm Bureau celebrates its 100th anniversary. The 100th Annual Convention wil…
 
Justin Ferguson and Craig Hankins visit the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation. Justin, Craig, Tom, and Jason discuss how Mississippi Farm Bureau works for the citizens of Mississippi, including advocating for components of the new farm bill, promoting conservation programs, informing the U.…
 
Cattle on Feed Report Shows a Decline Fall and Winter Cover Crop Recommendations Trapping Furbearer Species and Misconceptions 00:01:08 – Cattle on Feed Report Shows a Decline: K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor. He explains that the most recent Cattle on Feed Report showed declines that he has been expecting for a while now and that those de…
 
A Look Ahead for the Corn and Soybean Markets Fertilizer Prices Not Expected to Fall Anytime Soon Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – A Look Ahead for the Corn and Soybean Markets: K-State grain economist Dan O’Brien take a wide lens look for this week’s grain market update. He shares what we can expect to see through the rest of 2022 and into 2…
 
Panel Testing Available for Bovine Respiratory Disease at K-State The Linton and Minton Show Planting Spring Flowering Bulbs This Fall 00:01:15 — Panel Testing Available for Bovine Respiratory Disease at K-State: K-State veterinarian, Gregg Hanzlicek, works in the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. In today’s program…
 
Update on ARC-PLC and Responding to Disease Outbreaks A Feed the World Award and Preserving Historical Prints BCI’s Ask the Experts: Sustainability in Beef Cattle Production 00:01:00 – Update on ARC-PLC and Responding to Disease Outbreaks: Kansas Farm Service Agency ag programs specialist, Emily Evans, provides updates on ARC-PLC planning for 2023,…
 
Biodegradable Chip Research and Innovation Holiday Employee Appreciation 00:01:14 — Biodegradable Chip Research and Innovation Part One: For a two-segment series we are joined by K-State professor in precision agriculture and department head of agronomy, Raj Khosla. He discusses research that he has been a part of for over a decade, looking at the …
 
Don Parker, Vice President for Technical Services with the National Cotton Council, visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about the Endangered Species Act and pesticide labeling in the U.S. Don, Jeff, Tom, and Jason discuss some of the content of the Endangered Species Act, its origin, and how it has become part of the pesti…
 
A Dismal Outlook for Grazing Wheat Spider Questions Surfacing Using Leaves to Improve the Ecology of Forested Areas 00:01:12 – A Dismal Outlook for Grazing Wheat: The director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, Katelyn McCullock, provides insight on some of the volatility seen in the last week in the markets and the dismal outlooks for …
 
The Grain Market Report and Some Potential Threats K-State Research Benefits the Pet Food Industry and Kansas Agriculture Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – The Grain Market Report and Some Potential Threats: K-State grain market economist, Dan O’Brien, covers the effects of the most recent crop production report on both corn and wheat, the on-…
 
Labor Crisis Yard Cleanup and Fall Pest Reminders 00:01:15 — Labor Crisis Part One: We begin with a conversation on the current labor crisis in agriculture. K-State agricultural policy specialist, Jenny Ifft, and Kansas Livestock Association chief executive officer, Matt Teagarden, lead the discussion on policy issues such as the H-2A visa program.…
 
Arguments Heard on California’s Proposition 12 Law A Warning for Corn Producers About Tar Spot Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts: Bull Calves 00:01:00 – Arguments Heard on California’s Proposition 12 Law: The Supreme Court of the United States heard arguments yesterday morning for the case involving California’s Proposition 12 law. K-State an…
 
2022 Swine Day What Lead to This Year’s Drought? Milk Lines 00:01:13 — 2022 Swine Day: We begin today’s program with K-State swine Extension specialist, Joel DeRouchey. He shares insight into the upcoming 2022 Swine Day which is taking place November 17th. More Swine Day information 00:12:05 — What Lead to This Year’s Drought?: K-State assistant st…
 
Jeff North from the Mississippi Agricultural Consultants’ Association visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to visit with Jason and Tom about the agricultural consulting industry in the state. Jeff relates the history of the association, how it’s organized, membership requirements, and how the industry has evolved over the years.…
 
