Line on Agriculture
Colorado Ag Today
Idaho Ag Today
Message from Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue
Beef Prices Dive
Tyson to Add $5 to Cash Cattle Prices in Wake of COVID-19
David Sparks Ph.D.
Farm and Ranch ReportCoronavirus and Rural Broadband Concerns
The Agribusiness UpdateThe Canadian Parliament has passed the USMCA, and USDA makes plans for preventing African Swine Fever if it comes to U.S.
California Tree Nut ReportDr. Jennifer Randall
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington Farm Bureau director of government relations, Tom Davis talks about the legislative session currently going on and the plight of rural Washington.
Line on AgricultureRepresentative Greg Walden (R-Hood River) points out a typical scenario in rural America as it relates to the internet.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportHigh-tech farming is making rural broadband an essential part of agriculture and Micro Soft is working to fix the disconnect.
Farm and Ranch ReportFarm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportGeorge DeRuyter and Sons Dairy begins converting dairy manure into renewable natural gas.
The Agribusiness UpdateExtra rain in California means large lemons this year, and NASS finds farm internet is still far from universal.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportIn their own high-tech way, Microsoft is aiming to Connect Americans Now through rural broadband.
The Agribusiness UpdateUSDA numbers show Net Farm Income higher than expected, and Sustainable is the new buzz-word "we" want farmers to attain.
The Agribusiness UpdateSeptember is National Fruits & Veggies Month, and mixed reaction to Dairy Farmer's of America creating plant-based beverage.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportFood Network culinary critique Simon Majumdar talks about the potatoes being the most versatile food on earth.