Adams on Agriculture - October 15, 2021


Friday on AOA Mike Steenhoek, executive director Soy Transportation Coalition looks at the numerous factors contributing to supply chain disruptions and what can be done to address them and Brian Kuehl with Farmers for Free Trade outlines moves agriculture would like to see the Biden administration take on trade policy.


Adams on Agriculture - October, 14 2021


Thursday on AOA AFBF’s Ryan Yates discusses EPA’s plans to change WOTUS, Stone X economist Arlan Suderman looks at the impact of supply chain issues and inflation and AEM’s Curt Blades goes over the latest ag equipment sales numbers.

Adams on Agriculture - October, 13 2021


On today's show, Mike Pearson fills in for Mike Adams.  Mike's guest include Darin Newsom from Darin Newsom Analysis to talk about oil/ethanol markets.  Angie Setzer from Consus talking about the WASDE report.  Aliza Wasserman-Drewes with RIPE about conservation funding. Ohio farmer Dave Green gives us a harvest update. 

Farm Bill Updates and Expectations


Will new voices make it more difficult to pass the next Farm Bill? Here’s what to expect in the debates ahead.


Adams on Agriculture - October, 12 2021


Tuesday on AOA NPPC chief veterinarian Liz Wagstrom gives an update on efforts to keep ASF out of the US, Public Lands Council VP Mark Roeber explains concerns by ranchers over expansion of monument designations, DTN lead analyst Todd Hultman discusses China’s soybean buying strategy and Iowa State nematologist Greg Tylka urges farmers to soil test for SCN.

AOA - October, 11 2021


Monday on AOA DTN meteorologist John Baranick gives a stormy forecast for the week ahead, Center for Food Integrity CEO Charlie Arnot discusses research on consumer attitudes towards ag technology and economist Steve Meyer with Partners for Production Agriculture looks at line speeds and labor issues at packing plants.

Adams on Agriculture - October 8, 2021


Friday on AOA ASA CEO Steve Censky discusses EPA’s new ag advisor and frustrations with lack of a vote on infrastructure, USMEF President & CEO Dan Hallstrom goes over the latest meat export numbers,’s Matt Bennett looks a rising input costs and land values plus market outlook and USDA Midwest Climate Hub Director Dennis Todey looks at harvest and winter weather trends.


Adams on Agriculture - October 7, 2021


Thursday on AOA AFBF’s Dave Salmonsen discusses trade issues with China, NCBA’s Scott Yager updates proposed changes to WOTUS, Rabo analyst Steve Nicholson outlines market moving factors during harvest and CHS Washington representative Will Stafford updates the debt limit, infrastructure and reconciliation bills.


AOA - October, 6 2021


Wednesday on AOA Stone X economist Arlan Suderman discusses trade policy with China and rising input costs, Purdue ag economist Michael Langemeier goes over the latest numbers in the Purdue/CME Group ag economy barometer and Illinois farmer David Erickson gives a harvest report.

What’s Ahead for U.S. Conservation Programs?


As the Build Back Better reconciliation package is negotiated in Congress, more details on funding for conservation programs are coming to light.


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