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"andy peterson" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:17 min | Last month

"andy peterson" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

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"andy peterson" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

AM 1530 WCKG

02:48 min | 2 months ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

"Welcome to the Iowa sideline the Hawks out on the field warming up before Picking on Kent State Golden flashes at the North End zone. The Hawks warming up in the South end zone. It's now time for the University of Iowa Sports Medicine Injury Update with Dr Andy Peterson the team position for The Hawkeyes and because I was driving down here this morning and is thinking about concussions just haven't heard a whole lot about, um, here as of late because there's been other pressing issues, obviously in the medical field, but where we kind of stand right now, with Concussion testing for football players. Sure, yeah, I think you're absolutely right. It's really that the oxygen in the sports medicine world has been sucked up with covid this last year. That's a lot of attention is kind of gone to the back corner. Some of these other things that are still real concerns. Concussion of football. It's still a bit of a big issue. Not much has changed over the last couple years. You know, there's been some rule changes that have been useful that changes the kickoff rules have decreased. The number of concussions on those plays by about 40%, which is a pretty big difference. That's the highest risk playing football kickoff returns. So that's been a good rule change we're expecting in the next year or so, a new set of international consensus guidelines so every four or five years there's a new set of international guidelines that comes out next will be from the Paris consensus statement. And we expect that sometime in the next year, and so that might lead to some real changes in how we manage this, otherwise, you know, we're doing a lot of the same things we've been doing for the last 57 years. We're doing pre season testing. Both functional testing as well. Some computer based middle cognitive testing. We really tried to do a good job of identifying these injuries when they occur and make sure that we go through the right process for bringing people back safely. But you talk about covid to what are the protocols now for unvaccinated personnel? Yeah, so there's also been a change. You know, last year there was a lot of big 10 policies procedures protocols that we needed to follow. That's all reverted back to institutional control. At this point, so every big 10 institution is really making their own plan. We're all doing pretty similar things. So here in Iowa, anyone who's vaccinated is not getting tested on a regular basis. Anyone who's unvaccinated is getting tested three times a week with a PCR test, and then we're doing symptomatic testing on top of that, which has been significant lately. You know, there's a lot of cold viruses just going through the community, non covid stuff, So every time someone gets even a little runny nose, they're getting a covid test whether the vaccinated or not That time of year. Dr Peterson. Thanks for your time. Thank you. Dr Andy Peterson on the University of Iowa Sports Medicine Injury update and, thankfully, not a long list here for the Hawkeyes and Kyler shot to talk last week that he would begin practicing this week before the Kent State game that has taken place. He practiced a lot with the to some with the ones and is expected to get some snaps today for the first time this season. Other than that, everybody in the two deeps both offense and defense practice this week time for today's field conditions report brought to you by.

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"andy peterson" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

AM 1530 WCKG

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

"Grigsby in Clinton's Solomon to the bottom of the field. Solomon needs to have a big day today. Here's take good protection fires upfield Caught hand off to the races. Solomon 50 40 30 21 Guy has the angle 10 on over there. Touchdown. We just said Clinton Settlement needs to have a big day. Well, there's a pretty good start. Hawks got it done on the ground to Albert Young rush for 165 yards on 36 carries the victory moved. I would have four and two on the season two and one of the conference, Iowa would finish seven and five and five and three. That is our Hawkeye historical winning moment, courtesy of Riverside Casino. Add golf resort just south of Iowa City in Riverside. Now let's check up on the Hawkeyes with the University of Iowa Sports Medicine Injury report As we head down to the end zone, Rob Brooks is standing by with Dr Andy Peterson. Rob Gary. Thank you very much. This is the University of Iowa Sports Medicine Injury Update. We usually discussed football related injuries and recoveries with Dr Brian Wolfe, but thought it would be timely. Talk to Dr Andy Peterson, which we've done before about the covert 19 testing for players, coaches staff what they go through on a regular basis of Andy the rapid testing really a game changer to get back on the field for the big 10. Yeah, it's been a big help was really the only way to do it to be confident that we're not picking people out in the field, who are currently sick currently at risk for spreading the virus around. It's been a big help for us easier, faster results, So it's really been the difference between the rapid test for what we're dealing with back in the summer s O back in June, we start bringing our athletes back to campus. We won the first schools to start bringing people back and we were using a weekly testing strategy where we use a PCR test. We were very fortunate to have rapid turnaround on that test that we struggled a lot less than other schools work. But then, when the conference made the decision to move to the rapid and agent testing in August, September That's when things changed quite a bit for us. So our athletes now get a daily test a rapid engine test. That's not a diagnostic cast. That's a screening test. So if they test positive on that they still have to have a PCR based test to confirm the diagnosis. And if there is a positive test, how long our players out verse coaches for the players, there's a bit of a process to getting all the way back to play so first to get isolated for a period of 10 days, presuming they don't have symptoms of people get sick. They have to isolate longer, but presuming they don't have symptoms. They're out for 10 days in isolation just to make sure they don't spread this around in the community. After 10 days they can come out, but they cannot return to activity yet. So we wait till about day 14. And then we do some cardiac testing because there's some concerns that Cove it may have some bad heart effects and athletes and so our athletes around the day 14 market Ah test called a troponin and CG and echocardiogram and also now a cardiac emery, which has been kind of a big deal to implement, but they're getting very robust cardiac testing around that day. 14 marks If all of that is normal. Then there's a seven day graduated return to play process where they slowly resume activity react mate so they can get back on the field around a 21 for coaches. It's really just that 10 Day isolation period they don't have that same rest period That's required is quite a setup. It's not easy. Takes a lot of people. Teo do that rapid testing every day. Yeah, we've gotten really lucky. So this company called by Odessa ex is the one that's doing the logistics for us, not just us, but the entire big 10. We're using a rapid an urgent tests from a company called quite Del, which I think would have been challenging for us to administer on our own, and it's very resource intensive requires a lot of personnel to do it, but luckily, we've got a great team from bio desks that's been able to do our testing for us. I've been joking that we kind of got the a team. I think that some of the struggles at other schools have had we have an experience, mainly because we had such a great group of people working with us. It's nice to be back on the field, Andy, Thanks so much for your time. Thank you Walks the injury Update for Purdue Big news out of West Lafayette yesterday. Close it. Wide receiver and dangerous return man Ron Dale more will not play today. More also was injured in the fourth game last season and did not play the rest of the year. As a true freshman back in 18, he had 1250 receiving yards projected starting running back King Doru is out today with a hamstring injury as a true freshman. He had eight starts and 451 yards rushing. Also, head coach Jeff Bram will not coach today from Roz Ade Stadium Quarantine. I'm a positive covert test Earlier this week, his brother and offensive coordinator Brian Bram will call the plays for the Hawkeyes. It's going to be tough at linebacker today. Expected to miss a couple of big ones in the middle of Jack Campbell, a sophomore from Cedar Falls, is out with an illness. Not covert related and has played in 11 games in his career. Also, linebacker Seth Benson is out. Also listed as Campbell's backup that should slide nickname and inside. Also expect a lot of five defensive backs for the Hawkeyes golf back upstairs to you. Thanks, Robbie. Thank you, Dr Andy Peterson. That's our University of Iowa Sports medicine Injury report. 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"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

