Top 10 Ways to Improve Grilling this Season, Introduction of Special Guest Sharla Huseman – Kansas Beef Council, Common Questions for Sharla, Ag Census Facts, Kansas Beef Council and BCI Collaborate on Events , Actions to Take as a Producer

Welcome to Episode 53 of BCI Cattle Chat which is sponsored by the Kansas Beef Council! Our special guest on this episode is Sharla Huseman, Director of Marketing for the Kansas Beef Council. Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

3:10 – BCI CattleChat Checklist – Top 10 Ways to Improve This Year’s Grilling Season

  • Wireless Thermometers
  • Choose Grilling Cuts – For Information on Correct Meat Cuts, visit https://www.kansasbeef.org/
  • Know Your Seasonings
  • Try New Things
  • Share With Others
  • Plan Time Appropriately
  • Be Patient with Charcoal
  • Let Meat Rest
  • Embrace the Process
  • Match Cooking Device

6:05 – Introduction of Sharla Huseman – Director of Marketing for the Kansas Beef Council

10:30 – Common Questions for Sharla

12:49 – Facts from Ag Census

18:55 – Kansas Beef Council and BCI Collaborate on Events

26:35 – What Actions Can I Take to Make a Difference as a Producer?

For more on BCI Cattle Chat, follow us on Twitter @The_BCI, and check out our new website, ksubci.org. If you have any comments/questions/topic ideas, please send them to bci@ksu.edu. Don’t forget if you enjoy the show, please go give us a rating in iTunes or Google Play.

Special Episode – Quiz Bowl with K-State Animal Science Champion Quadrathlon Team Vs. BCI CattleChat Podcast Team

Welcome to BCI CattleChat! If you enjoy testing your knowledge on animal health, listen to this episode to hear a special quiz bowl hosting the K-State Animal Science Champion Quadrathlon Team Vs. the BCI CattleChat Podcast Team. There are questions from all categories, try to answer the questions before the buzzer goes off and see which team will win it all!

A huge thank you to the ASI Champion Quadrathlon Team for participating in this fun episode. The Champion team consists of; Derek Neal, Senior in Animal Science, Kyndall Norris, Junior in Animal Science, Amanda Roth, Senior in Animal Science, Mark Jameson, Senior in Animal Science and Karol Fike, Professor in Animal Science.

Questions from Ag Census, Pre-Season Bull Training, Top 6 Things to do for Pre-Season Bull Management, Grass Tetany

Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

5:00 – Questions from Ag Census

9:42 – Pre-season Bull TrainingExtension

18:29 – Top 6 Things to do for Pre-Season Bull Management

  • Acclamate Bulls
  • Check Feet and Legs
  • Parasite Control
  • Preventative Health
  • Body Condition
  • Breeding Soundness Exam

19:42 – Grass Tetany

For more on BCI Cattle Chat, follow us on Twitter @The_BCI, and check out our new website, ksubci.org. If you have any comments/questions/topic ideas, please send them to bci@ksu.edu. Don’t forget if you enjoy the show, please go give us a rating in iTunes or Google Play.

Travels of the Podcast Team, Top Strengths of the U.S. Industry, AI Synchronization in Heifers, Stage 2 & 3 Labor

Welcome to Episode 50 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

1:35 – Travels of the Podcast Team

10:20 – Top 9 Strengths of the U.S. Industry

  • Extension
  • Veterinary Training and Diagnostic Labs
  • Productivity and Land Fertility
  • Efficiency and Knowledge
  • Investment in Research
  • Infrastructure Investment (Roads, Railroads, Rivers, Etc.)
  • Education
  • Data Availability
  • People and Producers in Agriculture

13:18 – AI Synchronization in Heifers

18:54 – Stage 2 & 3 Labor

For more on BCI Cattle Chat, follow us on Twitter @The_BCI, and check out our new website, ksubci.org. If you have any comments/questions/topic ideas, please send them to bci@ksu.edu. Don’t forget if you enjoy the show, please go give us a rating in iTunes or Google Play.