Grassland benefits on Nov. 21 Today's Ag Grassland management is the subject on the Nov. 21 edition on Today's Ag.
Today's Ag managing editor and host Carrie Law said a segment of the show will introduce viewers to cattle producers who depend on grasslands to feed their livestock.
The show airs on KELO-TV, Sioux Falls, Sunday at 10:35 p.m.
South Dakota State University Extension Range Specialist Roger Gates explains how good condition rangeland promotes thorough infiltration and restoration of groundwater.
Hyde County ranger Jim Faulstich and Kurt Forman of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service discuss the impact grasslands have on wildlife populations.
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Today's Ag is a weekly half-hour news show about agriculture and rural life. The show features unbiased, science-based information from land grant universities in the Midwest, and is produced by South Dakota State University.