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ABCs of Ag with Concept Agritek

Diggin’ in with Concept AgriTek is a new conversation for an age-old solution: soil! In this new series of podcasts, we sit down with some of the most engaging thought-leaders in agriculture to explore new research and applications in soil health and productivity. We’re diggin’ in to learn more about the Rhizophagy Cycle, microbiome function, Haney testing and putting those test results to work. Follow along as we tie every conversation back to practices that matter to your farm’s productivity.

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Across the Acres | Presented by Beck's

Join David Ringger as he sits down and chats with Beck’s employees and farmers across the nation, all while connecting, challenging, and inspiring others.

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Agbioscience

This weekly podcast dives into the agbioscience sector, where agriculture, life sciences innovation and cutting-edge technology converge. Agbioscience is an in-depth conversation with leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs across food, animal health. pl...

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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 News Daily

Ag News Daily was created in 2017 by Mike Pearson and Delaney Howell!

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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 Outdoor Adventures

From the hardwoods to the shoreline, Brownfield’s Brent Barnett talks with outdoor industry experts about all the things you need to know for your hunting and fishing adventures.

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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 Dog

The podcast about the working dogs of farming, ranching, homesteading, and rural living. Presented by Goats On The Go® and hosted by its founder, Aaron Steele. We discuss the fascinating history and current practice of humans working with dogs to make a living from the land. Our chats with experts cover breeds, training, on-farm experiences, and more. Herding dogs (stockdogs) and livestock guardian dogs are frequent topics, but terriers, hunting dogs, and good ol' all-around farm dogs are up for discussion, too. If it produces, protects, or provides for our rural lives, we'll talk about it.

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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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LEARFIELD College Rodeo Podcast with Shelby Rasmussen

All things LEARFIELD College Rodeo

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Living Rural

Podcast on home financing and mortgages for rural living.

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Made for Agriculture

MFA Incorporated is a farm cooperative based in M…

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Moving Iron Podcast

Podcast by Moving Iron LLC

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Nebraska FARMcast

Produced by the Center for Agricultural Profitability in the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska FARMcast offers essential farm and ranch management information for agricultural decision-makers. Find more resources at https://cap.unl.edu.

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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. Brought to you by C.O.nxt, a marketing and communications agency.

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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 Ever.Ag Podcast

Innovative AgTech Solutions for Food and Beverage Supply Chains

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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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TopSoil Podcast

TopSoil Podcast digs into the hottest topics in agriculture including carbon intensity, soil health & precision ag. CEO Mitchell Hora & other Continuum Ag Representatives sit down with industry leaders to provide an opportunity for you to educate yourself on the latest and greatest in agriculture… and we want you to be along for the journey!

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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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War Against Weeds

Sarah, Joe, and Alyssa are three Extension weed scientists on a mission to help their audience understand what it takes for farmers to fight the war against weeds. Funding for the podcast is provided by the North Central IPM Center, on of four regional centers funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) to promote and facilitate the adoption of effective integrated pest management (IPM) strategies. You can also find our episodes at https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/.

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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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Getting ATV Safety On Track with Dale Jr.

All-Terrain Vehicles and Utility Task Vehicles are versatile workhorses on today’s farms and they’re more popular than ever for rural recreation. They’re also extremely powerful and potentially dangerous, especially for young and inexperienced riders who are unaware of safe riding practices. On this Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast, learn about the new Let's Champion Rider Safety initiative from Nationwide to spread awareness about ATV and UTV safety. Plus, find out about Ohio State Extension's new Food Business Central online course for those looking to sell their goods to local consumers.

May 26 • 19m 7.4s
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Cattle placements down 6% on the year | Weekly Livestock Market Update

On this episode of Weekly Livestock Market Update, Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Meghan Grebner and University of Missouri Market Analyst Scott Brown talk about this week's big reports, as well as cattle placements being down 6% on the year. 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 $1.60 higher on the week, while feeder cattle prices were $2.00 to $6.00 higher this week. June live cattle were up $3.05 on the week, and August feeder cattle were up $0.90 on the week. Choice box beef was $4.90 higher this week. Cash hogs were $0.80 lower this week. June lean hog futures were down $2.35 on the week. Pork cutout values were down $1.30 this week. Weekly Slaughter: At the end of the week, cattle slaughter was 607,000 head, up 9,000 on the week and down 18,000 for the year. Hog slaughter was 2.374 million head, down 30,000 from the previous week but up 19,000 on the year. Year-to-date cattle slaughter is down 4.5% relative to last year, and hog slaughter is up 0.5%. Livestock Slaughter: April 2024 beef production totaled 2.3 billion pounds, 11.3% above last year. Cattle dressed weights were 30 pounds heavier than last April. Beef cow slaughter in April 2024 was down 8% relative to one year ago, while heifer slaughter was up 12.5%. These data observations do not suggest any growth in beef cow inventory. April 2024 pork production was 2.3 billion pounds, up 9.3% relative to last year's period. Cold Storage: April ending cold storage stocks of beef and pork continue to show inventories below year-ago levels. Pork ending stocks were down 11.7% relative to last year, and beef ending stocks were 4.7% lower. Cattle on Feed: Cattle on Feed data came in near the midpoint of pre-report estimates. Cattle placements in April were 94.2% of one year ago, and cattle on feed, May 1st, were 99.1% of last year. Next week's reports: ➡︎ Quarterly Trade Outlook ➡︎ Restaurant Performance Index Connect with us: ➡︎ X (formerly 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.

May 25 • 18m 35.4s
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RealAg Radio: A rail strike update, Canada/U.S friendships, HPAI, and a Beef Market Update, May 24, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio! Shaun Haney is joined by Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange for a Beef Market Update. Haney is then joined by Kelvin Heppner and Lyndsey Smith, both of RealAgriculture, for the RealAg Issues Panel. They discuss a number of topics, including: An update... Read More

May 24 • 54m 11.9s
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DriveTime: May 24, 2024

Farm policy pundits agree the House Ag Committee's approval of a new farm bill was a first step for updated farm and nutrition programs.

May 24 • 4m 59.1s
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The Grain Feed – May 23, 2024 (Audio Only)

View the video version of this episode here. In The ... Read more The post The Grain Feed – May 23, 2024 (Audio Only) appeared first on .

May 24 • 17m 0.5s
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Territorial Rodeo Update: Your Source of Weekly Rodeo Standings With Host Guest Host Lydia Hill!

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...]

May 24 • 3m
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Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – May is Beef Month!

