The latest on the U.S. and China negotiations in Washington, Winter weather’s impact on Plains and Midwest crops and McKinney “on the road again” leading another trade delegation in search of new markets.
Today's DriveTime has a look at what agriculture is hoping comes out of U.S-China trade talks, the latest USDA crop numbers, and a key House member announcing her retirement.
The Trump administration's trade agenda is front and center this week as Chinese negotiators come to Washington and Vice President Mike Pence pushes for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement in Iowa. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
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.
The U.S. and Japan put pen to paper on a new trade deal. More on that and some advice from an ag economist on how producers should handle their MFP funds in today's DriveTime.
The Trump administration's plan to address biofuel mandate waivers is out, but it still has some unanswered questions. More on that and an update on harvest weather conditions in today's DriveTime.