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ALL the Agriculture news important to Idaho Farmers, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Each day the Idaho Farm Bureau brings you Ag news and feature stories focusing on markets and news farmers can use, The Idaho Farm Bureau is the Voice of Idaho Agriculture with more than 70-thousand members and 13-thousand farm families.
 
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After returning from an eventful American Farm Bureau Convention in Atlanta, our policy experts sit down to discuss how the event went and what to expect from national Farm Bureau policy in 2022.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
In this special edition, we put together some of our favorite interviews from a very busy 2021, including our conversations with FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr, retired University of Arkansas Professor Andrew Sharpley and more.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
This week, we talk to newly elected American Soybean Association president Brad Doyle and we get to hear from Dustin Cowell about direct to consumer marketing.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
This week, we talk to an expert about agriculture estate planning, we get details on the Arkansas state meat inspection program and we hear about how a project related to Beaver Dam could impact farmers along the White River.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
This week, we hear from the 2021 Arkansas Farm Family of the Year. We also hear about the problems caused by snow geese and the unique opportunity one farmer has found in growing yellow peas.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
This week, we’re live at the 87th annual Arkansas Farm Bureau Convention in Little Rock. We talk to two first-time attendees at the Convention, we hear from an exhibitor at the event’s trade show and we also visit with a workshop leader about farm and ranch branding and marketing.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
This week, we talk about the price of Thanksgiving dinner, along with personal Thanksgiving traditions and memories. We also catch up with Pulaski County Farm Bureau President Debbie Moreland about policy development and Farm Bureau’s upcoming annual convention, and we get the latest on November rice and cotton markets.…
 
Good Monday morning… We had a weekend of mild temperatures in the south and heavy rain in the north. Perfect farming weather! It’s 48 degrees this morning in the Treasure Valley. a balmy 41 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 38. It’s 41 in TwinFalls and 39 in CDA. Front-month corn futures prices are 5 to almost 8 cents higher this Monday. New crop futur…
 
This week, we talk about Arkansas Soybean Month and the 50th anniversary of the soybean checkoff program in Arkansas. We also get to know Chris Colclasure, recently appointed director of the Dept. of Agriculture's Natural Resources Division, and we hear about Arkansas Farm Bureau's annual resolutions meeting, an important part of the organization's…
 
Good Monday morning… This is the first full week of daylight savings time. We’re still seeing mild temperatures but colder mornings across Idaho, perfect harvest weather! It’s 32 degrees this morning in the Treasure Valley. a refreshing 25 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 22. It’s 39 in TwinFalls and 34 in CDA. Corn futures slid into the weekend with …
 
This week, we talk cotton and learn about harvest progress in Northeast Arkansas, and we hear about the art, etiquette and ethics of photo shoots on the farm. We also discuss problems caused by the invasive Egyptian Goose.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
Thanks for joining us, This the Idaho Farm Bureau Podcast coming to you from the State Capitol in Boise. Port Congestion and Shipping Delays are Impacting US Agriculture…Backlogs at U.S. ports and container shortages are disrupting the supply chain. Micheal Clements has more: Recent settlements in U.S.-European Union steel and aluminum disputes are…
 
Good Monday morning…We’re seeing mild temperatures but colder mornings across Idaho, perfect harvest weather! It’s 43 degrees this morning in theTreasure Valley. a refreshing 37 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 34. It’s 39 in TwinFalls and 28 in CDA. This morning Corn futures are up 3 cents higher. Thats after the USDA reported 279-thousand metric ton…
 
In this episode of the Growing On Podcast, we talk about precision agriculture and new technology/machinery in the agriculture industry that helps producers be more productive and efficient. During the 2021 Sunbelt Ag Expo John Deere unveiled it's new CP770 Cotton Harvester - a brand new, state of the art machine that will help cotton producers be …
 
This week, we bring you tricks and treats, as we learn about disgusting Dead Man’s Fingers and mildly terrifying carnivorous plants and we talk about fun fall harvest and Halloween activities.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
Thanks for joining us, This the Idaho Farm Bureau Podcast coming to you from the State Capitol in Boise. A series of storms have tore through Idaho, dumping an inch and a half of rain, it has also swept across the Northwest has left behind a host of records.Stephanie Ho reports. New cattle feedlot report shows a shrinking US beef cattle herd.The na…
 
Good Monday morning…We’ve had rain and its cooler outside, most of the potatoes are harvested and the last of the sugar beets, perfect farming weather! It’s 45 degrees this morning in the Treasure Valley. a refreshing 43 in Poky a bit cooler in IF at 39. It’s 43 in Twin Falls and 43 in CDA. On to the corn market, Friday’s 3 to 5 cent gains pushed D…
 
This week, we hear about the 2021 corn crop and get an update on grain markets. We also learn the ins and outs of cover crops and talk about the value and importance of Arkansas Farm Bureau membership.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
Thanks for joining us, This is the Idaho Farm Bureau Podcast coming to you from the State Capitol in Boise. After a hot dry summer, Congress passed a bill that will help the nation's farmers and ranchers with drought, disaster, and Covid relief: Drought relief is expected for some parts of the West. Stephanie Ho reports from Washington: An American…
 
This week, we talk to Arkansas State Fair Livestock Director, Chris Bacchus about the benefits of showing livestock and poultry. We also talk to Leigh Ann Bullington about the role as family consumer science educator, and we hear about the Farm Bureau PR team’s visit to media day at the state fair.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
This week, we talk to Congressman Bruce Westerman as he kicks off his latest Ag Tour in the state. We also hear about this year’s Arkansas Youth Expo livestock event in Washington County, which wrapped up earlier this week, and we get the latest news on commodity markets from Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Brandy Carroll.…
 
