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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

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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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What were the pro's and con's of the 2022 growing season? How did corn hybrids respond? Those are the questions looking for answers this winter with the Wyffels Hybrid Research and Agronomy teams. Dr. Brent Tharp, Technical Product Manager at Wyffels, explains what happens next in their world. Pouring over data generated in farm fields across the c…
 
Andy Harris and Matt Chrietzberg dive into the Braves minor leagues. We take some time to celebrate Michael Harris and Spencer Strider finishing 1-2 in this year’s Rookie of the Year voting and speculate on what rookies could finish high in the voting for the Braves next season. We then do a round-up of recent transactions, including adding Darius …
 
Crisis preparedness is an often-overlooked area of farm risk management; however the real risk here is loss of reputation and potentially, loss of market. This time of year is a good time to develop a plan and access the resources available to help you. In the event of a dairy crisis there are 2 critical action items: The Dairy industry must speak …
 
Animal agriculture always needs to be vigilant and paying attention to activities by animal rights groups. Carrie Mess visits with Hannah Thompson-Weeman from the Animal Ag Alliance about changes they've seen in tactics. Ashley Huhn from the Steffes Group alerts Pam Jahnke to an upcoming auction in Brillion, WI, and discusses sales trends going int…
 
The 2022 USDA Census of Agriculture is making its way to mailboxes across the country. Pam Jahnke visits with Barbara Rater, USDA director of the Census and Survey Division, about new elements included in this year's census. Elections are in the rear view mirror, but educating the newly elected on agriculture and its needs going into the Farm Bill …
 
Out of the last six years, consumption of U.S. soy has outpaced production worldwide. Doug Winter, chairperson for the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USEC) and soy farmer from Illinois, shares more about global supply and demand as well as growing markets. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The work doesn’t stop when the cranberry harvest is over. Ray Habelman is the fourth generation and CEO of Habelman Brothers Company in Tomah. They grow cranberries for the fresh market. After the harvest, the perennial plants need to be prepped and protected for the winter. Inside the facility, cranberries are processed and packaged for retailers …
 
If you grew up on a Wisconsin Dairy Farm, you’ve definitely heard “waste not, want not” before. Using everything we’ve got is a way of life on the farm. Chad Galer from Dairy Management Inc, the National Dairy Checkoff shares more about how dairy farmer dollars are being used to fund projects looking at ways to utilize different parts of milk left …
 
Finding unique gifts for someone special, or for someone who has everything can be tough on the shopper! This weekend, you have a chance to actually enjoy shopping and give gifts with a real Wisconsin flair. The 3rd Annual Something Special From Wisconsin(SSfW) Holiday Market is happening Saturday and Sunday at the Johnson Creek Elementary School, …
 
Harvest is wrapping up in Wisconsin and now begins the preparations for 2023. Steve Nicholson, the global sector strategist for grains and oilseeds at Rabo bank, shares more about the latest economic analysis on the status of US Corn and soybean harvest and factors impacting the global commodities outlook for 2023. See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
 
Promoting U.S. red meat to the rest of the world is the job of the U.S. Meat Export Federation. That work continues even during geopolitical unrest and supply chain disruption. Dean Meyer is the new chairman of the U.S. Meat Export Federation. He’s also a farmer himself out of Iowa raising pork, beef, corn and soybeans. He says strong exports are c…
 
Dairy exports are up and 2022 is on pace to be a good year for dairy despite some challenges. U.S. Dairy Export Council’s CEO Krysta Harden gives Mid-West Farm Report an update on what's happening in the dairy export and trade space. She says that while there may not be new trade deals underway, the Council continues to work to open up new export o…
 
The art of handling cattle is just that - an art. Working with the next generation of meat processors and how they're handling animals is key to consumer trust, and compliance. Charitee Seebecker visits with Kurt Vogel from UW-River Falls about a pilot project their starting focused on humane handling of animals in the meat processing industry. If …
 
There may still be a few lone corn fields standing in Wisconsin, but for the most part, harvest is complete. Lucas Clayton, District Sales Manager with Wyffels, visits with Pam about some of the final results they've compiled from Wisconsin farm fields. He also starts focusing on 2023 and what conversations need to be happening now! See omnystudio.…
 
Agriculture organizations are hard at work making sure Congress has a handle on what is going to be essential for the industry in the next Farm Bill. Andrew Bailey is the science and technology counsel for the National Pork Producers Council, the lobbying arm for pork producers. He has his nose to the grindstone with new Congress members as farm po…
 
