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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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Mind Your Melon

Inspiring healthier minds through proactive lifestyles.

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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

RealAg Radio: The importance of 4-H, clubroot impacts, and wins on the farm, July 23, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: The importance of 4-H, clubroot impacts, and wins on the farm, July 23, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this special edition of RealAg Radio, recorded LIVE from the Edmonton Riverhawks baseball game, for the InVigor Series event, brought to you by BASF and Invigor Hybrid Canola. Host Shaun Haney is joined by: Michelle Chabot with BASF to discuss the impact of clubroot; Camille Kassian and Callie Sen, both... Read More

July 23 • 55m 8s
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07 23 24 Ag PhD Field Day Preview

07 23 24 Ag PhD Field Day Preview by Ag PhD

July 23 • 59m 0.3s
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DriveTime: Tuesday, July 23, 2024

An extensive list of agriculture interests tell members of the House Agriculture Committee that farm debt is climbing and a new farm bill is needed to offset lower commodity prices, higher input costs and challenging interest rates.

July 23 • 4m 59.2s
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Gifting Ownership: Estate and Transition Planning Ideas with Jessica Groskopf

Jessica Groskopf, an ag economist with Nebraska's Center for Agricultural Profitability and Nebraska Extension, has continued her series of articles that looks at creative ideas for estate and transition planning with a new publication on gifting ownership of the farm or ranch business. She discusses gifting ownership shares, considerations for ownership transfer, and the importance of planning for both the current and future generations. Read more at https://cap.unl.edu/succession/ideas-estate-and-transition-planning-gifting-ownershiphttps://cap.unl.edu/succession/ideas-estate-and-transition-planning-gifting-ownership.

July 23 • 13m 38.2s
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How Rangeland Fire Impacts Barbed Wire Fence

July 23 • 22m 49.5s
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U.S. exports, ethanol production build | Weekly Commodity Market Update

This week Will and Ben breakdown the future role of U.S. crops in the Chinese export market. Market recap (changes on week as of Monday's close): » September 2024 corn up $.10 at $4.00 » December 2024 corn up $.11 at $4.15 » September 2024 soybeans up $.31 at $10.64 » November 2024 soybeans up $.28 at $10.68 » September soybean oil flat 2.8 cents at 46.22 cents/lb » September soybean meal up $11.70 at $325.80/short ton » September 2024 wheat up $.16 at $5.48 » July 2025 wheat up $.31 at $6.08 » October cotton down .82 cents at 70.04 cents/lb » December cotton down 1.77 cents at 70.67 cents/lb » September WTI Crude Oil down $2.53 at $78.41/barrel Weekly highlights: This week’s energy report showed lower crude oil stocks with higher gasoline and distillate fuel stocks. US ethanol production increased sharply to 325 million gallons on the week, just 1 million gallons below the all-time weekly record. Ethanol stocks decreased 18.6 million gallons despite the near record production. The July 1st cattle on feed report show all US cattle on feed at 100.5% compared to last year- below the average trade estimate of 101.1%. Cattle placements of 93.2% were well below the 97.2% expected with marketings at 91.3% just slightly lower than the 91.7% expected. Collectively across the grains and oilseeds, managed money futures and options positions continue to build on a record net short position. Traders reduced their record net short corn positions 10,587 contracts while expanding the net short in soybeans to -185,750 contracts- a record. Weekly export sales of US grains and oilseeds were mixed to disappointing. Corn sales for 2023/24 of 17.2 million bushels were bearish below all expectations. Soybean sales of 1.3 million were in the middle while all wheat sales of 21.3 million were at the top end of the range. Weekly grain and oilseed export inspections were neutral for corn at 38.2 million bushels, soybeans at 12 million, and grain sorghum at 2.7 million, but bearish for combined wheats at 8.7 million bushels. SRW, HRS, and White wheats were all sharply lower than recent volumes. US corn conditions declined one point on the week to 68% good to excellent while national soybean ratings remained unchanged at 68%. The trade was expecting unchanged conditions on the week. US cotton conditions increased to 53% good to excellent- up from 45% last week. The composite jumped to 339 and compares to 333 on average. The spring wheat crop was unchanged at 77% good to excellent compared to 49% last year and 54% on average. Topics: » Market recap » Soybean outlook » Chinese exports » Brazilian competition » Strong ethanol production » Reports to watch Connect with Brownfield Ag News: » Get the latest ag news: https://www.brownfieldagnews.com/ » Subscribe to Brownfield on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@BrownfieldAgNews » Follow Brownfield on X (Twitter): https://x.com/brownfield » Follow Brownfield on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrownfieldAgNews About Brownfield Ag News: Brownfield Ag News is your trusted source for reliable agriculture news, market trends, weather updates, and expert interviews. Get comprehensive coverage and stay ahead in the ever-evolving agriculture industry. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

July 23 • 12m 49.4s
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The July 22 Crop Report - Episode #73

The Crop-Trak agronomy team discusses the state of crops in MFA territory. They talk fungicides, crop pests, their control and go over some of the research findings they shared with employees in last week's MFA Training Camp for agronomy employees. More coming to the next Today's Farmer magazine. This Made for Agriculture podcast is hosted by Adam Jones and Cameron Horine. Listen on all the places you hear podcasts including Apple, Spotify, YouTube and AgriAmerica.

July 23 • 26m 45.9s
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67. Summer Farm Life Updates, Iced Coffee Hacks, and Time Away From the Farm

This week we take a break from interviews to catch up on our personal adventures and give you the latest updates from our farms. We talk about summer trips and how to get off the farm (it's totally worth it). We also dive into the current state of our crops. Tasseling, irrigation, and the challenges posed by unpredictable weather. Tune in for an engaging mix of farm life insights and lighthearted conversation about iced coffee, dying our eyebrows, and which midwest gas station is king. Remember we launch new episodes every Tuesday. We’d love to hear your feedback on this episode and our succession series on our Instagram page @beyondthecrops_. We’ve enjoyed connecting with so many of you over there. Let us know if you have any questions or things you’d like us to do a deeper dive on. See ya next time Connect with us outside of the podcast @‌jenaochsner and @‌marypat.sass @‌beyondthecrops_

July 23
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S5E1: Sneak peak into my life, what to expect, & honest thoughts

Season Five is here, baby!! I wanted to start this season with some transparent thoughts, an explanation of what to expect this season, and a little life update from your fav Ag Chicks host. Thank you all for your support and continuing to tune in and fuel my fire! Shop Ag Chicks Merch: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://www.agchicks.net/shop⁠⁠⁠ ⁠ ⁠ ------------------------------------------------ Find Ally: Website: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://agchicks.net⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ Connect with Ally Instagram: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://instagram.com/agchicks⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ ⁠ Facebook: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://facebook.com/agchicks⁠⁠⁠⁠ ⁠ Subscribe on YouTube: ⁠⁠⁠⁠ @AGCHICKS https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/agchicks/support

July 23 • 24m 59.2s
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Ep. 87: Dog it Yourself (Nick Adair)

Nick Adair of the Gun Dog it Yourself (GDIY) podcast. Topics discussed: Why "Average Joe's" training experiences matter The temptation for training to become a hobby and the point of the training lost No trade secrets to protect in dog training Staying open-minded about different training approaches Theoretical knowledge vs. practical skill Baby steps in training to avoid screwing up a dog Too much control and too little control GDIY podcast and website: https://www.gundogityourself.com/ 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.

