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Around The Caprock: Jan. 25-29

This week's editions of Around the Caprock on the Texas Farm Bureau Radio Network were highlighted by the news that Dr. Brent Auvermann has been selected to serve on the USDA Task Force for Air Quality Research. Dr. Auvermann is center director at the Texas &M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Amarillo.


During the week, we also featured reports on the recent downtrend in the numbers of cattle being placed in Texas feedyards and what factors will likely prevent a significant increase in soybean acres occurring this year despite high prices.


Links for each this week's reports are provided here:


Monday, Jan. 25 - Feedyard placements down in Texas. Guest: Brady Miller of Texas Cattle Feeders Association https://soundcloud.com/texasfarmbureau/12521-decline-in-cattle-placements


Tuesday, Jan. 26 - Despite higher prices, don't expect a soybean boom in our region. Guest: David Gibson of the Texas Soybean Association

https://soundcloud.com/texasfarmbureau/12621-soybean-boom-in-the-texas-high-plains-unlikely


Wednesday, Jan.27 - (Part 1 of 3): Dr. Brent Auvermann of Texas A&M AgriLife discusses his appointment to the USDA Task Force for Air Quality Research.

https://soundcloud.com/texasfarmbureau/12721-texan-named-to-ag-air-quality-committee?in=texasfarmbureau/sets/around-the-caprock


Thursday, Jan. 28 - (Part 2 of 3): Dr. Brent Auvermann of Texas A&M AgriLife discusses his appointment to the USDA Task Force for Air Quality Research.

https://soundcloud.com/texasfarmbureau/12821-improving-agriculture-air-quality?in=texasfarmbureau/sets/around-the-caprock


Friday, Jan. 29 - (Part 3 of 3): Dr. Brent Auvermann of Texas A&M AgriLife discusses his appointment to the USDA Task Force for Air Quality Research.

https://soundcloud.com/texasfarmbureau/12921-texas-researcher-appointed-to-federal-task-force?in=texasfarmbureau/sets/around-the-caprock

Dr. Brent Auvermann (Photo Courtesy of Texas A&M AgriLife)

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