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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.

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

Bartlesville, OK

Description:

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

No, It's Not Fake News - Starting Monday, Producers will be Required to File Report on POOP to EPA

1/19/2018
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As of Monday, January 22nd, farmers and ranchers that fall within a certain threshold of ammonia and hydrogen sulfide emissions - that is, the breakdown of manure from livestock - must begin reporting their estimates for continuous low-level emissions to the Coast Guard and the Environmental Protection Agency as mandated in the CERCLA and...

Duration: 00:05:35


Don't Be Fooled by China's Slow Start - Derrell Peel Says Its Beef Market Holds Tremendous Potential

1/18/2018
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Until President Donald Trump, none of the previous administrations were able to reopen China"s marketplace to US beef since the infamous BSE scare, or �Cow That Stole Christmas� in Washington state. Trump managed to get the job done, though, in mid-2017. Still, even though the US has access, China has yet to buy much beef at all.

Duration: 00:04:29


Beef Exports Likely to Set Full Year Records in Volume and Value- Derrell Peel Analyzes 2017 Trends

1/17/2018
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November 2017 U.S. beef export value took another step toward a likely full-year value record. Beef export volume reached 246.7 million pounds in November, down 3 percent from November 2016 but still the second-highest monthly total of the year.

Duration: 00:04:37


Ag Industry Holds Its Breath as FDA Mulls Proposed Regulation to Squash Gene Editing Applications

1/16/2018
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Days before the current Administration took office, the Obama Food & Drug Administration proposed a regulation that would consider animals bred as a result of gene editing, would be considered and regulated as a drug. Dr.

Duration: 00:04:54


What's Drugs Got to Do With It? Misconceptions Keeping Gene Editing from Revolutionizing Animal Agriculture

1/15/2018
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Dr. Alison Van Eenanaam of the University of California Davis, is a world leader in animal genetics and biotechnology. Especially in the art of gene editing.

Duration: 00:05:04


What's Drugs Got to Do It? Misconceptions Keeping Gene Editing from Revolutionizing Ag Industry

1/15/2018
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Dr. Alison Van Eenanaam of the University of California Davis, is a world leader in animal genetics and biotechnology. Especially in the art of gene editing.

Duration: 00:05:04


In an Industry Where Variability Abounds, Keeping Your Pencil Sharp Might Make All the Difference

1/12/2018
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There"s a tremendous amount of difference between beef cow herds and how they are managed from operation to operation.

Duration: 00:05:12


With Tax Reform, Trade Negotiations Underway NCBA President-Elect Talks Where to Go from Here

1/11/2018
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Aside from speaking with several leaders within the American Farm Bureau Federation during the organization"s national convention this week, Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays also spoke with other industry leaders, including the president-elect of the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association Kevin Kester, a cattle...

Duration: 00:05:07


So, Just How Big is the US Cow Herd? LMIC's Jim Robb Says It's Big, But Growth Rate is Moderating

1/10/2018
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One thing the beef industry will be looking for as we start the new year, is the official number on the US beef cow herd, to get an idea on how much it has grown over the past year.

Duration: 00:04:52


Cattle Market Success in 2017 "Bodes Well" for Next Few Years as Industry Faces More Production

1/9/2018
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Jim Robb is executive director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center based in Denver, where he works with land-grant universities across the country providing market analysis for both the beef and pork industries.

Duration: 00:04:59


LMIC's Jim Robb Highlights the Dynamics that Supported Better Than Expected Cattle Markets in '17

1/8/2018
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Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays recently looked back on 2017 with Jim Robb of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, who says this past year turned out to perform much better than most in the agriculture industry would have anticipated.

Duration: 00:05:10


NCBA Racing Against the Clock to Ensure Congress Makes Progress on Farm Bill Before Mid-Terms

1/5/2018
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With the New Year comes the potential political swings of the November mid-term elections. Lead lobbyist for the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association Colin Woodall says this means there is limited time to get as much done legislatively as possible, before lawmakers in Washington, D.C.

Duration: 00:04:29


Colin Woodall Talks Trade and More on Today's Beef Buzz

1/4/2018
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NCBA Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Colin Woodall talks trade and ELDs in our latest Beef Buzz- hosted by Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays.

Duration: 00:05:21


To Reach Out to Millennials- Visual is the Language of Information Today

1/3/2018
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Jason Dorsey is one of the leading experts on both Millennials (or Generation Y) and Generation Z. These two generations encompass adults and teens under the age of 40- with Millennials the focus of marketing efforts that have been developed by the Beef Checkoff in recent years.

Duration: 00:05:50


Know Thy Customers is Excellent Advice- For Beef Producers- That Means Listening to Jason Dorsey Explain Millennials

1/2/2018
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Both the beef and pork checkoffs have turned their promotional attention toward Generation Y- otherwise known as the Millennials. They are being called the most influential generation of customers, citizens, and employees since the Baby Boomers were in their forties and fifties.

Duration: 00:04:58


Cattlemen's College Celebrates 25 Years in Phoenix- NCBA's Josh White Details an Extensive Program for 2018

12/28/2017
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Cattlemen gathering at the 2018 Cattlemen"s College in Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 30 - 31 can save money by pre-registering for the event by Jan. 5. Along with an outstanding educational event, participants will have the opportunity to hear from the president of Arby"s Restaurant Group, Inc., who will present the keynote address on Wednesday, Jan.

Duration: 00:04:55


OSU Livestock Market Economist Derrell Peel Expects Slightly Bigger Beef Cow Number as of January First

12/27/2017
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The annual U.S. cattle inventory numbers in the January report are eagerly anticipated, not only to confirm what happened to the nation"s beef cow herd in 2017 but for indications of what lies ahead in 2018.

Duration: 00:05:34


OSU's Peel Digs Deeper Into the Final Cattle on Feed Numbers of 2017

12/26/2017
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According to Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Market Economist Dr. Derrell Peel- the latest Cattle on Feed report pegged the December 1 feedlot inventory at 11.512 million head, 108 percent of last year. This is an additional 864,000 head in feedlots compared to December 2016.

Duration: 00:04:29


Scott Stuart Leaves Livestock Producers Association to Join Cattlemen's Beef Board as Its New CEO

12/22/2017
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After an extensive search, the Cattlemen"s Beef Promotion & Research Board (CBB) has named Scott Stuart of Colorado as the new chief executive officer, effective February 1, 2018. Stuart has an extensive background in the livestock industry, including board management and as a contractor to the beef board.

Duration: 00:05:12


Scott Yager Briefs Cattlemen on Latest Environmental Issues that Have Landed on NCBA"s Radar

12/21/2017
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Environmental Counsel for the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association Scott Yager recently spoke with cattle producers across the country via a year-end webinar to discuss some of the regulatory issues concerning cattlemen that have unfolded in Washington, DC during 2017.

Duration: 00:04:59

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