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Ag Chicks

Cultivating connections with the women helping to feed the world. Shop Ag Chicks gear and learn more about Ally at www.agchicks.net Follow along on Social Media: IG: @agchicks FB: @AgChicks YouTube: Ag Chicks https://www.youtube.com/agchicks Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/agchicks/support

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AgEmerge

Soil health, regenerative practices, and emerging technology — The AgEmerge Podcast.

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Ag PhD Radio

Listen to Brian and Darren Hefty give agronomic a…

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Agri-Pulse Deep Dive

Agri-Pulse broadcaster Spencer Chase explores complex issues in food and agriculture in 30-minute episodes.

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Agri-Pulse DriveTime

A wrap up of today's top news stories in the world of Ag

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Agri-Pulse Newsmakers

Audio of our Agri-Pulse newsmaker video

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Agri-Pulse Open Mic

In depth interviews with leaders in ag policy

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Agronomy and Farm Management

This podcast takes a bi-monthly dive into specific issues that impact agriculture, such as: weather, land value, policies, commodity outlooks, and more.

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Angus At Work

A podcast for the profit-minded cattleman. Brought to you by the Angus Beef Bulletin, we have news and information on health, nutrition, genetics, marketing and management.

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Basically Famous

Sharing stories and interviews of extraordinary people in the agriculture and western industries, Tyler Schuster sits down with those basically famous in her life!

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Beltway Beef

Podcast by National Cattlemen's Beef Association

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Beyond The Crops

Jena & MP bring a unique perspective to the world of agriculture, offering a blend of humor, heart, and wisdom honed from their combined years on the farm. With a deep passion for their families, their farms, and the communities they call home, these two farmwives delve into the daily triumphs and tribulations that come from rural living. They discuss everything from the latest advancements in agriculture and the art of balancing family with farm duties to the time-honored traditions and recipes that make life on the farm so special. Their stories will make you laugh, tug at your heartstrings, and inspire you to see the beauty in the ordinary moments of life. "Beyond The Crops" is not just a podcast for farmers; it's for anyone who appreciates the enduring values of hard work, resilience, and the simple joys of living close to the land. Whether you're an urban dweller curious about rural life or a fellow farm enthusiast, you'll find something to love in the genuine and heartfelt conversations of Jena & MP. Subscribe today and be a part of their journey as they cultivate a deeper appreciation for the remarkable world of agriculture.

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Bovine Science with BCI

The Beef Cattle Institute

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Brownfield's Weekly Commodity Market Update

University of Missouri’s senior research associate Ben Brown and Brownfield Reporter Will Robinson break down the changing market trends and biggest issues for those producing commodity crops.

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Brownfield's Weekly Livestock Market Update

Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Meghan Grebner and University of Missouri Market Analyst Scott Brown give a weekly recap of the markets and discuss how it can impact farmers’ bottom lines.

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Carbon Catch-Up

Welcome to the exciting and quickly developing world of carbon banking. In this podcast series, the Rabo Carbon Bank explores carbon farming, regenerative farming, carbon markets, agroforestry and much more. Join us as we talk you through all the latest developments and interview farmers who have already taken the hurdles and transformed their businesses.

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Cattle Chat

The Beef Cattle Institute

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Cattlemen's Call

Montana rancher and broadcaster Lane Nordlund hos…

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ChopTalk

Iowans love their bacon, yet few know about pig farming. Laurie Johns connects you to Iowa pig farmers, the lives they live, the challenges they face and the impact on us all.

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Decode 6

Decoding Carbon and Ecosystem Services

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Digging In with Missouri Farm Bureau

Podcast by Digging In with Missouri Farm Bureau

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Farm4Profit Podcast

Our mission is to provide farms and operators an independent and unbiased outlet for information related to increasing the profitability of their farming operation. We will be providing farms and operators of all sizes and experience levels access to the latest trends, projections, and the tools necessary to increase farming profitability. We will take each episode to deliver latest news, what's working for active farms, and a topic of focus each episode. Remember, if you aren't farming for profit you won't be farming for long.

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Farm Food Facts

Farm. Food. Facts. And everything in between. A podcast featuring the leading minds in the future of sustainable food systems. Brought to you by the US Farmers and Ranchers In Action.

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Fenceline

Since 2004, Iowa livestock farmers have turned to the Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers for free, confidential, and expert assistance in raising livestock responsibly and successfully. Join us at the fenceline and hear from industry experts and farmers about topics important to livestock agriculture in Iowa. The fenceline – where the gate is always open.

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Field Advice

Experts from Valent U.S.A. share technical know-how and updates directly from the field, fueled by technology and hands-on experience in the Field Advice podcast.

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Field Notes

The Field Notes podcast series from Koch Agronomic Services (KAS) will break down the science and technology behind agronomy to help growers do more with less. Crop science experts and others in the agriculture industry will discuss topics ranging from nitrogen loss and soil health to ways growers can increase operational efficiencies.

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Genuine JBH

Genuine JBH

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Grounded by the Farm

Grounded by the Farm brings food lovers conversations with farmers every other Wednesday. We learn about how the foods are grown, tips on storing & preparing and how their family prepares it, and more.

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Heart of Rural America

Welcome to the Heart of Rural America podcast. I’m your host, Amanda Radke ​-- a South Dakota cattle rancher, wife, mom of four, children’s book author, and motivational speaker. I started this show with a simple goal in mind -- to share the untold stories of the often-overlooked independent farmer and rancher. On this program, We’ll discuss the challenges that face rural America and the anti-animal agriculture agenda that seeks to eliminate our way of life. But in the face of these ongoing battles, we’ll explore impactful solutions and meaningful pathways to profitability in order to keep producers on the land, to safeguard our private property rights, and to keep meat, dairy, and eggs on the dinner table. And in stark contrast to the ugly, divisive headlines in today’s mainstream media, "The Heart of Rural America" will celebrate the faith, family values, patriotism, and work ethic of the incredible people I meet in my travels as an agricultural speaker. I hope you’ll be inspired by these agricultural entrepreneurs and rural families, just as I am. Now let’s hit the dusty trail together as we uncover The Heart of Rural America. - Amanda

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Hort Culture

Welcome to Hort Culture, where a group of Extension professionals and plant people talk about the business, production and joy of farming. So, join us for a chat on the culture of horticulture. Questions/Comments/Feedback/Suggestions for Topics: hortculturepodcast@l.uky.edu Check us out on Instagram!

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Living Rural

Podcast on home financing and mortgages for rural living.

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Moving Iron Podcast

Podcast by Moving Iron LLC

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Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast

The Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast gets to the heart of…

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RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness North America

Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa. Please read our disclaimer here: https://research.rabobank.com/far/en/footer/disclaimer.html

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RealAg Radio

RealAg Radio is live Monday-Friday at 4 p.m. EST on Rural Radio Channel 147 on SiriusXM Radio in Canada and the U.S.

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Roots + Ruminants

Welcome to Roots + Ruminants, your podcast for creative and innovative use of farm pasture and rangeland. We're going back to the basics of raising and grazing livestock to growing your own forage. Join us as our hosts Jared Knock and Justin Fruechte visit with special guests to explore practical land use.

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SharkFarmer Podcast

Conversation and interview with farmers and hunters

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State of the Plate

Food and agriculture impact every life on this planet, every single day. And keeping the food chain moving from farm to fork is big business. Join food and ag communications experts and industry advocates Brandon Miller and Rochelle Schnadt once a month as they chat about some of the leading stories from throughout the food chain impacting the business behind feeding the world—from innovation and legislation to market trends and consumer insights.

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Stine Seedcast

Welcome to the Stine Seedcast feed. This is the only podcast dedicated to everything Stine Seed Company. In this biweekly show, our host, David Thompson, sits down with Stine company leaders, grower customers, agronomists, partners, and special guests from around the country to discuss all the ways that Stine maximizes yield potential. Make sure to tune in every other week to find out exactly why Stine has yield. Social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StineSeed Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stineseedco/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/StineSeed

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Talking Total Farmer Health

AgriSafe has long been a trusted voice in the health and safety of the people who feed the world, and we’re excited to bring that to you in a new format. Tune in every month to hear the latest from health and safety experts in agriculture. Together we’ll tackle the safety issues important to the producers and ag workers.