July 23 • 37m 56.7s
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425 Tim The Dairy Farmer Milk'n It

This is the funniest man in agriculture.... Listen as I talk with Tim the Dairy Farmer

July 23 • 46m 28.5s
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138 | There’s a Storm Brewing in the Grain Markets: HighGround Dairy July Monthly Market Update

11 months of lower milk production, yet making it up in protein and fat. The perfect storm that’s brewing in the grain market. And how to get a grip on your true profitability by managing your margins. That’s what we are covering today with Curtis Bosma in the HighGround Dairy July Monthly Market Insights on the Uplevel Dairy Podcast. This episode is brought to you by HighGround Dairy: Find out how the markets are moving and how it could impact your bottom line. HighGround Dairy offers comprehensive insurance solutions from dairy market experts, ensuring your operation makes informed decisions to navigate market volatility. 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 July 18, 2024, at 12 p.m. CST and only represent the views of the speaker and not those of HighGround Trading, unless otherwise expressly noted. 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. https://marketing.highgrounddairy.com/producer-market-update-july-2024.

July 23 • 28m 19.4s
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RealAg Radio: Sweep net tactics, FHB suppression, and potato rotations, July 22, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Ken Fry from Olds College in a recent Canola School episode on sweep net tactics for a successful scout; Eric Richter with Syngenta Canada on winter wheat finding a home in Maritime potato rotations;... Read More

July 22 • 55m 27.3s
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DriveTime: Monday, July 22, 2024

Over 500 organizations sent a letter to leaders of Congress encouraging approval of a new, modernized farm bill. Gary Adams of the National Cotton Council says another 2018 extension isn't an alternative.

July 22 • 4m 59.1s
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07 22 24 Ag PhD Field Day Preview

07 22 24 Ag PhD Field Day Preview by Ag PhD

July 22 • 59m
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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...]

July 22
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Digging In with Kurt Schaefer

To help kick off a two-day tour across Mid-Missouri, former senator Kurt Schaefer joined President Hawkins on the podcast. Missouri Farm Bureau’s (MOFB) Political Action Committee (PAC) endorsed Kurt Schaefer for election to the U.S. House of Representatives in Missouri’s 3rd Congressional District. If given the opportunity, Schaefer has plans to "Make Congress Work Again" with the understanding that what happens in D.C. affects the farmers and ranchers in our state. Tune in to this episode of Digging in to learn more about Schaefer and visit https://schaeferforcongress.com/. 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: Former Senator Kurt Schaefer Producer: Natalie Fifer, Missouri Farm Bureau Video & Audio Media Specialist

July 22 • 16m 25.5s
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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...]

July 22
Daily Dose of Ag with Lorrie Boyer cover art

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...]

July 22
Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Salute to 4-H Dog & Companion Animals Programs! cover art

Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – Salute to 4-H Dog & Companion Animals Programs!

Today we salute the volunteers who pour into their local companion animal programs and the youth who have taken their 4 legged friends into their hearts and created loyal bonds that some will never know!   [READ MORE...]

July 22 • 1m 59.9s
Ep. 374 – Brian Dougherty and Luke Jones – Thinking About Cover Crops cover art

Ep. 374 – Brian Dougherty and Luke Jones – Thinking About Cover Crops

Brian Dougherty and Luke Jones, consultants with Understanding Ag, joined me to discuss cover crops. We talk about how they fit in to a cash grain scenario, how we can use them to speed up biological time, and how to think about integrating livestock into our cover cropping systems. Thanks to our Studio Sponsor, Understanding...

July 22 • 1h 5m 34.7s
Opening Market Discovery with Host Parker James cover art

Opening Market Discovery with Host Parker James

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

July 22
HOT BARN REPORT: Special Interview with Brian Winter on the upcoming King of the Ring, MC’d by legendary Amy Wilson! cover art

HOT BARN REPORT: Special Interview with Brian Winter on the upcoming King of the Ring, MC’d by legendary Amy Wilson!

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...]

July 22 • 3m 0.6s
From the Farm to the Skies - Astri Martin, Southwest Airlines | TopSoil Webinar cover art

From the Farm to the Skies - Astri Martin, Southwest Airlines | TopSoil Webinar

During the TopSoil Webinar, Mitchell Hora is joined by Astri Martin from Southwest Airlines as they expand on their conversations from our annual event the TopSoil Summit. Listen as they dive into Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), Southwest Airlines' newest venture, Nonstop to Net Zero, and their take on using feedstock to make SAF. We hope you enjoy this Webinar! If you have any further questions, feel free to explore our other episodes for more insights and information. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL ➡️    / @continuumag8789 FOR MORE INFORMATION ➡️ https://continuum.ag FIND YOUR CI SCORE AT ➡️ https://topsoil.ag

July 22
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...]

July 22
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Diving into Diets: Carbohydrates/Energy

What do all classes of cattle have in common? One answer is that they all share the need for the right amount of carbohydrates/energy in their diets to maintain proper health and nutrition. Dr. Phillip Lancaster and Dr. Brad White explain all things energy during this episode of Diving into Diets: a Bovine Science with… Continue reading Diving into Diets: Carbohydrates/Energy

July 22 • 24m 15.1s
Episode 246 - Methane, seaweed, and genetics with Brad Heins - UMN Extension's The Moos Room cover art

Episode 246 - Methane, seaweed, and genetics with Brad Heins - UMN Extension's The Moos Room

Brad discusses methane emissions, feeding seaweed to cows, and possible genetic components of methane emissions. 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

July 22 • 21m 59.2s
311. RTI International’s Amanda Rose on Indiana’s $69.6B agbioscience economy, three defined priorities for the future cover art

311. RTI International’s Amanda Rose on Indiana’s $69.6B agbioscience economy, three defined priorities for the future

A team of researchers recently dug in to Indiana’s  $69.6 agbioscience economy and its opportunities for growth well into the future – 2050, to be exact. Amanda Rose, agri-food systems lead for RTI International, joins us to elaborate on the newly released study, Accelerate 2050: A Vision for Indiana Agbioscience, and three defined opportunities for differentiated growth amid future uncertainty, including:  Farmer-Focused Innovation  Food is Health  BioInnovation  Why these opportunities? Amanda gets into the study’s methodology, marrying economic data with strategic foresight and creating the conditions for a future economy you want. These aren’t ideas bouncing off the wall but are grounded in existing assets that make Indiana unique. She also talks economic data, establishing a benchmark for future competitive analysis and how the data compares relative to other industries.   This study was largely about the future, so what’s ahead? Amanda talks about possible future scenarios for agbioscience on a global scale and the importance of operating and innovating at unique intersections to drive big outcomes – for people, plants, animals and the planet.

July 22 • 23m 20.7s
Research Driven Insights: Advancing Ecosystem Service Markets for Sustainable Farming cover art

Research Driven Insights: Advancing Ecosystem Service Markets for Sustainable Farming

Ecosystem services encompass the dynamic balance between plants, animals, and the surrounding environment. Ecosystem service markets seek to quantify these complex relationships and offer incentives to producers and land managers for improving ecosystem services. What’s the relationship between research and ecosystem service markets? Our expert with the answers is Dr. LaKisha Odom, Scientific Program Director at the Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research. In this episode, LaKisha explores: The intricacies of ecosystem service markets, The relationship between research and practical applications in farming, The challenges of quantifying ecosystem services, and The tangible and intangible benefites these markets bring to farmers. Dig deeper: Explore these resources to learn more about ecosystem services and their corresponding markets. What Are Ecosystem Services? (Decode 6) Ecosystem Markets in EnviroAtlas (USDA) Ecosystem Services Market Consortium (FFAR) Curious about carbon and ecosystem services and want to learn more? Check out Decode 6. We're you're source for unbiased, science-based, bite-sized information about carbon and ecosystem services.

July 22 • 25m 38.3s
Get Paid for Raising Prairie - Exploring Additional Crops cover art

Get Paid for Raising Prairie - Exploring Additional Crops

Come and see us! https://techhublive.com/   Episode Title: Enhancing Agricultural Profitability and Sustainability Nicholas and Kent Long-term Profitability and Soil Health  Importance of soil health for long-term profitability Investment strategies for soil care Examples of successful soil management practices Tiling Fields  Benefits and challenges of tiling fields Impact on drainage and crop yields Cost considerations and long-term returns Conservation Reserve Program (CRP)  Explanation of CRP Benefits of enrolling land in CRP Personal experiences and insights from the guest on CRP Raising Prairie and Wildflowers  Financial benefits of raising prairie and wildflowers Ecological advantages Steps to start and maintain prairie/wildflower areas Conservation Payments and Financial Incentives  Discussion on equal payments for conservation efforts and traditional crops Economic benefits of clean air and water initiatives How to make conservation financially appealing to farmers Niche Agricultural Markets  Identifying and accessing niche markets Success stories of niche agricultural products Marketing strategies for niche products Buying Land for CRP  Advantages of purchasing land and enrolling it in CRP immediately Financial implications and long-term benefits Case studies or examples from the guest Sharing the Land  Importance and benefits of land sharing Strategies for successful land sharing agreements Guest's experiences and recommendations Conclusion ----- Thank the guest and listeners

July 22 • 1h 24m 18.8s
Open Mic: Gary Adams, President and CEO National Cotton Council cover art

Open Mic: Gary Adams, President and CEO National Cotton Council

This week’s Open Mic guest is Gary Adams, President and CEO of the National Cotton Council. The profit pendulum has swung deeply into the red for U.S. cotton farmers. Adams says many producers faced challenges finding operating loans this year and may be left wanting without a new farm bill that reflects the current economic climate. He also discusses the impact of the Supreme Court's Chevron decision and potential concerns about international trade.

July 21 • 22m 51.9s
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Developing New Markets and New Leaders

There is a lab right here is Ohio that is equipped to research and develop new products that utilize soy-based feedstocks to solve real world challenges. Find out all about the Airable Research Lab in Delaware, along with how and why it provides research of soy-based materials that are in the early stages of development. Plus, the deadline to sign up for the next AgriPOWER class, that helps to take Ohio agriculture leaders to the next level, is fast approaching. Find out what's involved and how to apply on this Ohio Farm Bureau Podcast.

July 21 • 25m 31.7s
Cattle on Feed up just over 0.5% from last year | Weekly Livestock Market Update cover art

Cattle on Feed up just over 0.5% from last year | Weekly Livestock Market Update

This week, Meghan Grebner and University of Tennessee ag economist Charley Martinez talk about Cattle on Feed being up just over 0.5% from last year, and also what's expected for next week's reports. Market highlights: Live fed cattle prices were down $2 compared to a week ago. August live cattle were up $.73 from last week, and August feeder cattle were down $3.05 on the week. Choice box beef was $313.83 at the end of this week, which is down from $322 last week. Cash hogs were $.60 higher this week. August lean hog futures were down $3.12 on the week. Pork cutout values were up around $3.30 this week. Weekly Slaughter: At the end of the week, cattle slaughter was 584,000 head, down 17,000 on the week and down 42,000 for the year. Hog slaughter was 2.327 million head, up 8,000 from the previous week and up 44,000 on the year. Year-to-date cattle slaughter is down 4.5% relative to last year, and hog slaughter is up 1.1%. Cattle on Feed: The July Cattle on Feed report indicated cattle and calves on feed as of July 1, 2024, totaled 11.30 million head, up just over 0.5% compared to a year ago. June placements in feedlots totaled 1.56 million head, which is down 6.8% from a year ago. June marketing’s totaled 1.79 million head down 8.7% from 2023. Placements on feed by weight: under 700 pounds down 6.8%, 700 to 899 pounds down 6.7%, 900 pounds and over down 7.5%. The decreases compared to a year ago were expected as there are fewer cows in the national herd, thus fewer cattle to place and have on feed. With no July 1 inventory report for the national herd, this Cattle on Feed report provides insight into herd building or lack thereof. Heifers on feed were 4.48 million, which is relatively the same as last year. Indicating that there is no intention of herd rebuilding nationally. Although, there could be some rebuilding in regional pockets around the country depending on drought status. Next week's reports: » Cold Storage » Livestock Slaughter Connect with Brownfield Ag News: » Get the latest ag news: https://www.brownfieldagnews.com/ » Subscribe to Brownfield on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@BrownfieldAgNews » Follow Brownfield on X (Twitter): https://x.com/brownfield » Follow Brownfield on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrownfieldAgNews About Brownfield Ag News: Brownfield Ag News is your trusted source for reliable agriculture news, market trends, weather updates, and expert interviews. Get comprehensive coverage and stay ahead in the ever-evolving agriculture industry. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

July 19 • 16m 55.6s
RealAg Radio: Innovation’s evolution, fertilizer market moves, and a new frontier, July 19, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: Innovation’s evolution, fertilizer market moves, and a new frontier, July 19, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this special Friday edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by Helena Agri-Enterprises and recorded LIVE from their Evolve Innovation Expo at Memphis, Tennessee. On today’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by: Greg Smith with brand innovation and development with Helena Products Group on the research program and what... Read More

July 19 • 55m 37.6s
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DriveTime: Friday, July 19, 2024

TFI's Corey Rosenbusch says Russia wants to control global fertilizer supplies and one political analyst believes rural voters are aligned with an "American First" platform in the race for the White House.

July 19 • 4m 59.1s
07 19 24 Farmer Friday! cover art

07 19 24 Farmer Friday!

07 19 24 Farmer Friday! by Ag PhD

July 19 • 59m 0.4s
309. Traction Ag’s Dustin Sapp on farm accounting technology, responsible growth + enabling economic prosperity for farmers cover art

309. Traction Ag’s Dustin Sapp on farm accounting technology, responsible growth + enabling economic prosperity for farmers

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has projected to move from hype to help in 2024, generated by a shift in the global economy. There are tech companies taking that ambition and turning it into a reality and one of them joins us today. Dustin Sapp, CEO of Traction Ag, addresses farm accounting through technology, the sophistication of farming operations and how little of that innovation has hit farmers’ back offices.   How do farmers actually manage their books? Dustin says it’s a patchwork of solutions that take lots of time, spreadsheets and occasional uncertainty – something Traction Ag is well positioned to solve. He also gets into the vote of confidence from investors of late, all centered around the idea of improving the economic prosperity of farmers. Dustin also talks about their approach to responsible growth and building something that lasts so that farmers count on it as a trusted source for years to come.  In a tough time for innovators trying to fundraise, what is Traction Ag doing different? Dustin stresses the importance of demonstrating value, telling your story well and the vision you have for your business. How will AI create more help at the farmgate? Dustin talks about AI not being a hero for bad solutions and how his tech background has paved the way to the opportunities he’s had to date.

July 19 • 22m 13.8s
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The Grain Feed – July 18, 2024 (Audio Only)

View the video version of this episode here. In The ... Read more The post The Grain Feed – July 18, 2024 (Audio Only) appeared first on .

July 19 • 17m 51.3s
The importance of upland habitat conservation cover art

The importance of upland habitat conservation

On the latest episode of Outdoor Adventures, Brownfield’s Brent Barnett talks with Eric Sytsma, habitat protection officer for Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever, about some of the organizations’ initiatives to help improve upland habitat. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

July 19 • 14m 59.9s
Agri-Pulse Newsmakers: July 19, 2024: Republican National Convention with Kellyanne Conway, Rep. “GT” Thompson, Sen. John Boozman cover art

Agri-Pulse Newsmakers: July 19, 2024: Republican National Convention with Kellyanne Conway, Rep. “GT” Thompson, Sen. John Boozman

Delegates, elected officials, farmers, and industry representatives gathered in Milwaukee for the Republican National Convention this week. We dove into discussions about trade, immigration, and energy proposed in the GOP platform that could change the policy landscape after the November election.Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign manager and also his former counselor, joined the show to discuss the role rural voters could play in the 2024 election. She also shared her perspective on action Trump could take as president to balance trade, including potentially providing a bailout for farmers similar to his last presidency if retaliatory tariffs impact ag markets.Then, House Ag Committee Chair Rep. Glenn “GT” Thompson and Senate Ag Committee Ranking Member John Boozman join the show together to discuss their outlook on what a Trump-Vance administration could mean for agriculture. They look forward to the opportunity for a changing  regulatory environment for agriculture and immigration reform.Want to receive Newsmakers in your inbox every week? Sign up! http://eepurl.com/hTgSAD

July 19 • 25m 55.3s
July 19, 2024: Technology allows tractors to operate without a driver cover art

July 19, 2024: Technology allows tractors to operate without a driver

690 miles of pipeline transporting carbon dioxide from ethanol plants in Iowa update, avian influenza reported in poultry, workers and dairy cattle and news related to farm income weakening recently are some of this week’s headlines! We’ll also hear more about new market opportunities from Delaney Howell’s recent trip to Washington D.C. attending the National Corn Growers Association’s Corn Congress. This week’s interview we hear about a technology in sod farming from founder of Sabanto Craig Rupp and Sales Director Michael Burdick. We’ll not only hear about what it is, but how the start-up began with much of the organization’s background in row crop farming. Follow us daily with agriculture content on Instagram, TikTok, Facebook and YouTube in addition to our weekly videos!

July 19 • 28m 3s
The 4Rs of Ag can make you $ - Episode #73 cover art

The 4Rs of Ag can make you $ - Episode #73

Join Made for Agriculture podcast co-host Emily Beck and MFA Retail Precision manager Davin Harms as they discuss a new program with guests Dr. Newell Kitchen, Mitchell Rice and Andrea Rice. The new MU Center for Regenerative Agriculture program takes much less paperwork than other cost-share programs that pay for conservation ag practices. They discuss two specific programs that work with the Missouri Fertilizer Control Board to distribute to farmers who focus on these 4Rs. The 4Rs of Nutrient Stewardship Practices in Agriculture include putting the Right fertilizer source at the Right rate at the Right time and putting those nutrients in the Right place in a crop field. Listen here or find this Made For Agriculture episode on your favorite podcast network and on YouTube.

