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On the air for more than three decades, “U.S. Farm Report” remains the longest-running syndicated program focusing on agriculture, rural issues and the country lifestyle. Hosted by multimedia agricultural journalist with Missouri roots Tyne Morgan, a new edition of the program airs each weekend coast-to-coast. Along with perspective from John Phipps, “U.S. Farm Report” includes weekly contributions from Meteorologist Mike Hoffman, and a stable of the nation’s leading market analysts.
 
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The Midnight Farm Report

Phil Tippin and Valerie Anderson Bradt

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Far from the troubles of city life, the folks on Succotash Road do their best to live a full life. From farming to friendships to a radio show, there is always plenty to do in the Whooley River Valley, home of Huxton Township and Succotash Road. Visit with the Calabash clan and their friends and neighbors in the series Succotash Road and hear the radio show that Tucker and Betty Hayes broadcast each week on the Midnight Farm Report.
 
Learn about the people, processes, and policies that shape how food is produced today, from the latest agricultural innovations to the day-to-day challenges of running a viable business growing vegetables and grazing cattle. Host Lisa Elaine Held is an experienced journalist who covers food, agriculture, and the environment for Civil Eats, The Guardian, and many other publications. On The Farm Report, she engages in conversations with farmers, farmworkers and the people who work alongside th ...
 
The focus of this report is to keep local farmers, ranchers and agribusiness men and women up to date on agriculture industry issues which affect the Washington states rural economy. Bob Larson host of the program covers a broad array of topics; from farm human interest stories, to labor issues, state sponsored trade missions, crop outlook assessments, USDA risk management announcements and animal health stories are examples of the types of news topic categories covered each month.
 
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While the pandemic may be in the rearview mirror, organic farmers are still facing struggles and 2023 is a key time for them to contact members of congress and get their concerns heard with the upcoming Farm Bill. Lori Stern, Executive director of MarbleSeed says their farmers aren’t getting a share of the price increases and are producing milk at …
 
Listen as KC hears comments from Yellowstone Creator Taylor Sheridan at CATTLECON, NCBA Convention, and how CattleFax is Forecasting Producer Profitability in 2023 with Potential Drought Relief for the West The post Farm and Ranch News for February 3, 2023 with KC Sheperd on ROAN first appeared on Oklahoma Farm Report.…
 
Andy Harris and Matt Chrietzberg dive into the Braves minor leagues. We take a look at the outfielders the Braves have added to the organization and talk about which ones may get an Atlanta roster spot. We then survey the new international signings including bonus baby Luis Guanipa. Then we review the draft legacy of Vice President of Scouting Dana…
 
Sat, 28 Jan 2023 08:21:16 CST https://www.oklahomafarmreport.com/okfr/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FrankLucas01272023.mp3 Ron Hays talks Ag Issues and More with Former House Ag Chair Frank Lucas Oklahoma Farm Report’s Ron Hays talked at the end of this week with one of the new members of the House Ag Committee, Oklahoma Third District Congressman Fra…
 
GrassWorks provides resources to farmers and consumers on the advancements in managed grass-based agriculture. Kevin Mahalko, GrassWorks President says that things are really picking up post pandemic for their membership and provides insight into what they do. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Even if you don't use it, you probably know where it is -- your local hospital. It's a staple of a community. But many of Wisconsin's rural hospitals are facing headwinds in 2023 from the rural economy and labor shortages to funding issues and health inequity, says Alan Morgan, executive director of the National Rural Health Association. Will Staff…
 
After three years of changing our day to day eating and buying habits, animal protein markets are working on getting the pendulum back towards center. Brenda Boetel is a professor and extension commodity marketing specialist at UW River Falls. I had the opportunity to dive into many of the concerns in the animal protein world as 2023 gets rolling. …
 
Asma Ahad, director of Halal Market Development for the Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America, says that farmers should know that demand for foods that meet Halal requirements is a growing market. The U.S. is putting together a second dispute settlement panel under the USMCA. The panel will challenge Canada’s tariff-rate quotas, which allow…
 
Listen as KC Gets an Update from CattleCon 2023, the NCBA Convention as Ron Hays visits with Colin Woodall on their farm bill efforts, and who’s ready for Chicken Wings this Superbowl Sunday? KC Reports on the latest price of wings, and how many will be served. The post Farm and Ranch News for February 2, 2023 with KC Sheperd on ROAN first appeared…
 
Determining ideal nitrogen rates can be tricky but is important for farmers to evaluate their management practices. Mike Castellano, agronomy professor from Iowa State University, says that there is a lot of uncertainty about what optimum nitrogen rates are but thanks to advances in precision agriculture, it is getting a little easier. See omnystud…
 
