Today's DriveTime comes from the Cattle Industry Convention in San Antonio, Tex., where beef producers are gathering to discuss the market and policy outlook for the year ahead. More on that and an update on infrastructure legislation in today's DriveTime.
Net cash farm income is expected to drop nine percent this year while net farm income is expected to rise, President Donald Trump did not hold back touting trade accomplishments during the State of the Union, and FCC to vote on a white space proposal to improve rural broadband.
Iowa caucus results under a microscope, U.S. ag purchases from China could take longer due to coronavirus, and farmers look for trade and ag message in State of the Union address tonight. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
Coronavirus and trade, USDA and MFP, and CFTC and position limits. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
EPA makes a big decision on glyphosate, FCC spends big money on rural broadband, and farmers work to move a big pile of soybeans. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
The president puts pen to paper on the USMCA, America's top ag official talks EU agriculture, and USDA braces for a big program signup. Hear more in today's DriveTime.