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Beef Buzz with Ron Hays on RON (Radio Oklahoma Network)

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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 on the latest livestock news.

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

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 on the latest livestock news.

Language:

English

Contact:

405 841 3675


Episodes

Ample Cattle Feed Supplies Good News For Producers

6/3/2020
In a world filled with negative news Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU Extension livestock market economist offered some hope for livestock producers. In comments on the K-State Radio Network this week Peel said there are adequate supplies of feed stocks in most of the country.

Duration:00:04:59

Packing Plants Quickly Returning To Year-Ago Capacity

6/2/2020
Beef processing is nearing year-ago capacity quicker than many experts predicted and Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU Extension livestock market economist explains why in today"s Beef Buzz with Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays.

Duration:00:05:41

California Scientist Believes Cattle Are Not Adding Extra Methane To The Environment

6/1/2020
Cattle are not adding extra methane to the environment according to Dr. Frank Mitloehner, professor and air quality specialist in Cooperative Extension in the Animal Science Department at the University of California, Davis. Mitloehner was a keynote speaker during the recent virtual ONE, Alltech Ideas Conference.

Duration:00:05:24

Cong. Frank Lucas Suggests Meat Packing Industry Has Become Too Concentrated

5/29/2020
During an Oklahoma Farm Bureau webinar this week, U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas (R-OK) said he expects changes in the meat packing industry following the coronavirus pandemic"s impact on producers and consumers. Today"s Beef Buzz features some of the more interesting comments from Cong.

Duration:00:05:49

Amount of CFAP Payment For Cow/Calf Producers Dependent on Timing and Managment Practices

5/28/2020
Farmers and ranchers can now enroll in the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) and Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays talked with Dr. Amy Hagerman, Assistant Professor in Agriculture and Food Policy at Oklahoma State University about the impact on beef producers.

Duration:00:05:45

Amount of CFAP Payment For Cow/Calf Producers Dependent on Managment Practices

5/28/2020
Farmers and ranchers can now enroll in the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) and Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays talked with Dr. Amy Hagerman, Assistant Professor in Agriculture and Food Policy at Oklahoma State University about the impact on beef producers.

Duration:00:05:45

CFAP Payments For Cattle Producers Close To Estimated Losses Says OSU's Derrell Peel

5/27/2020
The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) payments headed to farmers and ranchers are designed to reflect actual losses for beef producers. The cattle industry put together a task force directed by Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU livestock market economist, to look at the losses in the early days of the pandemic.

Duration:00:05:05

OSU's Dr. Peel Says Packing Plants Have Incentive To Return To Full Capacity

5/26/2020
The beef supply pipeline is slowly improving, getting better each day and that is no surprise to Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU Extension livestock economist. Peel recently spoke with Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays and said the plants have incentive to get back to normal capacity.

Duration:00:05:48

No Surprises Found in the May USDA Cattle on Feed Report- So Says OSU Economist Dr. Derrell Peel

5/23/2020
Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Market Economist Dr. Derrell Peel says that the latest USDA Cattle on Feed Report confirmed with actual numbers what was playing out in the backup of market ready cattle because of the COVID 19 debacle.

Duration:00:05:12

Animal Rights Activists Using COVID-19 Crisis To Attack Ag Animal Industry

5/22/2020
Amanda Radke, a fifth-generation rancher from Mitchell, South Dakota, and blogger for Beef Magazine, tackled the issue of animal rights activists during her presentation this week on the virtual ONE: Alltech Ideas Conference. Radke said the activists are using the coronavirus crisis as an excuse to attack the agriculture animal industry.

Duration:00:05:51

NCBA President Marty Smith Encouraged By Government Aid Program And Packing Plant Progress

5/22/2020
Two of the nation"s major farm groups, the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association and American Farm Bureau, were asked to participate in the Coronavirus Food Assistance program announcement this week at the White House.

Duration:00:05:45

NCBA President Marty Smith Encouraged By Government Aid Program And Packing Plant Progress

5/21/2020
Two of the nation"s major farm groups, the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association and American Farm Bureau, were asked to participate in the Coronavirus Food Assistance program announcement this week at the White House. NCBA President Marty Smith represented his group and later talked with Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays.

Duration:00:05:45

Boxed Beef Prices Fall As Supply Chain Catches Up With Demand

5/20/2020
Boxed beef prices have quickly fallen from their record high of $479 last week and that is no surprise to Dr. Glynn Tonsor, Kansas State University Extension livestock market economist. The supply story has changed in the last two weeks, Tonsor said.

Duration:00:06:07

Packing Plants Slowly Increasing Capacity But It Could Take Months To Work Off Cattle Back Log, Says KSU's Dr. Glynn Tonsor

5/19/2020
Meat packing plants are slowly increasing capacity, but it could be months before the cattle backlog is vanquished, said Dr. Glynn Tonsor, Kansas State University Extension livestock market economist during recent comments on the K-State Radio Network.

Duration:00:06:00

Packing Plants Slowly Increasing Capacity But It Could Months To Wrok Off Cattle Back Log, Says KSU's Dr. Glynn Tonsor

5/19/2020
Meat packing plants are slowly increasing capacity, but it could be months before the cattle backlog is vanquished, said Dr. Glynn Tonsor, Kansas State University Extension livestock market economist during recent comments on the K-State Radio Network.

Duration:00:06:00

Consumers Will Have Plenty of Beef For Memorial Day Cookouts, Says NCBA's Colin Woodall

5/18/2020
Consumers are going to have enough beef for their Memorial Day cookout, said Colin Woodall, CEO of the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association. Woodall recently spoke with Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays, and his message was clear, the overall beef supply situation is quickly improving.

Duration:00:05:24

More Relief Could Be Headed To The Farm, Says NCBA's Colin Woodall

5/15/2020
More relief could be headed to the farm as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, said Colin Woodall, CEO of the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association, during an interview this week with Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays. Relief could come in the form of direct payments and/or policy changes.

Duration:00:05:58

Beef Exports Value Estimated at $1 Billion For U.S. Cattle Producers, Says Dr. Derrell Peel

5/14/2020
One billion dollars is a lot of money! That"s the estimated value assigned to beef exports for U.S. cattle, says Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU livestock economist. Peel was one of several presenters in an on-line webinar this week coordinated by Texas AgriLife Extension, West Virginia University and North Dakota State University.

Duration:00:05:41

Beef Exports Value Estimated at $1 Billioin For U.S. Cattle Producers, Says Dr. Derrell Peel

5/14/2020
One billion dollars is a lot of money! That"s the estimated value assigned to beef exports for U.S. cattle, says Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU livestock economist. Peel was one of several presenters in an on-line webinar this week coordinated by Texas AgriLife Extension, West Virginia University and North Dakota State University.

Duration:00:05:41

NCBA's Alisa Harrison Explains New Beef Consumer Research And Memorial Day Campaign

5/13/2020
Robust consumer research is underway by the cattle industry, trying to understand buying habits and how best to meet their needs said Alisa Harrison, senior vice president of global marketing and research for the National Cattlemen"s Beef Association.

Duration:00:05:51