Today's DriveTime features a Supreme Court case with agricultural ramifications, a look at the Chinese market for U.S. and Canadian pork, and a recap of the high-tech conversations companies had last week with FFA members.
Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell accuses House Democrats of stalling on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, a government shutdown may be on the horizon, and farmer sentiment toward the ag economy improves in October.
Producers are working their way through a tough harvest, a Senate appropriator offers his thoughts on the upcoming funding deadline, and there's a new slate of FFA leaders. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
The first phase of an agreement with China hasn't been signed quite yet, but USDA's Ted McKinney is confident the deal will come to pass. More on that and a look at an out-of-this-world guest to this year's National FFA Convention.
An event with key members of the ag community provided the latest outlook on the USMCA negotiations. More on that and an update on government funding and farm labor legislation in today's DriveTime.
Differences continue to narrow in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement working group, but labor is still the sticking point; biofuel and oil groups offer comments on EPA's small refinery exemption proposal; and the National FFA Convention kicks off today. More in today’s DriveTime.