Now, pop on over to the Your Ag Network and check out the Ranch Raised Recipe book! I have some great ideas on how to put beef on your dinner table including a Smoked Beef Roast that would make an awesome weekend meal served along side some grilled veggies!  [READ MORE...]

May 24 • 2m
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Episode 234 - H5N1 update - What to do about shows/exhibitions, USDA announces indemnity for lost production, CDC announces second case in humans - UMN Extension's The Moos Room

5-24-24 - Dr. Joe shares what he thinks are the next steps with shows exhibitions, discusses CDC announcing a second official case in humans, and goes over new USDA documents and announcements that include indemnity for lost milk production in impacted herds. MN Department of Health request for PPE UMN Extension News USDA APHIS - Website FDA Updates Page MN Board of Animal Health - Website 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

May 24 • 21m 17.7s
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Greg Wagner's keys to turkey hunting in Nebraska

On this week’s episode of the Outdoor Adventures podcast from Brownfield, Brent Barnett talks with Nebraska Game and Parks’ Greg Wagner about some of the turkey hunting opportunities across the state. Nebraska’s turkey season continues through the end of May. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

May 24 • 14m 59.9s
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May 24, 2024: Aqua-Yield, the future of Nanotechnology?

Across the country this week, many in the corn belt faced severe weather conditions including multiple deadly tornadoes, flooding, and extreme thunderstorms. This week's headlines include weather, planting progress, an update on the Farm Bill, H5N1, tar spot research, and more! Throwing things back with a little technology-themed episode with the CEO and Co-founder of Aqua-Yield, Clark Bell. And be sure to stick around for the end of the show, when we cover a weekly recap of the markets. Don’t forget to hit subscribe and follow us on social media!

May 24 • 26m 57.9s
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Planting, variability, pests & climate trends -May24InsightsReport

MFA's agronomists review current crop conditions and discuss what's next in the growing season. Cameron leads the discussion over the variability from Kevin in the north, to Scott in the Central to Jesse in the Boothill & southeast. What's next? Listen now.

May 24 • 21m 21s
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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...]

May 24 • 2m
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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...]

May 24 • 2m
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Agri-Pulse Newsmakers: May 24, 2024: Former Secretaries of Ag Dan Glickman, Mike Johanns on farm bill

As the House Agriculture Committee held its first farm bill markup this week, former Ag Secretaries Dan Glickman and Mike Johanns join Agri-Pulse Newsmakers to discuss the political environment around a farm bill. Focusing on bipartisan solutions, Secretaries Glickman and Johanns discuss potential roadblocks Republicans and Democrats must overcome to pass farm and food legislation.Want to receive Newsmakers in your inbox every week? Sign up! http://eepurl.com/hTgSAD

May 24 • 25m 55.6s
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International Visitors, Summer Grazing, Electronic Nose

Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat! Dr. Brad White, Dr. Phillip Lancaster and Dr. Brian Lubbers cover a lot of ground on this week’s episode from international guests to summer grazing. Dr. Conrad Schelkopf joins the hosts and rounds out the episode discussing his research on the electronic nose. 3:13 Takeaways from the discussions with New… Continue reading International Visitors, Summer Grazing, Electronic Nose

May 24 • 24m 40.9s
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Ep. 365 – Kristine Root – Verifying Regenerative Systems

Kristine Root, CMO at Regenified, joined me to discuss the current state of the regenerative food system. We also discuss the work that Regenified is doing to facilitate connections between producers, processors, and consumers of regenerative products. Thanks to our Studio Sponsor, Understanding Ag! Head over to UnderstandingAg.com to book your consultation today! Sponsor: UnderstandingAg.com...

May 24 • 53m 15.2s
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116 | Mastering a Marathon Mindset with Clare Alderink

Back on Episode 100, Clare Alderink, manager at Ryzebol Dairy in Michigan, joined Tommy Oesch from Swiss Lane Farms to talk about doing hard things, like running 4 miles every 4 hours in 48 hours, the 75 hard challenge … and if you recall, Clare also mentioned he was training for an upcoming marathon.  Well, I caught up with Clare just days after he crossed the finish line of the Kalamazoo Marathon. When I asked Clare how the race went, his simple response was this: It was hard. Clare had been training for months to not only condition his body with the miles, but as you will find out, more importantly, strengthen his mindset … and that is what got him through an unexpected challenge, all the way to the finish. Listen to find out how this dairy manager-turned-marathon runner views running in much the same way as managing the dairy: From developing discipline and consistency To defining which data points really improve performance in the barn and on the road And practicing patience for the long run … no pun intended.  Recommended read: The Confident Mind by Dr. Nate Zinsser Hear more from Clare on Ep. 100: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/nC8xDGc0OJb Subscribe to Uplevel Dairy Podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClQ6xQHZ0A1vqHKjRkbtJJA Want to get new episodes in your inbox? Subscribe here: https://www.upleveldairy.com/subscribe

May 24 • 35m 12s
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NCBA President: Uniting Cattle Producers Around the Globe

On this episode, NCBA President and Wyoming rancher Mark Eisele joins to discuss some of his recent travels to Australia and Mexico. At these meetings, Eisele worked to unite farmers and ranchers on some of the common threats facing cattle producers around the world like foreign animal diseases, lab-grown protein, and radical anti-agriculture activism. Eisele signed joint statements with his cattle industry counterparts from Australia, Canada, and Mexico to further this collaboration. Eisele also shared some information on a joint letter sent to the top trade officials in the United States, Mexico, and Canada calling for greater trade opportunities and robust oversight of disreputable trading partners.

May 23 • 10m 51.5s
RealAg Radio: Direct selling, first-cut forage, and the worst equipment to fix, May 23, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: Direct selling, first-cut forage, and the worst equipment to fix, May 23, 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 Lyndsey Smith checks in with: Ryan McCarron of Antigonish, N.S.; Brianne Brown of Yarker, Ont.; Jason Kehler of Carmen, Man.; and, Jake Leguee of Fillmore, Sask. Plus, we will hear... Read More

May 23 • 54m 59.5s
05 23 24 Flag Leaf Fungicides in Wheat cover art

05 23 24 Flag Leaf Fungicides in Wheat

05 23 24 Flag Leaf Fungicides in Wheat by Ag PhD

May 23 • 58m 59.2s
DriveTime: Thursday, May 23, 2024 cover art

DriveTime: Thursday, May 23, 2024

Partisan sparks flew from the start of debate in the House Agriculture Committee.