"Well on the big show blog. Welcome aboard come on inside the tent. Our tent is large here on the big show. Bob Quinn the big show. Andy Peterson coming up. Three big things Nathan Fisher with us as well listeners. Scattered across the entire corn and bean belt from central Nebraska all the way to Northern Kentucky and we are talking farm news weather markets happening underneath that umbrella. One thing we have been talking a lot about lately. Andy is the C-PAP program and sign up going on. Fsa Offices and tell you the truth we have someone on the telephone line that I didn't know if she dancer our phone. Caller not pay. Hey speak for yourself right there there. There's no doubt about that entity unconfirmed of the big show the director here in the state of Iowa and I. Yeah I know you've been extremely busy. Amanda thanks for taking some time to visit with us here on Corona Virus Food Assistance Program. What can you tell us? What's the latest well? I will always take their call. Gentlemen so please please You're you're very important to be as your listeners. So yeah we're busy That'd be probably understatement. At this point the applications Opened up yesterday We're going to be running that applications or the end of Augustan. We had some very Very active county offices yesterday as producers started. Call it in with questions or some have their applications ready to go and we're starting to to work through that so what's the first step than me to go to the website and look around. I would imagine yes. We still are not open to the Public. Unfortunately that's that's a decision made at a higher level here at the department and so nationwide. Our offices are so close to the Public. But we are able to do these applications. They're very they're very simple We can do him on the phone For producers who don't have access to the Internet for those who are maybe slightly a little more tech savvy they can get Botha calculator and a application right on the farmers dot gov slash the website. Calculator is great You Can Punch your numbers in. It'll tell you your calculated the estimated payment and it'll pre populate application for you so all you gotTa do is sign my husband and I worked on ours last night and it took more time to pull the records together then to actually fill out the application applications that less than ten minutes. Well that's what I was. GonNa ask you to is Have you gotten any clarification on on priced bushels what that is in as it relates to Risk Management options that type of thing we. It's my understanding. We're supposed to have that guidance hopefully at this afternoon or tomorrow morning That is probably the biggest question we've been receiving is on some of the basis contracts in delayed contracts. What's in what's not and just as soon as we have that guidance will be getting it out to everybody look forward to that announcement than When it is made of course this. It's not as if you guys are sitting around. Amanda with nothing to do anyways. This is Acreage CERTIFICATION TIME. Normally especially with the early Planting across much of the State Typically Summers one of our busiest time line of with. We've got acreage reporting or finishing up the art. Tlc Twenty twenty contracts so for The stragglers and there are some out there. That deadline is next month. So we'll need to get those contracts fine. We've got continuously R. P. contract on those offers coming in and we've got whipped plus sign up going on for moisture losses in excessive losses in two thousand eighteen and twenty nineteen so very very busy time to be sure. I'll bet it is a and again. Thank you so much for joining us any idea any projection yet. When you're offices are going to be back open I mean do you have a what do they call back to work? Plan yet from the. Usda we heard just this week looking at those back to work plans in Iowa and in most states it is going to be. I liken it to dial not a switch The first step is we're we're going to work to get more of our employees back in the offices we've had about two people per per county working in the office and the rest on Telework We're hoping to get more people back in the office in the coming week I don't have a set timeframe on when will be open for public traffic. But I do think. In some of our counties we will get there Here in in hopefully maybe the next month the keys. What's going vocally in the county and as you guys well know We've got counties that are still seeing increased cases. And we've got counties that have either stabilized or decreased or never really got off the ground so It's going to vary by county based on the on the Public. Health situation in each county Let let me ask you one. Final thing here. We're getting short on time but going back to these see fat Payments and programs and filling out the forms and stuff I mean th there. Is there a time period when you ought to be getting in? There is an urgent or or are you doing okay. If you know you're you're going to wait a few days absolutely producers can do this any time between now and August twenty eighth we there. I want to assure folks that You know we're we are first. Come first serve in that. We try to act on applications that we received in the order. We received them but the money is is. There is one of the reasons. We're making an eighty percent payment right now that way we can guarantee that there's plenty of funds available. They're holding that twenty percent back the department is to make a decision later look like MSP Just like we did with both NFC one in and to really to ensure that should we have additional crops added and there's an opportunity for crops that haven't been named already to get added. They're saving that twenty percent back just ensure that more crop come online. We can cover those as well. But it's not a rush to It's not a rush or The money is GONNA run out. I want to assure people if they apply between now and August Twenty Eighth. We'll be able to prove their applications. You mentioned the website. Tell me that again. Best Place to find out information getting forms and stuff yeah. Farmers got go forward slash feedback C. F. AP. Amanda thanks for joining us. Today was a pleasure gentlemen. `Bout that Andy. She's talking to us here. I'll tell you that's a big deal and I know their offices are very very busy. We'll talk more about that program and and how how to sign up and and he's got some stuff up on the website Free all look at as well. Markets Ahead Nathan Fisher. Let's take a look at what's going on whether it's weather time here on the big show took Kinda take a look at the Delta Weather Forecast. I know we are soggy here in the Midwest. Save things are drying out in the competition in Brazil and South America although latest reports out of Brazil is not the weather slowing things down there but One of the ports are closed down with some workers with the corona virus. What's happened in the delta part of this country more wet weather in the delta areas of the of the country some scattered showers in Louisiana Mississippi Some heavier showers Along Eastern Oklahoma moving into Arkansas and As well as Southern Missouri. Right now and they are expected to keep rain chances in the forecast for the next couple of days until the they will dry out on. Saturday and should remain dry for a few days heading into next week. Temperatures there near.

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"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

"Eleven thirty five says the big show flocked foudy skies out there. Let's the big show. My name is Bob Quinn Andy. Peterson has three big ones. Coming up. Nathan Fisher keeps US updated on weather. Well I can tell you Friends were brought to you by hurts. Real Estate Services Farmland auction brokerage and evaluations. The gang from hurts real estate services sent me a list of their upcoming land auctions across state of Iowa. Who Do they have some good listings? Hurts Real Estate Services Again? Bring you this segment of the big show. Alkali starts us off as we take a look at the marketplace. Talk to Al Little Bit earlier today and Al Corn kind of flat soybeans still bumping up a little bit but I wanna get right to the issue of crop conditions progress planting weather alrode into one here in the state of Iowa. We're pretty much done with corn and soybean planning there are still some soybeans and be planted. I understand that But what what. She is going southern Minnesota. Their house things look in there. I think they report yesterday. Said Ninety seven percent planet on corn. I think Minnesota was ninety. Eight a little bit ahead of us. I think. Eighty five percent planet and Minnesota and that would include some of the Wetter areas up around. Fargo moorhead area. So we're off to a pretty phenomenal start. We had a nice one inch rain again last night. So we have full Planted in ideal conditions. A Nice rain over Memorial Day Some additional rain. We haven't had too much. There's not really been any ponding issues. So I think Ron after one of the best starts that I've seen in the last ten years now I have heard that Downstate Illinois on into Indiana is getting a little bit more water than what they need and start to hamper things. Zandt something I should be concerned about looking at this market. It is something that is a concern for certainly for the farmers in that area You Take Springfield Illinois across into Southern Indiana Ohio you described there definitely been some ponding. Some delays some of the coroner's going to need to be replanted but I guess Minnesota. I'm always aware that the areas of southern Illinois Indiana Ohio have a lot longer growing season so that they do need to go in there and replant shorter season corn or switch them over to soy beans. They still have a pretty good yield potential. Come this fall. I think the bigger area of concern. It's not a major producer is up into North Dakota where may twenty fifth was prevent plant deadline? And I think a lot of guys there of destroying in the towel they're done attempting to plant Coronate here especially. When they haven't have the two thousand nineteen crop harvested and of course Alexandria. You say well. They don't grow much but those acres At least in a Lotta these projections. ended up being attributed to trendline yields. Right so correct. Yes that that's where that comes into play. Are You Are you concerned at all about Brazil and some covert effects Affecting their exports down there. Yes certainly the. They shut that one of the ports yesterday when one of the workers tested positive in the close confines that they have there. It's not as close Andy as a meat packing plant at those guys. Look pretty well hand to hand. Write together unloading semis. A lot of those porch one low two thousand twelve hundred semis per day. So there's always some human interaction with that and there's a lot of beans have been purchased by especially China out of some of those ports in Brazil. They have to slow down or shutdown. That could shift some the business back to the. Us and real quick ship you can get take beings out of the P. N. W in the US in over to China and about twelve days. So I'm not saying it's going to happen but andy. It's certainly something that I'm aware of. A lot of people in the industry are watching the market. A little bit to think. Yeah one thing I would affect would be the spreads. You're seeing again today that nearby. July beans now up three and three quarters November beans up to a quarter that spread has been. His wide is about fourteen cents. Currently that's pulled into about seven cents and one of the things I've always noticed in the market sandy. Is that when bowl spread? Start working quite often. You are in the process of changing the Trans. So as look at towards next week working on the newsletter. Just saying that's one of the things are really watching next. Week is the spread between the July and August contracts between the July new GOP contracts. Out Take a look at your charts. For me wh- What do you see is opportunity coming up here next couple of weeks corn and beans? I think you know if you're in the livestock feeder needs to buy corn of be buying corners here. I think we're the bottom end of the bottom end of the train range that said if we could pop July corn upto around three thirty five. I'd probably Willy Art with some old crop if we could get the beans to close an July contract Baba above eight fifty seven. I think we could run up towards eight seventy and we got up to. They're not real happy with those prices but to me. I've just looked at this being a trading channel. What I'm trying to do is get customers to liquidate some of their old crop inventory when we get up to chart resistant areas. You said eight fifty seven was that for July July nearby contract. I keep continuing. Yeah what's that mean for November then on November that would get that up about Around eight hundred seventy as well and so the real hard area. We've not been able to take out today's high end November beans Eight fifty nine Can Get up and closed above fifty nine. I think we could project that up to around eight. Seventy two eight eighty a lot more interested getting old crap sold on this rally than necessarily new crop because we think we can have some more fun later this summer if any weather problems develop we'll talk about that coming up in the meantime. How can we continue Visiting with you about what's going on in the marketplace gives call toll free eight eight eight three four five two eight five five now starting us off today on the big show big. Thank you to Al for being our first guy out of the out of the blocks here. Andy Era. Talk with him again. Coming up in. Let's say about an hour and ten minutes or so here as we continue Time now to take a look at what's going on. Though in the news you need to find out three big things you need to know with Andy being brought to you by your Iowa soybean farmer free planting progress and Pretty much tweed in the state of Iowa ninety seven percent corn eighty or. I'm sorry ninety. Two percent on soybeans did get our first condition rating of the year on corn as we saw a lot of emergent very poor.

