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The Ag News Daily podcast is compilation of the latest agricultural news in one convenient 30 minute talk show styled run down. Combined with fascinating interviews from folks all across the industry, the AND podcast aims to be your daily dose of agricultural news!

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Scott Beenken joins Mike and Delaney as a guest host today. Also, Delaney was able to catch Gene Dubas to talk about the flooding in Nebraska and how we can help. Click here to find Gene's website and donate to the flood relief efforts.

It's almost Friday! Today, we were able to speak to the Charles City, Iowa FFA Chapter about the trip they will be going on to help those effected by the flooding in Nebraska.Follow the links below if you would like to donate to farmers and ranchers effected by the flooding in the Midwest: Nebraska Department of AgNebraska Farm BureauNebraska Cattlemen's Association

Our guest reporter, Corryn LaRue, sat down with Dr. Temple Grandin to speak about her research and how autism has effected how she works with animals.

Mike and Madison take the mic today and talk all things foreign trade and domestic disaster aid we are facing in the United States. Remi Schmaltz, also, joins us for another #TechTuesday discussion about Decisive Farming's program, My Farm Manager. For more information for Harvest for All by Farm Bureau's Young Farmers and Ranchers program, here.

Happy April Fool's Day, listeners! Matt Bennett joins us today for another #MarketMonday discussion.

We have another not-so-normal #FriYAY episode here. Brent Carlson from the Dryline Farmer Podcast talks through the markets, March Madness, haunted farm houses, and Brent's very own conspiracy theories. Listen to their podcast about the "toot toot" method here.

It's a cloudy Thursday in Iowa. Today, Cari Rinker sheds some much needed light on what advice she has for farmers' finances and how to avoid legal disputes in agricultural law. Find her website here for more information.

World's collide when Delaney talks to editor Tim O’Bryne of the Working Ranch Podcast and Magazine to talk about agriculture in social media and the floods along the corn belt.

We have another #TechTuesday here! Andy Brudtkuhl is the Director of Emerging Technology for the National Pork Board and he tells us how they are working to improve the pork industry.Follow the links below if you would like to donate to farmers and ranchers effected by the flooding in the Midwest: Nebraska Department of AgNebraska Farm BureauNebraska Cattlemen's Association

It's another #MarketMonday! Mike is back in action and ready to report. Then, Elaine Kub joins us to give us an update on the where the markets are headed after the flooding in the Corn Belt. Follow the links below if you would like to donate to farmers and ranchers effected by the flooding in the Midwest: Nebraska Department of AgNebraska Farm BureauNebraska Cattlemen's Association