May 23 • 4m 59.1s
Bison production and (temporarily) quitting farming with Dodge Slead cover art

Bison production and (temporarily) quitting farming with Dodge Slead

Dodge Slead of Lebo, Kansas is no stranger to unique farming strategies – even if that strategy means NOT farming. Yes, you read that right. Dodge and his wife run a bison and beef operation, as well as traditional row crop farming. On this episode, he breaks down why he decided to try bison farming, how he manages his livestock, why he felt called to take a year off from growing crops entirely, and how he kept his farm afloat in that year off. Tune in!

May 23
Just Say No To The Green New Deal Land Grab with Spencer Gosch & Mark Lapka cover art

Just Say No To The Green New Deal Land Grab with Spencer Gosch & Mark Lapka

The South Dakota primary is next week, and in this episode, I speak with Spencer Gosch and Mark Lapka, two farmers/ranchers running for the state legislature in District 23. Get an update on the out-of-state, private carbon pipeline and how South Dakotans are pushing back against the government grift and climate change boondoggle. Plus, get out an vote June 4th for strong Constitutional candidates who are tireless in their fight to protect private property rights. Presented by Bid on Beef | CK6 Consulting | CK6 Source | Real Tuff Livestock Equipment | Meats by Linz | Linz Heritage Angus | Redmond RealSalt

May 23 • 42m 30.8s
Controlling Invasive Species in Native Range with Late Summer and Fall Burning cover art

Controlling Invasive Species in Native Range with Late Summer and Fall Burning

May 23 • 18m 47.1s
Ethanol Report 5-23-24 cover art

Ethanol Report 5-23-24

RFA economist Scott Richman and Senior VP, Industry Relations & Market Development Robert White

May 23 • 15m 38.8s
F4F - Cole Sonne - Sonne Farms cover art

F4F - Cole Sonne - Sonne Farms

Cole Sonne - Sonne Farms   Mt Vernon South Dakota   @SonneFarms  172k Facebook --  48.4k Instagram – 270k YouTube Subs    My name is Cole Sonne  fourth generation farmer  living in South-Eastern South Dakota.  My father and I raise Black Angus Cattle. we raise bulls Who all is involved? we also grow alfalfa, grass hay, corn, and soybeans.  I started making youtube videos for not just your entertainment, but for mine as well. Has made 740 videos Married – Wife Tiffany Renovated their home at the “South Farm” in 2022 Has a partnership with RFDTV DIY Videos Tutorials Wisdom sharing Farmer Grade with Tork and Sawyer   Why do the social media? Promote Mental Health in Agriculture Farm Safety  Farm Rescue What would he do differently Any cool experiences? Cool people? Advice for others? Merchandise Farm Focus What’s next?   What is the best food you have ever had and where did you get it?   Don’t forget to like the podcast on all platforms and leave a review where ever you listen! Website www.Farm4Profit.com Shareable episode link https://intro-to-farm4profit.simplecast.com Email address Farm4profitllc@gmail.com Phone 515.207.9640 Subscribe to YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSR8c1BrCjNDDI_Acku5Xqw Follow us on TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@farm4profit Connect with us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Farm4ProfitLLC/

May 23 • 1h 4m 8.3s
116 | Mastering a Marathon Mindset with Clare Alderink cover art

116 | Mastering a Marathon Mindset with Clare Alderink

Back on Episode 100, Clare Alderink, manager at Ryzebol Dairy in Michigan, joined Tommy Oesch from Swiss Lane Farms to talk about doing hard things, like running 4 miles every 4 hours in 48 hours, the 75 hard challenge … and if you recall, Clare also mentioned he was training for an upcoming marathon.  Well, I caught up with Clare just days after he crossed the finish line of the Kalamazoo Marathon. When I asked Clare how the race went, his simple response was this: It was hard. Clare had been training for months to not only condition his body with the miles, but as you will find out, more importantly, strengthen his mindset … and that is what got him through an unexpected challenge, all the way to the finish. Listen to find out how this dairy manager-turned-marathon runner views running in much the same way as managing the dairy: From developing discipline and consistency To defining which data points really improve performance in the barn and on the road And practicing patience for the long run … no pun intended.  Recommended read: The Confident Mind by Dr. Nate Zinsser Hear more from Clare on Ep. 100: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/nC8xDGc0OJb Subscribe to Uplevel Dairy Podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClQ6xQHZ0A1vqHKjRkbtJJA Want to get new episodes in your inbox? Subscribe here: https://www.upleveldairy.com/subscribe

May 23 • 16m 47.4s
Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month! cover art

Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month!

Let’s take this month to give our skin our a good look over and note anything strange or funny going on, and even better yet, schedule a skin check with your own doctor or dermatologist.  [READ MORE...]

May 23 • 2m
RealAg Radio: Canada’s trade hurdles, chemical safety, and a new strategic plan, May 22, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: Canada’s trade hurdles, chemical safety, and a new strategic plan, May 22, 2024

Thanks for tuning into this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio! On this episode, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Carlo Dade with the Canada West Foundation on Canada facing major trade hurdles; Pam de Rocquigny with the Manitoba Crop Alliance on the organization’s new strategic plan; and, Hear a clip from the Farm Safety Roundup... Read More

May 22 • 54m 59.3s
Parlor to Plate – May 22, 2024 cover art

Parlor to Plate – May 22, 2024

In the latest edition of the Parlor to Plate dairy ... Read more The post Parlor to Plate – May 22, 2024 appeared first on .

May 22 • 13m 2.4s
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DriveTime: Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Funding new farm and nutrition provisions will be at the center of debate as the House Ag Committee considers a new farm bill tomorrow.

May 22 • 4m 59.1s
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05 22 24 Calcium

05 22 24 Calcium by Ag PhD

May 22 • 58m 59.3s
GDT Review with Jon Spainhour – May 21, 2024 cover art

GDT Review with Jon Spainhour – May 21, 2024

Cody Koster and Jon Spainhour take a deep dive into ... Read more The post GDT Review with Jon Spainhour – May 21, 2024 appeared first on .

May 22 • 9m 20.3s
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Statewide best management practices for nitrogen: A valuable resource for Minnesota growers

In this episode of the Advancing Nitrogen Smart series, we’re talking in-depth about nitrogen best management practices. How are BMPs calculated, and how do they change over time? What should growers keep in mind regarding regional adjustments in the BMPs? What kinds of risks are these BMPs designed to address? How do the 4 Rs figure in to Minnesota's nitrogen best management practices? Guests: Daniel Kaiser, Extension nutrient management specialist (St. Paul) Brad Carlson, Extension educator (Mankato) Additional resources: Nitrogen Fertilizer Best Management Practices for Agricultural Lands Fertilizing Corn in Minnesota --- For the latest nutrient management information, subscribe to the Nutrient Management Podcast. And don't forget to subscribe to the Minnesota Crop News daily or weekly email newsletter, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like UMN Extension Nutrient Management on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and visit our website. If you have questions or comments, please email us at nutmgmt@umn.edu. Advancing Nitrogen Smart is proud to be supported by the farm families of Minnesota and their corn check-off investment through Minnesota Corn.

