"We'll talk about how the feedlot facility can impact cattle performance," said Today's Ag producer and host Carrie Law. "SDSU Extension Beef Feedlot Specialist Erik Loe and SDSU Extension Structures and Environment Specialist Steve Pohl will discuss research with three different types of feedlot facilities conducted at SDSU's Opportunities Farm in Lennox."
In another segment, SDSU Extension Beef Reproduction Management Specialist George Perry will show viewers how to detect standing estrus in beef cattle.
"We'll also speak with SDSU Extension Area Management Specialist Jack Davis about tax matters in relation to selling livestock under drought conditions," Law said.
And SDSU Extension State Climatologist Dennis Todey will give viewers the latest climate update.
The show airs Fridays on SDPB � Television at 9 p.m. Central Time, 8 p.m. Mountain.
Today's Ag is a weekly half-hour educational program about agriculture and rural community needs and issues. The show features unbiased, science-based information from Ag Experiment Station researchers and Extension professionals and is produced by the South Dakota State University Cooperative Extension Service.
Computer users can watch current and past editions of Today's Ag at any time by going to the program's Web site, http://todaysag.sdstate.edu. For more information about SDSU Extension's television programming, log on to http://sdces.sdstate.edu/.