July 19 • 1h 1m 37.5s
Rapid-Fire Questions, Listener Question, Antibiotics cover art

Rapid-Fire Questions, Listener Question, Antibiotics

Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat! Dr. Brad White opens up this episode by asking the other hosts questions regarding fly control, grazing and pink eye. The experts continue the show by discussing a listener’s question about calves trying to nurse first-calf heifers instead of their dams. This edition of Cattle Chat winds down with Dr. Brian Lubbers… Continue reading Rapid-Fire Questions, Listener Question, Antibiotics

July 19 • 24m 5.1s
RealAg Radio: GMO corn, growing potatoes, and farm show highlights, July 18, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: GMO corn, growing potatoes, and farm show highlights, July 18, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to the Farmer Rapid Fire on RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada. Host Shaun Haney checks in with: Ryan Barrett of Kensington, P.E.I.; Mark Burnham of Coburg, Ont.; Jeff Elder of Wawanesa, Man.; and, Colin De Moissac of Biggar, Sask. Plus, we will hear eastern agronomist Chris Olbach... Read More

July 18 • 55m 11.7s
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07 15 24 Corn Rootworms

07 15 24 Corn Rootworms by Ag PhD

July 18 • 59m 0.7s
07 18 24 Strip-Till cover art

07 18 24 Strip-Till

07 18 24 Strip-Till by Ag PhD

July 18 • 59m 0.5s
DriveTime: Thursday, July 18, 2024 cover art

DriveTime: Thursday, July 18, 2024

Major farm groups are asking the Biden administration for more flexible and inclusive rules to qualify for tax credits under the Inflation Reduction Act.

July 18 • 4m 59.1s
Episode 245 - H5N1 Update - ELAP payment program for lost production due to H5N1 in dairy cattle - how much money is available?, update on human H5N1 cases cover art

Episode 245 - H5N1 Update - ELAP payment program for lost production due to H5N1 in dairy cattle - how much money is available?, update on human H5N1 cases

7-18-24 - Dr. Joe reviews the ELAP payment program for lost production in dairy cattle associated with H5N1 infection and estimates how much money is available - it might be more than you think. Dr. Joe also reviews human cases announced by CDC. MN FAQ Document 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 Director

July 18 • 12m 56s
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NCBA Takes the Bureau of Land Management to Court

On this episode, Executive Director of the Public Lands Council and NCBA Natural Resources Kaitlynn Glover joins to discuss the lawsuit filed against the Bureau of Land Management’s “Conservation and Landscape Health” rule by a coalition of agriculture and energy organizations. Glover explains cattle producers’ concerns with the rule and shares how it goes beyond Congressional authority while simultaneously undermining the principle of “multiple use” of our nation’s public lands.

July 18 • 11m 48.1s
Territorial Rodeo Update: Your Source of Weekly Rodeo Standings With Host Monte James! cover art

Territorial Rodeo Update: Your Source of Weekly Rodeo Standings With Host Monte James!

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...]

July 18 • 3m
HOT BARN REPORT: Special Interview with Greg Hanes CEO of the CBB! cover art

HOT BARN REPORT: Special Interview with Greg Hanes CEO of the CBB!

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...]

July 18 • 3m 0.7s
Parlor to Plate – July 17, 2024 cover art

Parlor to Plate – July 17, 2024

In the latest edition of the Parlor to Plate dairy podcast from Ever.Ag Insights, ... Read more The post Parlor to Plate – July 17, 2024 appeared first on .

July 18 • 16m 27.1s
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Beat the Heat and Bid Farewell

This week on Hort Culture, we're tackling the challenges of summer's scorching temperatures and offering tips to keep your lawn and garden thriving. But remember, while caring for your plants is important, taking care of yourself is paramount. We'll provide safety tips to help you stay cool and hydrated while working in the garden. And in bittersweet news, we're saying goodbye to our longtime friend and co-host, Josh Knight. As Josh embarks on a new adventure in cooler climes, we celebrate his contributions to the show and wish him all the best in his new role. We're excited to see where his journey takes him and look forward to having him back on the show as a guest in the future. So, tune in for expert advice, gardening tips, and a heartfelt farewell to a beloved member of the Hort Culture family. How to Care for Your Garden in High Temperatures Stay cool, stay green and beat the heat with these tips for healthy summer plants Heat wave in the garden: How to identify and prevent heat stress in plants Heat-Related Illnesses and Agricultural Producers Questions/Comments/Feedback/Suggestions for Topics: hortculturepodcast@l.uky.edu Check us out on Instagram!

July 18 • 50m 13.6s
137 | 90 Days to Find a New Bank with Pauly Paul cover art

137 | 90 Days to Find a New Bank with Pauly Paul

Dairy management consultant Pauly Paul has been getting more calls than ever from dairy farmers facing this challenge: They just received notice from their bank that they have 90 days to find a new lender, and they don’t know what to do. Whether you are in this situation yourself, or you want to position yourself to stay out of it, Pauly is here today to walk you through the action steps he is helping producers take to put together a plan and walk them through financially trying times. This episode is brought to you by: 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. Looking for the most recent market updates? Make sure to check out https://www.highgrounddairy.com/ to catch their latest reports.

July 18 • 17m 39.6s
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F4F - Iowa Corn Champions

Stan Nelson Iowa Corn Promotion Board President Southeast Iowa Native - Farming for 42 years in Des Moines County Raises corn, soybeans for seed and hay Works on the farm with daughter Valerie, her husband Jared, daughter Emily, & husband Caleb Organization Involvements National Corn Growers Association and U.S. Grains Council Action Teams Iowa Soybean Association Director of District 9 for 5 years Iowa Cattlemen's Association Iowa Farm Bureau School Board member at the Danville Community School District for 9 years Graduated from ISU in 1980 with bachelors in farm operations Stu Swanson Iowa Corn Growers Association First Vice President Serves on the animal agriculture & environment committee Raises corn, soybeans, and customer feeding wean to finish hogs  Leadership: North Central Coop Board of Directors County FSA Committee Wright County Fair Swine Committee Iowa Soybean Association Iowa Pork Producers Association After college Worked at Iowa Pork Producers Association - director of producer education Awards: Iowa Pork Producers Association as Master Pork Producer in 2017 Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers Good Farm Neighbor Award in 2019 IDALS Iowa  Farm Environmental Leader Award in 2020 Passionate about accelerating water quality efforts in Iowa Recently traveled to Washington D.C. for leadership training and visit with elected officials Craig Floss Iowa Corn CEO CEO since 1997 At Iowa corn talk a lot about legacy with farmers Recently awarded the ISU Knoll Corporation Foundation Award History of ICGA Founded in 1967 by Walter Goeppinger of Boone, IA Voice of Iowa corn farmers 12-member board - peer-elected farmers and 2 industry liaisons U.S. Grain Council 27 years of service Background Corn, soybean, and livestock farmer Assisted with a feeder pig operation as a teenager    Attended ISU Then worked in Chicago for Spraying Systems Co.  Responsible for all sales outside of the U.S.   HISTORY OF IOWA CORN & THE SPEEDWAY (WHY NASCAR) 25,000+ seats sold out for the race and 1000 farmers and their families present to watch their product in action on the fastest short-track in the nation surrounded by corn fields. A large, national audience excited about the power and performance of ethanol with 4.1 million unique viewers. Driving online traffic and increasing brand exposure with 7.6 million digital page views. If you divide Iowa’s 2023 corn crop by the race’s 350 laps, each time around the track would equate to 7 million bushels. Corn is a major economic engine for the state.

