In today’s DriveTime, lawmakers take one last victory lap as the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement enters force tomorrow and USDA officials lower corn acres in the June Acreage report.
Today's DriveTime has news on the latest in coronavirus-related event cancellations, a Senate leader's thoughts on future relief legislation, and an economist's perspective on how the pandemic will impact producer pocketbooks for the rest of the year.
Today's Drive Time features a look into reasons China wants safety certificates, a slower economic restart may have implications at the polls and Carbon Credit legislation may mean revenue for farmers.
A House Ag Committee Republican suggests it's time for a new farm bill, potato growers suggest CFAP could be better for them, and pork industry leaders suggest some changes driven by the coronavirus could have lasting effects. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
Bayer announces payments in major ag input litigation, the Senate Ag Committee considers landmark ag climate legislation, and more in today's DriveTime.
A farm-state lawmaker is frustrated at the lack of progress on one of his legislative proposals and ag groups launch a farm stress management online course. More in today’s DriveTime with Ben Nuelle.