There's been major changes to Wisconsin's UW-Extension service. Bob Bosold talks to UW-Extension Dean, Karl Martin and Heidi Johnson, Director of UW-Extension Agriculture Institute about these changes and why they were made. Wisconsin's DNR Secretary's retiring this week and UW-River Falls has announced a new dean joining campus effective June 23rd…
 
Interest rates have been scrutinized all year, especially the shorter-term loans that flash the largest hikes compared to years past. Darla Sikora joins Mid-West Farm Report to describe what's happening today with interest rates and agricultural spending. She sits on the Wisconsin Bankers Association Ag Bankers Board. And she’s the senior vice pres…
 
Buck fever is hitting many in our state and Wisconsin Farm Bureau Governmental Relations Innovation and Engagement Strategist Karen Gefvert reminds farmers and hunters to know the rules about trespassing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON
 
Five years ago Beverly Hampton Pfeifer and her husband Coleman Pfeifer started a pretty unique business. Today Premier Animal Logistics hauls domestic and exotic animals across the United States. Beverly says despite growing up on a dairy, having exotic animals around was a way of life for her and launched her into their current hauling business. B…
 
There's still some corn standing in Cooper Humphries territory. He visits with Pam Jahnke about where things stand. Humphries is also very impressed with two Wyffels hybrids that are showing why the company stays focused on one product. Even with challenges like corn rootworm, Wyffels stands tall. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information…
 
What are the benefits of grazing livestock? When will interest rates come back down? Will plant-based beverages win out over fluid milk? We cover it all on a Monday morning. Extension Specialist Randy Jackson says Wisconsin is making an effort to increase grazing. Grassland 2.0 underscores the importance of grazing and grasslands to ensure clean wa…
 
UW-Madison grad student and researcher Kaylee Riesgraf says she finds value in the Dairy Innovation Hub because it connects the research to the farm. And the upcoming Dairy Summit is one of the ways anyone can see how the state's investment is making a difference in the industry. Riesgraf, who earned her undergrad at UW-River Falls, will be present…
 
The Dairy Innovation Hub is at work for Wisconsin dairy producers – and the third annual Dairy Summit will prove it. The Dairy Innovation Hub will showcase its investments and research at the Nov. 16 Summit at UW-River Falls. This free, public event will be held in person on campus with live stream and on-demand options. Professor Steven Kelm is th…
 
Supporting and recognizing farmers and agriculturists has always been a priority for Culver's. They strive to create programs that do just that while also benefiting FFA chapters which are the future of the agriculture industry. Alison Demmer, Public Relations Manager at Culver's, shares more about their new farmer appreciation program, To Farmers …
 
John Lucey, Director of Center for Dairy Research, speaks with Pam Jahnke about the innovations they're helping develop for dairy based products in the beverage aisle. Lucey says that dairy has a tremendous advantage over plant based beverages if people just look at the components involved. He says while dairy offers natural components for things l…
 
The "buy local" movement continues to find momentum in Wisconsin. Jill Welke visits with the operator of the Caledonia Market outside of Portage. This market has proved to be a connecting point between farmers that want to market, and consumers looking for farmers. With transportation still creating problems for movement of Wisconsin grain, Sen. Jo…
 
Jeff Kratochwill crosses the state of Wisconsin working to connect under-served farmers and veterans, with available resources that can help restore some normal tempo to their lives. As Director of FARM & Vocational Services, Jeff hires, trains and supervises the Technical and Program Assistants, Rural Rehabilitation and SES Specialists, and HelpLi…
 
From your farm to Antarctica - the tools being used to predict weather patterns are the same. Carrie Mess visits with UW Meteorologist, Matt Lazzaro, about what trends they're noticing. The harvest might have slowed down due to weather, but interest in equipment is still red hot. Ashley Huhn with the Steffes Group visits with Pam Jahnke about an up…
 
With Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza still popping up in Wisconsin, bird owners are still nervous about their birds being infected. Pam Jahnke talks to Bill McFarlane from McFarlane's Pheasants in Janesville. They're the largest pheasant producer in North America and all their birds are outside. Bill McFarlane says he's still nervous about what c…
 
There are currently three important grant programs that open to different factions of Wisconsin agriculture and agribusiness. Sen. Joan Ballweg, Chair of the Senate Agriculture Committe, says that dairy processors, agribusinesses working on breaking into the international market and private citizens and business owners with rural wells should all b…
 
The third annual Dairy Innovation Hub Summit is headed to UW-River Falls mid-November. Mitch Breunig, dairy farmer and chair of the Dairy Innovation Hub board, talks with Pam Jahnke about summit highlights. With the changing weather, more and more Wisconsinites start thinking about gun deer season. Charitee Seebecker talks to Zach Haas, Creek Botto…
 
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