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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 ...
 
HPJ Talk is a weekly podcast featuring commentary and news for farmers, ranchers, and those who live and work in the High Plains. Soil Solutions with Jessica Gnad emphasizes the importance of producing healthy soil, and provides important tips and insights from industry leaders on the topic of soil health and regenerative agriculture. #RideWithUs #HighPlainsJournal #GreatPlainsRegeneration #SoilHealth
 
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Puttin' On Airs

Trae Crowder & Corey Ryan Forrester

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Puttin' On Airs is a podcast where two good ol boys from the rural South learn about and analyze fancy people and their culture. Join redneck comedians Trae Crowder and Corey Ryan Forrester as they try and make sense of the world's bougie-est bullsh*t. So if you wanna find out what the Queen does all damn day, or why rich people love makin' horses have sex, or what the elite and white trash have in common (it's more than you think), and you wanna hear it all in the syrupy sorghum drawl of tw ...
 
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Savor digs into how people live and how they eat – and why. Hosts Anney Reese and Lauren Vogelbaum interview the culinary creators and consumers of the world, exploring the science, history, and culture of food and drink, all with a key question in mind: Why do we like what we like, and how can we find more of those things?
 
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Strength in Current Beef Demand Grasshoppers and Sorghum Pests Control Methods for Urban Deer Populations 00:01:00 – Strength in Current Beef Demand: Agricultural economist from the Livestock Marketing Information Center, Tyler Cozzens, provides this week’s cattle market update where he focuses on the surprising strength in current beef demand 00:1…
 
2022 Wheat Performance Test Part One 2022 Wheat Performance Test Part Two Milk Lines 00:01:10—2022 Wheat Performance Test Part One— In part one of this two-part series, Jane Lingenfelser, K-State crop performance tests coordinator, shares the result of the 2022 wheat performance test including what diseases and insects were prevalent this past year…
 
Agricultural engineer Wes Lowe visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss the precision agriculture tools Mississippi State University is involved in developing for growers in the state and region. Wes, Tom, and Jason discuss a range of topics including how Wes evaluates potential new technologies and some of the tools he’s he…
 
USDA Reports on Land Values and Beef Exports A Heads Up for Fall Armyworms Threats Against Monarch Butterflies and Sturgeon 00:01:00 – USDA Reports on Land Values and Beef Exports: Iowa State University livestock economist Lee Schulz covers two recent USDA reports. One deals with land values and the other with U.S. beef exports for the first half o…
 
Continued Strength in the Cash Market Nitrate Concerns from the Persistent Drought Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – Continued Strength in the Cash Market: K-State grain market economist Dan O’Brien covers the continuous strength in cash markets in the southeastern portion of the state and the effects of ongoing weather concerns 00:12:00 – Nit…
 
The seed is strong, Airheads! The extremely wealthy and the extremely not alike have a tendency to spread said seed at a sometimes alarming rate. They each have their reasons (family legacy Vs “the garage party was hittin”), and we’ll get into em. Also ProCho covers one of the most impactful and important military conflicts in history: The Battle o…
 
Making ARC-CO and PLC Decisions Wheat Rx Programs Replanting Irises 00:01:17—Making ARC-C- and PLC Decisions— Rich Llewellyn, K-State ag econ Extension assistant, joins us to discuss year averages to aid producers in making their ARC-CO and PLC decisions for the upcoming farm bill, the effects of rising interest rates, and what to expect at the upc…
 
Information on Direct Loans Offered by FSA Getting Involved with Double Up Food Bucks Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts Discuss Pink Eye 00:01:00 – Information on Direct Loans Offered by FSA: Kansas Farm Service Agency farm loan specialist, Marissa Kepley, discusses direct loans offered by the FSA, such as operational loans, term loans, farm …
 
Selling in the Wholesale Market Estimating Corn Yield Potential Milk Lines 00:01:08—Selling in the Wholesale Market— Cary Rivard, K-State Extension specialist and center director of the Olathe Horticulture Research and Extension Center, provides insight into the wholesale market and planning considerations for producers looking to sell in those mar…
 
Brian visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to visit with Tom and Jason on the current state of the cotton crop in Mississippi. Topics include the environmental influence on where the crop is currently, variety types, PGR management, nematode considerations, and Brian’s late-season recommendations.…
 