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The Angus Conversation

There are some pasture chats or bull sale discussions that are just too good to keep to ourselves. In this Angus Journal podcast, we’ll bring you interesting and entertaining chats with fellow breeders, researchers, marketers and more. Keep up on all things Angus. Be part of the conversation.

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The Better. Cleaner. Now! Podcast

AUTHENTIC CONVERSATIONS WITH LEADERS IN THE BIODIESEL, RENEWABLE DIESEL AND SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL INDUSTRIES.

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The Ethanol Report

Interviews and reports on issues of interest to the ethanol industry, sponsored by the Renewable Fuels Association

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The Grower & The Economist

Peter Konjoian (Grower) & Michelle Klieger (Economist) share expert insights to help small and medium-sized growers adjust to the rapidly changing farm and food landscape as well as increase the productivity and profitability of their operation. We are one part grower and one part business just like your business. Edited by Katelyn Parsons

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The Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Podcast

Podcast by Illinois Extension.

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the JOE show

A livestock podcast from a kids point of view.

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The Moos Room

Hosted by members of the University of Minnesota Extension Beef and Dairy Teams, The Moos Room discusses relevant topics to help beef and dairy producers be more successful.

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The Nutrient Management Podcast

Welcome to University of Minnesota Extension's Nutrient Management Podcast.

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The Spokesman Speaks

Since 1934, The Iowa Farm Bureau Spokesman has been Iowa’s leading agriculture news source, and today it has the largest readership of any ag newspaper in Iowa. While The Spokesman newspaper is available exclusively to Iowa Farm Bureau members, The Spokesman Speaks podcast is available publicly, providing the ag news and farmer education that matter most.

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Throwing Wrenches Mending Fences

Hello everyone and welcome to the Throwing Wrenches and Mending Fences Podcast, where we have crop tour conversations about life, farming, family and balance it all. I am your host, Sarah Zastrow, Creator of Cultivate Balance, the Workshop for Less Stress, and the Network for Mental Wellness in Agriculture. Farming and ranching is stressful, chaotic and wrenches get thrown into your plan nearly every day, but there are a few things that make life in agriculture less stressful and more fun. I am here to talk about it. I grew up on a farm so thought I had this farm wife thing down, until about 4 days into our marriage. Fortunately, I was surrounded by amazing people that helped me learn and grow. Now, I am a farmer, farm stress coach, and certified exercise physiologist. I have a passion for farm stress management, rural resilience and mental health and finding balance and peace in your day-to-day farm life. Whether you are a 4th generation farmer, you just married into the family or work in the industry, all are welcome here. We are all in this together so pull up a chair and let’s dig into the show. If you are on social media, join the community @throwingwrenchesmendingfences on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok.

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Tools for Today's Farmer

Today's Farmers weather more stress than ever before. Our podcast seeks to share important information, tools, and hope through interviews with experts in Agriculture and special guests from Purdue University. The Tools For Today's Farmers podcast is brought to you by the Purdue Extension Farm Stress Team. #farmstrong

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UNL BeefWatch

Nebraska Extension

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Uplevel Dairy Podcast

What does it take to be a successful, profitable and competitive dairy farm business? This is the podcast for dairy owners, managers and advisors who are after their next level of success. Join Uplevel Dairy host Peggy Coffeen each week as she sits down with the industry’s leading dairy producers and thought leaders for real conversations about business, management and leadership.

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Vets In Ag Podcast

We explore the stories and insights from the military veteran and supporter communities who are leading the way for vets in agribusiness, agtech, and agri-preneurship. We swap stories, talk ag, and show how grass-roots nature of the ag community can be a natural fit for the military veteran.

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Wheat's On Your Mind

Podcast from Kansas Wheat

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Working Cows

A Platform for Producers

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Your Ag Network

Commodity reports and ag-news that is important to you the producer!

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ZimmCast

Each week Chuck or Cindy interviews leaders in the agrimarketing world and talk with them about what they're doing that's new and different.

Episodes

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RealAg Radio: Labour shortage, spring weather forecast, and additional crush capacity, Feb 20, 2024

Thanks for tuning into this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio brought to you by Nufarm Oxbow! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Drew Lerner of World Weather Inc. with a spring weather forecast; Jennifer Wright with the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council on the latest labour report through to 2030; Chris Vervaet... Read More

February 20 • 55m 20s
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DriveTime: Feb. 20, 2024

The Biden administration has announced a $500 Million investment to expand work on USDA’s Forest Service’s Wildfire Crisis Strategy and produce advocate is calling for more funding for USDA’s Women, Infants and Children nutrition program. Tune in to DriveTime to hear more.

February 20 • 5m
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The Insider Report with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions

Nationally Acclaimed Market Analyst Brian Hoops provides a detailed summary from the trading day. Brian Hoops has been a featured contributor in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, RFD-TV and Sirius XM Radio. [READ MORE...]

February 20 • 2m
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Cattle Inventory Report, Perspectives and Implications on Markets

February 20 • 21m 12s
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Noon Market News with Brian Hoops – Midwest Market Solutions

Quick look at agriculture news and what’s happening on the markets. [READ MORE...]

February 20 • 2m
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Daily Dose of Ag with Lorrie Boyer

Mid-Day breaking agriculture news and weather as it concerns rural issues and main-street USA! Join NAFB Past President Lorrie Boyer, one of the most respected voices in farm broadcasting! [READ MORE...]

February 20 • 2m
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Weekly Commodity Market Update: Crop markets likely to continue fall

This week Will and Ben track falling crop prices and where they might be headed. Market recap (Changes on week as of Monday's close):  - March 2024 corn down $0.12 at $4.20 - December 2024 corn down $.08 $4.62  - March 2024 soybeans down $.08 at $11.85 - November 2024 soybeans down $.09 at $11.59 - March soybean oil down 1.45 cents at 45.99 cents/lb - March soybean meal up $3.50 at $350.00/short ton - March 2024 wheat down $.27 at $5.66 - July 2024 wheat down $.29 at $5.66 - March WTI Crude Oil up $.86 at $77.97/barrel   Weekly Highlights ·        Two separate measures of inflation came in hotter than anticipated. The Consumer Price Index came in at 3.1% year over year vs expectations of 2.9%. Similarly, the Producer Price Index came in at 0.9% month over month vs expectations of 0.1% increase and -0.1% in January.  ·        Weekly CTFC data showed that open interest in Chicago Futures and Options was down 2.3% for Chicago Wheats, up 2.1% for corn and up 1.4% for soybeans. ·        Managed money traders continue to sell Chicago corn and soybean contracts. The net short for corn increased 16,597 contracts which took them over the philosophical threshold of 300,000 contracts. The record was set in April 2019 at just over 322,000 contracts. Managed money was also a seller of Chicago soybeans by 4,200 contracts to 134,500 contracts. The record for soybeans was May 2019 at just under 190,000 contracts.  ·        Crude oil stocks excluding the strategic petroleum reserve increased 505 million gallons for the week leaving them 7% below last year. Gasoline stocks declined 153 million gallons but 2% higher than this same week last year. Distillate stocks were down 80 million gallons and are 5% higher than last year. West Texas Intermediate Oil prices are creeping back up to $80 per barrel after reaching the low $70 range in early February. ·        Ethanol production increased again this week to 318 million gallons. Corn used for ethanol production exceed the same period last year by 97 million bushels. Ethanol stocks increased 43 million gallons.  ·        The National Oilseed Processors Association reported soybean crush numbers that disappointed the market. Soybean crush for January came in at 185.8 million bushels- four million less than the trade had anticipated, although still a January monthly record. Even though soybean crush was lower, soybean oil stocks also grew and were above all expectations implying January soybean oil use was rather bearish. ·        At USDA’s annual Agricultural Outlook Forum, the agency released their first balance sheets for 2024/25 marketing year. The numbers were bearish to new crop supplies but not as bearish as many in the industry were anticipating. ·        US grain and oilseed export sales were mixed last week. For corn- export sales of 51.4 million bushels were a 9-week high while soybean sales of 13.0 million bushels and wheat sales of 12.8 million bushels were both on the low end of expectations. There were net cancelations of grain sorghum sales amounting to 100,000 bushels for the current year and cancelations of all 2.4 million bushels of 2024/25 sales. There are no grain sorghum commitments for next year at this point after reaching 7.5 million bushels a few weeks ago.  Topics: - Market recap - Crop market continues general fall - Added trade support? - USDA Ag Outlook Forum bearish - Reports to watch See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

February 20 • 10m 44s
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Opening Market Discovery with Host Monte James

A first look at what’s hot and what’s not at the Chicago Board of Trade. [READ MORE...]

February 20 • 2m
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HOT BARN REPORT: Special Interview with Mitch Barthel Owner of Tri-County Stockyards!

The Hot Barn Report is a fast paced and entertaining daily program covering the latest news and trends in the cattle industry, hosted by Monte James, a veteran rodeo announcer, radio host and industry expert! The Hot Barn Report features interviews with industry leaders, market analysts, producers and ranchers and features True Price Discovery from salebarns in Great Northern Beef Belt and across the nation. [READ MORE...]

February 20 • 3m
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Overnight World Wide Grain Trade with Monte James

Featuring a summary of overnight world wide grain trade, regional weather and closing livestock from the previous day. [READ MORE...]

February 20
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Ag Chicks | S4 Episode 28: Damia Siebenahler

Damia was born and raised on a diversified livestock farm where she quickly learned her love for the agricultural world. It all started in the barn with her dad and being very involved in 4H and FFA. During college she majored in Animal Science and Agriculture Science while working for a large sheep operation off campus. Little International, the largest student-run event in the nation, was Damia’s favorite to help put on and show at in college. Damia now works for a deer nutrition company called Ani-Logics Outdoors while juggling many of her own businesses and hobbies. Damia was born and raised on a diversified livestock farm where she quickly learned her love for the agricultural world. It all started in the barn with her dad and being very involved in 4H and FFA. During college she majored in Animal Science and Agriculture Science while working for a large sheep operation off campus. Little International, the largest student-run event in the nation, was Damia’s favorite to help put on and show at in college. Damia now works for a deer nutrition company called Ani-Logics Outdoors while juggling many of her own businesses and hobbies. Follow Damia: @dammmiaa Thank you to Ag Chicks Sponsors: Strayhorn: Use code AGCHICKS at checkout ⁠⁠https://www.strayhorn.com⁠⁠ ------------------------------------------------ Merch: ⁠⁠⁠⁠https://www.agchicks.net/shop⁠⁠⁠ ⁠ ------------------------------------------------ Find Ally: Website: ⁠⁠⁠⁠https://agchicks.net⁠⁠⁠ ⁠ Instagram: ⁠⁠⁠⁠https://instagram.com/agchicks⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Facebook: ⁠⁠⁠⁠https://facebook.com/agchicks⁠⁠⁠ ⁠ YouTube: ⁠⁠⁠⁠ @AGCHICKS https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/agchicks/support

February 20 • 32m 58s
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403 Kaala Clarke Runway Model to Island Farmer

Imagine hanging out with folks like Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire and then returning to take over the family farm in Hawaii Listen as I talk with Kaala Clarke about her life as a fashion model and becoming a 2nd generation farmer

February 20 • 49m 17s
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Girl Boss & Entrepreneur, Janzen Tew

Janzen Tew is the CEO and Owner of Denim & Velvet. An all-inclusive marketing company located in Texas. When she is not shooting photos for clients, she can be found hanging out with her donkeys and styling amazing looks. Janzen has a great style that is bold and bring together modern day looks into the western world. She also owns Western Runway, a magazine that is published twice a year.   https://www.westernrunway.com/ https://www.denimandvelvet.com/ https://www.instagram.com/rodeovogue/?hl=en

February 20 • 32m 6s
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88 | 3 Steps to Set Up Middle Managers for Success + the Dairy Calf and Heifer Association Annual Meeting with Clint Al-Ag

On this episode, Peggy sits down with Clint Al-Ag, president of the Dairy Calf and Heifer Association (DCHA) Board of Directors, and manager with Blue Sky Farms. Clint gives a sneak-peak of what to expect at the upcoming DCHA Conference, as well as how the organization has helped him develop leadership skills as he has transitioned from heifer yard manager to now overseeing 150 employees across three sites in the Texas panhandle. Clint covers three key steps he has taken to set up middle managers for success, including: How he assesses not just core competencies but alignment with core values and desire to be a leader Reinforcing the chain of command Ongoing support for new managers Join Clint and other producers and industry professionals who specialize in raising dairy calves, heifers and cross calves at the 2024 DCHA Annual Meeting. 2024 DCHA Annual Meeting April 9-11, 2024 |  Westminster Colorado To register, sponsor, or exhibit in the trade show: https://calfandheifer.org/2024-annual-meeting-agenda-2/ Dairy Calf and Heifer Association (DCHA) www.calfandheifer.org

February 20 • 37m 46s
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44. Pivot Bio

Today’s episode is brought to you by Pivot Bio. Visit  Pivot Bio to get a limited time deal on Pivot Bio PROVEN 40 On-Seed, named one of TIME’s Best Inventions! If you’re intrigued be sure to check out some YouTube videos of how Pivot Bio PROVEN40 worked on Jena and Levi’s farm: How we increased yield AND applied less Nitrogen per acre The results are in - Did Pivot Bio prove itself? Growing corn in a drought and PROVING it with Pivot Bio Harvesting corn in a drought - did our crop PROVE itself?! Connect with us outside of the podcast @‌jenaochsner and @‌marypat.sass @‌beyondthecrops_

February 20 • 41m 8s
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02 19 24 Spray Coverage

02 19 24 Spray Coverage by Ag PhD

February 19 • 59m
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Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Welcome to National FFA Week!

The agriculture industry is hungry to bring our youth alongside and to help develop their skills in hopes of them having a long-term future adding value to our industry. Their minds are young and bright.  If you have an interest in working alongside our ag youth, reach out to your local FFA chapter and create a relationship!  So let’s just sign off today saying stay safe, stay healthy, drink your water, wash your hands, and cover your mouth when you cough and sneeze. Okay, that should cover it!  [READ MORE...]

February 19 • 2m
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Embracing Change: Navigating the Farm Transition Journey w/ Elaine Froese

Embracing Change: Living an Intentional Life on the Farm   Introduction: Award winning author and coach go-to expert for farm families who want better communication and conflict resolution to secure a successful farm transition.   Brief overview of what listeners can expect from today's episode featuring guest Elaine Froese.   Understanding the Cycle of Renewal Discuss the inherent love farmers have for farming and the reluctance to consider change. Highlight the differing perspectives between farmers and their spouses, especially regarding retirement and moving to town. Identifying Your Current Stage Guide listeners through identifying their current stage on the cycle of renewal map. Importance of recognizing where you are in the cycle for personal growth and decision-making. Explore the emotions and challenges associated with each stage. Taking Action Steps Provide actionable steps for listeners based on their identified stage. Discuss what farmers need to let go of, hold on to, and take on to move forward. Emphasize the importance of aligning actions with personal goals and values. Living Intentionally in Agriculture Discuss the concept of living more intentionally within the agriculture community. Explore the various roles they play in agriculture and the importance of choosing roles  Highlight the tools and research available Guidance for women in agriculture experiencing stress and overwhelm. Emphasize the importance of letting go of what's not working for personal well-being and professional growth.   Recap key points discussed in the episode.   Encourage listeners to reach out to Elaine Froese for further assistance in living more intentionally. https://elainefroese.com/   How best does Elaine learn something new?

February 19 • 1h 10m 1s
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Episode 210 - Reliable genetic test for fertility, health, and longevity? - UMN Extension's The Moos Room

Emily, Dr. Joe, and Bradley J Heins, PhD, Tenured Professor, debate a listener question - Is there a reliable genetic test for fertility, health, and longevity for beef and dairy cattle? There is a fired-up Dr. Bradley J Heins in this episode and you don't want to miss the spectacle. Questions, comments, scathing rebuttals? -> themoosroom@umn.edu or call 612-624-3610 and leave us a message! Twitter -> @UMNmoosroom and @UMNFarmSafety Facebook -> @UMNDairy YouTube -> UMN Beef and Dairy and UMN Farm Safety and Health Instagram -> @UMNWCROCDairy Extension Website AgriAmerica Podcast Directory

February 19 • 30m 53s
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After the Abstract: Early Diagnosis of Pneumonia

Join Dr. Brian Lubbers and Dr. Brad White as they discuss a paper looking at Short Communication: Circadian variations and day-to-day variability of clinical signs used for the early diagnosis of pneumonia within and between calves. View the full paper here After the Abstract is recorded with the goal of assisting veterinarians in the interpretation… Continue reading After the Abstract: Early Diagnosis of Pneumonia

February 19 • 23m 43s
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Ep. 351 – Kim Barmann, Eric Fuchs, Doug Voss – Investing in Yourself

Kim Barmann, Eric Fuchs, and Doug Voss, board members of the Soil Health Academy, joined me to discuss how the program is constructed and what schools they will be offering this year. We talk about their programs like Battlefields to Fertile Fields as well as what financial assistance is available for those interested in attending....

February 19 • 52m 55s
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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

On this episode, we have a special guest, Emily Spencer from the Center of Crop Diversification, who will share with us some insights on community supported agriculture, or CSA for short. What is CSA and how does it benefit both farmers and consumers? How can you get involved in a CSA program near you? And what are some of the challenges and opportunities of this alternative food system? Tune in to find out! FOR MORE INFO CHECK OUT THE LINKS BELOW: Community Supported Agriculture CCD Community Supported Agriculture Facebook group CSA Week UK-CSA Economic Analysis Plate it Up Kentucky Proud Recipes CONTACT US! Questions/Comments/Feedback/Suggestions for Topics: hortculturepodcast@l.uky.edu Check us out on Instagram!

February 18 • 54m 12s
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Communism & Carbon Pipelines with Dominika Blum

She escaped communism as a child when Poland was under the thumb of a powerful regime, and now Dominika Blum is warning Americans of what's to come if we don't stand up for freedom and liberty. In one of my most powerful podcast interviews to date, Blum serves up a history lesson that we can all learn from. Presented by CK6 Consulting | CK6Source | Real Tuff Livestock Equipment | Meats by Linz | Linz Heritage Angus | Redmond Real Salt

February 18 • 42m 50s
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Lori Taylor, The Produce Moms

This week’s guest on Open Mic is Lori Taylor, founder and CEO of The Produce Moms. While working as a sales marketing professional in the produce industry, Taylor recognized the need of Millennial moms and others for a reliable and comprehensive online destination for facts and information to meet the challenge of improving diets with fruits and vegetables. The “community” as she describes the site provides nutritional information on fruits and vegetables, offers recipes and even brand name information. Taylor strongly supports the nation’s nutrition programs and believes in the partnership of medicine and food for better health.

February 18 • 26m 11s
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Advancing Soybean Production

The Ohio Soybean Council’s collaboration with soybean researchers at The Ohio State University is identifying smarter, safer ways to advance soybean production. Learn about some of the projects on this Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast. Plus, learn all about Ohio Farm Bureau's new Advocacy in Action policy leadership resources.

February 18 • 15m 28s
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MIP Markets With Shawn Hackett - A Split Polar Vortex And Possible Winter Kill Event

Moving Iron's Official Data Partner Is Fusable, The Home of Iron Solutions And EDA Data. Ignite Your Dealership's Growth At Fusable.com MIP Markets with Shawn Hackett - A Split Polar Vortex and Possible Winter Kill Event Summary Sean Hackett discusses the current weather conditions and the potential impact of a polar vortex event on commodity markets. He explains the factors contributing to a stratospheric warming event and the subsequent destabilization of the polar vortex. There is a risk of a winter kill event in the wheat market due to the unusual weather patterns. Sean visualizes the polar vortex and its split, highlighting the potential for extreme cold and snowfall. He emphasizes the potential impact on grain markets and advises farmers to consider cash sales during market rallies. Sean concludes by discussing his track record in forecasting polar vortex events and provides contact information for further information. Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Weather Conditions 01:26 Stratospheric Warming Events and Polar Vortex 03:13 Risk of Winter Kill Event 04:11 Visualizing the Polar Vortex 08:08 Potential Impact on Grain Markets 10:07 Weather Changes and Significant Dates 14:12 Unusual and Wild Polar Vortex Pattern 17:15 Possibility of Weather Shock Outcome 19:21 Forecasting Polar Vortex Events 20:13 Conclusion and Contact Information Click To Watch: https://youtu.be/-3ZmofGGNKs Click To Listen: https://on.soundcloud.com/A95tm Presented By @AxonTire @AgDirect @IronSolutions @randallreilly @Fusable @Valleytransinc Music By: @TalbottBrothers Host: Casey Seymour @casey9673 #agequipmentbusinesstal #letsgomovesomeiron Contact Me at: MovingIronLLC.com movingironpodcast@movingironpodcast.com

February 18 • 27m 26s
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MIP #416 Dumb horse power With Ben Friedhof Ziglar Ag

Moving Iron's Official Data Partner Is Fusable. The Home Iron Solutions And EDA Data. Ignite Your Dealership's Growth With Fusable.com MIP #416 Dumb Horse Power With Ben Freidhof of Ziegler Ag Summary In this episode, Casey Seymour and Ben Friedhof discuss current weather conditions and their impact on farming. They then delve into the outlook for the marketplace in 2024, focusing on concerns about row crop tractors and the challenges of high-priced equipment. They also explore the dynamics of the used equipment market, particularly in the combined market. Ben shares insights on the demand for 5-year-old machines and the market's future. They conclude by discussing Ziegler Ag's rebuild program for legacy machines and the benefits of attending the Moving Iron Summit for networking and learning. Takeaways The weather conditions, such as snowfall and dryness, significantly impact the farming community. The marketplace outlook 2024 is cautiously optimistic, with a potentially slow start and a focus on input costs and interest rates. There are concerns about the inventory imbalance in the combined market, with a surplus of class eight combined. The demand for 5-year-old machines is limited due to price increases and the availability of newer models. The market's future depends on various factors, including geopolitical events, interest rates, and foreign markets. Ziegler Ag's rebuild program for legacy machines allows customers to bring in their older machines for a complete rebuild to like-new condition. The Moving Iron Summit provides industry professionals a valuable networking and learning opportunity. Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Weather 03:52 Marketplace Outlook for 2024 05:07 Concerns about Row Crop Tractors 07:15 Challenges with High-Priced Equipment 10:34 The Used Equipment Market 12:51 Inventory Imbalance in the Combine Market 13:39 Demand for 5-Year-Old Machines 17:02 The Future of the Market and the New Normal 22:14 Rebuild Program for Legacy Machines 29:14 Moving Iron Summit and Networking 30:30 Conclusion Click To Listen: https://on.soundcloud.com/uAWr5 Click To Watch: https://youtu.be/ch6W382cg0k Presented By @Fusable Music By: @TalbottBrothers Host: Casey Seymour @casey9673 #agequipmentbusinesstal #letsgomovesomeiron Contact Me at: MovingIronLLC.com movingironpodcast@movingironpodcast.com

February 17 • 34m 58s
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MIP #415 - Building The Guide With Jon Womack Of Iron Solutions

Moving Iron's Official Data Partner Is Fusable. The Home Iron Solutions And EDA Data. Ignite Your Dealership's Growth With Fusable.com MIP # 415 Building The Guide With Jon Womack of Iron Solutions Summary In this episode of the Moving Iron Podcast, Casey Seymour interviews John Womack from Iron Solutions to discuss the current trends and data in the agricultural equipment marketplace. They highlight the rebound of large row crop tractors and the increasing number of sprayers being listed for auction. They emphasize the importance of accurate sold reports and data in making informed decisions. John explains the process of gathering data from manufacturers and the role of data in lending institutions. They also discuss the significance of hour usage and adjustments in determining equipment values. The episode concludes with contact information for further inquiries. Takeaways Large-row crop tractors and sprayers are in high demand in the agricultural equipment marketplace. Accurate sold reports and data are crucial for making informed decisions in the industry. Hour usage and usage adjustments play a significant role in determining equipment values. Accessing sold reports and comparables can provide valuable insights for equipment evaluation. Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Market Overview 02:09 Market Trends: Large Row Crop Tractors and Sprayers 03:06 The Importance of Sold Reports and Data 04:33 The Process of Gathering Data from Manufacturers 07:36 The Role of Data in Lending Institutions 08:06 Ensuring Accuracy and Concrete Information 10:06 The Significance of Hour Usage and Usage Adjustments 13:06 Normalizing Sold Reports and Base Model Pricing 15:19 Factors Influencing Hour Usage 18:54 Accessing Sold Reports and Comparables 29:30 Closing Remarks and Contact Information Click To Watch: https://youtu.be/j9woluSLeNA Click To Listen: https://on.soundcloud.com/q2nBe Presented By @Fusable Music By: @TalbottBrothers Host: Casey Seymour @casey9673 #agequipmentbusinesstal #letsgomovesomeiron Contact Me at: MovingIronLLC.com movingironpodcast@movingironpodcast.com

February 17 • 30m 56s
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Ep. 350 – Elzinga, Fuhrer, Hibbard, Smith – Soil Health Conference Panel

I was privileged to be the Master of Ceremonies at the South Dakota Soil Health Coalition’s Soil Health Conference. As part of those duties, I was able to moderate a panel discussion with Glenn Elzinga, Jay Fuhrer, Cooper Hibbard and Zack Smith. This was a great wide-ranging discussion with some audience Question and Answer at...

February 17 • 1h 17m 48s
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Fed cattle and cash hog prices move higher this week | Weekly Livestock Market Update for 2/16/24

Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Meghan Grebner and University of Missouri Market Analyst Scott Brown give a weekly recap of the markets and discuss how it can impact farmers’ bottom lines. Learn more about what's happening in the agriculture markets here: https://brownfieldagnews.com/markets/ Find more agriculture news here: https://brownfieldagnews.com/ This week in the markets: Live fed cattle prices are $1.45 higher on the week, while feeder cattle prices were steady this week. April live cattle were up $0.85 on the week, and March feeder cattle were up $3.95 on the week while March corn futures were 14 cents lower this week. Choice box beef was unchanged this week and stood at $18.75 above the year-ago level. Cash hogs are up $1.50 this week. April lean hog futures were up $4.00 on the week. Pork cutout values were up $2.40 this week. Weekly slaughter: At the end of the week, cattle slaughter was 608,000 head, down 14,000 on the week and down 17,000 for the year. Hog slaughter was 2.559 million head, down 63,000 from the previous week and up 69,000 on the year. Retail prices: The choice retail beef price gained 6.7 cents in January 2024 relative to last month. This is 6.7% above the year-ago level. The retail price of pork fell 3 cents in January 2024 relative to last month and remained unchanged relative to the year-ago level. Bacon prices fell 2.4% over the past month. Consumer sentiment: The February consumer sentiment index gained 0.8% over last month's level and 19% above the year-ago level. Next week's reports: ➡︎ Livestock Slaughter ➡︎ Cattle on Feed ➡︎ Cold Storage Connect with us: ➡︎ X (formally Twitter): https://twitter.com/brownfield ➡︎ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrownfieldAgNews ➡︎ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBR7KnDynZ0hw7xF23dE94A Brownfield Ag News creates and delivers original content across multiple media platforms. Brownfield is the largest and one of the oldest agricultural news networks in the country carrying agricultural news, markets, weather, commentary and feature content. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

February 16 • 11m 9s
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RealAg Radio: Clean fuel regulations, trade flow differences, and grain transportation, Feb 16, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio recorded live at Cargill Marketsense. Host Shaun Haney is joined by: Ed Broschinski of Cargill Marketsense on Canada’s clean fuel regulations; Marcus Weidler and Ben Girard of Cargill Marketsense on canola production, trade flow differences and grain transportation; and, Hear an Alberta farmer panels... Read More

February 16 • 55m 8s
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02 16 24 Farmer Friday

02 16 24 Farmer Friday by Ag PhD

February 16 • 59m
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DriveTime: Feb. 16, 2024

Today’s Agri-Pulse DriveTime, takes a look at industry leaders thoughts on USDA’s ag outlook projections and also hears from the Environmental Defense Fund and the priorities they have for 2024.

February 16 • 5m
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Agri-Pulse Newsmakers: Feb. 16, 2024: USDA Chief Economist Seth Meyer, Mac Marshall and Krista Swanson on Ag Outlook Forum forecast

This week marked USDA's 100th Annual Ag Outlook Forum, which brings together the industry's leading economists for a look at the financial picture for the upcoming year. USDA Chief Economist Seth Meyer joins Agri-Pulse Newsmakers to discuss the projections he offered to kick off the meeting and take a look at the overall health of the farm economy. Then, economists Mac Marshall with the United Soybean Board and Krista Swanson with the National Corn Growers Association offer their thoughts on the upcoming growing season for their respective commodities and what major factors they see influencing the ag economy.Want to receive Newsmakers in your inbox every week? Sign up! http://eepurl.com/hTgSAD

February 16 • 25m 56s
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Territorial Rodeo Update: Top 5 Countdown

Your Source For The Latest RODEO NEWS Following Heartland PRCA Athletes With Host Monte James. Fast paced, professionally produced, weekly radio show that follows Midwestern PRCA Rodeo Athletes throughout the year & all the way to the National Finals Rodeo! [READ MORE...]

February 16 • 2m 59s
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Territorial Rodeo Update: Top 5 Countdown Buffalo Bill Edition

Your Source For The Latest RODEO NEWS Following Heartland PRCA Athletes With Host Monte James. Fast paced, professionally produced, weekly radio show that follows Midwestern PRCA Rodeo Athletes throughout the year & all the way to the National Finals Rodeo! [READ MORE...]

February 16 • 2m 59s
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Cattle on Feed Report, Hoof Care, Research Round-Up

Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on any links below to be taken to sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news regarding the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 2:23 Cattle on Feed Report 12:24 Listener Question: Hoof Care 17:32 Research Round-Up: Luis Feitoza Guest: Luis Feitoza, Graduate Research Assistant… Continue reading Cattle on Feed Report, Hoof Care, Research Round-Up

February 16 • 24m 52s
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RealAg Radio: 2024 profit outlook, cattle herd expansion, and DON testing results, Feb 15, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this Thursday edition on RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada! On this week’s Farmer Rapid Fire, host Shaun Haney checks in with: Drew Spoelstra of Binbrook, Ont.; Mark Huston of Chattam-Kent, Ont.; Tyler Bartmanovich of McDonald, Man.; and, Jocelyn Velestuk of Broadview, Sask. Plus, we will hear... Read More

February 15 • 55m 33s
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DriveTime: Feb. 15, 2024

USDA's Ag Outlook Forum is in full swing this week, and with it comes new projections on the 2024 financial picture for the farm economy. Hear the latest in today's DriveTime.

February 15 • 5m
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02 15 24 Pigweed Control

02 15 24 Pigweed Control by Ag PhD

February 15 • 59m
Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Still trying to bounce back! cover art

Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Still trying to bounce back!

So thank you to all those medical personnel who are waging the cold, influenza and strep battles, on top of the other emergencies and medical situations, in your communities!  So let’s just sign off today saying stay safe, stay healthy, drink your water, wash your hands, and cover your mouth when you cough and sneeze. Okay, that should cover it!  [READ MORE...]

February 15 • 2m
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Episode 60 | The NLRS, Nitrogen Applications, & Crop Insurance

February 15 • 21m 37s
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Bonus Episode: The Good and (Mostly) Bad of the 2024 Super Bowl Ads

C.O.nxt Associate Creative Director Michael Bleach joins Brandon and Rochelle to talk about the best and worst food and beverage commercials in this year’s big game.

February 15 • 39m 35s
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F4F - Young Farmers of Iowa - After Party

Check out Terraplex at www.terraplexag.com

February 15 • 59m 54s
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87 | Uplevel Dairy Young Leaders featuring Emily Shaw Schaapman, Dairy Girl Fitness

And our featured Young Leader today is Emily Shaw Schaapmann, also known as the Dairy Girl Fitness, shares the career journey that led her to starting her own business.  Describing her initial struggles finding her place in the dairy industry and experiencing career frustration, Emily discusses how she channeled her passions for health, fitness, and dairy promotion into establishing Dairy Girl Fitness. Five years later, this business has helped more than 500 women reach their health goals and includes a team of four coaches.  Follow Emily Shaw Schaapman on Social Facebook: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/DairyGirlFitness/⁠ Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/dairygirlfitness/⁠ Podcast: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/cowgirltalk/⁠ YouTube: ⁠https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNADOKh4JsW_Lp7gGVfyyYQ⁠ Website: ⁠https://dairygirlfitness.com/⁠ The Uplevel Dairy Young Leaders Podcast is the special podcast series for producers and professionals in the first 5 years of their dairy careers. Find it on the Uplevel Dairy Podcast, as well as its own platform, Uplevel Dairy Young Leaders on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and YouTube. Join the Uplevel Dairy Young Leaders Facebook Group: ⁠https://www.facebook.com/groups/792440762650346/⁠

February 15 • 32m 1s
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RealAg Radio: Pushing wheat yield, battling diseases in corn, and trade relations, Feb 14, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by Syngenta. Host Shaun Haney is joined by: Reg Gurney and Brian Woolley of Syngenta on pushing wheat yield with intensity; Marijke Vanderlaan and Phil Krieg of Syngenta on fungicides’ role in battling corn diseases; Kim McConnell on the Canadian and... Read More

February 14 • 55m 27s
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Digging In with Matt Moreland

Matt Moreland, Owner of Red Barn Ranch in Harrisonville, MO, was a presenter at our recent MOFB Young Farmers and Ranchers Conference at the Lake of the Ozarks. Moreland joins us on the podcast to tell us a little about his agritourism destination, how he got started and how he has grown his business to what it is today. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts to have Digging In sent directly to your smart device each time it's released! Host: Janet Adkison, Missouri Farm Bureau Director of Public Affairs & Advocacy Guests: Matt Moreland, Owner of Red Barn Ranch Producer: Natalie Ayers, Missouri Farm Bureau Video & Audio Media Specialist

February 14 • 15m 48s
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DriveTime: Feb. 14, 2024

Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack was on Capitol Hill today to testify in front of the House Ag Committee. Tune in to Agri-Pulse DriveTime to hear more.

February 14 • 5m
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02 14 24 Making Your Own Potassium Recommendations

02 14 24 Making Your Own Potassium Recommendations by Ag PhD

February 14 • 59m
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Characteristics of Effective Ranch Managers - A Perspective from the King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management

February 14 • 23m 29s
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Seed Catalogs Are Presents in January

Have you started planning your seed order for the spring? Peter and Michelle are too! We love talking about crop scheduling. This episode starts with some new thoughts about ordering seeds and planning your crop schedule 2024 and also goes back to one of our first episodes on crop scheduling back in 2020.

February 14 • 46m 10s
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Beef Market Update with Paul Dykstra

Delivering a quality product is something Angus producers are familiar with, but what opportunities and challenges are available as we move forward in the current cattle cycle?  Today’s host, Miranda Reiman, sat down with Certified Angus Beef’s Paul Dykstra to discuss:  Current market trends What producers might expect in the coming year Dykstra's recent Angus University market presentation And more! We thank Westway Feed for their support of this episode.     Find more information to make Angus work for you in the Angus Beef Bulletin and ABB EXTRA. Make sure you're subscribed! Sign up here to the print Angus Beef Bulletin and the digital Angus Beef Bulletin EXTRA. Have questions or comments? We'd love to hear from you! Contact our team at abbeditorial@angus.org.

February 14 • 18m 56s
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2024 Political Outlook

Former North Dakota Senator Byron Dorgan joins Kurt Kovarik, Clean Fuels’ VP, Federal Affairs, to discuss policy priorities for the biofuel industry, the Farm Bill and how the presidential election will impact the political landscape. For more information, visit Clean Fuels Alliance America. To suggest topics or guests for a future episode, email us at podcasts@CleanFuels.org.

February 14 • 31m 28s
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Getting in the Arena with Kim Bremmer

Kim Bremmer, of Ag Inspirations, joins me to talk about the challenges facing family farms, how to get involved, and the best tips for pushing back against government overreach.  Presented by CK6 Consulting | CK6 Source | Real Tuff Livestock Equipment | Meats by Linz |Linz Heritage Angus | Redmond RealSalt

February 14 • 40m 40s
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86 | Join Us for the Premier Dairy Event of the High Plains: 2024 High Plains Dairy Conference

What's been keeping you up at night? Is your mind turning about how to create alternative revenue streams, monetizing more than milk from your dairy or cash in on carbon? Or are you wishing there was a training available for your middle managers, one day where they could sharpen their communication and leadership skills?  Well, guess what ... you can find it all and more in one place: The High Plains Dairy Conference. I’ll be emceeing this biennial event, and I’m inviting you to join me in Amarillo, Texas, on March 5 and 6, with a bonus middle manager training on March 7, for one of the most truly producer-driven meetings in the dairy industry. The driving force behind this meeting is Dr. Robert Hagevoort from New Mexico State University Extension. Robert shared some valuable insights on our last episode on optimizing the ROI of your employees, and he’s back on today to tell us what’s new, what to expect and why dairy producers from beyond the High Plains will find value in the High Plains Dairy Conference! ----- High Plains Dairy Conference Embassy Suites Amarillo, Texas Pre-Conference and Conference on March 5-6; Middle Managers Training Workshop on March 7 ------ View agenda and register for the High Plains Dairy Conference: https://hpdc.regfox.com/2024-high-plains-dairy-conference ------ Contact Dr. Robert Hagevoort dairydoc@highplainsdairy.org  (806) 786-3421

February 14 • 15m 43s
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Episode 134 – Winter Wheat Tips

Temperature ups and downs over the winter have us wondering what impact it will have on potential wheat yield. Dr. Laura Lindsey, Soybean and Small Grains Specialist, walks us through getting wheat off to a good start, evaluating it in the spring and how much correlation that has with yield. She also shares the latest […]

February 14 • 16m 28s
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MIP Markets With Shawn Hackett - Taking Advantage Of Short Term Weather Events

MIP Markets with Shawn Hackett - Taking Advantage Of Short-Term Weather Events Summary In this episode, Sean Hackett discusses the recent market report and the impact of the USDA's numbers on the grain markets. He explains the discrepancy between the USDA and CONAB's crop estimates and the resulting market uncertainty. Sean also analyzes the cattle market, highlighting the effects of extreme weather conditions on cattle weights and prices. He advises producers to utilize short-term rallies and lock in cash prices. Additionally, Sean discusses the potential impact of geopolitical events on agricultural markets and the importance of monitoring weather risks. The episode concludes with a listener question about Ukraine and Russia's crops. Takeaways The USDA's crop estimates and the discrepancy with CONAB's numbers have created market uncertainty. Extreme weather conditions have affected cattle weights and prices, providing short-term opportunities for producers to lock in cash prices. Geopolitical events and weather risks are essential to consider in agricultural market forecasting. Ukraine's agricultural production has not been significantly impacted by the conflict with Russia, possibly because of a theoretical agreement between Russia and China. Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Market Report 03:13 Cattle Market Analysis 08:15 Weather and Geopolitical Factors 17:13 Listener Question: Ukraine and Russia's Crops 23:28 Conclusion and Contact Information Click To Listen: https://on.soundcloud.com/K4u7H Click To Watch: https://youtu.be/-3ZmofGGNKs Presented By @AxonTire @AgDirect @IronSolutions @randallreilly @Fusable @Valleytransinc Music By: @TalbottBrothers Host: Casey Seymour @casey9673 #agequipmentbusinesstal #letsgomovesomeiron Contact Me at: MovingIronLLC.com movingironpodcast@movingironpodcast.com

February 14 • 31m 31s
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RealAg Radio: Canada’s opportunity, nourishing the future, and global food security, Feb 13, 2024

Happy Canada’s Ag Day! Thanks for tuning into this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Justine Hendricks, CEO of Farm Credit Canada on the Future of Food event in Ottawa and their role in the future; Murad Al Katib, President and CEO of AGT Foods on nourishing the... Read More

February 13 • 55m 18s
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DriveTime: Feb. 13, 2024

Today's DriveTime features the release of some big reports from the federal government, including the latest inflation data and a broad collection of data on American agriculture.

February 13 • 5m
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02 13 24 Ag in Education

02 13 24 Ag in Education by Ag PhD

February 13 • 59m
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Cattle Feeders Share Their Wishlist, Predictions — Kee Jim and Mike Thoren Discuss Future

The days of feed cards and calculators have given way to computer-balanced rations, mixed pens of cattle have become more uniform and carcass-based premiums are now figured into the target rather than an afterthought, but the main objectives of cattle feeders remain the same today as they were decades ago. Two well-known names in the cattle feeding business join us for this episode capturing their history, the kind of cattle they’re currently demanding and an outlook on the future of that segment of the industry. It covers everything from beef-on-dairy systems and roller compacted concrete to advice Angus breeders can take to heart. HOSTS: Mark McCully and Miranda Reiman GUESTS: Kee Jim, of G.K. Jim Farms and founding partner of Feedlot Health Management Services, hails from Okotoks, Alberta. After growing up on a ranch and the earning his degree from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatchewan in 1983, he began his entrepreneurial and his feedyard consulting career in tandem, always looking to the data to answer the toughest questions. In addition, he feeds cattle across North America. Among the numerous accolades he’s received, Kee was recently inducted into the Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame. Mike Thoren has served as the president and CEO of Five Rivers since it began in 2005. Before that he held various roles for ConiBeef and Continental Grain Company, including CEO, feedyard general manager and feedlot operations. He earned a masters in ag economics and a bachelor’s in ag business from Washington State University.   Don't miss news in the Angus breed. Visit www.AngusJournal.net and subscribe to the AJ Daily e-newsletter and our monthly magazine, the Angus Journal.

February 13 • 1h 4m 23s
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Weekly Commodity Market Update: Recap of USDA's February global estimates

This week Will and Ben review USDA's most recent global supply and demand estimates and what they mean for U.S. agriculture. Market recap (Changes on week as of Monday's close):  - March 2024 corn down $0.10 at $4.32 - December 2024 corn down $.07 $4.70  - March 2024 soybeans down $.03 at $11.93 - November 2024 soybeans down $.08 at $11.68 - March soybean oil up 2.11 cents at 47.44 cents/lb - March soybean meal down $14.60 at $346.50/short ton - March 2024 wheat up $.03 at $5.93 - July 2024 wheat down $.08 at $5.95 - March WTI Crude Oil up $4.17 at $77.01/barrel   Weekly Highlights ·        The Consumer Price Index came in hotter than expected for the month at 3.1% year over year compared to expectations of 2.9%. ·        Weekly CTFC data showed that open interest in Chicago Futures and Options continues to increase up 3.4% for Chicago wheats, 1.6% for Chicago corn, and 3.7% for Chicago soybeans. ·        Similarly, managed money traders continue to sell off corn, soybean and wheat positions. Traders sold another 1,962 of wheat contracts, 17,493 corn contracts, and 22,053 soybean contracts. These moves increased the net short positions held across the board. The net short in corn is just 2,300 contracts from hitting -300,000 net short positions and close to the all time net short set in April 2019. ·        Crude oil stocks rose by 5.5 million barrels last week but remain 4% below levels we typically we see this time of year. Conversely gasoline stocks and distillate stocks fell 3.1 and 3.2 million barrels, respectively. Ethanol stocks were up slightly to 24.8 million barrels. ·        Ethanol production continues to return from the low experienced during the January cold period at 1,033,000 barrels. Corn used for ethanol production is running 108 million bushels above the same last years pace and 65 million bushels above seasonal pace needed to hit USDA’s current target.  ·        USDA’s February Supply and Demand Estimates were relatively bearish to the market but ended the day with some support. Ending stocks for US soybeans of 315 million bushels were above all pre-report expectations. Globally- cuts to Brazilian soybeans were not as large as expected. Corn and wheat estimates for the month were rather neutral. ·        US ag export sales were once again bearish for soybeans and slightly supportive to everything else. Soybean sales came in at 12.5 million bushels- below all pre-report expectations. Corn and wheat sales were both in line with expectations and up week over week. ·        Ukraine’s Farm Ministry estimated 2024 corn planting down 9% from last year based on their spring survey data. ·        Grain and oilseed export inspections this week were all within pre-report expectations, but on the top end. Soybean export inspections were slightly a surprise as last week’s volume was revised 12 million bushels higher. Export inspection volumes to date are up 160 million bushels for corn while down 332 million bushels for soybeans.   Topics: - Market recap - Inflation higher than expected - Global corn and soybeans carryout - South American production estimates - Reports to watch See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

February 13 • 14m 50s
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85 | 3 Keys to Maximize Profit and ROI from Your People

Any dairy producer will tell you, a good employee is worth every dollar. But every two weeks, when pay day comes around, do you ever wonder if you are getting the most out of your investment? What if it didn't have to cost you a penny more to maximize the efforts and outcomes of every hour you are paying that employee to be at your dairy?  Our guest today spends a lot of his time improving training, safety and development of the dairy workforce. Dr. Robert Hagevoort, with New Mexico State University Extension, joins us to talk about three things he sees high-performing dairy operations doing to increase employee engagement, retention and performance.  Hear about: The reason your trainings in Spanish may be failing How to optimize daily performance What the best dairies are doing to get the right people in the right seats on the bus To view agenda and register for the High Plains Dairy Conference: https://hpdc.regfox.com/2024-high-plains-dairy-conference Contact Dr. Robert Hagevoort: dairydoc@highplainsdairy.org  (806) 786-3421

February 13 • 34m 59s
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129 AgEmerge Podcast With Dr. Jonathan Lundgren Founder of Ecdysis and Blue Dasher Farm

Thanks for joining us! Today we welcome Dr. Jonathan Lundgren, Founder and Director of the Ecdysis Foundation and Director and CEO of Blue Dasher Farm. Jonathan was one of our speakers at the very first AgEmerge event and his presentation was so powerful. Watching the work that he and his whole team are doing at Ecdysis and Blue Dasher Farm inspires us to continue to learn and understand the biodiversity necessary to nurture our land. In this episode of the podcast Jonathan says, “you know those entomology problems, those insect pest problems? The reason we don't solve them is because they're not entomology problems, they're soil problems. And until we heal the soil, we’re just going to continue to have problem after problem after problem.” Take a listen as he and Monte talk about their research, discoveries and passion to solve those problems. Dr. Lundgren is an agroecologist, Founder of the ECDYSIS Foundation, and CEO for Blue Dasher Farm. Lundgren’s research program focuses on assessing the ecological risk of pest management strategies and developing long-term solutions for sustainable food systems. His ecological research focuses heavily on conserving healthy biological communities within agroecosystems by reducing disturbance and increasing biodiversity within cropland. He received his PhD in Entomology from the University of Illinois in 2004 and was a top scientist with USDA-ARS for 11 years. Lundgren’s research and education programs focus on assessing the ecological risk of pest management strategies and developing long-term solutions for regenerative food systems. Ecdysis Foundation & Blue Dasher Farm as a research foundation as well as training ground for future scientists and farmers. He is an Agroecologist, Farmer, Rancher, and Beekeeper. ECDYSIS https://www.ecdysis.bio/ Blue Dasher Farm https://www.bluedasher.farm/ Got questions you want answered? Send them our way and we’ll do our best to research and find answers. Know someone you think would be great on the AgEmerge stage or podcast? Send your questions or suggestions to kim@asn.farm we’d love to hear from you.

February 13 • 54m 43s
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WOYM – He’s Got Good Genes, Eduard Akhunov

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February 13 • 36m 9s
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402 Stuart & Natalie Beam Skip Generation Farmers

How many landlords do you have? Stuart & Natalie Beam navigate over 40 landlords Listen to how these North Carolina "skip generation" farmers are living their dream.

February 13 • 50m 27s
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KRose Company Founder, Karoline Rose

Karoline Rose is the leader and heart of KRose Company and Cattleman U.She also owns and operates a farm to table store called the Ranchers' Daughter. Karoline prefers to spend her days in sale barns or on the ranch, but she’s a pro at working from anywhere and will pour her heart into taking care of her clients. Karoline hopes to elevate people's businesses to the best of her abilities, whether they're young entrepreneurs or experienced ranchers. Karoline sits down with host, Tyler Schuster, this week to chat about CEO life, the resources her companies offer and her advice for future women in agriculture. www.krosecompany.comwww.cattlemanulive.com - all about our online educational membership, as well as the CU Planner, Profitfinder, She's a Hand Ranch Camp, and so much more! The Cattleman U Podcast The Cattleman U Podcast on Spotify theranchersdaughtermt.com Social Media Handles: @cattlemanu @krosecompany @rose.karoline @the_ranchersdaughter

February 13 • 32m 20s
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From Ranch to Leadership: Mark Eisele's Journey and Vision for the Cattle Industry

Newly elected NCBA President Mark Eisele and his family own and operate the King Ranch in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Mark transitioned into management and ownership of the King Ranch in a unique way. Hear Mark’s story and learn why it has shaped his goals for the industry, especially for young leaders in the cattle industry, as he takes leadership of NCBA. #cattle #ranching #familyfarm #rancher #cattleranch

February 13 • 38m
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43. NZBA: Banks and Climate Change

