Marketing plans on July 24 Today's Ag The July 24 edition of Today�s Ag will discuss the importance of marketing plans.
Today's Ag managing editor and host Carrie Law said South Dakota State University Extension Marketing Specialist Al May will discuss that topic. It is the first in what is planned as a new segment on the show that will cover crop and livestock marketing and weather each week.
Also on the show, SDSU Extension Soil Fertility Specialist Jim Gerwing will show how a plant tissue analysis can be a plant tool to help producers plan for next year�s crop.
SDSU Extension Veterinarian Russ Daly will offer tips on how to reduce the risk of humans contracting diseases from animals at fairs, achievement days, and petting zoos.
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