Cattle Market Report Touches on Growing Feed Concerns A Tool That Helps Crop Producers Calculate Potential Net Returns Harvesting Does in Highly Populated Areas is Encouraged 00:01:00 – Cattle Market Report Touches on Feed Concerns: Oklahoma State University livestock economist, Derrell Peel, shares information about the on-going record numbers for…
 
Wheat Exports and Corn Demand Remain Strong Prescribed Burns Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – Wheat Exports and Corn Demand Remain Strong: K-State grain market economist, Dan O’Brien, says wheat export numbers continue to be strong and that the high demand for corn from feedlots continues with bid prices showing exactly that The latest from D…
 
Corn and Soybean Harvest Update Emergency Preparedness and Extension Harvest and Canning Season for Tomatoes and Peppers 00:01:13 — Corn and Soybean Harvest Update: K-State Extension agents, Sandra Wick from the Post Rock District and Jay Wisbey from the Central Kansas District, provide a corn and soybean harvest update for their counties. We are a…
 
FSA CRP Emergency Grazing, Committee Elections, and Mental Health Reminders ASI’s Family and Friends Reunion BCI’s Ask the Experts 00:01:10 —FSA CRP Emergency Grazing, Committee Elections, and Mental Health Reminders: We are joined this week by Kansas Farm Service Agency state executive director, Dennis McKinney. He shares an update on expansion of…
 
Current Cattle Concerns The Gardiner Legacy Continues Through K-State Lecture Series Milk Lines 00:01:27 — Current Cattle Concerns : K-State beef veterinarian, AJ Tarpoff, joins us to address current cattle concerns across Kansas including maintaining the quantity and quality of water that our livestock receive, low forage availability, and prepari…
 
arrin, Trent, Jason, and Tom sit down in the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to do a deep dive on residual herbicide applications in the fall. Fall burndown is a popular practice in the Delta in Mississippi, but it is not without its faults. Topics include fall vs. spring bed preparation, ryegrass competition, timing of fall residual her…
 
USDA’s Cattle Contracts Library Pilot Program Tips for Navigating Late Wheat Planting Managing Unexpected Fish in Farm Ponds 00:01:00 – USDA’s Cattle Contracts Library Pilot Program: Iowa State University livestock economist Lee Schulz has information on the latest cattle on feed report, the status of current profit margins and the variability caus…
 
Grain Market Update September Statewide Agricultural Weather Report 00:01:04 — Grain Market Update : K-State grain economist, Dan O’Brien, joins us for this week’s grain market update. He shares information on how the current water levels of the Mississippi River might affect both the corn and soybean market and the potential for volatility in the …
 
The Role U.S. Beef Markets Play in Supporting the Beef Industry A Preview of This Year’s Fall Forestry Field Day Benefits of Adding Mulch in the Fall 00:01:00 – The Role U.S. Beef Plays in Supporting the Beef Industry: K-State livestock economist, Glynn Tonsor, shares the highlights of a beef trade report that he and Derrell Peel of Oklahoma State …
 
Estate Planning and Expiration of the Enhanced Basic Exclusion Amount K-State’s Role in Developing a New Variety of Turf BCI Experts on Picking the Best Replacement Heifer 00:01:00 – Estate Planning and Expiration of the Enhanced Basic Exclusion Amount: K-State and Washburn University School of Law professor, Roger McEowen, discusses estate plannin…
 
Climate Smart Nitrogen Application Research Soil Moisture Milk Lines 00:01:04 — Climate Smart Nitrogen Application Research : K-State environmental quality Extension specialist, Peter Tomlinson, discuss the $2 million portion of a $65 million grant project that he will be leading focusing on modernizing the application of nitrogen to sorghum to hel…
 
Brian Mills visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about the USDA-NASS September crop report. Brian, Jason, and Tom discuss national and state yield projections for the major crops, how the drought in the West and Midwest figures into the projections, current commodity prices, and the Mississippi State Extension Planning Budg…
 
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