Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • PED Solution

    According to a publication dedicated to the pig industry, Porcine epidemic diarrhea is caused by a coronavirus which was widespread earlier this year in the US.

  • FarmLink

    Producers nationwide could have banked an extra $9.5 billion in revenues if they had gotten the full potential out of their ground according to Steve Fletcher of FarmLink.

  • Ag Producer Confidence

    Ag Producer Confidence Reaches All-Time Low

  • Beef and Gasoline

    There is a tie in between the price of gasoline and the amount of beef that is consumed by the American public.

  • Colorado Conservation

    The Colorado Cattlemen’s Association has announced Finalists for the 2015 Leopold Conservation Award® in Colorado.

  • Biomass not Gasoline

    PacificAg, the country's largest and most experienced biomass harvest company, is helping growers see increased profits in the emerging biomass markets.

  • Cost Efficiency of Drones

    Until recently, professionally flown drones flying over agricultural land in the United States were not allowed by the FAA. That has recently changed.

  • Soil Health Summit

    Obviously farmers are aware of the complexity that surrounds soil health.

  • Triva Pro

    At the recent commodity classic that belief was underscored when I heard a pitch for a new product called Triva Pro.

  • Sheep Shearers

    it’s our first big set of sheep to shear.

  • Cool Dairy Man

    Scott Brothers Dairy was featured on an October 2013 episode of the reality television show Undercover Boss.

  • DNA Sequencing

    Researchers at Colorado State University are investigating the weighty topic of antibiotic resistance.

  • Farmers Business Network

    Farmers Business Network is an independent and unbiased, farmer-to-farmer agronomic information network.

  • Cheat Grass and Fire

    Cheat grass is an annual and when it dies, it leaves a mat of residue. That mat of residue is a huge wildfire problem.

  • Wolf Stampede

    Mack Birkmaier, a cattleman from Oregon wrote in his local paper about a stampede that was caused by wolves from the Umatilla pack.

  • Non-Transgenic Canola

    Canola is a crop with plants from three to five feet tall that produce pods from which seeds are harvested and crushed to create canola oil and meal.

  • Stunted Wheat

    Stunted Wheat

  • ARC-PLC

    Val Dolcini, Administrator of the USDA Farm Service Agency in

    Washington, D.C. has a message for you.

  • In Furrow

    It’s estimated that 25 percent of acres planted in the U.S. include application of liquid starter fertilizer or “pop-up” fertilizer right in-furrow.

  • Farmer Rap

    At a recent Ag convention, a guy by the name of Eric Peterson was up on stage with a bunch of other people.

  • Anti Biotic Resistance

    Researchers at Colorado State University are investigating the weighty topic of antibiotic resistance.

  • Transgenics

    The hubbub over GMO foods may be resolved very soon.

  • Beef

    Dr. Ahola is pretty adamant that the general population in America preferred beef to other types of protein.

  • On Farm Storage

    Putting grain into storage has always been a common practice, especially after a season of above-average production, like 2014.

  • Bacteria and Cheatgrass

    An organism that plagues range lands throughout the West is cheatgrass.

  • Food Stewardship

    Not to disparage the environmentalists, the organic food producers and so many foreign nations who look at our foods, that we intend to export, through an electron microscope.

  • Crop Residue

    Biomass is a great name for crop residue and has been around for some time now.

  • Cider Specific Apples

    Dr. Peter Tozer’s a research associate in Washington State University’s School of Economic Sciences and he, along with two colleagues, recently were awarded a research grant to look into varieties of apples for the purpose of making hard cider.

  • Alpacas

    The alpaca business.

  • 3-2 LOA Songstad Ag and Science

    “We have to be willing to be open-minded with regards to every aspect of technology, every aspect of agronomic’s, not just in the United States but throughout the world.

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