This week, we learn about unique, new research on “night pollinators” and we get to know another inductee in the Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame, Andrew Wargo. We also explore the partnership between Five Oaks Duck Lodge and the University of Arkansas at Monticello and the launch of the Five Oaks Ag Research and Education Center.…
 
This week, we take a “Rice Month” look at this year’s rice harvest and we get a farmer’s perspective on agriculture supply chain challenges. We also hear about the upcoming “How to Win and Election” workshop presented by Arkansas Farm Bureau and the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
This week, we hear about the critical role data plays in making sound economic decisions on the farm, and we talk about the history of grape breeding in Arkansas and how it led to development of the wildly popular “cotton candy” grape. We also learn about four livestock disease outbreaks that Arkansas agriculture experts are watching closely.…
 
This week, we were on hand for the Arkansas Connectivity Summit at the Hot Springs Convention Center. We heard from a variety of experts, including a sitting FCC commissioner, about the state’s effort to expand and improve broadband internet access and about the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. See our interview with FCC Commissioner Br…
 
This week, we hear about what's happening in the equine industry in Arkansas and we learn about a new "mobile" meat processing trailer. We also talk about Senator John Boozman's tour of farms and agriculture operations in the state and learn why these visits from Congressional leaders are so important.…
 
This week, we learn about how certain new federal tax proposals could hit farmers hard and we meet another member of the next class of Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame inductees. We also get a progress update on the White River Irrigation District canal construction project.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
This week, we get the latest on this year’s cotton crop and take a look at tools and techniques that will help with future crops. We also hear about a new and surprisingly sweet blackberry called the Ponca and we learn all about Rock City Burger week.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
This week, we learn about the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff’s Small Farm Program and a new effort to get a better map of broadband and cell coverage in Arkansas. We also visit a Monroe County farm to get an update on this year’s corn crop.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
On this week's edition we get an update on this year's rice production in the state and learn about the upcoming briefing with the Senate Ag Committee taking place in Arkansas.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
On this week's edition, we hear about the importance of upcoming agricultural yield surveys from the National Agricultural Statistics Service. We also learn all about soil moisture sensors and other technology for managing irrigation and get the latest on this year’s soybean crop.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
In this episode of the Growing On podcast, Katie and John are down on Jekyll Island for the 2021 Young Farmers and Ranchers Leadership Conference. Due to COVID, this is the first time they've been able to meet in 2 years, so John speaks with Will Godowns, YF&R Committee Chair to discuss this year's conference and how happy they are to be back in pe…
 
Nelson is a native North Carolinian farm boy and the 8th generation to raise his family on their farm in Taylor’s Bridge, NC. Married to the love of his life, Melody for 16 years, who is a high school teacher, they are finding theirway through raising their wonderful daughter Lily who is 13 going on 21 most days. An Agricultural banker by trade,Nel…
 
Chris Koch doesn’t let limitations or obstacles stand in his way. Despite being born without arms and legs, Koch grew up like any other small-town kid — playing road hockey, causing mischief at school, and helping out on his family farm. Neither he or his family treated his disability like a tragedy, and instead used it to fuel his dreams. Today, K…
 
Amanda is a fifth-generation rancher from Mitchell,S.D., who has dedicated her career to serving as a voice for the nation’s farmers and ranchers. Since 2008, she has tackled hot industry issues on the BEEF Daily blog for BEEF Magazine, where she provides tools and strategies for producers to effectively engage with consumers and counter negative m…
 
On this week's edition, we hear about the Diversity in Agriculture Virtual Conference and what was shared and learned by participants. We also talk to podcaster and speaker Vance Crowe, who delivered the keynote address at Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Officers & Leaders Conference, and we learn about all things hummingbird with an Arkansas Audubon Societ…
 
On this week's edition, we kick off a series of interviews with upcoming inductees into the Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame and visit with teachers attending the FFA’s Arkansas Agricultural Education Summer Teacher's Conference at Camp Couchdale in Garland County. We also learn about a new sheep herd at the University of Arkansas Monticello.…
 
On this week's edition, we visit a Hempstead County farmers market to meet some local growers and vendors, we hear about the recently released Arkansas Groundwater Protection and Management Report and get some tips on avoiding tick problems.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
From now until the end of the year is a dangerous time on the farm as producers generally are working long hours in their fields and it only takes a split second for an accident to happen, which is exactly what happened to GFB President, Tom McCall earlier this year when baling hay. John sits down with him to talk about his accident and his message…
 
On this week's edition, we hear from University of Arkansas experts about the physical and economic impact of recent flooding in Southeast Arkansas. We also get an update from the Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Environmental Issues Committee meeting in Cave Springs and we learn about Dairy Month in Arkansas.…
 
On this week's edition, we travel through Southeast Arkansas to hear from some farmers facing heavy losses after last week’s floods. We also get an update on the Mississippi River bridge closure at Memphis and we hear how farmers and ranchers can avoid heat-related illnesses this summer.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
On this week's edition, we hear about the impact of heavy rains and flooding across parts of Arkansas and take a look at what the economic impact might be of this week’s wet weather. We also learn more about the new Experience Arkansas Agriculture promotional campaign and get a preview of the upcoming Officers & Leaders Conference for Arkansas Farm…
 
On this week's edition, we hear about important issues facing the beef cattle industry. We also get an update on this year's rice crop and we take a look at overall row-crop planting progress and find out what might lie ahead this growing season.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
On this weeks episode we hear about Arkansas Cicadas from Dr. Aaron Cato and we also talk to Marianna farmer Nathan Reed about his restoration of abandoned tractors. Finally we hear from Arkansas Farm Bureau's Mark Lambert on the agricultural impacts of the Memphis Mississippi River bridge closure.โดย Arkansas AgCast
 
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