Market Journal | July 5, 2019 (Full Episode)

July 5, 2019
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This week on Market Journal… (01:24) Lameness in Livestock – With many pastures saturated from spring and summer storms, foot rot in your cattle may be an issue. Oklahoma State University’s Dr. Glenn Selk explains what to look for, and how to treat your affected animals. (05:56) This Week in the Markets – Iowa State University Ag Economist Dr. Chad Hart breaks down the numbers from the USDA June Acreage report and the ripple effect it may have on various markets. Chad also provides an update on new E15 legislation, and how it’s impacting producers. (12:07) Al’s Forecast – July has been a hot one, but what does the upcoming week have in store? Nebraska Extension Ag Climatologist Al Dutcher has the forecast. (15:29) Scotch Thistle – This is a weed that’s tough to contain. Extension Educator Gary Stone tells you where to find scotch thistle and how to manage it. You can find more information at this link: (19:48) Flies on Cattle – Flies on your cattle can put a hurt on their value. Hear the types of flies you’ll see, and the best ways to control them. More information can be found here: (21:17) Renting Your Land for Hunting – If you’re unable to plant this year, you may want to consider renting out your land for hunting. Extension’s Randy Saner explains what could work for you. (22:26) Weed Management Field Day Wrap – There was a big turnout to the recent Weed Management Field Day at the South Central Ag Lab. We’ve got a wrap on the event’s demonstrations and research. Next Week… Muddy feedlots can hinder your animal's performance. Hear some things you can do. Plus, summer is a time for pests. We'll tell you what soybean producers need to be watching for. WEBSITE: FACEBOOK: TWITTER: INSTAGRAM: