USDA is cautioning producers about what they need to do if they'll have a delayed harvest. More on that and what you can do to help curb the opioid crisis this weekend in today's DriveTime.
Lawmakers are feeling more optimistic about USMCA talks, the EPA is facing another legal challenge to its governance of the Renewable Fuel Standard, and a cattle industry group wants USDA to take a look at beef labeling standards. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
The Senate has agreed to begin debate on a non-controversial 2020 spending package including funding for the Department of Agriculture, negotiations on tax extenders seem to be moving slowly, and an ag economist reacts to China’s announcement to issue a tariff-free quota for importing U.S. soybeans.
The Trump administration is trying its best to sell a deal to address small refinery exemptions, but the biofuels sector isn't showing a change of heart just yet. More on that and an update to the U.S.-China trade war in today's DriveTime.
USDA has cut the first check for its broadband program. More on that and the views of an ag economist on the broad reaches of the U.S.-China trade war in today's DriveTime.
Democrats are meeting on USMCA, the Trump administration is seeking to calm RFS concerns, and a cattle feeder is looking for credit for environmental improvements. Hear more in today's DriveTime.