President Donald Trump left India with no trade deal and trade, weather, and low interest rates are fueling farmer optimism going into the 2020 growing season. Today's Drive Time has those stories and more as Ben Nuelle reports from NASDA’s winter policy conference in Arlington, Va.
Farm groups have their eye on reform of the National Environmental Policy Act. More on that and an update on USDA's planting surveys in today's DriveTime.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter to make some news on the Market Facilitation Program and leaders from across the world discussed their goals for international cooperation in the ag sector. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
Some of the nation's largest farm groups are joining together in a new sustainability forum. Hear that and more in today's DriveTime.
EPA looks into its response to a court case, a Senate leader talks trade, and cattle producers take a look at their grazing conditions. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
A new herbicide might be on the way, measured expectations are encouraged in the SRE conversation, and members of the beef industry are assessing a recent court victory. Hear more in today's DriveTime.