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Louisiana Farm Bureau Podcasts

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Working at Louisiana Farm Bureau, my coworkers and I get to travel the state telling stories for farmers on our TV show, This Week In Louisiana Agriculture. What we’ve found is that there are a lot of interesting aspects that don’t make it into the finished story you see on the show. This podcast is our way to more fully tell that story. Our hope is that you better understand the issues farmers face every single day, and that he or she isn’t much different from you and I. We want this podcas ...
 
Our Ohio Weekly shares the story of Ohio agriculture and Ohio Farm Bureau. Each week, this radio program and podcast features guests who represent leaders in agriculture, government, academia and the food industry, among others. Host Ty Higgins talks to interesting guests and brings the story of Ohio agriculture to life by featuring Farm Bureau members and staff who are working hard all across Ohio.
 
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Join an American couple as they unplug from life as scientists and move to a small farm in rural Italy. We'll share what we've learned - usually as a result of some sort of misstep - as we get to work on our little organic vineyard, olive grove, and farm. The area around the farm is breathtaking, the people are friendly, and life there is amazing.
 
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Thanks for joining us, This the Idaho Farm Bureau Podcast coming to you from the State Capitol in Boise. A series of storms have tore through Idaho, dumping an inch and a half of rain, it has also swept across the Northwest has left behind a host of records.Stephanie Ho reports. New cattle feedlot report shows a shrinking US beef cattle herd.The na…
 
Good Monday morning…We’ve had rain and its cooler outside, most of the potatoes are harvested and the last of the sugar beets, perfect farming weather! It’s 45 degrees this morning in the Treasure Valley. a refreshing 43 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 39. It’s 43 in Twin Falls and 43 in CDA. On to the corn market, Friday’s 3 to 5 cent gains pushed D…
 
The first electric vehicle was created in 1832. Needless to say the technology has come a long way since that time and now there are more than 10 million Electric Vehicles on the road. The vast majority of these EVs are on California, New York, Florida and Texas highways, but when will we start seeing EVs in rural areas and even put to use on farms…
 
Thanks for joining us, This is the Idaho Farm Bureau Podcast coming to you from the State Capitol in Boise. After a hot dry summer, Congress passed a bill that will help the nation's farmers and ranchers with drought, disaster, and Covid relief: Drought relief is expected for some parts of the West. Stephanie Ho reports from Washington: An American…
 
Good Monday morning…It's nice outside, we had warm temps over the weekend, perfect harvest weather! It’s 45 degrees this morning in the Treasure Valley. a refreshing 40 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 39. It’s 45 in Twin Falls and 39 in CDA. Corn futures open with 6 1/2 to 9 cent gains. Dec 21CBOT Corn opens at $5.25 up 9 cents from last week. Wheat …
 
Farmers are used to getting paid for raising a quality product — soybeans, sweet corn, apples, peppers. But a farm’s value lies in its soils, too. What if farmers could get paid for building a quality soil?Just like markets for those soybeans, there’s now a small, but growing, commodity market for building and storing carbon in a farm’s soils. So h…
 
Farmers are used to getting paid for raising a quality product — soybeans, sweet corn, apples, peppers. But a farm’s value lies in its soils, too. What if farmers could get paid for building a quality soil?Just like markets for those soybeans, there’s now a small, but growing, commodity market for building and storing carbon in a farm’s soils. So h…
 
This week, we talk to Arkansas State Fair Livestock Director, Chris Bacchus about the benefits of showing livestock and poultry. We also talk to Leigh Ann Bullington about the role as family consumer science educator, and we hear about the Farm Bureau PR team’s visit to media day at the state fair.Bởi Arkansas AgCast
 
Thanks for joining us, This is the Idaho Farm Bureau Podcast coming to you from the State Capitol in Boise: This past week I got out in the field and went to one of many sugar beet harvests…I went and visited Galen Lee… USDA released its monthly World Agriculture Supply and Demand report Tuesday. Micheal Clements shares the highlights. China accoun…
 
Good Monday morning…It's cool outside, some frost, and still wet but when it dries out. perfect harvest weather! It’s 39 degrees this morning in the treasure Valley. a refreshing 30 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 29. It’s 36 in TwinFalls and 30 in CDA. Corn opens down 2 cents from Friday Dec 21CBOT Corn opens at $5.30 up down 11 cents from last Mond…
 
Ohio Farm Bureau’s farmer leaders, including young agricultural professionals, AgriPOWER Class XII members, along with county presidents and vice presidents, made their way to Washington, D.C. at the end of September. Over three days, participants heard from experts and, in turn, voiced their thoughts on topics as far reaching as tax policy to clim…
 
This week, we talk to Congressman Bruce Westerman as he kicks off his latest Ag Tour in the state. We also hear about this year’s Arkansas Youth Expo livestock event in Washington County, which wrapped up earlier this week, and we get the latest news on commodity markets from Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Brandy Carroll.…
 
Thanks for joining us, This is the Idaho Farm Bureau Podcast coming to you from the State Capitol in Boise: US Trade with China is up 28 percent despite a challenging year in US Agriculture: The U.S. Trade Representative Monday announced how the Biden Administration plans to address its trade relationship with China. Rod Bain reports: What is Agric…
 
Good Monday morning…It's cool outside, with some frost but perfect harvest weather! It’s 50 degrees this morning in the Treasure Valley. a refreshing 39 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 38. It’s 43 in TwinFalls and 45 in CDA. Corn opens almost 6 cents in the black. Last week, December corn futures traded in the 24 cent range and a net 16 cent gain. De…
 
This week, we learn about unique, new research on “night pollinators” and we get to know another inductee in the Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame, Andrew Wargo. We also explore the partnership between Five Oaks Duck Lodge and the University of Arkansas at Monticello and the launch of the Five Oaks Ag Research and Education Center.…
 
Thanks for joining us, This is the Idaho Farm Bureau Podcast coming to you from the State Capitol in Boise: Trade is critical to Idaho Agriculture, The latest trade numbers show strong U.S. agricultural exports despite transportation challenges. The Farm Bureaus Micheal Clements shares more. One number in Friday's USDA Cattle on Feed report may hav…
 
Good Monday morning…We have more cool mornings and warm afternoons in store for you this week, perfect harvest weather! It’s 54 degrees this morning in the Treasure Valley. a refreshing 46 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 44. It’s 52 in TwinFalls and 52 in CDA. On Friday, Chicago corn prices fell to close 2 to 2 1/2 cents. New crop futures were firmer…
 
Twenty Ohio Farm Bureau leaders are serving on the organization's 2021 Policy Development Committee. The committee collects and organizes public policy recommendations from county Farm Bureaus and presents the final policy suggestions to be voted on by Ohio Farm Bureau’s delegates during the state annual meeting in December. In its initial session,…
 
This week, we take a “Rice Month” look at this year’s rice harvest and we get a farmer’s perspective on agriculture supply chain challenges. We also hear about the upcoming “How to Win and Election” workshop presented by Arkansas Farm Bureau and the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce.Bởi Arkansas AgCast
 
According to Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, nearly 31% of Ohio or over 8 million acres of the state is under forest cover. Almost 6 million of those acres are held by some 336,000 nonindustrial private landowners. If you are one of those owners, you probably already know that properly managing your woodland i…
 
This week, we hear about the critical role data plays in making sound economic decisions on the farm, and we talk about the history of grape breeding in Arkansas and how it led to development of the wildly popular “cotton candy” grape. We also learn about four livestock disease outbreaks that Arkansas agriculture experts are watching closely.…
 
Thanks for joining us, This is the Idaho Farm Bureau podcast coming to from the downtown Boise…Im Jake Putnam. President Biden spent most of Monday in Boise learning about about the worsening wildfire situation. Gary Crawford reports: Fall in Idaho not only means harvest, but for the Idaho Farm Bureau its Resolution season…Policy resolution meeting…
 
Good Monday morning…a much cooler weekend and there's a hint of fall in the morning across the state, It’s 54 degrees this morning in the Treasure Valley. a refreshing 50 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 48. It’s 52 in TwinFalls and 51 in CDA. After that WASDE report on Friday, December CORN prices are down more than 6 cents. USDA raised the old crop-…
 
Launched by Governor Mike DeWine in 2019, H2Ohio is a comprehensive water quality initiative that is addressing serious water issues that have been building in Ohio for decades. Areas of concern include harmful algal blooms on Lake Erie caused by phosphorus runoff from farm fertilizer, wastewater, and home sewage treatment systems due to aging infr…
 
