15: Listing the Lesser Prairie Chicken
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biologist Clay Nichols talks about the process of listing the lesser prairie chicken as threated in Kansas, and how such a designation will impact farmers and ranchers.
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13: K-State Soil Health Survey
Dr. Katie Burke talks about surveying Kansas farmers, ranchers and agricultural landowners about barriers to implementing conservation practices related to soil health (no-till, cover crops, rotational grazing and others). This project is based upon work supported by the U.S. Department ...
7: Addressing the Rural Veterinary Workforce with Nancy Brown
Kansas Farm Bureau's Nancy Brown discusses the work of the Rural Veterinary Workforce Development Taskforce and how livestock producers can help by filling out a survey on the availability of care in their area at https://kstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_50yAle8jT1ib7VQ
7: "On Life Support" - What Effects will COVID-19 Have on Rural Hospitals?
What is the economic impact of COVID-19 going to be on rural hospitals and what challenges are rural health networks going to have during the pandemic? Noah Ochsner talks with Allen Van Driel, CEO of Smith County Memorial hospital to ...