July 18 • 1h 42m 36.8s
Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – County Fair Season! cover art

Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – County Fair Season!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s county fair season! What else could you have possibly thought I was talking about. [READ MORE...]

July 18 • 1m 59.9s
RealAg Radio: Hog markets, a ho-hum FTP meeting, and a report about risk, July 17, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: Hog markets, a ho-hum FTP meeting, and a report about risk, July 17, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this special issues panel Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio. First off, host Lyndsey Smith is joined by Christine McCraken of Rabobank to discuss the hog markets. Smith is then joined by Kelvin Heppner and Shaun Haney, both of RealAgriculture, and Tyler McCann with the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI), for... Read More

July 17 • 55m 29.5s
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DriveTime: Wednesday, July 17, 2024

A number of US Senators offer approval for Ohio Senator JD Vance as Donald Trump's running mate for the 2024 election. Vance offers his acceptance speech tonight at the RNC.

July 17 • 4m 59.1s
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Ep. 373 – Leanne Fuchs – Challenging Human Health Paradigms

Dr. Leanne Fuchs, a Chiropractor in Missouri, joined me to discuss her approach to caring for people through her various realms of expertise. We discuss her goals and some of the different diagnostic tools she uses to help her find the best path forward for her clients. Thanks to our Studio Sponsor, Understanding Ag! Head...

July 17 • 58m 12.2s
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Digging in to the 2024 Missouri State Fair

Missouri State Fair Director Jason Moore joins us on the podcast this week to provide a preview of "Summer's Best Story." The Missouri State Fair will be held August 8-18, with fun for the entire family. Make plans to attend this year's fair, and be sure to swing by the MOFB building for your $0.25 milk! 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 Guest: Jason Moore, Missouri State Fair Director Producer: Natalie Fifer, Missouri Farm Bureau Video & Audio Media Specialist

July 17 • 17m 13.4s
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Understanding Pinkeye in Cattle

July 17 • 13m 31.8s
Carbon Intensity Q & A | CI Chit Chat Episode 32 cover art

Carbon Intensity Q & A | CI Chit Chat Episode 32

In the 32th episode of CI Chit Chat, Continuum Ag's CEO Mitchell Hora gives insights on the Chevron Supreme Court Ruling and how that can impact 45Z,  how the USDA wants to hear from farmers like you on 45Z, what Southwest Airlines is doing for Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) and how it relates to CI, and why knowing your on farm data is so important. 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

July 17
SEDUM & SAGE GROW CO....an episode for ALL who like to dream and grow...featuring Sage Hook Hinson cover art

SEDUM & SAGE GROW CO....an episode for ALL who like to dream and grow...featuring Sage Hook Hinson

For all my listeners who like a less "livestocky" episode....this one is for YOU.  Listen in and learn  how a Christmas present helped turn a dream into reality and bring a lot of joy and peace of mind from the simple act of growing seeds. Sage Hook Hinson shares how a health issue and the need to eat as much CLEAN FOOD as possible has led her into much, much more than that. - Find Sedum & Sage Grow Co. on Facebook and Instagram - Join Sedum & Sage Grow Co. for their OPENING WEEKEND Saturday, July 20th from 9:00 am - 7:00 pm.  Location: 1322 King Road Allerton, IA 50008 (2.5 miles south of the junction of Hwy 2 & 65)

July 17 • 26m 54.2s
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Video Sale and Market Breakdown with Troy Marshall

Whether you’re new to the business or have family ties going back generations, marketing insight and opportunities are vital to the continued success of any operation. But how can producers get good cattle in front of the right buyers? Video sales are one option that might be worth exploring.  On this episode we invite you to take a seat and join the conversation as we chat with Troy Marshall, director of commercial industry relations at the American Angus Association, as he shares his perspective on two recent video sales, opportunities available via the AngusLink program and Genetic Merit Scorecard, where the national cowherd sits regarding expansion and much more. We thank Westway Feed Products 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.

July 17
Advancing Home Heating Technology | The Better. Cleaner. Now! Podcast cover art

Advancing Home Heating Technology | The Better. Cleaner. Now! Podcast

Michael Devine, President of the National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA) joins Steven Dodge, Director of State Regulatory Affairs for Clean Fuels, to discuss the latest advancements in burner technology, new efficiencies and the integration of renewable fuels into home heating systems. For more information, visit Clean Fuels Alliance America. To suggest topics or guests for a future episode, email us at podcasts@CleanFuels.org.

July 17 • 36m 9.6s
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America Unwon with Keely Brazil Covello

The wild west lives on, and Keely Brazil Covello, editor of America Unwon and partner of Ranch Vision, is committed to sharing the stories of everyday heroes who exemplify the American spirit. On this episode, we talk about the political attacks happening to America's farmers, ranchers, and rural communities, and we share ideas on how we can fight back. Learn more at www.americaunwon.com & ranchvision.io Presented by Schwank Grills | Bid on Beef | CK6 Consulting | CK6 Source | Real Tuff Livestock Equipment | Meats by Linz | Linz Heritage Angus | Redmond RealSalt | By-O-Reg+ | Dirt Road Radio Enjoy special discounts from my podcast partners: For the perfect sear on your steak at 1500 degrees, the MADE IN THE USA Scwhank Grill is the answer. Use code AMANDA150 to save $150 on your next purchase. Shop here: https://glnk.io/p9j9m/amandaradke Use code AMANDA20 at https://shop.linzheritageangus.com/ to save on your next Linz Shop beef purchase. Save when you shop Redmond with code RADKE at https://shop.redmondagriculture.com/ And mention my name when you buy Real Tuff equipment for a special add-on bonus on your delivery. www.realtuff.com Register at www.BidOnBeef.com and your first $25 to shop the auction is on us!

July 17 • 44m 58.8s
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Episode 145 – Questions to Ask When Investing in On-Farm Storage

On this week’s episode of the Agronomy and Farm Management Podcast, Bruce and Josh talk to Eric Richer. Eric is an Assistant Professor and Field Specialist in Farm Management with The Ohio State University. In this episode, Eric talks about some of the considerations when making the decisions to add grain bin storage to an […]

July 17 • 23m 8.4s
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Ranch Raised with Karina Jones – More than a Button!

