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Real Ag is a program for everyone -- both consumers and those in agri-business -- with pertinent information about food and the agriculture industry.

Season 9 Schedule

DateTopicFeatured Guest
FRI Nov. 6Global Food Systems & Kansas

Dr. Peter Dorhout - Kansas State University

Greg Ruehle - Servitech Inc.

Allen Featherstone - Kansas State University

Aaron Baldwin - Southbend Industrial Hemp & Circle K Farming

Jay Wisbey - Kansas State University

FRI Nov. 13Bees

Ryan Morehead Owner/Beekeeper, Excel Bees

Melissa Nelson-Baldwin Performance Crop Research

Aaron Baldwin

Farmer, SouthBend Industrial Hemp & Circle K Farming

FRI Nov. 20Soil Conservation & Health

Walter H. Fick

Kansas State University

Greg Ruehle ServiTech Inc.

Jay Wisbey

Kansas State University

Darren Nicolet

Sorghum Farmer, Great Bend

Pat Janssen

Farmer, Greensburg

FRI Nov. 27Industrial Hemp

Melissa Nelson-Baldwin Performance Crop Research
Aaron Baldwin - Farmer, Southbend Industrial Hemp & Circle K Farming

Richard Baldwin Farmer, Southbend Industrial Hemp & Circle K Farming

Dr. Peter Dorhout

Kansas State University

Walter H. Fick

Kansas State University

Greg Ruehle

ServiTech Inc.

Jay Wisbey

Kansas State University

FRI Dec. 4 at 7:30Sorghum/Milo

Darren Nicolet Sorghum Farmer, Great Bend

Dr. Peter Dorhout

Kansas State University

Walter H. Fick

Kansas State University

Greg Ruehle

ServiTech Inc.

FRI Dec. 11 at 8:30Ag Machinery

Justin Blew - KanEquip, Inc.

Pat Janssen

Farmer in Greensburg

Allen Featherstone

Kansas State University

Greg Ruehle

ServiTech, Inc.

FRI Dec. 18 at 8:30Cotton

Gary Feist Southern Kansas Cotton Growers

Rex Friesen, Ph. D. Southern Kansas Cotton Growers Co-op Inc.

Stewart R. Duncan Kansas State University

Greg Ruehle ServiTech, Inc.

Walter H. Fick Kansas State University

FRI Dec. 25 at 8:302020 Guide

Thank you to the Kansas Soybean Commission

for their continued support of Real Ag!

Real Ag (908) - 2020 Season Guide

From cotton to Milo. Bees to Agricultural Machinery. It has been a busy year for Real Ag. Thanks to all the producers, specialists and other individuals who participated in this season of Real Ag and thank you for watching.

Dec. 18, 2020 - Cotton

Real Ag (907) - Cotton

Real Ag takes a look at cotton, how it’s grown, harvested, and ginned as well as its growing popularity in southern Kansas.

Dec. 11, 2020 - Ag Machinery

Real Ag (906) - Ag Machinery

Real Ag takes a look at agricultural Machinery and how it is used in Kansas. We will speak to a dealer in Great Bend as well as some experts as we take a deeper look into the agricultural machinery aspect of farming. What are the costs and what are the benefits?

Dec. 4, 2020 - Sorghum / Milo

Real Ag 905 - Sorghum/Milo

We take a look at the Sorghum crop grown in Kansas as we speak to a Sorghum farmer as well as some experts on the topic as we take a deeper look into the versatile crop of Sorghum or as some Kansas refer to it as milo.

Nov. 27, 2020 - Industrial Hemp

Real Ag 904 - Industrial Hemp (2020)

We take another look at Industrial Hemp and see how it has progressed in Kansas by talking to some Industrial Hemp farmers, as well as speaking with experts at KSU and other areas to see their perspective on the development of this crop in Kansas since last year.

Nov. 20, 2020 - Soil Conservation & Health

Real Ag 903 - Soil Conservation & Health

The soil may be one of the most important elements to a farmer next to water. What types of soil are there in Kansas and what must we do to protect the soil for the future? We will take a deeper look into soil on this episode of Real Ag on Soil Conservation & Health.

Nov. 13, 2020 - Bees

Real Ag (902) - Bees

How important are bees to the food production cycle in Kansas and are their numbers in decline? What can be done to help the bee population? We speak to a Kansas beekeeper and take a closer look at bees on this episode of Real Ag.

Nov. 6, 2020 - Global Food Systems and Kansas

Real Ag (901) - Global Food Systems & Kansas

We take a look at the global food systems with Professors at Kansas State University as well as get some perspectives from the farmers themselves as we look at Global Food Systems and how Kansas fits in on this episode of Real Ag.