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"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

"Twelve thirty five on the big show clock cloud cover moving back into centralized well. That's the way it's been for about four or five days. Your friends get some rain. It's clearing skies cloud cover get some more rain at kind of summarizes the forecast for today as well by Brennan the big show with your Andy Peterson coming up with three big things. You need to know and the guy we call nate. The great is running the controls forest. Today he'll be bringing us up to date on whether he also keeps the big show clock. Wow Nice and tight so we stay on time here during the big show broadcast agriculture from Central Kentucky all the way back through Nebraska. How `bout that for signal and of course we're talking right now with our good friend. Paul Cassell Paul is in his home is in Clay County. Iowa run Round Spencer Paul and I was watching the Some of the social media last night and you had posted something kind of caught my attention. I I got a chuckle out of it and said well we. We've had it all now. We've had too cold too hot too dry now too wet in. I guess we have here in the last couple of weeks. We've had all that thrown at our crops kind. Give us an update. Paul things How they're looking in your neck of the woods there North West Iowa. Well it started out Start out with a bang on April twentieth. People really get in the field. A lot of fertilizer application a lot of feel cultivated corn planning and soybean planning and I think we visited before you buy a lot of people. were completed on their corn and soybean planting in April which is unheard of. You know especially to sit in the last couple of seasons so Really fast progress. And then we had above normal temperatures there in late April and and I don't know if we had any corn emerges in April but it was close to that we've definitely had some corn up in early. May So really look great. So but since since like Maistre may fourth or so definitely a change in the weather and some cool weather since then and Oh you know. Something's planted that first week of May some of their still still emerging so. We're GONNA concerned on that. You know what that might do for the potential for so but quite a change As going to end up being probably one hundred hundred degree days both behind normal so it's Kinda wiped out advantage you had in the early planning and they're in late April yeah policy and that was kind of what I was GonNa ask is. It looked growing degree units but Do you have anything? That got frosted or did you cut escape by on that one. Well yeah lots of concern about it because it had but three three maybe four or five mornings down into the low thirties and not not a huge problem You know I think there was some here. And there that got nip. There's some lower is kinda thing but not not a not a white scale white area type of problem so but lots of concern about it at the biggest thing was just a cool weather and just corn and soybean crafted down develop any during that timeframe and really you know before that and since then obviously it is developing but really slowly so. That's kind of I now. What about weeds have some any control issues because they haven't been growing either and it's hard to hard to control a we've that's not actively growing kind of next big activity you'll be the herbicide application to the the crap They'll be lots of You know all the emergence products are broadly thank grass control most of our corners. Get you know. Get some beside applied there in early June and again we thought that was going to be in. May but that's GonNa happen this week and our consulate warm temps for us next week. It'll probably be next week. They'll do the big activity but yeah we're just urging people to check your field. You know we still some issues with lots of people. Water Him and and some of our herbicides you know some of the key detect privacy using like Callisto and Ladas. An impact not controlling water. Amplify that used to so when people have gone back to some of that growth regulator type herbicide Like like status and some of those types of products to control that Water Hampton. We've had some off target issues those to be careful applications as well but unless it'll be the next big activity pause. Bob Wrap up here. Thanks for being with a little bit. Did you have anybody? That's starting to make any. Hey yet North West. I'll well yeah we don't we don't have any we're used to but still some folks have made a good business but no nothing so far but I'm thinking probably next week. It was pretty good growth. Hey Hey anchors. And Pastor has ever really done pretty fairly well against. Kinda look kind of tough there NATO because it almost got a little ride since then cooled off and lots of moisture and and they've done well to the no probably not nothing. No no yeah probably will happen next likely next week. Yeah I was looking at Our stuff and you're right boy. It is really lush up here in the last couple of three days and you start bearing that eighty degree heat on it and it just starts popping that red clovers really starting to look good so I I know. We're getting into that season but we just need some kind of drying weather for that as well. So Hey Paul again. Thanks for talking to us a little bit today. You may good to talk to you folks Paul Castle. He is in North West Iowa extension guy on the ground. Andy are boots on the ground eyeballs out in the field today with the Iowa State University and Paul works out of that Spencer area. We check in with him from time to time. So big. Thank you to Paul and the gang for holding things down there talking to us a little bit about. What's going on Andy? We need to find out right now. The three big things we need to know brought to you by your Iowa soybean farmer helping out to relieve stress may has mental health month and Americans Soybean Association vice-president. Kevin Scott says that they've developed a new campaign. Hashtag soy help following a survey of leaders from both organizations the American Soybean Association and the United Soybean Board that showed high levels of farm stress and we wanted to get some ideas what farmers were thinking about in relation to our Cobra gun affect your operation. One of the things we discovered was that our mental health was suffering in Egg. End The combination of continuing poor prices and so forth were compounding in the fact that we now have not much social contact and it was affecting our attitudes and was interesting thing to find out he says it highlights resources available to farmers and those trying to help farmers on issues ranging from emotional support to help with day to day operations on track. That's the way officials in the trump administration or talking positively about China's commitments in implementing the phase. One trade deal with the. Us Politico is an article today. That says that's even as the corona virus outbreak that began in China's straining relations between the two countries. Do requires China to make their own markets more open as well as increase its purchases of US farm goods manufactured goods as well as energy and services by two hundred billion dollars above twenty seventeen levels. Sign up open for the Virus Food Assistance Program. You can find a link on the big show website social media at big show farm. Good friend the big show bill nor the. Usda secretary for farm production in rural conservation says it's important to keep in mind that products that were enrolled and other risk management programs are eligible for the assistance. We'd look at this as separate from the other risk management programs out there so now we are designing this if if somebody had crop insurance and they had revenue insurance. This does not. This is not their participation in that does not impact their eligibility for this now. He encourages you to work with the local office for further details and of course a reminder. Those offices are by a moment. Only quick look at weather brought to you by the stethoscope selling land and the equipment to farmers since nineteen sixty full slate of auctions this week Steph group dot com where you find out more nate let's look at the Delta Real Quick. What's going on just off to the south and the southern reaches of our soybean belt. All the rain from last week is continuing into this week. Harry's of scattered moderate showers expected all the way through Thursday heavy rain right now in southern Louisiana today More isolated showers on Friday as well but then dry starting Saturday all the way heading into next week. A look at whether on the big show..

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"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