Cash Market Strength in Southeastern Kansas Safety Tips for Working in the Kansas Heat Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – Cash Market Strength in Southeastern Kansas: K-State grain market economist Dan O’Brien covers the unusual cash market strength coming out of southeastern Kansas. He also looks at anticipated fertilizer costs this fall This …
 
Rich or poor, everybody wants their hair to be poppin, and sometimes that means a wig, Airheads. So let’s talk about hairpieces, a conversation which involves far more syphilis than you may have otherwise expected. Also, ProCho educates us on the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand (turns out it was a big deal!) TRENDINGNOW Be sure to follow …
 
KSRE Summer Research Fellowship Preparing for Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus Now Watering Trees 00:01:05—KSRE Summer Research Fellowship— K-State associate professor and director of the Pet Food Program, Greg Aldrich, and K-State Research and Extension Summer Research Fellow, Kiara McCalister from Florida A&M University share about the KSRE Summer Resea…
 
Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle Tips for Controlling Palmer Amaranth Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts 00:01:00 – Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle: Sandy Johnson, a beef reproductive specialist at K-State, discusses reproductive technologies and the upcoming Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle meeting in San Antonio, T…
 
Water Issues in Kansas Kansas Women in Ag Milk Lines 00:01:07—Water Issues in Kansas— Earl Lewis, chief engineer for the Kansas Department of Agriculture, joins us to discuss current water issues not only across the state of Kansas, but also some interstate issues as well Division of Water Resources Website 00:12:07—Kansas Women In Ag — K-State far…
 
Market Analysis for Two Recent Cattle Reports Managing Fly Control and Monitoring for Pink Eye Benefits Provided by Aquatic Bugs 00:01:00 – Market Analysis for Two Recent Cattle Reports: Oklahoma State University livestock economist, Derrell Peel, provides insight on the latest cattle on feed report and the semi-annual cattle inventory report 00:12…
 
Connor Webster from the LSU AgCenter calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about this year’s weed control in rice. Connor is a recent graduate of LSU and began his job as the rice weed scientist earlier this year. Connor, Hunter, Tom, and Jason spend awhile talking about herbicide carryover in rice and touch on new cases…
 
Grain Markets on a Global Scale Tips for Maintaining Water Quality Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – Grain Markets on a Global Scale: K-State grain market economist, Dan O’Brien, he explains the recent drops in futures and some of the global political changes and conflicts that might ultimately affect the markets on a global scale 00:12:00 – T…
 
Fish talk, Airheads! Whether you’re a trophy blue marlin chartered expedition type, or a bluegills on the bank with hot dogs as bait type, everybody likes to cast a line now and then. Likewise, who didn’t love Princess Di? Well, other than Charles’s ass of course. And that situation happens to be the subject of this weeks ProCho lesson. Reel us in …
 
Global Impacts of Agricultural Research Part One Global Impacts of Agricultural Research Part Two Water Saving Lawn and Landscape Strategies 00:01:10— Global Impacts of Agricultural Research Part One— Joining us to discuss his latest research looking at the global impacts of agricultural research is K- State agricultural economics professor and dir…
 
IRS Portability Election Rule Soil Testing May Cut Production Costs Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts 00:01:00 – IRS Portability Election Rule: In this week’s agricultural law update, Roger McEowen of K-State and Washburn University School of Law, has information on the latest IRS update to the Portability Election rule 00:12:00 – Soil Testin…
 
Bovine Anaplasmosis Vaccine Part One Bovine Anaplasmosis Vaccine Part Two Milk Lines 00:01:18—Bovine Anaplasmosis Vaccine Part One— In a two part series, two K-State distinguished professors Roman Ganta and Hans Coetzee share with listeners their latest breakthrough research resulting in the creation of a successful vaccine against bovine anaplasmo…
 
Jay Mahaffey, manager of The Learning Center with Bayer in Scott, MS, visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville for another deep dive on managing plant growth regulators in cotton. Jay, Don, Tom, and Jason talk about the differences in cotton variety responses to PGRs. This one has a little of everything from PGRs to disease management …
 
Previewing the Cattle on Feed Report Marketing Manure as a Fertilizer Feral Swine Control in Kansas 00:01:00 – Previewing the Cattle on Feed Report: Iowa State University livestock economist, Lee Schulz, provides the cattle market update and previews next week’s Cattle on Feed Report and USMEF’s May export data 00:12:00 – Marketing Manure as a Fert…
 
