Today's DriveTime has more on USDA's fresh CFAP figures, a potential rural broadband technology, and an update on the nation's crop progress.
The dicamba litigation adds another wrinkle, consumer shopping patterns show an interesting trend, and farm country finds a new way of doing business. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
China buys more American soybeans, USDA releases another WASDE report, and dairy producers talk about the current state of farm programs. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
Additional reports on the farm income picture are showing signs of tough months ahead for the rest of the year. More on that and an update on some legislation before Congress in today's DriveTime.
The Federal Communications Commission moves forward with rural broadband funding procedures, and in today’s DriveTime, Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa thinks the Environmental Protection Agency should appeal the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals dicamba ruling.
States, applicators, and farmers await further EPA guidance on dicamba, producers struggle with the weather, and an appropriator looks at the possibility of more COVID-19 recovery funding. Hear more in today's DriveTime.