AG NEWS 07/28/2016

USDA Seeking Additional Funding for Farm Loans The U.S. Department of Agriculture is looking for other funding sources for the Operating Loan Program that helps farmers. The $2.65 billion...

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Agribusiness Report Podcast: Tom Sleight

AGRIBUSINESS REPORT PODCAST – Guest: Tom Sleight is President/CEO of the US Grains Council in Washington, DC http://www.ParamountBroadcasting.com/audio/podcasts/20160727ABR.mp3

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Agriculture Today Podcast 07/27/2016

AGRICULTURE TODAY PODCAST http://www.ParamountBroadcasting.com/audio/podcasts/20160727.mp3

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Daily AgriLife Report: James Graves

DAILY AGRILIFE REPORT with James Graves http://www.paramountbroadcasting.com/audio/AgriLife/20160727.mp3

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AG NEWS 07/27/2016

Anti-Trade Talks Threaten TPP With both Candidates for President openly against the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the trade deal could be facing an increasing uphill battle towards getting congressional approval. At...

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EVENT: 2016 Dow AgroSciences Strongest in the Field Media Event

Media from the southern United States gathered in Leland, Mississippi recently for the 2016 Dow AgroSciences Strongest in the Field Media Event and Field Day – part of the...

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Agribusiness Report Podcast: Mary Jane Buerkle

AGRIBUSINESS REPORT PODCAST – Guest: Mary Jane Buerkle with Plains Cotton Growers (PCG) in Lubbock, TX http://www.ParamountBroadcasting.com/audio/podcasts/20160726ABR.mp3

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Agriculture Today Podcast 07/26/2016

AGRICULTURE TODAY PODCAST http://www.ParamountBroadcasting.com/audio/podcasts/20160726.mp3

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Daily AgriLife Report: Kerry Siders

DAILY AGRILIFE REPORT with Kerry Siders http://www.paramountbroadcasting.com/audio/AgriLife/20160726.mp3

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AG NEWS 07/26/2016

Ag Lenders Helping Producers Restructure Debt during Challenging Prices A new poll of senior leaders from Midwest Farm Credit lenders by AgriBank shows commodity prices are the greatest challenge...

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AG NEWS 07/28/2016

USDA Seeking Additional Funding for Farm Loans The U.S. Department of Agriculture is looking for other funding sources for...

AG NEWS 07/27/2016

Anti-Trade Talks Threaten TPP With both Candidates for President openly against the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the trade deal could be...

EVENT: 2016 Dow AgroSciences Strongest in the Field Media Event

Media from the southern United States gathered in Leland, Mississippi recently for the 2016 Dow AgroSciences Strongest in the Field Media Event and Field Day – part of the Dow Diamond Showcase.

Welcome & Opening Remarks (Ben Kaehler, US Sales Leader)

New technology for above-ground insect control (Dr. Tom Eubank, agronomist with Mycogen Seeds)

Importance of cotton fiber quality to enhance profit potential
(Hank King, Phyotgen US Marketing Leader)
(Dr. Dean Ethridge, Texas Tech’s Fiber & Biopolymer Research Institute)
(Dr. Steve Brown, PhytoGen cotton development specialist)

Pulse Survey: How southern growers are reacting to the current ag economy (Ben Kaehler, US Sales Leader)

Discussion of the role of glufosinate tolerance with weed herbicide resistance
(John Chase, Enlist commercial leader)
(Dr. Dan Reynolds, Mississippi State Weed Science Professor)
(Dr. Jonathon Siebert, Enlist Field Sales Leader)

Grain Market Update (Larry Stenberg, Grain Leader with Dow AgroSciences)

New active ingredient for burndown applications (Dr. Jeff Ellis, Dow Field Scientist)

Insecticide ApplicationDemonstration: a worm’s eye view (Dr. Drew Ellis, Dow Market Development Specialist)

Regulatory challenges from EPA (Ben Kaehler, US Sales Leader)

Economic impact of the sugarcane aphid in sorghum (Tim Lust, President/CEO of the National Sorghum Producers)

Economic impact of declining pollinators (Dr. Don Parker, National Cotton Council Manager of IPM)

INTERVIEWS:
Tim Lust (National Sorghum Producers)

Dr. Mike Lovelace (Dow AgroSciences)

Dr. Dean Ethridge (Texas Tech’s Biopolymer Research Institute)

Ben Kaehler (Dow US Sales Leader)

Hank King (Dow PhytoGen Marketing Leader)

Dr. Dan Reynolds (Mississippi State University Weed Science Professor)

Dr. Jonathon Seibert (Dow Enlist Field Sales Leader)

PRODUCED BROADCAST WRAPS:
1-LEAD: There are many sides weighing in on the pollinator issue – also termed as Colony Collapse Disorder – but how many are using science? Tony St. James reports…

2-LEAD: You’ve hear of Colony Collapse Disorder and the bee polinator issues, but have you stopped to consider some of the solutions we have available or the costs associated with not using them? Tony St. James has more…

3-LEAD: For every optimist in the corn and soybean markets, there’s also a pessimist. But as Tony St. James reports, there may be a good reason for excitement…

4-LEAD: The science says it’s safe, so what is the problem? As Tony St. James reports, it has something to do with Orca Whales in Indiana…

5-LEAD: Any discussion regarding prices and buyers for cotton almost always involve China. Tony St. James has more…

6-LEAD: Like a wave, herbicide resistance in crops has been sweeping across the nation affecting corn, soybeans and cotton. Now there’s a second wave coming. Tony St. James reports from the Mississippi Delta…

AG NEWS 07/26/2016

Ag Lenders Helping Producers Restructure Debt during Challenging Prices A new poll of senior leaders from Midwest Farm Credit...