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Humans have domesticated and handled animals for 14,000 years. Modern times have brought urbanization and technology which have caused a drastic decline in human-animal interactions. As a result, the knowledge of how to properly handle, restrain, and house animals is in decline. In Better Animal Handling, C.B. Chastain, veterinarian and professor emeritus, describes effective, humane animal handling with emphasis on safety measures to prevent injury and the transmission of zoonotic diseases.
 
Get the best reporting and storytelling on television from 60 Minutes - on your schedule. Now you can listen to the show in its entirety every week. 60 Minutes is the most successful broadcast in television history with more than 80 Emmys under its belt. 60 Minutes offers unbiased reporting on politics, in-depth investigations and important adventures from around the world- like no one else.
 
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The Moos Room

University of Minnesota Extension

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Hosted by members of the University of Minnesota Extension Beef and Dairy Teams, The Moos Room discusses relevant topics to help beef and dairy producers be more successful. The information is evidence-based and presented as an informal conversation between the hosts and guests.
 
The Cattle Call Podcast, hosted by Curtis Ohlde will tell the story of America’s Pioneers in the Beef Cattle Industry past and current. Primarily focusing on those in Commercial Production and Seed-Stock Production, Curtis will go on a journey with podcast guest from the starting of the Ranch or Farm through the ups and downs to current operation status. In the United States Beef Cattle Production is relatively new compared to other parts of the world. Recording those 1st, 2nd or 3rd generat ...
 
Texas Ag Today is a daily look at the latest news in Texas agriculture, hosted by veteran farm broadcaster Carey Martin along with the largest and most experienced farm news team in the Lone Star State. We cover agriculture in every corner of Texas, from the piney woods of East Texas to the rocky ranges of the Trans-Pecos and from the Panhandle to the Rio Grande Valley.
 
The Confessionals is where witnesses of the unexplained share their stories and encounters with the world. Through long-form conversations, we pull out as much detail about one's experience as possible. Join us as we delve into the unknown side of life, from bigfoot to UFOs to paranormal activity to even conspiracies.
 
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Aberdeen Barn Talk

Midwest Aberdeen Association

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Aberdeen Barn Talk hosted by Curtis Ohlde and Todd Bohlmeyer look to introducethe Livestock Industry to the American Aberdeen Breed and provide value to existing American Aberdeen Breeders. Contained in the bi-weekly episodes there will be information and discussion, along with guest speakers, talking about theAmerican Aberdeen Breed and livestock industry in general. In addition, there will be updates to currentevents happening within the American Aberdeen Breed, General Beef Cattle Product ...
 
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 ...
 
Australian Farmers: Telling Our Story is hosted by television presenter and journalist, Angie Asimus and is powered by the National Farmers Federation. It’s dedicated to connecting our wonderful farmers with health conscious consumers and ethically minded shoppers. Together, we can all learn more about the food we eat and the fibre we wear. This is your exclusive look behind the farm gate. As a country girl herself, Angie knows you'll love what you hear. From the freshest produce, to carbon ...
 
Have Gun Will Travel stories revolved around gun-for-hire with principles, Paladin (his real name was never revealed). Though Paladin, played on the radio by John Dehner preferred to try to work out problems without violence if possible, he worked for people who he felt were wronged and could pay. Occasionally, if he felt people who couldn't pay were in a really hard situation with bad guys, he worked for free. If, during the course of his work, he discovered his employer turned out to be sh ...
 
History consists of heroes and villains (and, I suppose everything in between)... but it's usually the villains who are the most interesting: Their flaws, their quirks, the voids in their hearts that force them to do the unthinkable. These are the characters that fascinate us, that pull us in, that compel us to watch and don’t let us look away. And these are the characters that Scoundrel: History’s Forgotten Villains is all about. Scoundrel, is a new bi-weekly anthology podcast from Kast Med ...
 