"Twelve twelve on the big show plaque bright sunshine starting to pop up in some sections of Iowa. I gotTA kick out Trent. They're doing the news on whol radio. It's almost like the temperatures were changing before is very is and you know how that is friends. And agricultural last couple of days sun comes out. Temperature races up to about eighty to eighty three degrees eighty four degrees like Cedar rapids at eighty one right now and then. All the sudden things cloud up temperature drops about fifteen we get some rain and that's kind of been the last four days. Looks like that's going to be again this afternoon. Andy Andy Peterson With me here on the big show Andy we need to Talk SIF APP Today. Today is a big day and it looks like this week is going to be the week that was for sign up for the coronavirus food assistance program. But boy there's a lot of questions left and we have a guy that can answer some of those on the line with us right now. That's all right. That's exactly right. He spent a lot of time Researching this and talking to people about it and has the very latest is. Yeah sign up is now open. The application is available many places. One of them is the big show website and also over social media at big show farm. Doctor Chad Heart is here from Iowa State University in fact when I called him earlier It's the Iowa State Fight Song that That plays while while the phone rings so Hey Chad what have you been able to learn on this? It sounds like you've had had a busy morning and a lot of people have been hearing that fight song this morning. Well we have and and the idea I think everybody was chopping at the bit T to apply for these payments. You know as we're looking at the top here is today's the first day and you know. Usda has made it where folks can apply for online with the spreadsheet that they put out there that creates the form and that hopefully is going to ease some of the burden especially as we look at these county off the that some of them are still running under you know. Covid nineteen restrictions. They're not open and so the more we can do online and virtually the better off. We all are. So what? What have you been able to determine here about On priced bushels what What does that mean well? And that's something. I think we're still waiting on further. Clarification Yawn as they've got written right now. The idea that you had to have it in inventory and it had to face price risk but I think that's one of the issues when we look at the multitude of ways we get market grain The idea that you know. What does it mean to be an inventory? Say I've done a deferred price contract where I've delivered the grain to the elevator. But I still face the full price risk in my eligible here. I think that's still an open question. And that's why I would ask for folks say okay. Let's sit down and look. How quickly should I tried to get into the office? If I've got fairly simple marketing where I've done cash or Ford contracting. I would say go ahead and start to fill out the form if you've done a little more complex marketing where you've done say basis contracts or heads to arise or or deferred pricing contracts and. Ask you to wait a little bit. Wait till they Thursday or Friday. And then let's wait and see if USDA puts out a little more detail on what counts as an priced inventory. So you're not concerned about Funding being available. It's not in this case. You know when you look at the way they put this out. They had the funding yard of the deadline. Out The for this program all the way out until August. They also have that eighty percent rural built into c-pap here which basically means. We're going to work out what your payment would to be. You're going to receive eighty percent of that upfront. The reason they are only doing eighty percents because they're saving back that twenty percent to make sure that everybody does apply will get paid at least something and then if there's additional funds leftover at the end of this period then they will back. Fill if you will that last. Twenty percent of the payment Now you're GONNA do a Webinar on Friday. On on all of this correct I'll be working with Christine tycoon with the center. For Law and taxation haired I was dating in a couple of folks out of the state. Fa office just mirror and Katie Kramer. And we're GONNA have a one hour webinar on this on Friday at eleven. Am and hopefully. We'll have actually a little more detail especially if we're looking at the screen and working through the payment limitations that go along with this program how this program interacts with other programs that. Usda does Ha. This is Bob and and I know you're getting bombarded with these same questions over and over again but the the price risk of the corn that's open to price risk or beans corn in particular. I'm thinking of some of the contracts that were made with ethanol plants that are now closed and Those bushes are being put back On the farmer I would imagine knows all that's eligible correct. Well at least right now it. That's an open question. I would say because those you had that contract so if you will were sold now you might have them back. My guess is yes. In the end they will be eligible but again. That's something that until we get further guidance from USDA. We can't say with the you know a definitive answer. Yes or no yet. Well Yeah I mean. They've been very clear about bushels. Enrolled in risk management programs are still eligible. But you know the examples been given or you know crop insurance into dairy margin protection that sort of thing not not risk protection. What within the marketplace that the distinction at this point that is sort of the distinction at this point and it's also like I say defining what still in inventory. If you have it in your been you know the argument is that's definitely within your inventory. But with some of these contracts you may have delivered prior to January fifteen even though the pricing happened after January. Fifteen that's one of those gray areas here that's not well defined within well much appreciation to to you and Christine and and Steve Johnson and all the folks at FFA who've been working long hours even over the holiday weekend to try to get some of these answers for us and will maybe catch up with you later in the week before this Webinar. And and talk again. How's that sound? That would be just fine and put out more thing here just to say fertile farmers out there. You know as you're talking with your folks have a little patience with them. They're learning this program just as fast as you are absolutely not Chad Heart. I was thinking of the economist to the big show with the latest on C-PAP here today on the big show. Nato updated South American weather for us absolutely seen a lot of wet weather here. Not so much down in the harvesting areas of Brazil rearguard assume and I will dry until Saturday temperatures will be below normal until Wednesday near to below normal on Thursday near to below normal Friday and then Near normal on Saturday Mata Grosso Sewell and Goya's also will be dry until Saturday temperatures there below normal until Thursday the near near to below normal on Friday and Saturday Argentina will have some moderate showers Had Bonner showers stimulate last week? benefited their wheat crop. This week will remain rather dry but temp but showers do looks return this weekend. Though maybe widely scattered Bob. Alright thank you. Andy is standing by there. You've been working on this webinar coming up. I know that folks Should be in on. There is a limit of how many people can connect into this. I believe it's a thousand and you think. Oh that's a lot but that's not very many when you consider it's a statewide webinars. So yeah what's our. What's our direction on that? Sign up earlier. You're calling early. I I mean help me out here well yeah I mean I would think the earlier that you would on that the better off you'd be but there there may be ways to increase that Depending on demand I guess Before chat I think demand is going to be huge. Yeah I and a lot of this has to do with the the description of this on on page eleven and you start to get off in the the weeds on this but You know they're going to they're going to try and do this On the The the gotomeeting account for the Center for Law and taxation and who knows maybe Maybe have to add a couple In terms of what we learned this week from. Usda that kind of demand for it but Got Links to the form and the video out on the website. Make show website and social media at big show farm and really. It's just a couple of clicks and a couple of downloads. Made it pretty convenient for you to to at least poke around a little bit on your own if you'd like to do that. As funding applications are now available..

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"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

"I'm to build back up in the field so just because it survives doesn't necessarily mean that it's resistant but if it is resistant at it definitely can contribute to those seeds in the bank. That are are resistant. Then so what is life Look like for you these past ten weeks or so. I know we chatted at one point. And you're doing more webinar work in that type of thing is still going on Yup Doing pretty much everything. Virtually right now Last week I know we had Beta crop scouting school that we did online and that seemed to go over. Go over well so More we liked to do so face to face but Still doing things virtually right now but how appreciated getting out to the field. Actually spending some time in the field seen thanks to something about that seat of the planner or or Crop Scout. That brings a smile to your face. Isn't there yeah. Well we'll let you go here. Rebecca we appreciate the update and We'll talk again soon. Yeah you bet. There goes Rebecca that until I was state university agronomist in southeastern Iowa a little bit of real time at grinding me here in that part of the state today on the big show. Twelve forty one on the big show and the three big things you need to know straight ahead here brought to you by your Iowa soybean farmer needing more as Some of the specifics continue to filter out. A USDA on the Corona Virus Food Assistance Program. The payments will help no doubt acknowledged producers but some sectors. They're saying there's just simply not enough for example national milk producers generation spokesperson. Chris Gaylon explains the formula for dairy producers formulas rather complex water boils down to for a dairy farms production in the first quarter of this year. The payment is going to amount to six dollars and twenty cents per hundredweight and that's a combination of two different funding streams. But the bottom line is. We already know what everyone's production was in the first three months of the year. And you multiply that times six dollars. Twenty cents and data is your payment. Now there are also questions about say forward contracting and at least for milk. He says one of the things that they've tried to do is make sure that other risk protection activities like forward contracting would continue to be eligible with no restrictions on the fat payment providing assistance. Bill fire by Senator Charles Grassley would require. Usda to do four the ethanol industry it would require. Usda to reimburse producers for their feedstock purchases in the first quarter of twenty twenty through the Commodity Credit Corp which Growth Energy CEO. Emily score says would quote deliver immediately? Relief for biofuel workers farm partners and thousands of EARL COMMUNITIES LEGISLATION FOLLOWS. Numerous appeals from growth energy and other farm in biofuel leaders lawmakers and local governments for an industry that has been basically idled since the covert outbreak began making progress on the phase. One trade deal with China but more from a regulatory side than anything else. Jennifer Hillman is a senior fellow for trade and International Political Economy with the Council on Foreign Relations and she says that as far as the egg purchase requirements in the Agreement Day are extensive agreement requires China to by twelve point five billion dollars more in agricultural goods this year than it did in two thousand seventeen and an additional nineteen point. Five billion dollars over twenty seventeen levels in twenty twenty one depending on whether you've used Chinese import numbers or US export numbers that mean summer between thirty four thirty seven billion dollars in total agriculture purchases. This year so far. She says imports are at five point. One billion dollars compared to a target range for this period about nine point one billion so thirty seven percent of the target requiring a lot of ketchup to be made. I'm Andy Peterson. Those are the three big things you need to know. Bob Gwen here I will. Farmers launched the Iowa Food and Family Project in two thousand eleven today more than one hundred thirty thousand food minded. Iowans are connecting to modern egg through its innovative programs and content. See for yourself at Iowa. Futon FAMILY DOT COM. Play a champion finish stronger. Well other time now on the big show take a look at Midwest. Cropping conditions in hope we hear from Nathan Fisher about Some some sunshine and some heat. No pressure I guess I put on me. Yikes Don't want to be the error of bad news but WE'RE GONNA see some spotty showers mostly. Most of Iowa isn't going to get a lot of rain today but yeah spotty showers. Across the state just overcast skies high sixties low seventies across the state Then we're GONNA see some heavier rain tomorrow again high sixties low seventies for high temperatures could see upwards of an inch of rain across north western corner of Iowa We will get into the eighties for the weekend Saturday and Sunday. But still some chances for For some rain both days. And then we'll be in the seventies Beginning of next week Still some chances of rain early on next weekend absolutely and So we'll hold out Patients I guess for the Sun to Shine and the temperatures to warm up this time last week. We were hoping you know it'd be sunny ade today and now we aren't Maybe barely making it into the seventies It's my it's amazing how things change quickly right. I mean we were talking about some areas wanting to rain and now we've got Areas that have too much. So there's no. There's no question that Mother Nature still in charge of Modern food fuel and fiber production in that process begins with planting a CD into the ground. Back to the pioneer a series being text line at five one five nine nine nine fifty four ninety one coming up in a moment One of the things that I mentioned though in three big things you need to know is what Money shot told US earlier in the week needed to happen for the biofuels industry. And and that is that to Senator. Grassley and Senator Klobuchar have introduced legislation that would require. Usda to reimburse biofuel producers for their feet stock purchases in the first quarter of twenty twenty three the Commodity Credit..

