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.
Some long-awaited H-2A updates, another round of USMCA dialogue, and some canceled Chinese tours of farm country highlight today's DriveTime.
A busy Thursday in Washington contains updates on government funding, fuel efficiency standards, and a bipartisan pro-trade push. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
A potential issue for trade aid payments in the government funding bill has been "resolved." More on that and an update on biofuels policy and staffing at the National Cattlemen's Beef Association in today's DriveTime.
The Senate Appropriations Committee will consider a $151.7 billion spending bill to fund ag and nutrition programs Thursday and swine slaughter operations will now have another inspection option at their facilities. More in today's DriveTime with Ben Nuelle.