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.
Iowa farmers are done playing "Iowa nice" after a Trump administration proposal on biofuels policy left them and their Capitol Hill allies furious. More on that and an update on when disaster checks will be in the mail in today's DriveTime.
The biofuels industry is puzzled by the Environmental Protection Agency’s new supplemental proposal, a Senate committee chair welcomes the partial China deal, and a former U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement negotiator from Mexico says the agreement doesn’t need to be reopened.
The latest on the U.S. and China negotiations in Washington, Winter weather’s impact on Plains and Midwest crops and McKinney “on the road again” leading another trade delegation in search of new markets.
Today's DriveTime has a look at what agriculture is hoping comes out of U.S-China trade talks, the latest USDA crop numbers, and a key House member announcing her retirement.