I have the rest of my life to find a purpose for the other 10,639 buttons of hers that I am happily holding on to!  [READ MORE...]

July 17 • 1m 59.9s
RealAg Radio: Spraying challenges, wildlife populations, and livestock predators, July 16, 2024 cover art

RealAg Radio: Spraying challenges, wildlife populations, and livestock predators, July 16, 2024

Thanks for tuning in to this edition of RealAg Radio’s Tuesdays with Lyndsey, with host Lyndsey Smith. On today’s show hear from: Tom Wolf and Jason Deveau to discuss spraying in challenging conditions and avoiding drift: Wildlife populations in Saskatchewan with Ministry of Environment, Travis Williams; Dale Knouse, with Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation on predation... Read More

July 16 • 55m 25.7s
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GDT Review with Jon Spainhour – July 16, 2024

Cody Koster and Jon Spainhour take a deep dive into ... Read more The post GDT Review with Jon Spainhour – July 16, 2024 appeared first on .

July 16 • 7m 58.5s
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DriveTime: Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Agri-Pulse's Phillip Brasher reports from the RNC in Wisconsin a united GOP with hopes for a "clean sweep" in November and more tariffs in US trade policy.

July 16 • 4m 59.1s
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Covering crop rotations and the cattle industry with Craig Bieber

This week hosts Jared and Justin discuss crop rotations, cattle, and other hot topics along with guest Craig Bieber. As Jared said, Craig "paints the picture" of what his operation looks like and describes the history of how his practices have evolved over the years. Tune in to hear the cattle and forage discussion between these three gentlemen.

July 16
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July USDA supply and demand report levees surprises | Weekly Commodity Market Update

This week Will and Ben digest the impact of USDA's July supply and demand reports and forecast what's next for trade. Market recap (changes on week as of Monday's close): » September 2024 corn down $.03 at $3.90 » December 2024 corn down $.03 at $4.04 » September 2024 soybeans down $.63 at $10.33 » November 2024 soybeans down $.59 at $10.40 » September soybean oil down 2.8 cents at 46.07 cents/lb » September soybean meal down $13.90 at $314.00/short ton » September 2024 wheat down $.38 at $5.32 » July 2025 wheat down $.31 at $5.98 » October cotton up 1.37 cents at 70.86 cents/lb » December cotton up 1.85 cents at 72.44 cents/lb » September WTI Crude Oil down $.96 at $81.43/barrel Weekly highlights: The Consumer Price Index for June showed prices declining month over month for the first time since May 2020. Price dropped 0.1% month over month compared to expectations of a 0.1% gain. Year over year CPI fell to 3.0% down from 3.3% last month. The Producer Price Index showed slight month over month gains of 0.2% with year over year at 2.6% compared to 2.4% in June. US energy stocks were mixed on the week. US crude oil and gasoline stocks were down and distillate stocks were down 145 and 84 million gallons respectively. The crude oil drop followed a 511 million gallon drop the week prior. Distillate stocks were higher by 205 million gallons ending a three-week skid. Implied gasoline demand was flat on the week. US ethanol production pulled back to 310 million gallons on the week down from 313 million gallons the week prior. Ethanol production margins have increased the last couple weeks on decreasing corn cost and increasing ethanol prices. There were no changes to ethanol stocks on the week. The National Association of Oilseed Processors reported their members crushed 175.6 million bushels of soybeans in June. The volume was a new June record but below pre-report trade expectations of 177.9 and the May volume of 183.6 million bushels. The July WASDE was full of surprises this month. Notable surprises included 133 million bushel increase in US wheat production, US corn stocks for 2024/25 fell 5 million bushels month over month but 215 million below trade estimates on unexpectedly higher old crop use, and US cotton stocks were 1.2 million bales higher. Open Interest of futures and options for commodities was largely up across the board. Chicago wheats (+1.9%), Corn (3.3%), Soybeans (6.2%), Soybean meal (+5.4%), ICE Cotton (2.4%), and Rough Rice (+11%). Soybean oil was the lone commodity down in open interest (-2.5%). Managed money accounts continue to sell off futures and options positions. Managers were net sellers of 17,445 contracts of Chicago corn taking the corn contract to an all-time net short record of 353,983 positions. Traders were sellers of 31,679 positions of soybeans, 9,577 positions of cotton, and 459 positions of rough rice. They were buyers of 7,129 positions of Chicago wheat reducing the net short in that commodity. Weekly US grain and oilseed export sales were bearish for wheats at 8.8 million bushels and the lowest weekly sales volume for soybeans since the end of May at 7 million bushels. There were minimum new crop sales across the board. Weekly grain and oilseed export inspections were mixed on the week with corn shipments of 42.5 million bushels near the top of expectations, soybeans of 6.2 million bushels below all expectations and wheats of 19.6 million bushels above all expectations. US corn and soybean conditions remained unchanged on the week despite expectations of a 1% increase in good to excellent ratings. Corn at 68% compares to 63% on average. Soybeans at 68% compares to 50% on average. The full index was unchanged for corn at 372 while falling just one point for soybeans- both are well above last year and the average. US cotton condition score of 45% good to excellent was also unchanged on the week. The full composite index fell just 1 point to 319 and compares to 312 last year and 328 on average. The fast winter wheat harvest is now 71% harvested down from expectations of 74% complete. The spring wheat crop is rated at 77% good to excellent compared to 51% last year and 55% on average. Topics: » Market recap » Absorbing USDA report surprises » Derecho in Western Cornbelt » Export outlook » Updates on soybean crush » Reports to watch Connect with Brownfield Ag News: » Get the latest ag news: https://www.brownfieldagnews.com/ » Subscribe to Brownfield on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@BrownfieldAgNews » Follow Brownfield on X (Twitter): https://x.com/brownfield » Follow Brownfield on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrownfieldAgNews About Brownfield Ag News: Brownfield Ag News is your trusted source for reliable agriculture news, market trends, weather updates, and expert interviews. Get comprehensive coverage and stay ahead in the ever-evolving agriculture industry. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

July 16 • 13m 12.6s
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When DAIRY QUEEN Meets HERE I AM....Using Dairy Cows as Recips with Surprising Success....feat. Jake Osborn

