Farmers in the upper Midwest are bracing for a blast of winter weather as harvest is nowhere near complete, China helps boost U.S. pork exports in August, and the U.S. dairy industry should see nominal impacts once the U.S. Mexico-Canada-Agreement is ratified. More in today’s DriveTime with Ben Nuelle.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds says early estimates indicate 10 million acres of cropland is damaged from a recent storm that swept through the Midwest and USDA extends the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program signup deadline. More in today’s DriveTime.
China taking in more U.S. soybeans, coronavirus aid talks fall silent, and the clock ticks on a looming biofuels policy announcement. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
Coronavirus negotiations on Capitol Hill sputter as ag organizations push USDA to loosen its eligibility and enrollment deadlines for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
USDA opens signup for a major farm bill conservation program, the top Democrat on Senate Ag hits the campaign trail, and the biofuels industry looks at hurdles before it as it seeks to continue its growth. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
Today's DriveTime features updates on the election picture for some House Ag Committee members as well as thoughts on some recent changes to the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program.