Adams on Agriculture - June 21, 2021

21Jun

Monday on AOA DTN meteorologist John Baranick reviews weekend precipitation and looks ahead to more rain chances this week, Total Farm Marketing’s Naomi Blohm looks ahead to next week’s big crop report and RFA President & CEO Geoff Cooper reacts to a report on RINS and possible relief for the oil industry.

Adams on Agriculture - June 18, 2021

18Jun

Friday on AOA Matt Jungmann, Farm Progress events manager and Travis Gustafson, Syngenta agronomic service rep, preview this year’s Husker Harvest Days and discuss crop conditions in Nebraska, NMPF’s Shawna Morris updates dairy trade issues and Kansas Wheat CEO Justin Gilpin gives a Kansas wheat harvest update.

Adams on Agriculture - June 17, 2021

17Jun

Thursday on AOA NPPC president Jen Sorenson discusses the impact of port backups on the pork industry, Rabo economist Ben Laine gives his dairy market outlook, DTN’s Todd Hultman explains why markets have been lower even with hot, dry weather and USDA Midwest Climate Hub director Dennis Todey says there is some hopeful weather news coming next week.

Adams on Agriculture - June 16, 2021

16Jun

Wednesday on AOA RFA’s Troy Bredenkamp discusses COVID aid for biofuels, Stone X economist Arlan Suderman looks at weather and inflation concerns for the markets and AEM’s Curt Blades goes over the latest ag equipment sales numbers.

 

Adams on Agriculture - June 15, 2021

15Jun

Tuesday on AOA NCFC President Chuck Connor discusses concerns over proposed changes to WOTUS, NCBA CEO Colin Woodall discusses WOTUS, Packers & Stockyards Act, meat labels and cattle markets and ASA CEO Steve Censky reacts to possible WOTUS changes and RFS waivers.

 

Why Creep Feeding Is So Important This Year

15Jun

Dry conditions have reduced available grazing for beef cattle. How can creep feeding help preserve pastures, improve calf immunity and increase ROI potential?   

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Eye on Extension - Dr. Hans Kandel, Agronomist for Broadleaf Crops for Dept. of Plant Sciences at NDSU

14Jun

To kick off the start of a new series of interviews with North Dakota Extension and ANR, Farm Broadcaster Jessica Benson talks with Dr. Hans Kandel, Extension Agronomist for Broadleaf Crops in the Department of Plant Sciences at North Dakota State University.

Dr. Kandel and Jessica discuss soybeans growing out of frost damage, heat stress in crops, how to go about replanting, signs of chlorosis and iron deficiency in soybeans and what the presence of nodules - or lack thereof - could mean for your crop.

Join us each week for a new discussion with extension experts!

Adams on Agriculture - June 14, 2021

14Jun

Monday on AOA DTN meteorologist John Baranick gives his national forecast for rain and temps for the week ahead, Iowa Senator Charles Grassley discusses WOTUS, RFS, cattle markets and infrastructure and University of Georgia nematologist Melissa Mitchum updates efforts to fight SCN.

 

Adams on Agriculture - June 11. 2021

11Jun

Friday on AOA USB’s Mac Marshall reviews the June WASDE report, AFBF’s Don Parrish reacts to the Biden administration’s plan to change the WOTUS rule, NCBA member Gene Copenhaver explains NCBA’s request for a beef labeling change, USMEF’s Dan Hallstrom gives the latest meat export numbers and USSEC’s Jim Sutter explains the soy industry’s environmental accomplishments and goals.
 
 

Adams on Agriculture - June 10, 2021

10Jun

Today on AOA Mike reports from the World Pork Expo. His guests include Neil Dierks (NPPC CEO, Michael Formica (NPPC General Counsel), Lori Stevemer (NPPC Board Member), and Phil Borgic (Illinois pork producer).

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