Today's DriveTime has updates on an ongoing ag labor bill markup, the U.S.-Japan deal having its day on Capitol Hill, and a new timeline on the upcoming Waters of the U.S. rule from the Trump administration.
Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue was at the Commodity Classic today and offered remarks that offer some insight into how the Trump administration will address a major biofuels policy issue. More in today's DriveTime.
Farmers and ag organization leaders are awaiting Trump administration decisions on key biofuel and farm program policy. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
The Trump administration may have decided how it will handle a 10th Circuit Court decision remanding small refinery exemptions and farmers tell Congress the U.S. China trade war has negatively affect their profitability. That and more in today's DriveTime.
President Donald Trump left India with no trade deal and trade, weather, and low interest rates are fueling farmer optimism going into the 2020 growing season. Today's Drive Time has those stories and more as Ben Nuelle reports from NASDA’s winter policy conference in Arlington, Va.
Farm groups have their eye on reform of the National Environmental Policy Act. More on that and an update on USDA's planting surveys in today's DriveTime.