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Beef Buzz from Radio Oklahoma

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Bartlesville, OK

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Beef Buzz is a daily radio program on the Radio Oklahoma Network. Ron Hays keeps Oklahoma cattle producers up to speed.

Language:

English

Contact:

405 841 3675


Episodes

Activists Boldly Upfront About Their True Goals for Animal Agriculture, "We're Not Here to Negotiate"

8/24/2017
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One goal was made very clear by activists during their annual meeting held in Virginia just recently - to end all forms of animal agriculture regardless of how well animals are cared for.

Duration: 00:05:59


Activists Boldly Upfront About Their True Goals for Animal Agriculture, "We're Not Here to Negotiate"

8/23/2017
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One goal was made very clear by activists during their annual meeting held in Virginia just recently - to end all forms of animal agriculture regardless of how well animals are cared for.

Duration: 00:05:59


Animal Activist Groups Encouraging Followers to Harass Local Businesses to Force Their Compliance

8/22/2017
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The Animal Agriculture Alliance recently published their annual report on observations made while monitoring the National Animal Rights Conference held not long ago in Alexandria, Virginia.

Duration: 00:05:10


Recent Tactics Being Adopted by Animal Rights Activist Groups Becoming Alarming to Agri Industry

8/21/2017
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For many years the Animal Agriculture Alliance has published reports on animal rights conferences, as a way to be the industry"s eyes and ears, to monitor activist groups in order to stay ahead of potential threats and offensive tactics towards producers and packers.

Duration: 00:04:30


OK Cattlemen's Assoc. Gears Up for Annual Range Round Up Benefiting Children's Miracle Network

8/18/2017
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This year marks the 33rd year the Oklahoma Cattlemen"s Association has hosted the Range Round Up, a rodeo of sorts featuring instead of traditional events, some competitions more comparable to the everyday chores ranch hands deal with on a daily basis.

Duration: 00:05:03


Internet Tools a Great Resource to Help Producers Develop Marketing Strategies and Manage Risk

8/17/2017
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The web-based calculator tool called, BeefBasis.com, is free to use and helps producers run the numbers on cattle marketing opportunities in their specific locations. Dr.

Duration: 00:04:29


NAFTA Renegotiations Get Underway Today - NCBA's Kent Bacus Hopeful for a Positive Outcome

8/16/2017
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Starting today, Wednesday, the first round of renegotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement get underway. Trade Specialist for the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association Kent Bacus, says this first round of meetings will be focused on setting the ground rules for the negotiations going forward.

Duration: 00:05:55


Effects of Geopolitical Concerns and Outside Influences Becoming Apparent in Global Beef Trade

8/15/2017
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Geopolitical concerns regarding the rising tensions between the United States and North Korea have been taking their toll on the global beef market lately, says Dr. Glynn Tonsor, Kansas State University agricultural economist.

Duration: 00:04:56


Last Chance to Comment on WOTUS Repeal - NCBA Urges Producers Submit Comments By Aug. 28

8/14/2017
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Scott Yager, who works on environmental issues for the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association, is currently spearheading the association"s efforts to influence the repeal and replace action on the Waters of the United States by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Duration: 00:05:34


To Succeed in China- US Beef Industry Must be Patient

8/12/2017
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Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays had the chance to speak with Phil Seng, president and CEO of the US Meat Export Federation earlier in the summer, and according to him, beef exports in 2017 have been incredibly strong.

Duration: 00:04:30


Need for Japanese Trade Deal Underscored by Tariff Rate Hike, TPP'ers Now Have the Upper Hand

8/10/2017
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The Japanese government announced last month, that its so-called �safeguard mechanism� has been triggered by the amount of �frozen� beef that has been imported into their market by other countries, including the US.

Duration: 00:04:58


Need for Japanese Trade Deal Underscored by Tariff Rate Hike, TPP'ers Now Have the Upper Hand

8/10/2017
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The Japanese government announced last month, that its so-called �safeguard mechanism� has been triggered by the amount of �frozen� beef that has been imported into their market by other countries, including the US.

Duration: 00:04:58


LMIC's Jim Robb Says Optimism Returning to the Marketplace As Prices Rise Above Year-Ago Levels

8/9/2017
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Jim Robb is executive director of the Livestock Market Information Center located in Denver, working with land grant universities across the country analyzing the cattle and beef markets. Some of his most recent work, though, has led him to take a midyear look at stocker and calf prices nationally.

Duration: 00:04:30


Severe Drought Conditions in the North Starting to Cause Nation's Mama Cow Herd to Dry Up into '18

8/8/2017
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It"s possible the severely dry weather we are experiencing this year, especially up North in the Dakotas and surrounding areas, could potentially impact the size of our mama cow herd as we head towards the new year.

Duration: 00:05:35


Meet California Producer Kevin Kester, NCBA's President-elect Who's Eager to Tackle the Big Issues

8/8/2017
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During the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association Summer Conference in Denver a few weeks ago, Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays had the chance to speak with and get to know a little bit NCBA"s President-elect Kevin Kester, a cattle producer from Monterrey County California.

Duration: 00:05:15


Okla's Livestock Industry Leaders Join in Preparation for the Potential Threat of an FMD Outbreak

8/4/2017
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Since 1929, there have been no confirmed cases of Foot & Mouth Disease in the US. But, experts say it is only a matter of time before a potential economically devastating FMD outbreak might occur in our nation"s livestock industry.

Duration: 00:05:33


Vet Specialist AJ Tarpoff Offers Advice on Successfully Managing Peak Season Horn Fly Populations

8/4/2017
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When it comes to Horn flies, it is all about the season and we are just weeks away from starting Round #2 this year. According to Extension Veterinary Specialist A.J. Tarpoff of Kansas State University, over the course of a typical year there are two seasons in which Horn fly populations tend to peak.

Duration: 00:05:19


NCBA's Scott Yager Urges Producers to Submit Comments to EPA in Support of Repealing WOTUS

8/2/2017
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In February, after Donald Trump became President, he signed an executive order asking the Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider the controversial Waters of the United States rule, that the agency had implemented in 2015 under the administration of Gina McArthy.

Duration: 00:05:35


Economist Shannon Ferrell Describes the Source from which the WOTUS Rule's Confusion Flows

8/1/2017
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This past week, roughly 120 agricultural and government leaders met in Oklahoma City for a listening session hosted by Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, as he continues to gather information on how to best rewrite the current form of the Waters of the United States rule, or WOTUS, implemented by the Obama-era...

Duration: 00:05:22


Should Animal Disease Traceability Programs be Mandatory? More and More Producers Saying Yes

7/31/2017
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While a recent case of atypical BSE in an 11-year-old cow found just a couple weeks ago in Alabama, proved to be nothing more than a momentary hiccup - it did have one impact. Colin Woodall with the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association told Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays, it has brought the issue of animal...

Duration: 00:04:29

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