This as your camp page country eleven show howdy neighbors and good morning until -- -- Hayes KFH farm director with you on this Wednesday morning. The fourteenth day of may 1975. And checking our agricultural headlines on this Wednesday morning. The house voted yesterday to sustain president Ford's veto the one year emergency farm bill. This vote kills the emergency farm bill -- of the possibility that loan rates and target price levels will be high. Two levels higher than existing current farm law. Thanks secretary -- but yesterday called the house for earlier to override president Ford's farm bill Vito. A gratified both and they victory for president Ford's fight to cut government spending. USDA yesterday said that -- may have the first there were 5589000. Head of cattle on feed in the seven major media states. This figure is 33%. Less -- may first 1970. War. The Kansas association of wheat growers are coming out strongly in favor of aggressive orderly marketing state president Thomas founder of Wellington has. Details -- that they possibly not make any capital expenditures such as purchasing machinery or something of that nature. They're not only in the market is down to the person they're not cannot have a problem -- we did not purchase anything. Will be and further comments from Thomas Bender on the subject later this morning on the KFH country living show. I department officials are still waiting for Canada to make the first move toward easing meat and livestock import quotas. The crews were mostly imposed by Canada and then by the United States in retaliation. John junior Armstrong president of the Kansas farm bureau wasn't surprised by the veto the farm bill being sustained. We -- John yesterday afternoon you'll be hearing his comments Rubin later this morning here on KFH. Finally groundwater management doesn't care the very showed picnic are just a few of the items will be haven't farm calendar this morning. You'll be hearing details of these events and more at 6:45. AM this morning. During -- -- Michael show. 54444. Minutes after they have 5 AM and checking whether details for you at 5:30 this morning. UK FH -- -- show. Run is what did along with Neil Diamond. Good morning. Where he had. It's -- 53 birthday and our way of saying thank you for listening to change. Each had neighbors and good morning to you at 53030. Minutes after 5 AM when you're KFH country living show -- -- -- whether cynopsis on this Wednesday morning a slow moving cool prone to move eastward over Kansas Tuesday night and Wednesday. These general rains and stay with local heavy accumulations in the west and south. -- amounts were commonly and in two more. The greatest accumulations on the south central area from Wichita south and southwest. Or two to three -- amounts were reported with -- reporter named storm total of some. Three and a quarter inches. Precipitation tapered off to the northeast with only traces in the northeast corner of the sunflower state. And we have sent telegrams to this affect you -- many. Of the labor unions stating that this is a policy were going to ask our people to follow. And along with this we have notified only larger -- dealers are companies manufacturers throughout the country. Camel stretch understate present the Kansas association of wheat growers looking at the some of the possible pleased that could be coming up near future. As far as the Kansas association -- growers are concerned. Most certainly looking at the possibility of holding their -- off the -- and orderly marketing manner in 1970. Once again. I'm 4218. Minutes before the have 6 AM eighteen before six. So out of camera steady to higher yesterday's trade butcher -- are mostly lower slaughter lambs were steady to a little bit stronger. And -- mostly higher we check market details later this morning. -- FH -- and show glad to have you on this Wednesday morning. -- Kansas role in this cattle on feed report. It indicates that we had 12% fewer cattle -- -- a year ago. But four and a half percent more. Then one month ago from the first of April to the first of may. We know we harvest will be starting just a very very few weeks now. And ravens crap implements and Whitewater have a couple of -- come by and that are going to meet your needs if you're looking for a -- -- first of all they have in 1969960. -- come by. With cabin can look. Sam calls it real flake we had a chance to look at those the other day and they -- when you get the job done right. They also have a nasty 82 come -- that runs really well it's a good basic unit for your needs. In addition ravens got a group they have a larger inventory 60000. Dollars large amounts Chalmers parts so you can get and then get out fast doing this busy spring season. But remember car slam or. At 7992141. That sand or. 7992141. For information released to use come by and we just talked about. Ravens -- implements south main in Whitewater Kansas. I mean that top -- news in the morning the head of the Kansas crop and livestock reporting service -- yesterday afternoon. That rainfall over western Kansas in the last 44 hours -- real boon for wheat growers in that area. Okay. And lots. Touting Nader's decision had they spent eleven show at 515 to eight before 6 AM at three before the Iowa have KFH news upcoming and ten minutes after 6 AM we have comments this morning from John junior Armstrong president of Kansas farm bureau talking about the sustain them president Ford's veto of the emergency farm legislation. Went over Iran moves the markets today Wichita yesterday thunderous -- were from fifty sometime Sutter for sperm counts are fifty cent piece higher. Slaughter steers mostly -- choice topped -- yesterday at 51 dollars and done. Barrows and gilts were route to a quarter lower with market top of 4650. And as far as those sounds were confirmed they were somewhat higher in the trade yesterday at the Wichita yards a dollar -- to be exact. 330 to 600 pounds forty to 42 dollars per hundred weight and news. At a neighbor's ten minutes after 6 AM on this Wednesday morning. -- opportunity to reach John junior Armstrong state present in the Kansas farm bureau yesterday afternoon his office in Manhattan. I asked John those thoughts of the house they -- to override the -- Vito the 75. Farm bill. I wasn't surprised on the Vito. To sustain president Ford's veto of emergency farm bill. I care about the bill would basically assembled. And the files. And it's. We're not corrected by -- house of the Senate before it reached for president Ford. And I think the best course. Probably was to kill -- so congress could start over and develop a more compatible -- Now in the they -- sensitive side dissimilar. Can president Ford. Requesting. We have way. Part of guarantees that the administration -- the -- -- culture. -- not restrict exports sales of American farm products. As this happened this on at least two recent cases. And I think this is the real. The real crux of the thing that prefer going to work in view of the forecast that we've just said we're we're gonna have a 16%. Larger we drop -- chances of a sizable soybean and corn crop. We've just got to have open access to foreign markets. I think this is the best opportunity that we've got to sell these larger problem. John junior I'm stunned state president of the Kansas grown hero commenting on the farm bill in 1935. In fact they rose of course vetoed by president Ford. The veto sustained yesterday afternoon by the US House of Representatives. We'll be checking the weekly shopper's guide from the Kansas farm bureau and also our farm 20645. This morning. Ron -- KFH. -- -- on May 26. All hit KFH will be 53 years old.