May 22 • 40m 11.6s
MIP Markets With Chip Nellinger - Rally In Wheat, Rally Bound Oil Prices cover art

MIP Markets With Chip Nellinger - Rally In Wheat, Rally Bound Oil Prices

MIP Markets with Chip Nellinger Rally in Wheat; Range Bound Oil Prices Moving Iron's Official Data Partner Is Fusable. The Home Iron Solutions And EDA Data. Ignite Your Dealership's Growth With Fusable.com Move More Iron with Fusable! Get your Free Demo at info.ironsolutions.com/moving-iron-podcast. Summary In this conversation, Chip Nelger discusses the current state of commodities, including wheat, corn, soybeans, beef, and oil. He provides insights into the weather conditions affecting crop growth, the impact of global factors on commodity prices, and the potential risks and opportunities in the market. Chip also highlights the importance of risk management and staying informed about market trends. Keywords #commodities, #wheat, #corn, #soybeans, #beef, #oil, #weatherconditions, #crop #growth, #globalfactors, #markettrends, #riskmanagement Takeaways Weather conditions, such as drought and frost, impact crop growth and yield potential in various regions. Wheat prices have rallied due to dry weather in Russian and Ukrainian growing areas and issues in other wheat-producing countries. Corn prices have been supported by a lower-than-expected carryout and the potential for a smaller crop due to delayed planting. Beef prices have remained strong, but there are concerns about a potential overhang in the market due to slowed packer kills. Oil prices have been range-bound, with uncertainty surrounding OPEC production cuts and US government actions affecting market sentiment. Sound Bites "Wheat somewhere around $7 and 10 cents a bushel." "December corn right now is about $4.85, getting close to that $5 number." "Crop losses from the best projections are probably starting to be in the market with this move higher." Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Weather Conditions 02:59 Rally in Wheat Prices 03:29 Support for Corn Prices 09:59 Strength in Beef Market 16:26 Range-Bound Oil Prices Click To Watch: https://youtu.be/-IPnPSKj9MA Presented By @AxonTire @AgDirect @IronSolutions @randallreilly @Fusable @EDAdata @Valleytransinc Music By: @TalbottBrothers Host: @casey9673 #agequipmentbusinesstal #letsgomovesomeiron Contact Me at: MovingIronLLC.com movingironpodcast@movingironpodcast.com

May 22 • 26m 43.5s
From the Furrow – Tanner Ehmke – May 21, 2024 cover art

From the Furrow – Tanner Ehmke – May 21, 2024

In our weekly series From the Furrow, host Mike McGinnis ... Read more The post From the Furrow – Tanner Ehmke – May 21, 2024 appeared first on .

May 22 • 11m 17s
Opening Market Discovery with Host Monte James cover art

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...]

May 22 • 2m 0.1s
U.S. Vegetable Sales Jump 82 Percent?! cover art

U.S. Vegetable Sales Jump 82 Percent?!

Michelle Klieger and Dr. Peter Konjoian dive into the newly released USDA ERS Vegetable and Pulse Outlook report and examine trends. These trends are something small growers should consider when investigating new and upcoming and coming crops to grow. How can they do that? Learn during this podcast!

May 22 • 34m 35.2s
Groundwork Elizabeth: Fighting for Cleaner Air | The Better. Cleaner. Now! Podcast cover art

Groundwork Elizabeth: Fighting for Cleaner Air | The Better. Cleaner. Now! Podcast

Elizabeth, New Jersey, population of 135,000 in just 11 square miles, is a densely populated city surrounded by various modes of transportation contributing to its poor air quality. Jonathan Phillips, Executive Director of the environmental justice group Groundwork Elizabeth joins Stephen Dodge, Director of State Regulatory Affairs at Clean Fuels Alliance America, to discuss the role clean fuels play in creating cleaner air for communities.For more information, visit Clean Fuels Alliance America. To suggest topics or guests for a future episode, email us at podcasts@CleanFuels.org.

May 22 • 29m 52s
Overnight World Wide Grain Trade with Monte James cover art

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...]

May 22 • 1m 59.8s
Standing Up To The Carbon Pipeline Land Grab with Julie Auch & Lauren Nelson  cover art

Standing Up To The Carbon Pipeline Land Grab with Julie Auch & Lauren Nelson

The long-awaited update on the private property rights battle in South Dakota is finally here. Learn about where things stand with the egregious bill, SB201 and how we the people are petitioning to challenge this pending law in the upcoming November general election. Plus, hear from Julie Auch and Lauren Nelson, both running for the state legislature, and be inspired by what fueled these two fearless women to step into the political arena. Presented by Bid on Beef | CK6 Consulting | CK6 Source | Real Tuff Livestock Equipment | Meats by Linz | Linz Heritage Angus | Redmond RealSalt

May 22 • 46m 15.8s
Episode 141 – May WASDE Report Analysis with Dr. Seungki Lee cover art

Episode 141 – May WASDE Report Analysis with Dr. Seungki Lee

On this week’s episode of the Agronomy and Farm Management Podcast, Bruce and Josh talk to Dr. Seungki Lee, Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics. Dr. Lee examines the May World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report and gives his thoughts on what the […]

May 22 • 20m 30s
RealAg Radio: Farm financial performance, market direction, and learning from your decisions, May 21, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: Farm financial performance, market direction, and learning from your decisions, May 21, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. Host Shaun Haney discusses a number of topics from the Canadian Farmer Sentiment Index results from current and future farm financial performance as well as market direction. Haney then discusses the question, “what was I thinking?” and learning from that. Thoughts on something we... Read More

May 21 • 54m 39.1s
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05 21 24 Application Technologies

05 21 24 Application Technologies by Ag PhD

May 21 • 59m 0.2s
DriveTime: Tuesday, May 21, 2024 cover art

DriveTime: Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Truterra announces major advances in farmer participation in its carbon program. Farm groups continue to weigh in prior to Thursday's House Ag Committee action on farm policy.

