Chinese purchases of U.S. ag products are coming in as Congress and the Trump administration continue their dialogue on coronavirus relief. More on that and an update on a price-fixing investigation in today's DriveTime.
Rural supporters for Donald Trump and Joe Biden say why their candidate should be elected in November, harvest is full speed ahead, and COVID relief limps along. More in today's DriveTime.
USDA is out with the latest WASDE figures and news on the school lunch program. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue offers his thoughts on USDA efforts to improve biofuel blending infrastructure, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi shares an update on COVID relief, and facial recognition for cows? More in today's DriveTime.
A Senate Republican weighs in on what the future looks like for COVID relief and the leader of USDA's Farm Service Agency reports on where things stand on the second round of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program.
Today's DriveTime features news on how Brazilian weather could influence Chinese purchases of U.S. soy, a look at legislation impacting the beef cattle industry, and how new leadership will shape the priorities of a major farm organization.