Grain Market Stability Still in Question Analyzing the Latest WASDE Report Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – Grain Market Stability Still in Question: K-State grain market economist, Dan O'Brien, provides this week's grain market update and explains that stability in the markets may be farther off than originally anticipated 00:12:00 – Analyzi…
 
Have at you, Airheads! Who doesn’t enjoy the odd spot of the old fisticuffs, ay? Whether it be an affray, donnybrook, rough-and-tumble, or argy-bargy (these are all apparently real British words), watching two pugilists square off has delighted crowds rich and poor alike for eons. Also, Professor Cho educates us on the abdication of King Edward VII…
 
Water Quality Final Wheat Harvest Update Japanese Beetles and Squash Bugs 00:01:05—Water Quality— K-State environmental quality Extension specialist, Peter Tomlinson, speaks on water quality and its significance across the state of Kansas 00:12:16—Final Wheat Harvest Update — Marsha Boswell, the vice president of communications at the Kansas Wheat …
 
How much would you value knowing that she’s bred earlier than convention? Canadian researcher Dr. Jean Durocher and his team at DHI was approached by dairy producers to determine the feasibility of weekly milk PAG testing all the way down to 23 days post insemination, potentially helping resync and rebreed her a week earlier. The cost of days open …
 
FSA Update on Acreage Reporting and CRP KCARE Water Conservation Efforts Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts 00:01:00 – FSA Update on Acreage Reporting and CRP: Dennis McKinney, state executive director for the Kansas Farm Service Agency, provides listeners the latest Farm Service Agency update with information regarding deadlines for acreage r…
 
Ammoniating Wheat Straw Soybean Pests Milk Lines 00:01:12—Ammoniating Wheat Straw— Justin Waggoner, K-State beef cattle specialist, shares insight into ammoniating wheat straw and recent research conducted at K-State Beef Tips Article Ammoniating Wheat Straw Video 00:12:06—Soybean Pests — K-State field crop entomologist, Jeff Whitworth, shares info…
 
Jason’s father, Bruce Bond, visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville for an episode in the Why Ag series. Mr. Bond describes his route from working as a forester to a career as a farmer in the Delta in southeast Arkansas along with many of the changes that have occurred in production agriculture over the years.…
 
In this 19th century agricultural disaster, a tiny insect destroyed two-thirds of all European wine grape vineyards over the course of 40 years, changing the wine industry forever. Anney and Lauren explore the science and history of grape phylloxera and the Great French Wine Blight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Cattle Market Projections Indicate Higher Prices Agricultural Cybersecurity Dredging Farm Ponds 00:01:00 – Cattle Market Projections Indicate Higher Prices: K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor says the last few months have been rough, but that producers could see a turnaround in the market later in the year. 00:12:00 – Agricultural Cybersecuri…
 
What’s Happening in the Grain Futures Market Tips for Managing Arthritis While Farming Kansas Profile with Ron Wilson 00:01:00 – What’s Happening in the Grain Futures Market: K-State grain market economist, Dan O’Brien, covers this week’s grain market update and explains the recent changes in grain market futures 00:12:00 – Tips for Managing Arthri…
 
Ante up Airheads! All the cards are on the table this week as the boys talk about that past time beloved by degenerates at both ends of the socioeconomic ladder: gambling. Also Professor Cho has a (coincidental) July 4th theme going this week as he offers a different perspective on King George III. TRENDINGNOW Be sure to follow Puttin' On Airs, Tra…
 
Getting Involved in Agriculture and the Benefit of Bats County Wheat Harvest Update Homegrown Tomato Challenges 00:01:05—Getting Involved in Agriculture and the Benefit of Bats— We start with a recent segment from the BCI Cattle Chat Podcast where Brad White, Brian Lubbers, Bob Larson, and Dustin Pendell give advice on starting in agriculture – in …
 
Concerns Over Foreign Land Ownership Irrigation Research and Water Conservation Beef Cattle Institute’s Ask the Experts 00:01:00 – Concerns Over Foreign Land Ownership: Roger McEowen of K-State and Washburn University School of Law talks about foreign landownership concerns and how legislators in Indiana are getting involved 00:12:00 – Irrigation R…
 
On-going Herd Liquidation West Virginia vs EPA Milk Lines 00:01:11—On-going Herd Liquidation — Oklahoma State University livestock economist, Derrell Peel, provides commentary for this week’s cattle market up and a look at what to expect as a result of on-going herd liquidation 00:12:12—West Virginia vs EPA — K-State and Washburn University School …
 
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