May 21 • 4m 59.1s
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Carbon Intensity Q & A | CI Chit Chat Episode 26

In the 26th episode of CI Chit Chat, Continuum Ag's CEO Mitchell Hora is joined by VP of Marketing, Diana Rich. Together, they cover updates in the carbon intensity space and go over Continuum Ag's annual event The TopSoil Summit. We hope you enjoyed this CI Chit Chat! If you have more questions, visit other episodes for more information.  SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL ➡️ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsvRPNOAtfBtlqq44RLPq2A FOR MORE INFORMATION ➡️ https://continuum.ag FIND YOUR CI SCORE AT ➡️ https://topsoil.ag

May 21
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Understanding Photosensitivity in Cattle

May 21 • 10m 7.8s
Famous Bulls, an Angus Library and U.S. Presidents With Angus Connections — Tom Burke’s Top 10 cover art

Famous Bulls, an Angus Library and U.S. Presidents With Angus Connections — Tom Burke’s Top 10

What do you get when you combine a lifetime as a student of the Angus breed with more than a half of a century of collecting Angus memorabilia? The only logical answer is Tom Burke and his American Angus Hall of Fame in Smithfield, Mo. In this episode, Tom selects his top 10 favorite items in the collection and tells stories on everything from the early years of the Angus Journal to the time he personally knew both the sitting U.S. president and vice president.    HOSTS: Mark McCully and Miranda Reiman    GUESTS: Tom Burke is a fourth-generation Angus breeder and an owner of the original Burke Farm located in southeastern Minnesota.  Burke has spent more than 50 years of his life traveling the country as a sale manager for the American Angus Hall of Fame, which is also home to the world’s largest collection of Angus memorabilia.  Among his many accolades, USA Today named him “America’s Most Traveled Person” in 1993. Burke served on the American Angus Association Board of Directors from 2013 to 2016, and in 2017 was inducted into the Saddle & Sirloin Portrait Gallery, which is considered one of the highest honors in the livestock industry. Today, Burke owns 200 registered Angus cows and has co-authored 11 Angus books. RELATED CONTENT:  Purchase the barn book, “Sheltering Generations” here: https://shop.certifiedangusbeef.com/products/sheltering-generations-the-american-barn To find the American Angus Hall of Fame, visit their website: https://www.angushall.com/index.html Saddle and Sirloin Honors Tom Burke SPONSOR NOTE:  At Ingram Angus near Pulaski, Tenn., they have a code for doing business,  "Integrity is what we stand by: good quality people who deal with good quality cattle.” Learn more about their program at IngramAngus.com. The whole Ingram crew wants to wish all the juniors good luck at their shows this summer.  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.

May 21
Episode 233 - Milk and meat are safe, H5N1 bulk tank testing data, H5N1 seroconversion in impacted populations - UMN Extension's The Moos Room cover art

Episode 233 - Milk and meat are safe, H5N1 bulk tank testing data, H5N1 seroconversion in impacted populations - UMN Extension's The Moos Room

5-21-24 - Dr. Joe discusses new data from FDA and USDA showing that milk and meat are safe. Dr. Joe reviews new data about bulk tank sampling and serology from studies done before the federal order was put into place. UMN Extension News USDA APHIS - Website FDA Updates Page MN Board of Animal Health - Website 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

May 21 • 21m 21.3s
Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – May Madness Continues! cover art

Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – May Madness Continues!

I swear whomever designated May as Mental Health Awareness month must have been a rancher! So keep going forward friends, one day at time. We are all in this together.  [READ MORE...]

May 21 • 2m
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How continued inflation pressure impacts agriculture | Weekly Commodity Market Update

This week Will and Ben look at paths forward for interest rates and breakdown the soybean complex. Learn more about what's happening in the agriculture markets here: https://brownfieldagnews.com/markets/ Find more agriculture news here: https://brownfieldagnews.com/ Market recap (changes on week as of Monday's close): ➡︎ July 2024 corn down $.12 at $4.60 ➡︎ December 2024 corn down $.11 at $4.84 ➡︎ July 2024 soybeans up $.29 at $12.48 ➡︎ November 2024 soybeans up $.04 at $12.16 ➡︎ July soybean oil up 1.17 cents at 46.32 cents/lb ➡︎ July soybean meal up $12.50 at $374.10/short ton ➡︎ July 2024 wheat up $.01 at $6.88 ➡︎ July WTI Crude Oil up $.70 at $79.30/barrel Weekly highlights: The Producer Price Index rose 0.5% month over month in April- up from expectations of 0.3%. The Consumer Price Index rose 0.3% in April compared to March and 3.4% year over year- the values were in line with expectations and down from previous measures. The Biden Administration hiked tariffs on $18 billion in Chinese products including everything from electric vehicles to batteries to critical minerals and medical products. US energy stocks decreased on the week. Stocks of crude oil decreased 105 million gallons with stocks of gasoline down 10 million gallons and distillate stocks down just slightly by 2 million gallons. Gasoline demand increased 1% but remains below levels the last two years. US ethanol production increased 10 million gallons to 294 million gallons on the week and the highest same week volume since 2019. Corn used for ethanol this marketing year is up 3.9% from the same period last year. Ethanol stocks increased 12 million gallons after falling five consecutive weeks. The April NOPA report was bearish to the soybean market as the reported crush volume of 166.0 million bushels fell below all pre-report trade expectations. Open interest positions of Chicago futures and options positions were up for Chicago wheats (+7.3%), corn (+4.2%), soybeans (+1.2%), soybean meal (+1.5%), and cotton (+4.4%) while down for rough rice (-0.4%) and soybean oil (-0.2%). Managed money traders continued their short coverings of corn and wheat in Chicago wheats they purchased 20,855 futures and options positions and in corn they bought back 31,342 net contracts for a four week total of 208,399 contracts. Managed money traders were net sellers of 1,212 contracts increasing the now normal net short. Weekly grain and oilseed export sales were bearish on the week. Corn, soybeans, grain sorghum, and soybean oil were all down week over week. 2023/24 soybean sales at 9.8 million bushels fell below all expectations while corn was on the lower end of expectations. Last week’s grain and oilseed export inspections were mixed- well above all expectations for corn and below expectations for soybeans and wheat. For soybeans, the 6.8 million bushel volume was a marketing year low and for wheat the 7.6 million bushel volume was the lowest since November. Crop planting progress was strong last week given the short planting window. Corn planting increased to 70% from 49%. Farmers bested the average week over week gain of 17%. Average is 71% and the trade was expecting 68%. Soybean planting at 52% was up from 17% and compares to 49% on average, cotton planting was up 11% to 44% - matching average pace. The winter wheat conditions rating was down just one point to 333 (perfect is 500) and compares to 278 this time last year. The Kansas wheat tour estimated average yields at 46.5 bushels per acre- the highest since 2021. The estimate is also up from a five-year average of 42.4 bushel per acre and up from USDA’s May estimate of 38.0 bushels per acre. Topics: ➡︎ Market recap ➡︎ Wheat rally ➡︎ Bearish soybean crush report ➡︎ Price index increases ➡︎ Fund behavior ➡︎ Reports to watch Connect with us: ➡︎ X (formerly 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.