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"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

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"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

"Eleven o six on the big show clock Bob Quinn and the big show with you today. Come on inside. Our tent is big. Get Out of the missed out there size skies Starting to loosen up a little bit but Friends were still talking about dampness across the corn and soybean belt Bob Quinn to the big show. Andy Peterson coming up here. In just a couple of moments Have been following. During the last hour there was a ceremony going on in the White House. In Washington Secretary of Agriculture Sonny. Perdue along with the president Introducing details of the Corona Virus Food Assistance Program. We're going to be talking about that. During the first half hour or so of the big show Mike is going to be joining us our secretary of Agriculture. In about twenty minutes. But Trent Rice. The newsroom was monitoring the President speaking as well and we will hear now. This is a president trump is. He is announcing some details of the brand. New Corona Virus Food Assistance Program available for farmers were standing strong with our farmers and ranchers once again in normal times. Roughly forty percent fresh vegetables at about forty percent of beef grown and raised in the United States is distributed to restaurants and other commercial food establishments. But as you know. The viruses forced many of our nation's restaurants to temporarily close and this taken a major toll on our farmers and growers some of whom were dealing directly with restaurants. I didn't realize that until yesterday. Where with the big restaurants and they sometimes we'll deal directly with you former no middlemen. No nothing just directly and it's a big. It's a big business for this reason. My administration is launching a sweeping new initiative. The coronavirus food assistance program through this effort. We're providing nineteen billion dollars to support. Our nation's agricultural producers maintain the health of our critical food supply chains and provide food assistance to American families. Nineteen billion dollars as part of this program today. We're announcing sixteen billion dollar direct payments to farmers and ranchers so sixteen billion is going directly to the farmers in ranches and it's authorized by the Cares Act and the Commodity Credit Corporation. Charter Act. We fought hard for this. These payments will compensate farmers for losses related to the global pandemic caused by China will be providing billions of dollars for corn cotton soybean and specialty crop farmers cattle ranches just about every category. I think we have almost every category. We don't we're GonNa add if we left something out but we have a lot of lot of territory. Dairy producers pork produces more sign. Ups will begin on. May Twenty sixth through your local farm service agency offices they gotta go sign up to pick it up to get the money and we'll start issuing payments within one week of receiving your application. So that's a lot of money you're talking about a total of sixteen billion plus three billion and you know we bought last week and it's already in distribution three billion dollars worth of products for the food lines then it's is already in distribution. I see that they're handing it out. I see where they couldn't get food having a hard time and we have these incredible ranchers and farmers that have so much food and I said let spend that money and give it to our farmers or ranchers and it's worked out really well. In addition this important initiative also towards a new farmers to family's food box program which Ivanka and Secretary Perdue helped officially launched on Friday through this effort the Department of Agriculture with local food distribution companies. And we have a lot of great distribution companies. Have Gotten to meet some of them which have also been hit very hard to purchase three billion dollars a food and products from the American farmer. Which I just mentioned and to deliver to the food banks charities that serve needy families already. We've allocated one point two billion dollars to farmers to families president trump making that announcement during the last hour. In fact I believe the ceremony is still continuing. I've been following along with that But you heard the now some details Corona Virus Food Assistance Program applications. Fsa offices beginning May Twenty. Six corn and soybeans are covered along with many other crops. Livestock eligible cattle lambs yearlings and hogs as. Well Andy. Yeah so. Here's some specifics. And by the way I posted even more and what they mean to you out to the big show website And on social media at big show farm so you can in case you missed some of it or or need to see it in order to to let it sink in here For row crops soy beans Corn Barley Canola spring wheat. That sort of thing producers will be paid based on inventory subject to price risk held as of January fifteenth so the payment will be either fifty percent of Twenty nineteen production or twenty nineteen inventory as of January fifteenth whichever is smaller multiplied by the applicant pool payment rates. So that's that's for row crops livestock. How they're going to do it. Some of livestock sold between January fifteenth and April Fifteenth multiplied by the payment rates per head and coupled with the highest inventory between April sixteenth and may fourteenth to account for the The backup on the farm. So dairy they're going to do Certification of MILK PRODUCTION FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF THE YEAR. Second payment will be based on a national adjustment of production. And then you kinda go on from there but as you mentioned all of this is going to be to to get an appointment made with your local. Fsa Office because again. They're they're operating differently now to Bob. It's not just You know walk in there and and and do your business Was social distancing and that sort of thing so This stuff just out In the last few minutes and you can see it at the big show website and social media big show farm. Andy what else you got for three big things. We need to know if that isn't enough Crop Progress and planning progress in. Iowa is mainly complete nationally corn planning and eighty percents. Like being just a little over half but here in Iowa we've been leading the country all planting season long and today is no different have planted ninety six percent of the expected corn crop nearly a month ahead of last year and almost three weeks ahead of the five year average. Yay mostly status with USDA Nash. She says in fact sixty three percent of the corn has emerged across the state so I beams eighty six percent complete planning data and you can find that out on the big show website higher gas prices and this is actually thought to be positive because it means demand is picking up for gas in there for ethanol average price of diesel fuel. Meanwhile fell about one point six cents to two forty one a gallon this past week but gas was up over six and a half cents. Patrick of gas buddy says the increase is attributed to a near five percent increase in gasoline. Demand saying that quotas longest states continue to loosen the restrictions. It'll mean more motorists on the roads and filling their tank. Direct assistance details just released from. Usda ceremony in the Rose Garden with President Trump specialty crop farmers cattle ranches just about every category. I think we have almost every category. We don't we're going to right if we left something out. But we have a lot of a lot of territory. Dairy producers pork produces more sign. Ups will begin on May Twenty six three local farm service agency offices they gotta go sign up absolutely and then payments will be made starting a week later specific details available on the big show website. Big Show farm well weather in the big show brought to you. By the coalition to support Iowa's farmers again the coalition support. Iowa's farmers. Bring UPDATE ON. Whether and nate standby with some worldwide weather but a reminder the coalition is the livestock experts to turn to if you have questions about the new facilities or maybe even doing some site surveys for new facilities. Or if you'd like to add some more livestock back in your operation this the first call to make the coalition to support Iowa's farmers nate. What do we have Thursday some worldwide weather right now? Yes I starting in Brazil reaffirmed to sue pot and mostly dry conditions today tomorrow than some moderate. Heavy showers expected Thursday and Friday than scattered showers on Saturday. Temperatures there near to above normal today going above normal Wednesday Thursday and Friday dropping to below normal on Saturday the provinces of monograph sewell and Goya's looking at mostly dry conditions until Thursday. Then we'll see some scattered moderate showers in the southern parts of the region on Friday then in the northern parts of the region on Saturday temperatures. They're neutral above normal today above normal Wednesday Thursday Friday near to below normal on Saturday and in Argentina. They are expecting a strong System in the middle of this week with widespread moderate showers which will benefit their emerging wheat. Crop.