Hot Takes in Ag - Banks combating climate change?? We’re diving into the Net Zero Banking Alliance today. We’ll go through what it is, what we learned from our research, and how it could impact agriculture in the future. Subscribe to Magnetic Ag here:  Home Connect with us outside of the podcast @‌jenaochsner and @‌marypat.sass @‌beyondthecrops_

February 13 • 21m 12s
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Expanding Stine’s South American Research Program With Rodney Pentico

Stine’s winter nurseries and off-season production locations are essential to the success of our breeding program. Rodney Pentico, soybean research team leader for Stine, joins the Stine Seedcast to discuss the growth and intricacies of our South American research program. Learn about its evolution from the early days in Argentina to the current challenges of transporting seeds to and from the U.S. Stine’s commitment to pushing boundaries year after year ensures we remain a genetic leader in the marketplace. Make sure you stay up to date on everything Stine by following us on all our social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StineSeed  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stineseedco/ X: https://twitter.com/StineSeed

February 13 • 29m 48s
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RealAg Radio: How yield is made, learning blocks, and winter crop success, Feb 12, 2024

Thanks for tuning into this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by Nufarm. On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by RealAgriculture’s in-house agronomist Peter Johnson to discuss yield components, learning blocks, winter crops with cold weather, and more! We will also hear a spotlight interview with Tyler Gullen for Nufarm... Read More

February 12 • 55m 24s
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DriveTime: Feb. 12, 2024

The Department of Agriculture hopes to get young people involved in working lands conservation through a new partnership. Hear from top USDA officials about the news in today's DriveTime.

February 12 • 5m
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02 12 24 New(er) Crop Protection Products

02 12 24 New(er) Crop Protection Products by Ag PhD

February 12 • 59m
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Recent Research on Limit Feeding Stocker Cattle

February 12 • 21m 36s
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ZimmCast 725 - NCBA Leaders

Hello and welcome to the ZimmCast. I’m Chuck Zimmerman. The last two weeks have been hectic for the ZimmComm Team. I was in Orlando for CattleCon and I’m going to share some interviews from there in this episode. Then I was off to Ft. Worth for the Clean Fuels Conference while Cindy went to Scottsdale for the Crop Insurance and Reinsurance Bureau Annual Meeting. You can find virtual newsrooms for all of them on AgNewsWire.com. They contain links to the photo albums, interviews and selected session audio. We’ve got a break this week but a lot more on the schedule in the next couple months. So, let’s get on with CattleCon. I’m going to share interviews with Todd Wilkinson, Past NCBA President;  Mark Eisele, NCBA President; Buck Wehrbein, NCBA President-Elect and Colin Woodall, CEO, NCBA. Besides these CattleCon interviews there are many more that are separated as officers, staff, trade show and other interviews. Besides looking them up online you can also easily get them by subscribing to the ZimmComm Golden Mic Audio Podcast with your favorite platform. That is the ZimmCast for now. I hope you enjoyed it and thank you for listening.

February 12 • 41m 48s
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Mind Your Melons with Marshal Sewell

Marshal Sewell was raised on his family’s fifth generation fruit and vegetable farm in Plant City, Florida. After graduating from the University of Florida, he began a career in the vegetable seed industry. He currently works with Bayer Vegetable Seeds as a member of their Global Strategic Accounts team. His personal farm experience and his professional work across the produce business have given him a close look at stress and challenges in agriculture. Outside of work, he and his family are active advocates for mental health and stress management, both in- and out of agriculture. Through their Mind Your Melon platform, they seek to inspire healthier minds through proactive lifestyles.    Website: mindyourmelon.org Facebook: @Mind Your Melon Instagram: @mindurmelon

February 12 • 34m 7s
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Navigating ag market drivers and national policy priorities

Welcome to Episode 154 of The Spokesman Speaks podcast. In this episode, American Farm Bureau economist Betty Resnick sheds light on key market drivers, obstacles in trade, and exciting opportunities for renewable fuels. Then Iowa Farm Bureau President Brent Johnson joins the conversation to preview some potential national policy breakthroughs in 2024!   Resources mentioned in this episode: Register for Iowa Farm Bureau’s Acres of Opportunity Conference today. Learn more about online tools and services through the Farm Family Wellness Alliance.

February 12 • 27m 1s
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Navigating Crop Insurance in 2024: Strategies for Lower Commodity Prices

- Commodity Prices are down.  This will result in slightly lower MPCI premiums (15-20%), but it also means much lower per acre guarantees than it did in 2023.  $200 an acre less on corn and $100 an acre less on beans.  Unfortunately, input costs are about the same. I included a quick spreadsheet where I used ISU's estimated costs of production to come up with an implied level of MPCI coverage that would be needed to cover costs. You can see the big differences in '23 and '24 - it is not pretty. - Any good crop insurance agent's first job is to find a level of coverage that can cover input costs.  That was easy in '21-'23.  In 2024, it will be impossible for a majority of farmers - especially if they are not willing to buy higher coverages. So we might be stuck just trying to come close to covering inputs. Farmer instinct's may be to back off of crop insurance in order to save a few bucks, but they really should be looking at more ways to keep losses to a minimum. - So we might need to buy higher coverages.  What are our options?  85%, SCO (86% county based), ECO (95% county based), and private (unsubsidized) add-on coverages.  Folks who bought ECO on Corn in 2023 should be pretty happy.  Prices fell enough that even counties with above average yields will be getting ECO payments.   SCO and ECO have both grown in popularity over their short history and I think we will continue to see them grow in the coming years. FMH also has a couple of add-on coverages that work in tandem with SCO or ECO that are pretty good values.  They are called SCO+ and ECO+.  I can really nerd out on these, but we may not want to get this deep. - SCO is an economical way to buy up, but you can only have it when you have elected the PLC program at FSA. Both ARC and PLC programs are more relevant now than they were in the past several years.  They are far from a crop insurance replacement, but they may come into play in 2024. - High level MPCI products are not always needed for good risk management, but they are always a good value because of the subsidy.  History proves farmers will get back more than they put in if they remain in the same programs long enough.  This is true for all subsidized crop insurance plans. - Private Products like Hail and Wind have not changed much and I don't know of any significant rate changes across the country. - The use of precision data to report acres, production, and complete claims continues to grow.  The typical farmer will reduce premium (FSA acres tend to be overstated) and grow APHs (Dividing the same production by fewer acres). Claims are also completed significantly faster.  - FMH itself has a unique story.  We were founded as a mutual insurance company by a group of farmers in the late 1800s in Early, IA.  They were frustrated with losing crops due to hail so they pooled together financial resources to be paid out to those who had the largest hail losses.  The majority of board members and president at that time were from the same family - the Rutledge family.   The Rutledge's still run the company today and have for the entire 130+ years. This last bit seems odd given crop insurance is unique to the American Farmer, but a high majority of crop insurance companies (I think 11 out of the current 14) are run by larger reinsurers that are foreign entities.  On the other hand FMH is a mutual owned by our private policyholders.  So for this reason - we call ourselves "America's Crop Insurance Company." I also thought of another good story from the playgrounds of Aurelia if you will allow me to indulge.

February 12 • 1h 5m 44s
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Episode 209 - Salmonella dublin in calves, an overview - UMN Extension's The Moos Room

A listener question came in about what to do once Samonella dublin has been identified on your farm. A ton to think about and a borderline information overload in this one, but a good overview to start tackling the problem. Thank you for listening. Questions, comments, scathing rebuttals? -> themoosroom@umn.edu or call 612-624-3610 and leave us a message! Twitter -> @UMNmoosroom and @UMNFarmSafety Facebook -> @UMNDairy YouTube -> UMN Beef and Dairy and UMN Farm Safety and Health Instagram -> @UMNWCROCDairy Extension Website AgriAmerica Podcast Directory

February 12 • 24m 53s
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Jared Luhman of the Herd Quitter podcast on diversification, carbon movements, and quitting the herd

We're coming at you with a double episode today. Jared Luhman of the Herd Quitter podcast is making waves by interviewing "farmers and ranchers who aren't afraid to think for themselves and do things a little bit differently." Sounds familiar, right? Tune in for this in-depth episode to hear all about why JR (IYKYK) quit the herd, how JD diversifies his operation, and who's really in control of the carbon movement in ag. Head over to Herd Quitter wherever you get your podcasts for more like this!

February 12 • 1h 38m 49s
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