May 21 • 13m 33.3s
HOT BARN REPORT: Our Host Monte James on Foreign Land-Ownership, the Markets, and Upcoming Sales! cover art

HOT BARN REPORT: Our Host Monte James on Foreign Land-Ownership, the Markets, and Upcoming Sales!

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...]

May 21 • 3m
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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...]

May 21 • 2m
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Digging In with Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe

Join President Garrett Hawkins as he hosts this week's Digging In with Missouri Farm Bureau podcast, featuring special guest Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe. Together, they explore Lt. Governor Kehoe's background, his deep affection for rural Missouri and the path that led him into politics. Listen in as the MOFB PAC-endorsed gubernatorial candidate shares valuable insights on property rights, infrastructure, broadband expansion and fostering the next generation's involvement in agriculture. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts to have Digging In sent directly to your smart device each time it's released! Host: Garrett Hawkins, MOFB President Guest: Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe Producer: Natalie Ayers, Missouri Farm Bureau Video & Audio Media Specialist

May 21 • 21m 36.1s
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The Next Generation is Saddling Up

Cattlemen and women in our nation’s agricultural institutions are grabbing opportunities in the industry by the horns and taking initiative to start their careers in the livestock industry. This generation is the future of beef production in the U.S., and it’s exciting to hear how they are engaged with ag in their schools and communities. Bailee Schiefelbein with Oklahoma State University and Grayson Lee with Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College share their upbringings and goals as they pursue futures in cattle production. #youngproducers #youthinag #cattleproducers #cattlemen #cattlewomen #nextgenag #cattlecon #oklahomastate #abrahambaldwincollege #sustainableag

May 21 • 38m 1.2s
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136 AgEmerge Podcast With David Brandt in Memoriam

AgEmerge Podcast Episode 136 is dedicated to David Brandt, of Brandt Farms and Walnut Creek Seed. If you know your soil health, no-till history, and follow the leaders in these areas then you know how fortunate we were to get to visit with David before his passing. Watch the episode here: https://youtu.be/Hmsi9yDDtbM We lost David in a tragic vehicle accident on May 21st, 2023. Earlier that year he’d made a 2023 visit to Sinsinawa Mound in Wisconsin, where the Sinsinawa River begins its 21-mile journey to the Mighty Mississippi. He recognized the Mound as a place where this message of holistic land stewardship could flourish. He planted the seed. This vision has taken root at Sinsinawa Mound in Southwest Wisconsin. Aptly named Fields of Sinsinawa: A Farmer-Led Learning Center, brings the message of healthy soil for a healthy planet to the Midwest and beyond. David is often referred to as the “godfather” of conservation agriculture and soil health. His message has had worldwide impact. He mentored many farmers who admired his practical approach and the ways he generously shared what he learned from the soil during his 50-year farming career. You’ll find more information on how to connect with the Fields of Sinsinawa: A Farmer-Led Learning Center here: https://mcusercontent.com/d34a1e6b8b607f4dc0d40fa39/files/eb5a6547-135e-e5f2-cea2-5ac0f4d75e45/Fos_Funding_Packet_d9.pdf Donate to the Fields of Sinsinawa: A Farmer-Led Learning Center here: https://mcusercontent.com/d34a1e6b8b607f4dc0d40fa39/files/d4beeef8-68e3-3555-c5db-5a7b19a20fd3/FoS_Donation_Sheet.pdf More about David's Farming Legacy: David had been no-tilling since 1971, back when they called it trash farming and a whole list of other things. But David would not be deterred, he continued to test systems, implemented cover crops and utilized livestock to improve soil health. Listen in to this great conversation as he and Monte talked about the history, the present, and the exciting future on their farm. David Brandt farmed 950-acres all no-till, in Fairfield County, which is located in central Ohio. He began no-till farming in 1971 and had been using cover crops since 1978. David participated in yield plots for corn, soybeans, and wheat into various covers. This information has been used by seed growers as well as county agents and universities to encourage other farmers to adapt no-till practices in their farming operations. He had also been planting various blends of cover crops to find out what benefits they provide to improve soil health. David was co-owner of Walnut Creek Seeds, LLC with his son and daughter-in-law Jay and Ann Brandt. David had articles published in Farm Journal, Ohio Farmer, Country Journal, and numerous no-till journals. He worked in cooperation with The Ohio State University, the University of Illinois, Penn State University, Purdue University, and Milan Research Farm in Tennessee. David was most recently working with OSU Randall Reeder and Dr. Islam on reducing input costs of fertilizers and herbicides using various cover crops which improve soil health. The results of this study have been published in the International Soil and Water Conservation Research journal. (March 2014, Vol. 2, No. 1) He was also working with the regional NRCS soils lab in Greensboro, North Carolina on the benefits of cover crops to improve soil health. www.walnutcreekseeds.com 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

May 21 • 1h 8.3s
Overnight World Wide Grain Trade with Monte James cover art

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...]

May 21 • 2m
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WOYM – Growing Wheat (Trigo) In Brazil

(00:00) Welcome and introduction (00:21) Andre's background and connection to Manhattan, Kansas (00:48) The reason for Andre's visit to Manhattan (00:54) Andre's experience living in Manhattan for his PhD studies (01:20) Andre's fondness for Manhattan and the wheat community (01:44) The founding of Andre's company Biotrigo in 2008 (02:01) The origins of Biotrigo and Andre's previous company (02:27) The importance of Andre's training at K-State for Biotrigo's growth (02:55) An overview of wheat production regions in Brazil (03:35) Brazil's status as a wheat importer and exporter (04:28) The logistics challenges of distributing wheat within Brazil (05:00) The climate and growing conditions for spring wheat in southern Brazil (06:02) The challenges of growing wheat in southern Brazil's wet climate (07:01) The benefits of breeding wheat in disease-prone environments (07:15) Fungicide applications for wheat crops in Brazil (08:06) Typical crop rotations involving wheat in Brazil (09:13) The planting and harvesting windows for spring wheat in Brazil (09:54) The role of altitude in wheat production in Brazil (10:36) A comparison of wheat quality goals between Brazil and Kansas (11:47) Breeding efforts to address DON levels from Fusarium Head Blight (12:40) The role of Argentine wheat imports in Brazil (13:50) Opportunities for improving wheat trade with Brazil (14:40) Andre's goal of expanding wheat production in the Cerrado region (15:45) The challenges of growing wheat in the Cerrado region (17:01) On-farm storage challenges for wheat in Brazil (18:49) A new ethanol plant in Brazil using wheat as a feedstock (20:13) Contracting wheat varieties for the ethanol plant (21:50) The introduction of GMO wheat in Argentina (24:17) Andre's perspective on the potential for GMO wheat adoption (24:37) Collaborations and exchange of genetics in the wheat breeding community (25:33) The differences between public and private wheat breeding programs (27:22) Brazil's potential to be a major agricultural player globally (29:57) The importance of long-term science funding for agriculture (30:19) Closing remarks Kansas Wheat