A crisis can happen anywhere at any time and fairs are not excluded from this.These can be anything from canceled concerts, severe weather, activists, biosecurity issues, ride malfunctions, or shootings and much more. While the fair season may not kick off until summer, fair boards all across the state are working hard to prepare for their fair and…
 
The U.S. is putting together a second dispute settlement panel under the United States – Mexico – Canada Agreement. The panel will challenge Canada’s tariff-rate quotas and failure to follow the USMCA. These quotas allow Canada to impose higher tariffs on imports over a certain quantity. The U.S. argues it unfairly blocks key export opportunities f…
 
Listen as KC features comments from Ron Hays and Clay Burtrum at the 2023 CattleCon NCBA Convention in New Orleans on issues affecting cattle producers. The post Farm and Ranch news for February 1, 2023 with KC Sheperd on ROAN first appeared on Oklahoma Farm Report.저자 KC Sheperd
 
Rock River Laboratory stays busy testing both agronomic and animal nutrition samples through the winter. But since the ground is frozen in Wisconsin, the soil samples actually come from other parts of the world. Rock River Lab is testing soil from South America, which is in the height of its growing season. Scott Fleming is the director of field op…
 
The Sweet Corn Breeding program at UW-Madison has been around for about 200 years. Professor Bill Tracy has been a part of it for almost 40 years. He says the focus of research has shifted in that time due to changing industry and consumer needs. For example, when the breeding program first started, flavor and sweetness was the name of the game. To…
 
UW-Platteville hosted two free sessions in January for high schoolers interested in the meat industry. The funding came from the state's Meat Talent Development Program. Project lead Prof. Krista Eiseman says the sessions were a success, and the university is planning more to be more friendly to student schedules. She says to keep an eye out for ne…
 
Now's the time to start researching and selecting farm partners you might like to work with this year to provide you with fresh produce. CSA's or Community Supported Agriculture operations dot the state. Right now, they're making plans for production this year. Charitee Seebecker talks to Sam Tilton with the CSA Coalition about all the work going o…
 
Tue, 31 Jan 2023 04:48:08 CST https://www.oklahomafarmreport.com/okfr/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FarmAndRanchNews01312023.mp3 Ron Hays Reports on the Latest Farm and Ranch News Click here to listen to audio Farm and Ranch News for Tuesday, January 31, 2023 In today’s farm and ranch news, Ron Hays reports from New Orleans and the 2023 Cattle Industr…
 
The Wisconsin Beef Council is helping to remind consumers, physicians and health care professionals about the benefits of lean beef in the diet. Sarah Agena, Consulting Registered Dietician with the Wisconsin Beef Council, visits with Pam Jahnke about the diverse audience that's asking more questions about how beef fits in their lifestyles. Agena s…
 
Jase Wagner is now in place as the new CEO and President of Compeer Financial. He visits with Pam Jahnke about his background, and how he's monitoring ongoing economic influences to keep finding success for the cooperative. Speaking of success, they'll again be issuing more than $200 million in member patronage beginning in February. See omnystudio…
 
Making sure that animal agriculture can continue producing protein for consumers may seem like a slam dunk, but that's not the case. Dr. Mike Siemens with Protect The Harvest, says there's constant pressure from animal rights groups to take that option away. Bob Bosold talks to him about the organization and where some of the biggest challenges are…
 
The United States continues to be a powerhouse when it comes to dairy exports. 2022 was another banner year according to Will Loux, Vice President of Global Economic Affairs for the U.S. Dairy Export Council. Will 2023 be the same? He talks to Pam Jahnke about how the value of the dollar, and inflation may change the trade environment. Wisconsin's …
 
Listen as KC Features comments from Executive Director of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority, Adria Berry, about the latest on all things marijuana-related in Oklahoma. The post Farm and Ranch news for January 30, 2023 with KC Sheperd on ROAN first appeared on Oklahoma Farm Report.저자 KC Sheperd
 
Sat, 28 Jan 2023 08:21:16 CST https://www.oklahomafarmreport.com/okfr/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FrankLucas01272023.mp3 Ron Hays talks Ag Issues and More with Former House Ag Chair Frank Lucas Oklahoma Farm Report’s Ron Hays talked at the end of this week with one of the new members of the House Ag Committee, Oklahoma Third District Congressman Fra…
 
There’s more milk on the world market as milk production grows in the U.S. and in the European Union and New Zealand. Meanwhile, demand for that dairy remains a question in 2023 because of the possibility of a recession. This is the word from a longtime dairy economist Mark Stephenson. He’s been enjoying retirement from the Center for Dairy Profita…
 
The average Wisconsin farmer is sitting pretty well as we start a new year, according to numbers pulled by the Renk Agribusiness Institute at UW-Madison. But just because farm income appears to be at a record high, it doesn’t mean producers will be invincible to the risk that lies ahead. Paul Mitchell is the director of the Renk Agribusiness Instit…
 
