In this episode, Progressive Cattle Podcast co-host Paul Marchant visits with Dave Nichols, an emeritus professor at Kansas State University about his experiences as a livestock judge and educator, discussing opportunities to bridge the gap between agriculture and consumers. Progressive Cattle Editor David Cooper also visits with K-State ag economist Ted Schroeder about the changing elements in the cattle markets, and the potential pitfalls of mandating cash cattle markets. Co-hosts David, Paul and Carrie Veselka also share a preview of the November issue, and talk about what they're grateful for this Thanksgiving season.
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Season 3, Episode 13
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