May 21 • 31m 19.2s
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416 Joe Silar Sap Suckin Entrepreneur

This is just a great interview with a crazy entrepreneur farmer  Listen as I talk with New York Farmer Joe Silar

May 21 • 50m 26.3s
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Ep. 78: Why not the Australian Shepherd? (Billie Richardson)

Billie Richardson, YKnott Ranch, Alberta, CA Topics discussed: Breed discrimination Why are Australian Shepherds worth it? The objectivity of dog work Benefits of training a variety of dog types Availability of dog talent vs. availability of mentorship and opportunity Farm Dog is presented by ⁠⁠⁠⁠Goats On The Go®⁠⁠⁠⁠ and hosted by its founder, Aaron Steele. Questions, comments, or topic suggestions? Let us know at ⁠⁠⁠FarmDogPodcast.com⁠⁠⁠. Creative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on Audionautix.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/farmdog/message

May 21 • 32m 23.8s
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115 | Smile and Say “Cheese”: HighGround Dairy May Monthly Market Update

We’ve got market movements to celebrate this May: Largest-ever cheese export month for the U.S. Potential for record-high butter this year The insatiable appetite for milk protein concentrate  That’s what we are covering today with Curtis Bosma in the HighGround Dairy Monthly Market Insights. Find out how the markets are moving and how it could impact your bottom line. This Episode is Sponsored by HighGround Dairy Grab your May Market Report Here:  https://marketing.highgrounddairy.com/producer-market-update-may-2024 HighGround Dairy provides global dairy market intelligence, insurance services, futures & options brokerage, and advisory programs to a diverse range of dairy market participants throughout the supply chain. Learn more at ⁠https://highgrounddairy.com/⁠ or email them at info@highgrounddairy.com Information shared in this podcast is for educational purposes and is not a solicitation to buy or sell commodities. Opinions expressed are current opinions as of May 20, 2024 at 12 p.m. CST and only represent the views of the speaker and not those of HighGround Trading, unless otherwise expressly noted.

May 21 • 19m 25.1s
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The Stine Corn Advantage With Myron Stine

Stine corn has yield and many advantages for our grower customers. Company president Myron Stine is back to discuss all things Stine corn, including our unique germplasm, our position in the short-stature corn conversation and what he’s looking forward to for 2024.   If you have a question for our Stine experts, feel free to send it to us at AskTheSeedcast@stineseed.com.     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

May 21 • 20m 51.8s
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58. Strategies For Finding Motivation and Overcoming Burnout

We are back together and ready to dive into this episode focusing on finding motivation and overcoming burnout.  But first, we have to celebrate out podcast's ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! Congratulations to us and a huge THANK YOU to you for listening and supporting Beyond The Crops. In this episode discover how we manage burnout, handle the ebb and flow of planting seasons, and balance daily farm chores with personal well-being. From discussing the challenges of maintaining consistency in podcasting to sharing practical tips for improving sleep and staying energized, this episode is packed with insights for farmers, farm wives, and really anyone struggling to find motivation in their daily lives. Tune in for a candid, light-hearted conversation that blends real-life farm experiences with practical advice on overcoming burnout and staying motivated. Connect with us outside of the podcast @‌jenaochsner and @‌marypat.sass @‌beyondthecrops_

May 21
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DriveTime: Monday, May 20, 2024

The nation's crop farmers continue to advance plantings in a challenging season and reaction continues to flow in to the GOP farm bill proposal.

May 20 • 4m 59.1s
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05 20 24 Replanting Decisions

05 20 24 Replanting Decisions by Ag PhD

May 20 • 58m 59.4s
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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...]

May 20 • 1m 59.9s
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MIP #436 - The Future Of Autonomy In Agriculture With Matthew Fleet And Justin Canada

MIP #436 The Future of Autonomy in Agriculture with Matthew Fleet and Justin Canada Moving Iron's Official Data Partner Is Fusable. The Home Iron Solutions And EDA Data. Ignite Your Dealership's Growth With Fusable.com Move More Iron with Fusable! Get your Free Demo at info.ironsolutions.com/moving-iron-podcast. Summary In this episode of the Moving Iron Podcast, Casey Seymour interviews Justin Canada and Matthew Fleet from James River Equipment. They discuss the crop mix in their region, the current state of the used equipment market, and the impact of technology on farming. They also explore the potential of upgrade kits for machinery and the future of autonomy in agriculture. The conversation highlights the importance of technology in improving efficiency and productivity on the farm. #MovingIronPodcast #letsgomovesomeiron #JamesRiverEquipment #cropmix #usedequipment #technology #upgradekits #autonomy #agriculture #efficiency #productivity Takeaways The region's crop mix includes corn, soybeans, winter wheat, cotton, peanuts, tobacco, and hay. The used equipment market is influenced by the availability of trade-ins and the demand for technology upgrades. Upgrade kits for machinery offer an opportunity to improve performance and extend the lifespan of equipment. Autonomy in agriculture is expected to increase efficiency and address labor shortages. Technology is critical in farmers' buying decisions, and early adopters may have a competitive advantage. Titles The Future of Autonomy in Agriculture The Competitive Advantage of Early Adopters Sound Bites "I think the upgrades we have done have been with customers that own and are upgrading their existing equipment." "I don't know if any of that adds much to our resale value and what we want to own those machines for." "As it becomes more mainstreamed and accepted, people get comfortable with it, which I think is happening quicker than we anticipated." Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Regional Crop Mix 08:12 Exploring Upgrade Kits and Technology 25:15 The Impact of Technology on Farming Efficiency 29:30 The Competitive Advantage of Early Adopters Click To Watch: https://youtu.be/PWuI_l5aEgM Presented By @AxonTire @AgDirect @IronSolutions @randallreilly @Fusable @EDAdata @Valleytransinc Music By: @TalbottBrothers Host: @casey9673 #agequipmentbusinesstal #letsgomovesomeiron Contact Me at: MovingIronLLC.com movingironpodcast@movingironpodcast.com

May 20 • 38m 45.7s
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HOT BARN REPORT: RFD-TV Founder Patrick Gottsch Passes away at 70.

