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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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January 9, 2018 Hot Rod Farmer Ray Bohacz shares about his passion for the equipment industry

  • Jan 9, 2019
News continues to be slow as the government shutdown lags on into its 19th day. However, Secretary Sonny Perdue announced that MFP payment signup deadline will be extended in light of the shutdown. US-China negotiations continue to be fairly tight-lipped but the Chinese did release a statement saying they were going to continue increasing importing US agricultural products. On such news, the S&P 500 index continued its 4th day increase. Finally, tune in to hear Ray Bohacz, also known as the Hot Rod Farmer, discussing how he got his start in the industry and has become a prominent technical equipment writer for his own site, Successful Farming, and others.


January 8, 2019 #TechTuesday on the Photosynthetic Glitch

  • Jan 8, 2019
Lots of news today on the tech front as China makes some overtures to the US and Canada and India's Supreme Court upholds crop patents.For our TechTuesday interview, we talk with Dr. Paul South from the USDA-ARS about research he has been working on in helping plants overcome an issue with how they process carbon dioxide; and what that research might mean for food production in the future


January 7, 2019 #MarketMonday w/Angie Setzer

  • Jan 7, 2019
Trade talks begin today in China and tomorrow in D.C. so trade news is running the headlines today! China is back in the soybean market, and the EU is publishing some impressive soybean import statsWe'll learn if any of that news is turning in to dollars for growers by talking to our cash grains expert, Angie Setzer @GoddessofGrain on Twitter


January 4, 2019 Rice, China, and the National Western

  • Jan 4, 2019
Well folks, it's the first Friday of 2019! Only 51 more work weeks until it's 2020 already! For today's episode, Mike and Delaney chat about today's employment report release, an update on the Chinese spread of African Swine Fever, and a little more detail on the recent decision to allow US rice in to China.Plus, Brian Allmer from the BARN has today's interview with Clint Mefford from the Angus Assoc. about the upcoming events at the National Western Stock Show in Denver. Have a great weekend!


January 3, 2019 Weather Outlook w/ Ed Vallee

  • Jan 3, 2019
Our good friend and resident weather guru Ed Vallee from Vallee Weather Consulting joins us today to talk through what to expect this month weather-wise. We look at both North and South American weather forecasts today - might be some surprises in store!Plus, who's feeding the zoo animals?!? Delaney has some hard hitting zoology news for us today, in additional to the usual shinanigans from Washington D.C.


January 2, 2019 FBN Seed & Genetics

  • Jan 2, 2019
Happy New Year everybody! Today we've got a lot of news out of South America, updates on the trade front with China, and a move to the upside in the soybean market.Plus, Mike has a conversation with Ron Wulfkuhle, the Head of Genetics and Seed at Farmers Business Network about the offerings they have for the upcoming year and how they are planning to disrupt the seed industry. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast platform!


December 20, 2018 Derrick Josi on Dairy

  • Dec 20, 2018
As funding is still waiting to be passed in DC a government shutdown looms on the horizon, John Deere has recently announced a startup collaboration project for ag tech companies, oil prices have hit an 18 month low, Japan is just 2 weeks away from lowering beef tariffs on countries engaged in the CPTPP, and China has bought another small purchase of US soybeans. Derrick Josi , a dairy farmer from Oregon and ag advocate, joins for today's episode.


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