China plans to send a negotiating team to Washington, traders react to USDA data, and a financial expert offers analysis on the farm economy. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
A House Democrat in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada-Agreement working group does not think impeachment will stall negotiations, it's the last day for Dairy Margin Coverage signup, and the U.S. swine sector prepares for African Swine Fever. More in today's DriveTime.
Congress may have voted to avoid a government shutdown, but concern abounds in Washington about how impeachment will impact other items on the agenda. That and more in today's DriveTime.
After a month of waiting, we have details of the ag language signed today by the Presidents of the United States and Japan. More trade updates and a look at wheat technology under the microscope in today's DriveTime.
President Donald Trump pushes international trade reform in his United Nations speech, a midwestern state is ready to host two USDA agencies if given the opportunity, and Sen. Chuck Grassley says farmer patience is running thin waiting for a biofuel deal. Ben Nuelle has more.
Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Steve Censky says last week’s preliminary trade talks with Chinese officials were positive. Hear more from the Ag Outlook Forum hosted in Kansas City today by Agri-Pulse and the Agribusiness Council of Kansas City - including an update on the Market Facilitation Program's impact on farm income - in today's DriveTime.