This week, we were on hand for the Arkansas Connectivity Summit at the Hot Springs Convention Center. We heard from a variety of experts, including a sitting FCC commissioner, about the state’s effort to expand and improve broadband internet access and about the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. See our interview with FCC Commissioner Br…
 
This months podcast takes us to North Park to interview Anchi Mei who is Executive Director of MAKE Projects (Merging Agriculture Kitchens & Employment). We recorded our interview outside on their small farm. MAKE Projects is a job training social enterprise that prepares refugees and immigrants to achieve their dreams. Anchi tells us about program…
 
Thanks for joining us—This is the Idaho Farm Bureau Podcast coming from the State Capitol in Boise. As we head into the last round of harvests, Good news for Idaho Farmers, Net Farm Income will be up again in 2021—that's according to USDA Farm economists: Last month we told you about the EPA search of the Ace Black ranch in Owyhee County. The EPA s…
 
Earlier this year, Governor DeWine signed House Bill 2 into law, creating the Ohio Broadband Expansion Program. Then, as part of the state’s new biennial budget, $250 million dollars was earmarked to allow internet service providers to apply for grants that will help fund the infrastructure needed to provide faster internet access to underserved ru…
 
This week, we hear about what's happening in the equine industry in Arkansas and we learn about a new "mobile" meat processing trailer. We also talk about Senator John Boozman's tour of farms and agriculture operations in the state and learn why these visits from Congressional leaders are so important.…
 
Thanks for joining us, This is the Idaho Farm Bureau podcast coming to you from the Farm Bureau offices near the State Capitol. A Trump WOTUS rule that limits protection for bodies of water must now be vacated while agencies make plans to replace it, a federal judge ruled in Arizona. Judge Rosemary Marquez of the U.S. District Court for the Distric…
 
Good Monday morning…there's a hint of fall in the morning temps across the state, we have a couple of warm days ahead and then cooler temps for Labor Day weekend. It’s 54 degrees this morning in Boise and Treasure Valley. It’s a refreshing 52 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 50 and 55 in TwinFalls, CDA 54. Corn Futures traded red early on Friday, but …
 
This week, we learn about how certain new federal tax proposals could hit farmers hard and we meet another member of the next class of Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame inductees. We also get a progress update on the White River Irrigation District canal construction project.Bởi Arkansas AgCast
 
Welcome to the Idaho Farm Bureau podcast, I'm Jake Putnam reporting from our offices near the Idaho Statehouse: The Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers heard the voices of farmers and ranchers this week during a listening session on the rewrite of the Waters of the U.S. rule. Micheal Clements has more from Washington The Ida…
 
Good Monday morning We had the first cool mornings of the summer over the weekend across the state, the big question is have we seen the last of the triple-digit heat? It’s 55 degrees this morning in Boise and Treasure Valley. It’s a refreshing 54 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 49 and 54 in TwinFalls, CDA 54…. 20 degrees cooler than last week. Corn …
 
The Ohio State University’s Farm Science Review, which was held online last year because of the pandemic, will return this year to be live and in person for the 59th annual event. Farm Science Review attracts over 100,000 visitors from all over the United States and Canada, who come for three days to peruse 4,000 product lines from 600 commercial e…
 
Elly Brown is the executive director of the San Diego Food System Alliance, a network of more than 100 organizations working to make our current food system more equitable, healthy, and sustainable through collaboration, policy change, education, and community empowerment. We talk about the launch of The San Diego Food System Alliance Food Vision 2…
 
Thanks for joining us…This is the Idaho Farm Bureau Podcast, coming to you from the State Capitol in Boise. As the summer of 21 wears on…we find ourselves at the end of summer, kids are returning to school and Congress is in recess. Weather problems in many wheat-producing countries are turning projections for world wheat supplies upside down. Loca…
 
Good Monday morning We continue to have hot, smoky days and that will continue until Labor Day if long-range forecasts are correct. We have a week of 90-degree plus days ahead. It’s 72 degrees this morning in Boise and Treasure Valley. It’s a refreshing 57 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 52 and 64 in TwinFalls, CDA 64…. 16 degrees warmer than last we…
 
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