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Best John Herath podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best John Herath podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Pro Farmer Washington Analyst Jim Wiesemeyer separates the news from the noise in Washington, distilling the week's news in agriculture down to the developments that will impact your farm and your community. Wiesemeyer, along with host and Farm Journal News Director John Herath, hits the highlights of the week before turning to interview the key ag leaders and lobbyists in D.C.
 
A weekly commentary on some of the biggest issues facing agriculture and rural America. From the farm economy to new ag technology, to rural healthcare, rural living and raising good kids, Farm Sense takes a common sense approach to tackling real-life problems. Guests will join host Clinton Griffiths to discuss these poignant topics and offer a perspective on their expertise and life experiences.
 
The landscape of agriculture continues to change. From policy challenges to the headwinds of production agriculture today, it’s powerful women in agriculture leading some of the charges to create change that matters to not only farmers and ranchers, but also hits the heart of rural America. Join U.S. Farm Report Host Tyne Morgan as she highlights some of the women making a difference in agriculture. Not only will she highlight the grit it takes to make the changes happen, but also help paint ...
 
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It’s virtual graduation season right now and this week I take a look at one rural town that began a program to pay for their students’ college education. Learn the impact the program has had on local businesses communities, population decline and more. Plus, learn how you could make this happen in your community.…
 
Signup for the latest round of pandemic relief aid rolls out with few major problems. Meanwhile relations between the U.S. and China grow more tense as ag purchases were starting to rise. We cover all of this and more in this week's DC Signal to Noise podcast, including a look inside the news of how dairy producers stuck in the Dean Foods bankruptc…
 
My kid has a show steer but no where to show it! I’ve heard several people say that recently. Perhaps it’s a bit of an exaggeration, but many people are wondering if fairs, shows and festivals will be held. How is that impacting everyone from FFA and 4-H members who exhibit livestock, to those who make a living raising show stock? How will the indu…
 
Rural and agricultural America is definitely feeling the effects of the COVID-19 crisis, but should it cause us to change the way we live? You’ll find views ranging from “shelter in place” to “complete hoax.” Cow-calf producer, rural medical doctor and life-long resident of Lockwood, MO, Dr. Angie Whitesell shares her experiences during these unpre…
 
USDA promised details of the Coronavirus Food Aid Plan (CFAP) in a webinar on Thursday this week. That webinar ended up being painfully short and painfully short on details. When will we get the rules for the ag aid program? Will USDA still be able to meet their target of sending the first round of direct payments in early July? Pro Farmer Analyst …
 
The waiting game continues for vital details of USDA's Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). The proposed rules for the ag aid package were delivered to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) this week. Pro Farmer Policy Analyst Jim Wiesemeyer expects those rules to be unveiled by USDA early next week with new payment caps. In this week's …
 
Even if you are not closely connected to a diary farm, you’ve seen pictures of milk dumping in recent weeks. We know the supply chain is disrupted, but how is that affecting dairy farmers and the general public? What are the short and long-term consequences for all of us?By Farm Journal
 
In this week's DC Signal to Noise Podcast, Pro Farmer policy analyst Jim Wiesmeyer takes USDA to task for a slow response to the coronavirus pandemic, particularly when it comes to meat packing plants. He looks at how farmers are still waiting for details on the Coronavirus Food Aid Program and how packing plants still need supplies to protect thei…
 
Machinery Pete is our guest as we discuss the change from in-person machinery auctions to online auctions and why prices have remained steady to strong. What is driving the strength and how will this change auctions going forward? Plus, get Pete’s strategies for successful bidding!By Farm Journal
 
There is a growing drumbeat of farm organizations, legislators and ag economists calling for USDA to raise or eliminate payment caps on coronavirus aid payments. Pro Farmer Policy Analyst Jim Wiesemeyer says the current caps will not stand. The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) caps payments per commodity at $125,000 and for all commoditie…
 
Times are tight for many farmers, but cattle feeders have felt the squeeze for several months and the battle over profits between cattlemen and packers has been big news recently. Corbitt Wall, host of the Feeder Flash, provides the latest on cattle markets and an initiative called “3014” that hopes to create a more active market for cash cattle sa…
 
Gregg Doud, the chief ag negotiator for the office of the U.S.Trade Representative, sits alone in the fourth floor of the USTR office amid the COVID-19 quarantine. He's using the solitude to double-down on work to enact the Phase One trade agreement with China. On this week's DC Signal to Noise, Doud offers and in-depth look at what still needs to …
 
We’ve heard lots about stimulus checks, PPP loans and agricultural relief programs. Joe Caffee provides the details on all of these and much more, including tips on weathering the economic crisis and how his Amish clients are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.By Farm Journal
 
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