Listen to KC Visit with Governor Kevin Stitt about the things his team is doing for Oklahoma Cattle producers, school choice, the state budget and Rural Broadband. The post Farm and Ranch news for January 26, 2023 with KC Sheperd on ROAN first appeared on Oklahoma Farm Report.저자 KC Sheperd
 
The U.S. Champion Cheese contest is taking place in Green Bay Feb 21-22. With 197 dairy product makers bringing over 2200 entries, it’s bound to be a delicious time in Titletown. Chad Galer is one of the people who will be up in Green Bay. He’s not taking cheese to be judged though. He stands on the other side of the table as a cheese judge. A job …
 
A Dane County dairy farm has been getting plenty of attention since they committed some of their farm acres to an upcoming solar energy project. Charitee Seebecker talks to Tina Hinchley, WI Farmers Union member and ag tourism dairy farm attraction host, about the decision making process they went through. Pulling together recession, interest rates…
 
Technical colleges are escalating their efforts recruiting students for vocational opportunities across the state. At the Northern Technical College in Wausau, they're laser focused on agriculture. Stephanie Hoff visits with both the dean of the campus, and their ag coordinator about what programs are available. Ashley Huhn from the Steffes Group j…
 
The Senate Agriculture and Tourism Committee will likely begin this Legislative session with what it knows works – expanding ag exports, promoting dairy and investing in meat processing, for example. This is the word from Sen. Joan Ballweg, R-Markesan, who chairs the committee. She also talks about the makeup of the committee and what's been brough…
 
It’s pretty early in the state Legislative session for discussion on any bills that we can expect to see regarding Wisconsin agriculture. Sen. Howard Marklein, R-Spring Green, gives us an idea of the discussions that are circling the Capitol building. Marklein will be focused on the next biennial budget in his role as co-chair of the Joint Finance …
 
Listen as KC hears from Diana Prieto and Bayleigh Acosta about the upcoming Local Ag Summit, February 28–March 2nds in Broken Arrow. This multi-day conference will feature hands-on workshops, panel discussions, and traditional conference sessions of interest to farmers’ market managers, producers, community support organizations, and agritourism si…
 
Steve Dellar is a professor of agriculture and applied economics and is an extension specialist at UW Madison. I caught up with him at the Wisconsin Ag Outlook Forum held on Campus to get his thoughts on the state of the Wisconsin economy as well as what areas of concern he sees on the horizon. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Horse Creek Farmer-Led Watershed Council in Polk County has been researching no-till and cover crop practices for eight years. The 2022 trials have shown that those practices can help with cold wet weather and emergence problems. Tara Daun is the watershed coordinator with Wisconsin Farmers Union. She has the results. See omnystudio.com/listener fo…
 
So you have a leaky faucet, a leaky roof… well what about leaky nitrogen? John Jones is a researcher and lecturer at UW-Madison’s Department of Soil Science. He describes nitrogen as leaky. And he explains how to prevent that from happening so that you’re getting the most out of your inputs. First he describes how nitrogen leaks off of farm fields.…
 
Where are fertilizer prices going? There has been a little softening in input prices, but they aren’t coming down quickly, according to an economist at the Wisconsin Agri-Business Classic. Economist Jason Troendle with The Fertilizer Institute predicts supply and prices for nitrogen, phosphorus and potash ahead of the 2023 growing season. See omnys…
 
A delegation of Washington Farm Bureau members and staff have returned from Puerto Rico after attending the American Farm Bureau's Annual Convention, and First Vice President Bridget Coon says that delegation included a competitor in the Young Farmers and Ranchers Excellence in Agriculture competition.…
 
Listen to KC Visit with AFR President Scott Blubaugh about their upcoming Convention in February. KC Also talks about NCBA filing a lawsuit against the Biden Administration to Overturn Lesser Prairie Chicken Listing. The post Farm and Ranch news for January 25, 2023 with KC Sheperd on ROAN first appeared on Oklahoma Farm Report.…
 
They're starting tours at the Food + Farm Exploration Center in Plover next month! The project is happening thanks to generous farmers and their partners. Charitee Seebecker talks to Malorie Paine, the communications coordinator of the effort, about what they hope the center will bring to the state of Wisconsin. We're months away from county fair's…
 
Tue, 24 Jan 2023 05:05:42 CST https://www.oklahomafarmreport.com/okfr/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/FarmAndRanchNews01242023.mp3 Ron Hays Reports on the Latest Farm and Ranch News Click here to listen to audio Farm and Ranch News for Tuesday, January 24, 2023 In today’s farm and ranch news, Ron Hays reports on Blayne Arthur being elected by the NASDA …
 
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