This Week's Show
Heat Stress in Cattle – This weather pattern is no joke. UNL Associate Professor of Biological Systems Engineering Dr. Rick Stowell explains how to spot heat stress in your animals, and offers some ways to keep them healthy and comfortable. Find more information hereand here
Flooded Crop Impacts – With recent flooding in parts of the state, some corn and soybean farmers are wondering how their already emerged crops will be impacted. Sarah Sivits, Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems Educator, breaks down the situation.
This Week in the Markets – Doug Simon of Tredas explains the role our hot weather and the rain from Hurricane Barry is having in the markets. Doug also shares his feelings on acreage numbers and where he sees basis heading.
FSA County Committee Nominations – Nebraska FSA’s Bobbie Kriz-Wickham shares information regarding County Committee elections. Nominations are open until August 1st, so get them in now. Find more information here.
RFS Proposal – There appears to be a bit of displeasure among some state leaders regarding the recent increase in the Renewable Fuel Standard. Nebraska Ethanol Board Administrator Roger Berry explains the issue, and what it could mean for farmers.
Science & Ag Family Field Day – Everyone is invited to the Haskell Ag Lab’s Science & Ag Family Field Day on July 24th. Extension Educator Sarah Roberts fills us in on what you’ll see this year. Find more information here.Watch the Show Program Archive
Next Week's Show - Palmer amaranth is invasive and widespread. We'll talk with a weed scientist in Arkansas who's using what he's learned to help farmers in Nebraska. Plus, recent flooding means certain crop diseases could be on the rise too. Learn what they are.
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