KSRN Radio Interviews

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Allen Featherstone Named a Distinguished Professor

Allen Featherstone, K-State agricultural economics professor and department head, discusses being named a distinguished professor at K-State. He mentions important mentors and explains significant moments in his career.

May 8, 2023
Update on Ukraine's Agricultural Conditions

Antonina Broyaka has an update on the Black Sea region, focusing on the ongoing impacts of Russia’s war against Ukraine and shares information on the current condition of agricultural land and the ever-evolving trade dynamics at hand that highly impact Ukraine’s economy.

April 28, 2023
Understanding the Farm Bill

We continue today’s show with K-State policy specialist Jenny Ifft as she provides a brief overview of the Farm Bill and discusses the upcoming K-State Farm Bill panel taking place at the Stanley Stout Center on May 2nd from 1:30 to 2:45 pm.

April 27, 2023
Foreign Land Ownership

Today’s show begins with insight on foreign ownership of U.S. land with K-State Agricultural Economics department head, Allen Featherstone. Allen breaks down some of the concerns when it comes to foreign ownership of agricultural land, how this information is tracked, and some surprising data for Kansas.

April 18, 2023
Current Kansas Land Values and Ownership

We start today’s show with a segment on Kansas land values and ownership with K-State agricultural economist, Robin Reid. Robin shares an overview of current land values and compares the current highs to those we have seen in the past. She also shares insight on which of our neighboring states have residents that own the most Kansas land. 

April 6, 2023
The Future of Carbon Markets

We begin today’s show by continuing our conversation from last week on carbon credits with K-State post-doctoral fellow, Micah Cameron Harp, and K-State professor of Agricultural Economics, Nathan Hendricks. This week they discuss the policy surrounding carbon markets and where they see markets like this going in the future.

April 4, 2023
What Producers Should Know About Carbon Credits

We have a conversation on carbon credits with post-doctoral fellow in the Agricultural Economics Department here at K-State, Micah Cameron Harp. He begins with the basics of what a carbon credit is, how they are utilized, and what it looks like to take advantage of the carbon market as an agricultural producer, then shares insight on how credits are generated and the different factors that can impact producer return on investment in these programs.

March 28, 2023
Ethanol Outlook for 2023

We discuss ethanol outlooks for 2023 with K-State grain economist Dan O’Brien. Dan emphasizes the importance of a stable U.S. economy and our nation’s ability to travel this summer when it comes to supporting this vital industry in the Midwest.

March 15, 2023
Reflecting on One Year of War in Ukraine

Ukraine native, Antonina Broyaka reflects on the one-year anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, her journey with her children to K-State, and impacts of the war so far, then continues with discussion of the war's impacts by providing insight on the significant role of infrastructure and exports in supporting not only the agricultural industry of the war-torn country, but the entirety of Ukraine itself.

March 14, 2023
Precision Agriculture Adoption

K-State precision agriculture economist, Terry Griffin, joins us for a conversation on the rate at which technology in the world of precision agriculture is being adopted by producers. Terry highlights the more widely used tools and describes the benefits and costs with implementing these types of technologies.

February 24, 2023
Benefits of Participating in Voluntary Water Programs

Bill Golden has done extensive research analyzing the benefits for producers who participate in voluntary programs such as local enhanced management areas (LEMAs) and water conservation areas. This work has allowed producers to increase water use efficiencies and production efficiencies in ways that they never thought possible before.

February 22, 2023
Financial Protection Programs with Fast Approaching Deadline

Robin Reid and Jenny Ifft focus on ARC, PLC and SCO programs and all that these programs offer. With the March 15 deadline fast approaching, Robin shares everything that a producer should consider when deciding to sign up. Jenny highlights high coverage options such as ECO and SCO and shares that these crop insurance options are little more expensive up front, but have larger pay offs in the end.

February 15, 2023
Are We Preparing for a Recession?

Brian Briggeman discusses the history of rapidly raising interest rates to combat inflation, the current labor market, and consumer demand. Then in part two, Brian continues the conversation, but this time focusing on the impact everything we discussed previously will have on agricultural producers. He shares optimism with land values and gives advice on what producers can actually control right now.

January 26, 2023
Potential for Global Demand Destruction

The recently released January World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report was full of global import and export insight. Guy Allen, senior economist with the International Grains Program, explains how China’s decline in population will affect agricultural trade and the significance of ongoing production success in Brazil and Australia.

January 19, 2023
Understanding Kansas Lease Laws

Kansas lease laws are quite unique when it comes to the rules put in place to protect both landowners and leasers alike. To break down everything listeners should know about the sometimes confusing topic, K-State agricultural economist Robin Reid and LaVell Winsor from the Farm Analyst program join us while also previewing their upcoming 4-part workshop for landowners in January and February.

January 4, 2023
2022's Biggest Ag Stories

A very special guest kicks off this program… that’s right, long-time voice of Agriculture Today, Eric Atkinson joins us for a year in review of 2022’s biggest agricultural stories.

December 20, 2022
The Reach of Extension Programming

K-State Research and Extension director, Gregg Hadley, recaps KSRE programming in 2022, including some of the challenges and the record-breaking reach of KSRE programs in the last 12 months.

December 19, 2022
Net Income and Tips for 2023 Finances

Gregg Ibendahl, K-State farm management specialist, shares a look at the 2022 expected net income for producers. He summarizes the economic challenges producers met this year and provides on advice for producers going into 2023.

December 15, 2022

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