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"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

"Thirty five on the big show clock by putting the big show with the today overcast skies for the most part. Andy Peterson with an update of what we need to know coming up but what we need to know about the haymarket here in the state of Iowa we are checking in right now with our good friend. Dale less line dyers Ville Iowa and Dale when I want to know what's going on with the haymarket here in the state of Iowa or the hey condition here in the state of Iowa give you a call so first question. What have you heard about the condition of Alfalfa grown back across the state. Good bad or otherwise kinda depends on where you're at the The hard freeze that we had a week ago Saturday Predominantly north of I eighty is gonNA delay the new crop. A lot of the new crop typically gets going twenty twenty fifth of May. That's not going to happen. It's been a very cold dry spring up until recently now we've gotten some moisture but it's still very cool and and I think we're we're looking at at least ten to fourteen day. Delay for the first cutting. Hey now as far as demand in the hey yard there. The market house demand holding up and how supply holding up your sales. I demand has actually been very very good You could not ask for the hey to sell any better. Considering the economic conditions are cattle and dairy producers are going through right now that the hey is going very well. The top dairy hayes been bringing from two hundred forty two two hundred and eighty dollars a tonne We've kind of seen the grass hay back down a little bit only because there's starting to get some pasture out there now so we're not quite seeing the the heavy demand for the grass. Say That we have in the past. But we're still seeing that you know at one hundred one hundred and fifty dollars a tonne range and the the betting market has kind of fallen apart here lately the corn stocks have dropped off substantially. But that's pretty normal for this time of year that the demand for betting anyhow goes down as we start to get some better weather but all in all the he market is is considering. Anyhow what we're dealing with out here you could not ask for it to be any better. Dale at Sandy. I was wondering about supply here. You see shipments from other parts of the country. Yes we've been getting quite a bit in Kansas That had a little bit left in Illinois have been getting a few loads out of candidate every now and then there's not a lot of quality. Hey left What kind of the leftovers right now as we're getting down to the end of your crop There's there's not a huge supply of really anything left right now. It just kind of bits and pieces and we're kind of what we see in lately a lot of what we call. Potpourri loads were producer will be bringing in first second and third cutting All on the same load as they're cleaning up Their last of their two thousand nineteen crop what's what's mood like here of potential and the customers. Obviously you're I know you've you've changed a little bit to some online stuff. But what are you? What are you sensing? I think the mood is a pretty decent in general. I think the people are all happy to you. Know the states and everything starting to open up now and and generally I think the the farmers are optimistic They've had a good planting season this year and and In general anyhow. I think that they're just hoping did get past this and and get moving on what volume coming in the next couple of weeks. Think you'RE GONNA start rolling off a little bit The volume is gonNA be dropping off. There is a chance to make be getting some new crap out of Kansas. You're in the not too distant future There is also a little bit of new crop out in Nebraska that Maybe heading this way We're looking for a truck issues right now. The volume of trucks out on the roads right now are are pretty slim. So Moving Hey at distances is a little bit more challenging than it's been in the past but I do think we'll probably see in some out of state new crop year on the next week or two at the latest. And now your regular says I I did go. Hey Earl anyhow are going to stay pretty positive here At least through the month of June s house wondering how prices we're going to hold out your regular sale Coming up this Wednesday right every Wednesday at eleven o'clock and we sell our big squares at eleven o'clock and then we started on round bales at eleven thirty. We ever crowd split into two groups so the big square buyers can can come early in the round buyers can come late they will. Thanks talking to us a little bit today. Thanks they'll take care guys you bet they allege line there dyers filthy. Hey auction market Andy. Hey you had a note here You sent me on Sent me picked off of I believe one of the social media talking about some of these recertification pesticide applicators. Now Yeah I get to actually break up the Jones County boys and the Peterson family. A little bit. My cousin Adam Collins sent me a picture of what's going on in Iowa city as the drive through a certified. Pesticide certification continues. This is what Secretary Nag has been talking about. It took a lot of time and creativity A lot of hard work in order to make this happen but Yeah there's three three sites Fort Dodge City into moines The rules and protocols Sign up for also available I'll put a link to those on the big show websites and they're they're making this happen but you can see everybody's appropriately distanced and still a big shoutout to to adamant all the Department of AG folks who are Continuing to be on the front lines here and make all of this happen. You bet that's important stuff. Hey speaking of important stuff. We need to find out three big things you need to know being brought to you by soybean farmer providing port not only during planning season. But now that we've got the crop in the ground on the demand side of Friends of National Corn Growers Association came up with the ideas and suggestions for keeping workers retailer safe during planting and so far. That's been the case Kevin. Ross President to the National Core Gore's Association confronted. The big show says he thinks planting kind of put everybody in a little bit better mood. Maybe put their minds at ease a little bit and I think there's a lot of apprehension out there as well Andy and that's that's You know to be just you know justified for what we've got with the pricing situation. Certainly the demand scenario for Korn and so Look at a lot of different ways that we can try to help. Prop up our industry and try to make sure that we can economics. The backside with bill demand during times of demand destruction. Now you can hear the full conversation with Kevin podcast form on the big show website and rating relationship. Maybe their concerns about that between the US and China. Now this comes while announces its open to a couple of new. Us products blueberries and barley imports but Fox Business Network had President Donald Trump over the weekend seemingly adding fuel to the fire of problems between the US and China when he said he had no interest in speaking to Chinese President Xi Jinping. He even went as far as admitting the possibility of cutting ties with the Asian nation. Reuters has a story today that says the President is disappointed with China's failure to contain the covid nineteen outbreak noting that the pandemic cast a pall over his face. One trade deal with the nation light at the end of the tunnel. Perhaps for the ethanol folks now Jeff Cooper President and CEO the Renewable Fuels Association says. There's no question there's a long way to go. But he says we are seeing an increase in gasoline. Demand seems that the worst may be behind us We're beginning to see some signs of recovery. states began to stay at home restrictions and people get back out on the road He says that Some of the idol ethanol plants are starting to come back online and they seem the highest output now in five weeks. Hey whether being brought to you by hurts. Real Estate Services Farmland auction brokerage and evaluations. Thank you to hurts. Real Estate Services speaking grow time here in the upper midwest plenty of rainfall over the weekend in fact some sections of central Illinois for plus inches of rainfall. We'll see how that crop dries out. And weather's that Deluge but nate. We need to find out what's going on where the competition is bringing the crop out of the field of South America Brazil Argentina. What's their harvest weather looking like? Yeah I we will start in Brazil. rerun just really cool and pot. They are having mostly dry. Conditions of the week until Wednesday than moderate. Heavy showers expected Thursday and Friday. Temperatures there near normal today neutral above normal tomorrow and then above normal Wednesday Thursday and Friday the provinces of Mata Grosso and Goias province southern areas of guys. We'll have mostly dry conditions until Thursday. And then they're going to catch some of that rain scattered. Moderate showers on Friday temperatures there near to above normal today tomorrow then above normal Wednesday Thursday and Friday in Argentina. Seen mostly dry weather of the last week or so expecting though a stronger system in the middle this week was some widespread. Moderate showers expected across. Argentina. WanNa mentioned did get a nice note from Brenda there The folks cargill Eddyville reminder of their unload ours today 'til four thirty tomorrow six. Am to four PM and Wednesday six am to four thirty and their basis by May thirty wants by May thirty first four cents under that July contracts. That's where the basis bid lies there. We're GONNA talk more basis. We're GONNA talk more markets market outlook ahead here. Jamie Co hockey joins US on.

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"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