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In this episode, David, Paul, Tyrell and Carrie discuss China’s population decline, the price of eggs and, just for good measure, the weather (see Paul’s column for full details.) Tyrell visits with Rachel Frost with Montana State University, and Andrew Bardwell, manager of LF Ranch in Augusta, Montana, about the university’s ranch management progr…
 
Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat! Please click on any links below to be taken to sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news regarding the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 2:44 Tips for New Ranchers 11:02 Buying Females 18:05 Communicating in Agriculture Guest: Matt Perrier, Dalebanks Angus Practically Ranching For more on BCI …
 
Negotiated cash fed cattle trade was slow on light to moderate demand in Nebraska and the western Corn Belt through Thursday afternoon, according to the Agricultural Marketing Service. Dressed prices were steady in Nebraska at $248/cwt. and steady to $2 lower in the western Corn Belt at $248. Last week, live prices were $155/cwt. in the Southern Pl…
 
00:00 – 2:23 Welcome and Introductions 2:24 – 4:28 The difficulties associated with investigating fetal losses 4:29 – 7:25 What amount of fetal loss would be expected as normal? 7:26 – 10:03 What should you do when your herd starts to experience fetal losses 10:04 – 12:01 Percentage of abortion cases that are successfully diagnosed 12:02 - 13:25 Wh…
 
On this episode of the Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast w/ Nick Cattles, Greg and Nick react to New England's hiring of Bill O'Brien as their new offensive coordinator. Go to BetOnline.ag and use Promo Code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! Visit https://athleticgreens.com/BEDARD a FREE 1 year supply of of immune-supporting Vitamin…
 
Anticipated Declines in Cattle Numbers Weed Schools and Herbicide Changes Bald Eagles Return to Kansas for Winter 00:01:00 – Anticipated Declines in Cattle Numbers: Director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, Katelyn McCullock, offers insight on why the markets seem to be down across the board and discusses anticipated drastic cattle nu…
 
Tip Of The Week Be skeptical of outrageous stories and do a little checking Rural Crime In The U.S. https://original.newsbreak.com/@yanasa-tv-1592052/2888279621257-cattle-mysteriously-die-or-go-missing-stumping-investigators https://ksltv.com/517786/owner-deputies-fear-7-young-horses-were-stolen-outside-of-elberta/ https://news.yahoo.com/sheriff-of…
 
A good wedding anniversary present can be hard to find but when Julie Kos bought her husband Paul a smoker as a gift, they had no idea just how life-changing it would be. They started smoking everything and as egg farmers, well, they gave that a go too. It was a light-bulb moment. Now, the Victorian couple are the proud owners of The Smoked Egg Co …
 
Tip Of The Week Know what services are available to you, and then learn how to fill the gaps Rural Crime In The U.S. https://news.yahoo.com/livestock-rustling-no-bull-legislators-043200037.html https://www.kmvt.com/2023/01/26/reports-livestock-theft-area-how-you-can-work-protect-your-animals/ https://magicvalley.com/news/local/to-catch-a-goat-thief…
 
Texas feedlot inventories are dropping. For Texas High Plains farmers, some good conservation practices could lead to new pest control issues. Senate committee assignments have been made in the Texas legislature. Some horses can develop a lack of pigmentation on their skin. We’ll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.…
 
House Republicans hope that by delving into Hunter Biden’s business dealings they’ll find a trail of wrongdoing leading back to the president. Is this just the usual partisan mudslinging? Or will the Hunter Biden saga spell trouble for Joe Biden? Andrew Rice from New York magazine tells us what is on Hunter Biden’s laptop. The Economist’s James Ben…
 
Grain Market Report: Soybeans and Corn How is Kansas Weather Impacting Wheat? Kansas Agricultural Weather: Finally Some Moisture! 00:01:00 – Grain Market Report: Soybeans and Corn: K-State grain economist, Dan O’Brien highlights China's preference for Brazilian soybeans over the U.S. crop and tension still with Mexico with their potential change in…
 
South Africa’s infrastructure—its ports, railways and power grid—are struggling and poorly managed. Ordinary South Africans are increasingly fed up. We profile Russia’s new military commander in Ukraine. And our obituaries editor remembers one of Britain’s finest rural writers. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, …
 
South Africa’s infrastructure—its ports, railways and power grid—are struggling and poorly managed. Ordinary South Africans are increasingly fed up. We profile Russia’s new military commander in Ukraine. And our obituaries editor remembers one of Britain’s finest rural writers. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, …
 
