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On this episode, presented by Massey Ferguson and Hesston, Julie Davis, Senior Director of Workforce Development for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers discusses the importance of public-private partnerships in developing programs that foster workforce and economic development. Eric Dean, President of the International Association of Bridge…
 
On this episode, presented by Massey Ferguson and Hesston, Certis Biologicals’ Rob Gibson discusses the company’s partnership with another ag bio leader, Novozymes. We have details on the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Federal Milk Marketing Order Forum, which will be held in Kansas City this October. We also discuss the importance of farm succe…
 
On this episode, American Farm Bureau Federation Golden Plow Award Winner Sen. John Boozman (R-Arkansas), discusses the state of the agriculture industry, rural broadband and the 2023 Farm Bill. White House Council of Economic Advisors Member Jared Bernstein returns to discuss the second-quarter GDP report and the latest Federal Reserve interest ra…
 
On this episode, National Farmers Union President Rob Larew and Senior Advisor Anne Steckel discuss some of the pressing issues in agriculture including the 2023 farm bill, labor and biofuels. Tim Koch, Executive Vice President of Business Development for Farm Credit Services of America, talks about rising farmland values in some parts of the Unite…
 
On this Episode, Massey Ferguson’s Adam Sills discusses the company’s 175 anniversary celebration and looks to the brand’s future, driven by innovation. White House Council of Economic Advisers member Jared Bernstein discusses the June Consumer Price Index and inflation’s impact on rural America. Jesse Allen and Global Commodity Analytics’ Mike Zuz…
 
On this episode, American Farm Bureau Federation Economist Veronica Nigh provides some context on the USDA’s recent acreage report, and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative CEO Tim Trotter talks about the organization’s priorities for reforming the federal milk pricing system. Indigo Ag’s Heather Gieske discusses the company’s first issuance of carbon cre…
 
On this episode, Chris Bliley of Growth Energy and Paul Winters of the Clean Fuels Alliance discuss the current state of the biofuels industry as the nation grapples with high fuel prices and as the industry positions for the next farm bill. We hear about the benefits of crop insurance from farmers represented by National Crop Insurance Services an…
 
On this episode, we discuss the state of the agricultural and pet feed industry with Constance Cullman and Mallory Gaines of the American Feed Industry Association. We also discuss the Ocean Shipping Reform Act’s impact on agriculture with Krysta Harden, President and CEO of the U.S. Dairy Export Council and Jim Mulhern, President of the National M…
 
On this episode, American Agri-Women 2022 Champion of Agriculture, California First District Congressman and rice farmer Doug LaMalfa, discusses his thoughts on the current state of the agriculture industry. Firestone Ag and emerging country music artists Dillon Carmichael team up to “Rock the Crop,” and April was another banner month for U.S. meat…
 
On this episode we discuss the state of the sugar industry with Luther Markwart of the American Sugarbeet Growers Association and Dr. Robert Johansson with the American Sugar Alliance. We also talk about the state of agricultural retail with Daren Coppock of the Agricultural Retailers Association. We learn of South Korea’s move to suspend duties on…
 
On this episode, Farmer Veteran Coalition’s Rachel Petitt stops by to talk about the recent awarding of Farmer Veteran Fellowship Fund grants to help U.S. military veterans embark upon a career in agriculture. Also, National Association of Wheat Growers CEO Chandler Goule discusses the state of the wheat industry as we near the mid-point of 2022, a…
 
On this episode, country music singer/songwriter J.T. Cooper, who was a part of the 10th Mountain Division in Mogadishu, Somalia, in 1993 in the incident known as “Blackhawk Down” discusses losing friends in combat and what Memorial Day means to him. He also talks about his organization, Warrior Rounds, which helps returning military members expres…
 
On this episode, Iowa Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst, members of the Senate Ag Committee, discuss their key agriculture industry priorities as they prepare for the 2023 farm bill. We learn about the work of the National Sorghum Producers from Chairman Kody Carson, and the U.S. Meat Export Federation’s Bassam Bousaleh discusses an increase i…
 