"Eleven O. Six on the big show clock by Quin back with your winding-up the big show getting started on a Monday overcast skies and is with us. Three big things. Nate's been keeping US UPDATED ON THE MARKETS. We were up in the overnights on corn. Kind of off a little bit. We're still ahead in soybeans. We're GONNA TALK TO JAMIE CO hockey coming up at the bottom of the hour but fellas. I will tell you. We picked up some rainfall. This past weekend Little over an inch inch and a Skinny Quarter House that sounded quarter at farm South Central Iowa Eastern Iowa. Andy maybe maybe a little bit more than that. Factors still some rain Fall around the quad cities right now. Yeah it was in the further east to go and Illinois. The numbers got exponentially bigger. We're GONNA talk about this with the State climatologist twelve ten today. But I JUST WANNA I WANNA. Have you inspect that big show clock? That nate night took so pressure. Actually mostly nate last week while you were out so precious care of is that thing not looking better than it's looked in years after last week. Yeah I heard you boys talking about that. Last we got everything just like everybody else. Agriculture as out in the farm shop and I was listening in Planting pretty much All done from what What little planning work we do here on the big show. We follow a lot of planning. But now's the shop last week. Polishing things up should say knocking the rust off most of the junk that we farm with but Listen in so I heard you talking about the big show clock. Yeah well it is a sacred time piece that has been handed down over the generations. And I appreciate you taking care of that for me Also appreciate what you're saying Andy About heavier rainfall. I saw some four plus inch rainfall. Totals in central to Downstate Illinois so It was in some already planted fields. The pictures I saw I don't know if that's going to be a washout or you know how long can take him to get back in there but it it seems like those folks got it by the bucket load. I mean we got some rain but ours is spread out over three days here. Yeah And and for you know by and large we were fortunate that most of ours came pretty easily So on of wash associated but you see some pines now in some of the lower lying areas or at least a little water sitting anyway. So we're we got everything soaked back up. What we need now is some heat and Sounds like maybe Justin's got some Some optimism for us in terms of that heat coming up a little bit later on today. Well we don't have got much plan for this week. I don't think I mean were not scorched. Anything out there today. As far as I know what when we're in the seventies so overcast but Yeah Nail on the head. The other thing as I was listening to you boys talk about last week. And we're GONNA talk about it again. Coming up here is This survey that's going on in North Dakota right now I don't know what we're going to learn. Apparently we haven't learned much yet. Well I have another survey be at least not it's been released what What they said was the results. Were a little surprising In terms of significant unharvested acres and Which we've been talking about that for a while too but be that as it may and then you know planting intentions out there but then you start to think about okay Prevent plant probably going to be an option for some some acres in North Dakota and maybe with the rains in southern Illinois By the time they get dried out maybe too late there so another thing I guess. To add. Into the topics of conversation here going forward well the corn marketed and by and heavy into that but soybeans look like they may be believe in a little bit of that We'll talk markets ahead right now though and I have missed saying this. It's time for the three big things you need to know with. Andy Peterson well. Providing support during these tough times friends at the National Corn Growers Association and President Kevin Ross. Good for the big show. Says they're working hard and have been through planting season to try and keep everybody safe now as far as moods go he says. Planning Season's third has a way of bringing smiles about-face there's a lot of apprehension out there as well Andy and that's that's You know to be just you know justified for what we've got with the pricing situation. Certainly the demand scenario for Korn and so Looking at a lot of different ways that we can You know try to help. Prop up our industry and try to make sure that we can come out of this. The backside with the building demand again the big corn crop that it looks like he's out there you can hear our full conversation with Kevin it. Podcast FORM WHOL RADIO DOT COM hover over the menu icon in the upper left hand corner. Quick on podcast in the big show curated eating relationship concern about that between the US and China even though China's come out and said they're going to allow immediately imports of barley and fresh blueberries from the US increasing trade there but president. Donald trump over the weekend has stoked fears that China may not meet its obligations under the phase. One trade deal by saying to Fox business network that he really has no interest in speaking to Chinese President. Jean-pierre right now. He even went as far as admitting the possibility of cutting ties with the Asian nation. According to Reuters said he's cool very disappointed with China's failure to contain the covid nineteen outbreak noting. The pandemic cast a spell over his face. One trade deal accomplishments signs of hope in terms of recovery in the ethanol industry president. Jeff Cooper the Renewable Fuels Association says. They may see a sign a light rather at the end of the tunnel with gasoline demand. Starting to rise that the worst may be behind us. We're beginning to see some signs of recovery As states began to stay at home restrictions and people get back out on the roads now he emphasizes that the industry has a long way to go as the pandemic cut ethanol production by more than half in just two months idling dozens of plants but he also points out that some of the plans that come back online and output was the highest. It's been well brought to you by the coalition to support Iowa's farmers and I am looking so forward to getting out in the field with these folks again talking about the work and good farm neighbor award making some presentations to our good farm neighbors. We don't have any scheduled here through this month but hopefully as things start to get back to normal or head at least back that direction we can start planning some for midsummer mid to late summer and get out and visit with our were good farm neighbor award winners or figure out a way to do. It may be over the telephone things like that. 'cause we sure like to honor those folks are still out there doing great things and in fact. I would imagine. We're going to get a whole long list of nominations for the work and good farm neighbor award just from things that transpired here this past month but once again the coalition support. Iowa's farmers bring you update on whether I and I have been talking about the heavy rainfall across the upper midwest but Nathan's One section the world. We also like to look in on and that is South America so you tell me what's going on there right now. Is We're in the midst harvest in that part of the world. Absolutely their harvest season is underway In rid under sue and down in Brazil they're expecting mostly dry conditions until Wednesday than moderate heavy showers Thursday and Friday there temperatures near normal today near to above normal tomorrow and then above normal Wednesday Thursday and Friday in Mato Grosso to sewell and the Goya's provinces they will have mostly dry conditions until Thursday. Then they will get hit with some rain in the southern parts of the region on Friday. Temperatures there near to above normal. Monday and Tuesday above normal Wednesday Thursday and Friday in Argentina. Mostly Dry for about a week. A couple of weeks now But star system is expected there in the middle of this week with moderate Showers possible widespread there in Argentina. Well we are talking whether here and hearing that weather report from South America. One thing. That's going to start playing into shipping in South America. We hear now just over the last couple of days that The Corona virus that covert nineteen strain is starting to increase spread across Brazil. In fact Brazil now the fourth nation fourth highest nation reporting infection rates and it is predicted. That could start to taper off as far as product flowing out of that country and remember. That's where a lot of that competitive Soybeans in particular and corn comes trauma onto the world market. So it looks like that over the next couple three or four weeks. We're going to be watching very closely. What might be happening with those Dockworkers those ports because again it's now up to the fourth large still behind the US But on the Increase so that will have an impact on product to coming out of South America. I don't know Andy. How much impact is going to have But it's something that's popped up on the radar screen right. Now we're talking about China as well Trying to Maybe wiggle out A Rob legations here so In in looking for some more worldwide soybeans. We'll we'll talk more about that coming up here also our secretary of agriculture Mike Be Joining us on the big show..

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"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on The Big Show

"Oh enjoying the sunshine here. A Friday big show as we made it through another covid. Nineteen pandemic week to gather. Andy Peterson at the big. Show today by Quinn. Returns for the microphones on Monday. Fisher been doing Yeoman's work here helping us make it through this week Everything that's involved with big showing. I guess we've decided that That we're going to make a verb a regular activity of course now for so many across The Upper Midwest did get here by the way. I WANNA open the pioneer. He series Sending text line here at five one five nine nine nine fifty four ninety one. I'm curious now that we've got restaurants reopened In in the other twenty two counties and salons and that sort of thing what. Are you looking forward to doing this weekend or are you cautious yet? feeling about all of this. What are you looking forward to an end? Are you go into a restaurant? Five one five nine nine nine fifty four ninety one by the way a couple of messages here last day of planting best planting conditions. I can remember in the last fifteen years as we see Looking at the cab of the the Big John. Deere that message coming in and then Jerry says that his He feels very fortunate for his son in their classmates as they put together a plan for the kids to graduate on the football field which is pretty cool So we certainly think of those. Those graduates and senior year has been uninterrupted through. All of this also. Hey Kevin. What's going on today? He just Enjoying the sunny weather down here in southwest Iowa. Yeah give us a planning update Kevin. I imagine you've wrap things up. Yeah we did we. We got wrapped up Monday. I- avid seen too many planners. Rolling down here the last You know really since. Then we've had you know to Be Little skiffs of Ranier. Come through and Just not it's not enough for For Dr we are down here but Yeah most guys are getting done and We'RE GETTING. We're getting both tested and cattle stuff. Done down here now boy. If you'd have said that a year ago Kevin but being too dry good Lord my how things change no. It's amazing the difference in really as a binding condition for Were fantastic down here. I mean you like Like going in the dirty it was really mellow and it was You know just really good for our area anyway and and our soil types but But Yeah we definitely we just needs moisture and it's shocking to see what With changes especially not just even our hills but the Missouri River bottom especially that's A lot of guys got got after down there and and I live better situation than it's been the last couple of years. That's certainly great news to hear. Kevin is You know last year. We were talking about massive floods. There were a lot of questions about whether they'd even get things cleaned up to plant this crafting season. So you're saying that by and large a lot of that work has gotten done. Yeah there's a fair amount of that crops. Been planning down there. I know there's still a still acres to go in here and there but for the most part It it's shaped up really nice and they've had Certainly one of the better. You know. Better conditions for for those bottoms than That we've seen a few years to just kind of a a welcome reprieve for a lot of folks across the across the state and I know that's not not the case everywhere but There's a lot of this crop got knocked in pretty quick. Yeah in fact. I just got a text on the pioneer text line too much rain southern county three point two inches so there certainly different situations across the state. Kevin of course president of the National Corn Growers Association and I know that NC GDP NCAA has had been very proactive in helping farmers Throughout this entire covid nineteen thing navigate through putting out You know good Good advice and good ideas on some measures extreme at times they're seemingly maybe but necessary to keep everybody safe. So what are you? What are you talking about As Corn Growers Kevin as we move forward but I think You know as you said Andy. We've talked a lot about Recently just how to get through this In the immediate immediate sense with With your on foreign plans if things that If we ended up with disruptions to the farm or Or your you know local suppliers and how that worked out. We were trying to be very proactive in that we did have some issues across the US. Different areas that kind of some localized issues. That that were problem but and certainly we've been bent staying in touch with USDA. And and. I personally been on the phone with a lot of folks in inside their office and And others in in DC and our own legislators to go to make sure that You know the economic impact of this thing is You know at least dealt with in the best way we can you know these are unprecedented times and and At least something we haven't seen In my lifetime or or Anybody else's very very long time and and The way we're dealing with definitely different. I think You know the economic impacts of this thing or are really just starting to be still Over the last couple of months and We're going to see the long tail that say it's just Just reality I think yeah. That's what I think cal said yesterday. It's almost a farm for the government program which nobody really wants to do but There they're of course significant issues economically to deal with. And and that's what I was. GonNa ask you here to wrap up Kevin. What what's the mood that you sense and people that you talk to because it seems like You know his toughest. Some of these decisions have been From an economic standpoint emotionally. They're just as tough. If not tougher overall it's been I think the mood is surprisingly good. I think that has to do with the spring that we've you know had so far in in most of the corn bill Yet Get folks out in the tractor and planner and You know times the attitude just gets a little bit better but But again I I think there's a lot of apprehension as well Andy and that's and that's You know to be just you know justified for what we've got with the pricing situation. Certainly the demand scenario for Cornyn and so Looking at a lot of different ways that we can Try to help prop up our industry and try to make sure that we can come out of this the backside with the building demand and consumer big crop again we've got A lot of acres going in and big carry out the ramp deal with and Hopefully we can get some of these These plants is up and all plants and and our nyu industry healthy so we can move forward. Exports are are chugging. But they're not not gonNA get it all for us so we got A. We had chew through this corn crop. Yeah we certainly do. But I know I'm comfortable Kevin by the fact that we've got to you and and a lot of other good folks hard at work for us so keep it up. We appreciate it and we'll check in again soon. Hey I appreciate the time Indian Best Luck to anybody else. Who's author plans? They say? Yeah no doubt about that and stay healthy to there. Goes good friend to the big show. Kevin Ross present National Corn Growers Association with US Here Today on the big show. Twelve forty two reads the big show clock three big things. You need to know our next courtesy of your Iowa soybean farmer.

