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Washington State Farm Bureau ReportIf you're a Food Network junkie, you're probably familiar with Simon Majumdar who shares his thoughts on the world's most diverse food, potatoes.
Fruit Grower ReportA new podcast from the Washington Wine Commission, sheds some light on the Sommeliers or Somms that are a major part of the state's wine industry.
Southeast Regional Ag NewsTwo years ago Trevor Williams started the Farm Traveler Podcast, which built on his experiences in ag education.
California Ag TodayThe show will focus on relevant and timely information related to blueberry production, markets, and technology.
Land & Livestock ReportNew Podcast Focuses on Growing Pulse Crops
Fruit Grower ReportAg Secretary Sonny Perdue talks about what's being done to help get H-2A guest worker visas processed more efficiently during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAg Secretary Sonny Perdue heaps praise on those at every step along the ag supply chain that move our food from farm to fork.
The Agribusiness UpdateReports show U.S. certified organic field crops soars in 2019, and U.S. beef to China expected to climb.
California Ag TodayTyler and Tim Nuss are 5th generation from a family farm in Lodi, and produce a podcast called "The Modern Acre".
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe National Potato Council launches new source of information with the "Eye on Potatoes" podcast.
Sportsman's SpotlightAccomplished sportsman Bryan Huskey talks about his outdoor podcast called Skyline.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportNational Potato Council CEO John Keeling retires after 17 1/2 years of service to the potato industry.