On this episode, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack discusses the state of the ag industry and the United Soybean Board’s Mace Thornton and Belinda Burrier talk about growth opportunities for U.S. soybeans. We discuss the state of labor in agriculture and rural America with U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh and we learn about first-quarter red m…
 
On this episode, live from Washington, D.C., Senate Ag Committee Chair Debbie Stabenow and Senate Minority Whip and Ag Committee member John Thune discuss key agriculture policy topics in preparation for the 2023 farm bill. CropLife America President and CEO Chris Novak talks about the organization’s mission and key legislative priorities. U.S. Mea…
 
On this episode, AgWiki CEO Randy Krotz discusses the new social platform that connects farmers, ranchers and other agriculture industry stakeholders. In this week’s Meat Monitor segment, U.S. Meat Export Federation Vice President of Economic Analysis Erin Borror discusses how the war in Ukraine is affecting meat exports. Jesse Allen talks developm…
 
On this episode, Rotor X Aircraft Manufacturing Co.’s David Chow discusses the company’s new do-it-yourself helicopter kit, complete with crop spray rig and National Agricultural Aviation Association CEO Andrew Moore talks about the organization’s mission and legislative agenda. U.S. Meat Export Federation Colombia representative Don Mason discusse…
 
On this episode, AgriGold agronomist Terry Mente discusses the importance of having a plan to deal with corn rootworm and other yield-robbing pest, weed and disease pressures. Veteran farm broadcaster Lorrie Boyer previews her new AgWomen Strong podcast series and U.S. Meat Export Federation’s Joel Haggard kicks off our Meat Monitor feature with an…
 
On this episode, White House National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy discusses funding for energy efficiency upgrades for schools. Could it be a potential boon for biofuels? We also feature Part Three of our coverage of A Celebration of Modern Agriculture, presented by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, on the National Mall in Washington, D…
 
On this episode, we talk with U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm about a cash infusion for the Weatherization Assistance Program. We also talk about how farmers fit into the Department of Energy’s clean energy strategy. We also head back to the National Mall in Washington, D.C., for the second part of our coverage of A Celebration of Modern Ag…
 
On this episode, we travel to Washington D.C. to highlight A Celebration of Modern Agriculture on the National Mall. We speak with John Deere’s Chad Passman and Kubota’s Todd Stucke about their companies’ involvement in the event. We also hear about the state of the U.S. rice industry from USA Rice’s Cameron Jacobs and learn about the work of the N…
 
On this episode, the Association of Equipment Manufacturers' Curt Blades and Nick Tindall discuss a Celebration of Modern Agriculture on the National Mall. We also feature outtakes of U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack's General Session address at Commodity Classic 2022. NASA's Brad Doorn discusses the agency's role in agriculture, Jesse Allen …
 
On this episode we travel to Memphis, Tennessee, for the crowning of the Season 5 champion of the Corn Warriors television series. We talk with each of the season's cast members. Ray Bohacz talks engine cranking voltage in "Bushels and Cents" and feature traditional country music artists Rose Sinclair, Greg Matthews and Sam L. Smith. Timestamps New…
 
On this episode, We have the second part of our grain bin safety feature, with Nationwide’s Paul Stevenson. We talk with Kentucky goat breeders Skip and Becky Bachert about surviving the December tornado that destroyed their farm. We also talk with University of Kentucky Ag Weather Center meteorologist Matt Dixon about that storm and about how chan…
 
On this episode, presented by AGI, we talk with AGI SureTrack Content Manager Laura Handke about Grain Bin Safety Week and her experience participating in a grain bin entrapment exercise. Safe Ag Systems Co-Founder and CEO Katy Landt talks about her company’s farm safety app. It’s FFA Week and University of Missouri student Paxton Dahmer talks abou…
 
On this episode, we feature coverage of Day 1 of the 2022 National Farm Machinery Show from Louisville, Kentucky. We speak with Massey Ferguson’s Adam Sills about the manufacturer’s new 6S and 7S tractors and with Greg Hundsley about the WR series self-propelled windrower. Also, Oklahoma farmer Joey Koebelen talks about how FJDynamics’ autosteer pr…
 