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"andy peterson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"This is the eleventh mass shooting in our state since two thousand four we should accept this this is not the way that things should be harmed says it's something that should rest heavily on the minds and hearts of everyone moving forward some malls and course employees gathered at various spots to comfort one another on Wednesday like spit fire on state only Andor P. owner Andy Peterson rather tells TMZ for news that brewery were brewery workers are regulars there quite honestly what it comes down to is they just wanna make sure that everyone else is safe it is like to have their family around him and that's you know people they work with as he hears people community to say everyone needs to know that you know people lost their lives today and at the end of the day everyone is reach out and give each other out and remember tomorrow might not happen he does and says people called in with donations to help pay for the drinks that the workers were having instead he says he'll donate that money to help the victims families TMJ four news reporter Ryan Jenkins at the scene of a police investigation at a home on Milwaukee's northwest side this morning believed to be where the suspected shooter lived police and federal agents were seen digging through the property still this morning a squad car parked outside in the driveway of a home is surrounded with yellow crime scene tape we're keeping a very close eye on this home as we will try to learn more about what this investigation entails in order to protect the integrity of this investigation we're not sharing the exact location of this home right now the police are confirming that the suspect is a fifty one year old man it confirmed employee of Molson course coming up in twenty minutes from now we'll talk with Milwaukee alderman Russell stamper the Molson Coors complexes within his district will talk with him live at eight twenty one coming up Americans keep getting bigger WTMJ news time is eight oh five some say no green horns you know the least expensive least experienced tax that they have on furnace maintenance I'm not sure why they do that perhaps it has to do with money or maybe their version of a furnace tune up doesn't require much skill Hey there this is Smith the.

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"andy peterson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"andy peterson" Discussed on KTRH

"Seven one three four six five oh four hundred it's that time Mocking loan. michael very show is on Well, that was painful. for those of you who watch the debates my apologies the friend of mine cut the cable awhile back in his hulu went out last night consider yourself lucky he said funny you say that 'cause i did i just went to bed don't think i missed anything it was the first round of the democrat debate and the second round will be tonight we'll open up the phone lines earlier than usual but before you call in make sure that you're adding to the conversation what i would like to hear is that if you watched the debate last night and you heard an idea pitched that you never believed you would hear in a national debate if you witnessed something that you never believed you would witness during a national debate of one of the two major parties if you noticed a trend if you noticed something that as you were sitting there you thought i wonder how many other people have noticed this the call it's not particularly useful to the conversation is minero stupid we start with that premise let's not end with it if there was something you notice last night that you wanted to share with the rest of us then by all means seven one three two one two five eight seven four and we'll take more calls than usual on the show today for that very reason there were ten candidates for those of you who missed the debate last night they didn't do a lot of sniping at each other and part of that is because it's still early and The candidates will start sniping. at the moment which their advisers tell them you're out of money and this guy over here is taking your votes and for you to win you're gonna have to go after him you'll remember for instance that marco rubio during two debates in a row came into the debates loaded for bear he was gonna have to go after trump and it had become abundantly clear i think it was just before the florida primary it had become clear to him that if trump wins florida this election's over in your done and the only way you're going to win your home state is a knockout punch on trump and so he came in and tried this second debate where he tried that which if i recall correctly was shortly thereafter trump really let him have it and i would say if he didn't destroy he certainly broke him because rubio's never been the same sense trump has that effect on people but we didn't see a lot of that last night we will that that will happen but the candidates aren't desperate yet they still want to appear kinda fresh-faced hooghly on castro did go after beethoven there were a couple of moments but not like you'll begin to see in the coming months almost nobody mentioned trump which i thought was very odd you would expect that they would have brought up trumpet every turn but this was also the opportunity for a lot of them really to introduce themselves and frankly i think most of those candidates are not ready for prime time and this was their first shot at primetime these are not guys that have played on the major stage for very long most of them not a major stage like this i'm not talking about doing an interview with the small town gazette and being featured on the front page you know an a big profile of what a great guy you are i'm talking a national presidential primary debate three candidates took the opportunity to pander by speaking in spanish hulu on castro who spanish is terrible beta roar who's is worse and cory booker who bless his heart Needs to quit. on subjects like healthcare there did seem to be a collective amnesia in the room didn't obamacare solve all our healthcare problems how can you still be talking about healthcare in america in terms that pretend we never enacted obamacare and the reason is because obamacare is not a success obamacare is not did not solve problems it created problems and a lot of confusion of frustration and if we liked our doctor we didn't get to keep our doctrine if we liked our playing we didn't get to keep our plan the moderators didn't seem interested in challenging any of the candidates so they pretty well let them have their way which what are we doing with five moderators ten candidates five moderators well the reason is because the moderators like the candidates are all themselves trying to launch their own careers it's seemed to be the case well we'll get to that in a moment one comment on the candidate time all the other nine candidates complain that elizabeth warren was getting more time and i ask andy peterson if that was true because she would have either marked it and tested it or kevin i on it and she said she thought it was true but hadn't measured the time yet so at some point she'll come back if she if it may be the case that one of the media outlets has measured the time because it's one of the things they like to do it's making sport out of politics but elizabeth warren was also the most serious candidate on the stage last night and so when you're the most serious candidate on the stage when you're the candidate with the highest profile and poll numbers that's what tends to happen when lester holt coup- couple of the highlights when lester holt one of the moderators asked who wants to eliminate private health insurance only two candidates raised their hands bill de blasio who is completely nuts by the way he is honest to goodness certify -able and elizabeth warren so the if you like your doctor you won't be able to keep your doctor that that's elizabeth warren's message she straight up says what obama wanted to do but wouldn't admit yep i don't want you to get to have private health insurance on the issue of gun control and gun confiscation cory booker tried to distinguish himself by saying that the neighborhood he lived in newark had seven people shot last weekend and one of them was shot with an a._r. fifteen oh make eight corey rounded off to a clear ten make it twenty what the hell there doesn't have to be any facts behind what you say anyway emme klobuchar said that if an offer of payment is made during a mandatory buyback that should not be considered gun confiscation they're not taking your gun away if they offer you some money for it okay amy on the issue of transgenderism and this was a real doozy houlihan castro repeated his mantra that if a trans woman wants to have an abortion they should have an abortion i don't know how to tell julia on castro that just because a man calls himself a woman and get some of his anatomy removed that doesn't mean he can get pregnant you got men trying to get pregnant solely so they can have an abortion and who castro wants to support them facebook like the michael berry show taste the legendary flavor of the double our bar burger nedlloyd rogers were talking full quarter pound faith add to that american cheese then top at all with sliced and seed smithfield am but although partner you're not done yet head out to the fixings bar and put your own brand down it's the 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