Adams on Agriculture- May 14, 2020

14May

Thursday on Adams on Agriculture NMPF VP Govt. Relations Paul Bleiberg discusses dairy provisions in the Heroes Act, Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor gives an overview of the challenges facing the ethanol industry and Illinois farmer Matt Bennett with AgMarket.net gives a planting update and market outlook.

Adams on Agriculture- May 13, 2020

13May

Wednesday on Adams on Agriculture Kerns & Associates economist Steve Meyer gives an update on packing plants reopening and the backlog of hogs remaining, Kurt Kovarik with the National Biodiesel Board discuss the Heroes Act provisions for biofuels, INTL FC Stone economist Arlan Suderman reviews the latest WASDE report and Curt Blades,  AEM Sr. VP Ag Services gives the latest ag equipment sales numbers.

Adams on Agriculture- May 12, 2020

12May

Tuesday on Adams on Agriculture Brock Slabach, Sr. VP with the National Rural Health Association gives an update on how rural hospitals are dealing with COVID 19, NPPC VP & Counsel for Global Govt. Affairs Nick Giordano describes the crises in the pork industry and North Dakota farmer Scott German describes the challenging planting conditions in his state.

Adams on Agriculture-May 11, 2020

11May

Monday on Adams on Agriculture DTN meteorologist Bryce Anderson gives a warmer forecast, Iowa Senator Charles Grassley gives a Washington update and a planting update for his Iowa farm and Missouri farmer Charlie Kruse gives a planting update from his farm.

Adams on Agriculture-May 5, 2020

8May

Friday on Adams on Agriculture USMEF CEO Dan Halstrom goes over the strong March meat export numbers, NCBA CEO Colin Woodall discusses the backup at packing plants and Farm Progress National Shows Director Matt Jungmann updates plans for this years Farm Progress Show despite COVID 19.

Adams on Agriculture- May 7, 2020

7May

Thursday on Adams on Agriculture Cary Sifferath with the US Grains Council discusses the opening of Viet Nam to U.S. sorghum, Monmouth, Illinois mayor and city administrator outline the cooperative efforts between the community and the local Smithfield Foods plant and Illinois farmer David Erickson gives a planting update for his area.

Adams on Agriculture- May 6, 2020

6May

Wednesday on Adams on Agriculture Kerns & Associates economist Steve Meyer updates the pork supply chain issues, Purdue ag economist Michael Langemeier gives the latest Purdue/CME Group ag economy barometer numbers, Rabo AgriFinance analyst Steve Nicholson gives his market outlook and Kansas farmer Ken McCauley gives a planting update for his area.

Adams on Agriculture- May 5, 2020

5May

Tuesday on Adams on Agriculture Mike Steenhoek, Ex. Dir. Soy Transportation Coalition discusses the impact of COVID 19 on our transportation system, RFA Pres. & CEO Geoff Cooper explains the biofuels infrastructure grant program and the need for more assistance and Kam Quarles, CEO of the National Potato Council discusses the impact of government purchases of potatoes and Jake Parker, SR VP US/China Business Council outlines how COVID 19 impacts the US/China trade deal.

Adams on Agriculture- May 4, 2020

4May

Monday on Adams on Agriculture DTN meteorologist Bryce Anderson gives a cooler forecast for the week ahead, AFBF chief economist John Newton discusses the economic toll on agriculture from COVID 19 and eastern Nebraska farmer Greg Anderson gives a planting update for his area.

Adams on Agriculture- May 1, 2020

1May

Friday on Adams on Agriculture Diane Handsaker, Ex. Sec. Illinois Association of Meat Processors discusses the growing volume of business for local meat lockers, NPPC Pres-elect discusses the importance of keeping meatpacking plants open, Il corn farmer Marty Marr & Minnesota corn farmer Harold Wolfe discuss efforts in their states to help people during COVID 19 and Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association Ex. VP Michael Kelsey explains their program to connect consumers with beef producers.

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