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...]

May 20 • 3m 0.6s
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MIP Markets With Shawn Hackett - From Russia With Love

MIP Markets with Shawn Hackett From Russia with Love Moving Iron's Official Data Partner Is Fusable. The Home Iron Solutions And EDA Data. Ignite Your Dealership's Growth With Fusable.com Move More Iron with Fusable! Get your Free Demo at info.ironsolutions.com/moving-iron-podcast. Summary In this conversation, Casey Seymour interviews Sean Hackett from Hackett Financial about the current state of commodities, focusing on wheat, milk, corn, and soybeans. They discuss the impact of the crop tour on wheat prices, with Sean emphasizing that Russia's control over the wheat market is the main driver. They also highlight the weather-related issues in Russia and Australia that could affect wheat and milk production. Additionally, they touch on the potential for a milk shortage in the US due to avian flu and high cattle prices. Finally, they discuss the outlook for corn and soybeans, noting the bearish impact of the wet May and the need for hot weather to counteract it. #commodities, #wheat, #milk, #corn, #soybeans, #croptour, #Russia, #Australia, #avianflu, #cattleprices, #weather, #cropproduction Takeaways The main driver of wheat prices is Russia's control over the wheat market. Weather-related issues in Russia and Australia could impact wheat and milk production. There is a potential for a milk shortage in the US due to avian flu and high cattle prices. Wet May could have a bearish impact on corn and soybeans, but hot weather is needed to counteract this. Sound Bites "The wheat market is not up because of worry over US production. It's up because of Russia and Ukraine weather problems." "Without Russia, we have no wheat. They've been the linchpin." "We're going to get a significant liquidation of dairymen who just want out at the top." Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Overview 01:01 Crop Tour and Wheat Prices 05:57 Milk Shortage and Avian Flu 15:29 Bearish Outlook for Corn and Soybeans 23:48 Closing Remarks Click To Watch: https://youtu.be/A0klNBNQqT8 Presented By @AxonTire @AgDirect @IronSolutions @randallreilly @Fusable @EDAdata @Valleytransinc Music By: @TalbottBrothers Host: @casey9673 #agequipmentbusinesstal #letsgomovesomeiron Contact Me at: MovingIronLLC.com movingironpodcast@movingironpodcast.com

May 20 • 29m 32.9s
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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...]

May 20 • 1m 59.9s
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Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Making John Wayne Proud!

I’ve always said that most of our days around here resemble a modern version of the John Wayne movie, “The Cowboys.”   We wholeheartedly believe that kids are very capable of doing some big things, if given the chance! [READ MORE...]

May 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...]

May 20 • 2m
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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...]

May 20 • 2m
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Comparing the Performance of Cattle Castrated Using Different Techniques Upon Arrival at the Feedlot

May 20 • 25m 39.3s
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Diving into Diets: Mature Bull Nutrition

Dr. Philip Lancaster and Dr. Brad White sit down and discuss how to manage the nutrition of mature bulls to keep them healthy during the offseason and working hard after turnout time. Tune in to this episode of Bovine Science with BCI to learn more.

May 20 • 16m 0.3s
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National Junior Swine Association Leadership Interview

Join us with Maddy and Brady from the NJSA as we talk all things swine, leadership, and even mental health in the shows. Maddy and Brady are unique in their fields and experience.

May 20 • 29m 2.6s
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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...]

May 20 • 2m
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Beyond Drones: Unveiling the Agronomic Benefits

IN-STUDIO INTERVIEW GUESTS:   Sue Brakhane, Chief Agronomist   Travis Biggs, Imaging Services Director INTERVIEW FLOW AND TOPICS (OR GOALS) -  Circle back to who we are as a company, reference founding partners Danny Assman and Ryan Schroeder and their original Farm4Profit interview. -  Emphasize the differences of Terraplex as a drone sales company (our emphasis on service) REALLY deep dive into services. More than just servicing and repairing drones when they crash, but the after-sale service aspect too. Our customers learn SO MUCH more by spending time with our team at drone delivery. We’re so much more than just a “drone-in-a-box” company. (Expand on how *some* companies sell a drone, then ship ‘em...and you’re done). -  Our customers will learn more about they’re buying from us, working with our team members – than they will going it alone, watching YouTube videos. -  Additional Terraplex services expanding into imaging and crop analysis. (Enter importance of having Sue and Travis on our team – what other drone sales company is doing that - ? )   What can farmers learn about their operations with our imaging drones? Gonna learn more about what you’re buying from us - with our team members – than you will go alone, watching YouTube videos.   Touch on agronomic insights of crop analysis. How understanding MORE about crops can lead to better decision making with fungicide or foliar application. Ability to go back of WHERE we need to spray, WHAT we need to spray (and how often) -  Agronomic update. What is the incredibly wet start to this planting season doing right now?   Don’t forget to like the podcast on all platforms and leave a review where ever you listen! Website www.Farm4Profit.com Shareable episode link https://intro-to-farm4profit.simplecast.com Email address Farm4profitllc@gmail.com Phone 515.207.9640 Subscribe to YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSR8c1BrCjNDDI_Acku5Xqw Follow us on TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@farm4profit Connect with us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Farm4ProfitLLC/

May 20 • 1h 5m 17.4s
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Greenhouse gases: Agriculture’s untold story

Welcome to Episode 161 of The Spokesman Speaks podcast. By now, we're all pretty familiar with the inaccurate greenhouse gas (GHG) accusations against agriculture. In this episode, American Farm Bureau economist Danny Munch shares the other (less publicized) side of the story, using recently released GHG data from EPA. Also in this episode, Iowa Farm Bureau national policy advisor Daniel Heady updates us on negotiations for a new Farm Bill. Resources mentioned in this episode: Read economist Danny Munch's analysis of agriculture's GHG emissions. Top 10 Iowa farm facts , including environmental progress Register now for Iowa Farm Bureau's Young Farmer Ag Insights Tour.

May 20 • 26m 0.1s
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Episode 232 - A journey of healing with Lyme Disease with Alayna Bellquist - UMN Extension's The Moos Room

Alayna Bellquist, a marine biologist living in California, shares her journey with Lyme Disease and her path to healing physically, mentally, and emotionally. Alayna Bellquist - Website @alaynabellquist on instagram MNfarmstress.com - Resources for coping with farm and rural stress from the MN Department of Agriculture 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

May 20 • 57m 52.1s
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