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That’s My Farm

Welcome! Every Friday on AG am in Kansas viewers have the opportunity for an up-close look at modern ag production on That’s My Farm. Come with us as we interview Kansas beef, dairy, pork and grain producers and see how these large and small farm businesses produce food and fuel for Kansans and the rest of the world. We’ll get to know these farmers and ranchers and see what their day-to-day lives are like; understand the challenges they face and know what life on a Kansas farm is really like. more
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Around Kansas

Come with Frank and Deb as they go Around Kansas! If you have ever complained that there is nothing interesting to do or see in Kansas, you won’t want to miss AG am in Kansas on Wednesday mornings as we celebrate the history, culture and business innovation of the people of Kansas. We’ll take the back roads and the main highways to see the places, meet the people and learn about the events that shape our great state. more
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AG am in Kansas

Welcome to AG am in Kansas, the only locally produced daily ag show on television in the state. AG am in Kansas offers a close look at Kansas agriculture and rural life, featuring stories about animal agriculture and the people who produce our food; the wide variety of products manufactured here; educational and informative ag stories courtesy of Kansas State University and reports from the many ag-related conventions, fairs and events going on in the state. We’ll also tell stories about interesting people, places and things that all come together to make Kansas a great state. more
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Doc Talk

Welcome to DocTalk! Every week our host, Dr. Dan Thomson, brings his knowledge of animal agriculture to our viewers as he and his guests discuss current issues facing the animal ag industry. Topics range from food animal welfare and management to animal ag research, carbon-foot printing issues, companion animal health and the many ways American farmers and ranchers keep our food supply safe. more