Andrew Swafford is a county commissioner in Bledsoe County, Tennessee and at the time of this writing he is 25 years old. Andrew is also the owner of three chicken houses, a 749 acre plot of timber, a forestry business called Four Aims Forestry and a graduate student at the University Of Georgia. He clearly is a high achiever, and this is something…
 
Cattles and Ramie wrap up the show by going through the final voting results on the NBA All Star starters. Where did Domantas Sabonis rank??? How can the Sacramento Kings counter last night's approach from the Toronto Raptors?? Sacramento Kings Home Woes in 2023 Buffalo Bills General Manager Brandon Beane takes a shot at the Cincinnati Bengals Rami…
 
Cattles and Ramie react LIVE to the All Star starters being announced.... will Domantas Sabonis make it over Zion Williamson and Anthony Davis???? Eastern Conference Starters revealed Malik Monk talking about the need to play better Sacramento Kings bench struggles Ranting about Kyle Shanahan's 'Genius' An all time sound with an Uber Eats Delivery …
 
Cattles and Ramie roll along with a discussion about whether the Raptors revealed a blueprint for how to defeat the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday Night. Plus, how The Beam has made a financial impact on the DOCO area of Sacramento over the last two months. DeMeco Ryans connected to the Denver Broncos job, so who might the 49ers bring to replace him…
 
Cattles and Ramie are back to break down the Sacramento Kings laying an egg against the Toronto Raptors in Golden 1 Center Struggles from the Sacramento Kings bench, DeAaron Fox Brock Purdy has some people saying they saw his rise coming??? Ja Morant and the Curse of the Cardigan Jim Boeheim Dismissing Student Reporters Again See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
On this episode, Dr. Marc Herpfer and Dr. Aldo Rossi discuss Phylox from Amlan International, a natural, mineral-based product aimed at preventing coccidiosis and improving gut health in poultry. James Coday, Strategic Marketing Manager for agricultural chemicals company UPL stops by to share 2023 soybean strategies, including implementation of UPL…
 
The Walt Disney Company turns 100 years old this week. But the silver screen success that helped it become the world’s biggest entertainment company will not be enough to keep it on top for another century. As households swap cable packages for streaming, and kids turn to gaming, rather than movies, Disney needs reanimating. On this week’s podcast,…
 
Are We Preparing for a Recession? How Agriculture Is Impacted by the Current Economic Environment Controlling Grasses Around Trees 00:01:04 — Are We Preparing for a Recession?: Today’s show begins with a two-part series on the current U.S. economic environment with K-State professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and the Director of th…
 
Israel’s right-wing coalition government has the country’s supreme court in its sights. Their proposal to effectively subjugate its independence to the legislature has sparked protests and stirred concern for the country’s democracy. Our correspondent reports from a newly reopened Shanghai. And how gas stoves became the latest battleground in Ameri…
 
Israel’s right-wing coalition government has the country’s supreme court in its sights. Their proposal to effectively subjugate its independence to the legislature has sparked protests and stirred concern for the country’s democracy. Our correspondent reports from a newly reopened Shanghai. And how gas stoves became the latest battleground in Ameri…
 
On tomorrow's Ag Business Episode a previous FFA guest comes back on the show. It has been 8 years since Andrew Swafford was first a guest on the Off-Farm Income Podcast, and I am amazed with what he is doing today! On our Re-Cap Episode I'm bringing back his very first interview from 2015 so you can see the before and he after picture.…
 
In Episode 515: Demons Among Us we are joined by best-selling author MR Gorga! - We cover the first fully documented eyewitness account of demonic possession in American history. (Reported decades before the Salem Witch Trials!) Real personal encounters with black spirits, inhuman entities, visions, and terrifying nighttime visitations. And how dar…
 
In 1645, the English Civil War caused a great divide in England - on both sides, the destruction, violence and famine were all blamed on malevolent witches, cursing towns and villages all throughout the countryside to fulfill their pacts with the devil. Thankfully, King Charles I endorsed a duo of witch-hunters, led by Matthew Hopkins to identify a…
 
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