On this episode, live from the Concept AgriTek dealer meeting in Charleston, Missouri, Zach Norgaard, Nick Wenning and Jamie Strickland discuss their outlook for the ag industry ahead of the 2022 planting season. U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg discusses the Biden-Harris administration’s strategy for bringing electric vehicle infrastru…
 
On This episode, Kentucky Venues President David Beck previews the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville and we talk to Kentucky Farm Bureau President Mark Haney about ag issues in the Bluegrass State, as well as KFB members lending a helping hand to tornado victims. Jim Mintert, Director of the Purdue University Center for Commercial Agricult…
 
On this episode, John Deere’s Joe Liefer pulls back the curtain on the manufacturer’s fully autonomous 8R tractor. National Economic Council Deputy Director Bharat Ramamurti discusses actions being taken to address key ag issues such as right-to-repair and a level playing field for stakeholders in the cattle industry. Pennsylvania farmer Frank Hart…
 
On this episode, we present highlights of U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack’s keynote address to the American Farm Bureau Federation Convention. We recap the progress of the U.S. Department of Labor at the one-year mark of the Biden-Harris Administration and Lucas Lentsch, Chief Federation Officer for Dairy Management Inc. talks about the dair…
 
On this episode, White House National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy discusses the Biden-Harris Administration’s new clean energy initiatives. We also have highlights of American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall’s address at the Farm Bureau convention. Jesse Allen and Mike Zuzulo talk about the January USDA reports and Ray Bohacz talks …
 
On this episode, we provide an update on the new John Deere 8R fully autonomous tractor, as well as awards the manufacturer has won from the Consumer Electronics Show for See and Spray Select technology. Tanner Antonick of Alta Seeds talks about the growing popularity of sorghum in animal feed and Peter Dotray, a weed specialist with Texas Tech Uni…
 
On this episode, Daniel Whitley of the USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service talks about taking U.S. agriculture to the world, Rabo AgriFinance’s Roland Formasi discusses strategies for containing costs on the farm and UPL’s Lynn Justesen says now is the time to formulate a plan for controlling pests, disease and weeds in the field in the upcoming gr…
 
On this episode, we hear from John Deere’s Jenni Badding about changes to the JD Link program and Chase Milem about new hay and forage equipment. Former Louisiana lieutenant governor and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu talks about his new role overseeing implementation of Infrastructure and Jobs Act projects and what that work means for rural Amer…
 
On this episode, U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh talks about the impact the federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act could have on rural America and what the Department of Labor is doing to address labor shortages in agriculture. Also, we talk with NCBA President-Elect Don Schiefelbein about the state of the cattle industry heading into 2…
 
White House Council of Economic Advisers member Jared Bernstein talks about what the latest unemployment numbers mean for the ag industry. Mahindra USA CEO Viren Popli gives a status report, National Bison Association's Jim Matheson discusses bison's popularity, and Metos USA’s Derek Brazda talks about weather monitoring and his “United We Ag” podc…
 
On this episode, President Biden’s Port Envoy John Porcari discusses what the Supply Chain Disruptions Task Force is doing to address the critical supply chain challenges that affect agriculture. BigIron Auctions President and Co-Founder Mark Stock talks about the red-hot farm equipment and real estate markets. Corteva Agriscience’s Scott Flynn dis…
 
On this episode, U.S. Department of Energy Deputy Secretary David Turk discusses how farmers and ethanol producers can play a role in President Biden’s energy and sustainability plan, and Ray Bohacz is talking flex-fuel vehicles in “Bushels and Cents.” We also talk winter farm safety with Scott Heiberger with the National Farm Medicine Center. The …
 
On this episode, live from the National Association of Farm Broadcasters convention in Kansas City, National Association of State Departments of Agriculture CEO Ted McKinney and AgTrade Strategies LLC founder Sharon Bomer Lauritsen give their thoughts on trade policy under the Biden Administration. We talk with Market Talk's Jesse Allen and Ray Boh…
 
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