One of the nation’s largest biofuel producers cuts production, freezing low temperatures could threaten early corn and soybean planting, and farmer sentiment toward the ag economy dropped significantly in March. Hear more in today’s DriveTime.
A dairy bankruptcy case moves forward, an ag economist assesses China's ag purchases, and a U.S. ag leader looks into the future farm policy impacts of trade mitigation payments. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
Implementation of the coronavirus recovery package is driving questions about how the funding in that bill might be distributed. More on that and a "phase one" trade deal update in today's DriveTime.
A congressional leader looks ahead to what food and ag priorities might be included in a potential phase four coronavirus response bill. More on that and an update on the implementation of the phase three bill and the state of affairs for dairy producers in today's DriveTime.
Members of Congress reach out to USDA on aid for cattle producers and a Corn Belt economist takes a look at expected returns on crop ground. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
USDA expects farmers to plant 97 million acres of corn, rural electric cooperatives ask for COVID-19 testing kits, and Sen. Finance Committee Chair Chuck Grassley asks the Department of Justice to watch meat markets for potential price gouging. Hear more in today’s DriveTime.