In 2024 the number of embryos sitting in tanks waiting to find someplace to turn into a live animal is of EPIC PROPORTIONS, and the current record high commercial beef market is NOT helping this situation at all.  It feels very similar to driving in NYC, everyones trying to do it but no one is getting very far very fast.  In this episode you hear about a niche way that was very successful for an outfit in Ohio.  A very interesting episode for all show stock species producers. Contact Jake Osborn: 937.725.5687   Like listening to the GJBH Podcast? Head on over to our website genuinejbh.com and be sure to check out our NEW GJBH gear!! Check out our Sister Podcast- THE BRAND CHAMPION MARKETING NETWORK Join the GJBH Facebook or Instagram Community! Add Brad on Snapchat: @jbradley7434  Head on over to our website genuinejbh.com and be sure to check out our NEW GJBH gear!! Join the GJBH Facebook or Instagram Community! Add Brad on Snapchat: @jbradley7434  Want to learn more about advertising with the Genuine JBH Podcast?  Call or Text us Today! Lakyn Lind: 507-450-9541 Brad Hook (Text or Snapchat Only Please): 641-344-3193   We are incredibly grateful for all who support the GJBH Podcast especially our amazing sponsors. Be sure to check them out and give them a follow on social media! Voss Angus: Facebook Page, Instagram Upperhand Genetics: Website , Facebook Page Platt Showpigs: Website, Facebook Page, Instagram True North Technologies: Website, Facebook Page, Instagram Phantom Halter: Website, Facebook Page , Instagram Pusheta Creek Steaks: Website, Facebook Page Iron Creek Cattle Company: Website, Facebook Page, Instagram

July 16 • 51m 26.1s
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140 AgEmerge Podcast With Daniel Pepitone Harpe Bioherbicde

Thanks for joining us! Today we welcome Daniel Pepitone, one of the co-founders of Harpe Bio Herbicide Solutions, where they have developed a series of natural-based herbicides utilizing plant extracts. It’s fascinating how this mode of action works and as you might imagine, Monte has a great time digging into the specifics, so let’s get started. With more than 15 years of experience in the agricultural product development business arena, Daniel served in a range of senior commercial effectiveness, marketing, and industry relations roles for BASF. His expertise includes the development and implementation of internal and external global launch and branding strategies for new active ingredient molecules as well as establishing differentiated customer experience while advocating in behalf of farmers. His executive management experience includes serving as Vice President and Partner in a privately-owned marketing company whereas part of the senior management team he helped shape company philosophy and led new business acquisition. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Daniel spent time supporting operations on his family’s farm as a livestock producer in Modiin, Israel before returning to the United States to complete a Bachelor of the Arts degree (hon) in Marketing and Communications from Rutgers University – The State University of New Jersey. https://harpebio.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.

July 16 • 54m 12.8s
Ep. 86: Border collies in a regenerative grazing system (Harry Frederick) cover art

Ep. 86: Border collies in a regenerative grazing system (Harry Frederick)

Harry Frederick of Winding Creek Farms, Tompkinsville, Kentucky Topics discussed: Choosing Kentucky from all the other options as the place to start a sheep farm No farm dogs without farm dreams Dogs for western cows vs. dogs for eastern sheep Applying stockdogs in a regenerative grazing operation Making great dogs during lambing season Winding Creek Farms: ⁠⁠https://www.windingcreekfarms.com/ 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.

July 16 • 37m 59.7s
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424 Justin Wagner is FarmerTater

Imagine losing your Mom at 17 Then pouring your heart into taking over her family's farm Then, out of nowhere having your Great Uncle tell you... get the farm ready for a sale

July 16 • 47m 21.4s
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WOYM – Playing Catch Up With Reid

In our latest episode, Aaron Harries spoke with Reid Christopherson, a man whose career spans military service and agricultural leadership.  Reid's journey from the U.S. Air Force to becoming the Executive Director of the South Dakota Wheat Commission is nothing short of inspiring.  (00:02) - Introduction to the podcast and guest (00:25) - Reid Christopherson's background and career (01:01) - Congratulations on retirement and initial thoughts (01:21) - Transition from animal science and Air Force to wheat (02:34) - Reid's upbringing and early interest in agriculture (03:27) - Experiences and roles in the Air Force (04:03) - Overview of the South Dakota Wheat Commission (04:52) - Explanation of the check-off system (05:22) - Leadership transition and predecessor's impact (06:14) - State of wheat in South Dakota over the past decade (07:22) - Crop diversity and types of wheat grown in South Dakota (08:21) - Challenges with spring wheat and winter hardiness (09:37) - Protein standards and market challenges (10:11) - Biggest challenges facing South Dakota farmers (10:55) - Wheat market flow and export challenges (12:01) - On-farm storage practices in South Dakota (12:50) - Message to international trade teams (13:35) - Reid's international travel and experiences (14:53) - Thoughts on U.S. policy towards the global wheat market (16:01) - Future of wheat check-off investments (16:38) - Surprises and complexities in the wheat industry (17:24) - Reid's involvement with the Boy Scouts (18:23) - Role as Chief of Logistics for the National Scout Jamboree (19:17) - Applying wheat industry knowledge to scouting (19:52) - Future plans and continued community service (20:43) - Introduction of Reid's successor at the South Dakota Wheat Commission (21:47) - Final message to South Dakota wheat farmers (22:23) - Closing remarks and appreciation (23:09) - Conclusion and contact information Kansas Wheat

July 16 • 23m 27.3s
Navigating Soybean Gall Midge and Other Agronomic Concerns with Daniel Greblunas cover art

Navigating Soybean Gall Midge and Other Agronomic Concerns with Daniel Greblunas

Stine Field Agronomist Danny Greblunas joins the show to discuss agronomic matters of concern this growing season, including the increase of soybean gall midge in his region of Nebraska and Kansas. Learn how to scout for soybean gall midge, best management practices for the pest and other issues growers should be on the lookout for this season. 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

July 16 • 26m 40.9s
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136 | Family Farm Transition: Setting Up for Success

In this episode of the Uplevel Dairy Podcast, we are discussing the complexities of family farm transitions with Jay Retzer, with Compeer Financial.  Join Jay and me as we explore both successful and challenging scenarios of passing down farm ownership, management, and leadership across generations.  Jay shares his wealth of experience working with dairy farm families, shedding light on the importance of early planning, effective communication, and involvement of the next generation in management.  This conversation emphasizes the significance of continual adaptation in transition plans and offers actionable advice for those grappling with these critical decisions. Make sure to tune in to catch all of the details of this conversation including Jay’s insights on how to:  Start early and develop a comprehensive succession Plan Be clear in your communication and expectations Balance both emotional and financial considerations  Build a Strong Advisory Team Compeer Financial is a member-owned Farm Credit cooperative serving and supporting agriculture and rural America. Our dairy team brings world-class expertise and tailored solutions to support dairy producers’ financial goals and lending needs.   For more information, contact the Compeer Dairy Industry Experts .

July 16 • 34m 7s
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