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"brian duncan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is market place on car result lot of farmers came into this year at least moderately hopeful there was that phase one trade deal with China markets were in fear you can open back up and then of course they didn't Brian Duncan is the vice president of the Illinois farm bureau he is also a farmer himself hogs and corn and soybeans and he's one of our regulars so we got back on the phone Mister Duncan welcome back Kotter Hey good to talk to you again thanks to talk to you so first things first in these very strange times how are you well we were we're healthy we're doing well spring field work started the livestock's all being well taken care of soul of from that perspective left things are good out here on the farm economically it's it's becoming quite challenging sold you know we're well we we got different levels that we're worrying about things on I guess well let's break a couple of those down I mean are you is what what are you what who's asking for your product right now right I mean a hundred grown in the plants in the corn and all that is growing but is there demand well that's a problem you know our customers are under quarantine right now and we've just seen demand fall off a cliff here in in you know like a guy I'd like to be upbeat yeah but I gotta tell you it's hard to find it's hard to find the pony in this one right now with falling demand of course comes falling prices so I my guess would be that and put on your your Illinois farm bureau had here for a minute even those agriculture producers who are able to sell things aren't getting the prices they need right in the lot of us to produce perishable commodities that you know can't store and wait this out I was actually on a conference call yesterday in which farmers are trying to figure out the nutrient value of milk to spread on their farms for fertilizer it's always it's yeah right in there that is so again drastic measures things are pretty scary but and we need a key strategy to open things back up and and try to get some economic normalcy going again well let me get there in in just a minute but I want to get back to it agricultural America sort of economically speaking because it always runs really thin margins you know it's too you gotta deal with weather and we just got through trade Morin and which is still going on by the way in and all of that and I guess that's really the question is we talk a lot about this gonna be looking different on the other side of this virus what do you think agricultural America looks like on the other side of this virus mail that's that's a that's a scary question because tell me what consumers habits are going to be like on the other side of this virus and I'll tell you what I grew culture looks like are people going to go back to restaurants I mean so much of our business and specially the high value products go through food service and so kind I think a lot of it's going to be dependent on on how the American public a response so you are in addition to a spokesman for the Illinois farm bureau on this program your former to has it going for you I mean how much of it are you gonna take do you think well it's it's real when we were selling you know just on on a rough estimate semi loads of logs prior to the outbreak for twenty five thousand dollars a load and I was just doing calculations this morning and some bookkeeping were down below fourteen thousand dollars a load and you know we sell thirteen fourteen semi loads a week so you can pretty rapidly do the math and see what kind of effect it's having not only on my family farm but it's it's just it's just the reality that we're facing right now last thing the the thing you want to talk about as you know re opening this economy has has become a politicized issue is contentious various different people have various different points of view you though you think rural America is a little bit different well I I think there's got to be we've got to decide what's an acceptable level of risk and as I'm out here in rural America we have counties that have cases that you can number in the single digits any at all are small businesses are closed and I'm epidemiologist alright you know me I'm a hog farmer from ogle county Illinois but it would seem to me we need to start for DG Klay thinking about how we open up sections and get people back to work because I think the effects of long term effects of the shutdown could be health wise more catastrophic than maybe the effects of the virus could be I mean guy you want to talk about how many illnesses are stress related I guarantee you there's a lot of farmers right now feeling a lot of stress and I don't want to make light of the virus I just think there becomes a point where we've got a major what's acceptable risk and and and start thinking differently about how we maybe protect our most vulnerable citizens Brian Duncan former also the vice president of the Illinois farm near miss Doug thanks for time search it's always good to talk to stay safe with her yeah hi I promise I'll be in a better mood next time we talk with the news is what the news is right.

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"brian duncan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on KCRW

"And follow on social media hours at home for updates on all our innovative offerings this is market place on car result lot of farmers came into this year at least moderately hopeful there was that phase one trade deal with China markets were in fear he gonna open back up and then of course they didn't Brian Duncan is the vice president of the Illinois farm bureau he is also a farmer himself hogs and corn and soybeans and he's one of our regulars so we got him back on the phone Mister Duncan welcome back he got a good doctor again doctor you so first things first in these very strange times how are you while we were we're healthy we're doing well spring field work started the livestock's all being well taken care of soul of from that perspective left things are good out here on the farm economically it's it's becoming quite challenging so you know we're well we've we've got different levels that we're worrying about things on I guess well let's break a couple of those down I mean are you is what what are you what who's asking for your product right now right I mean a hundred grown in the plants in the corn and all that is grown but is there demand well that's a problem when our customers are under quarantine right now and we've just seen demand fall off a cliff here and and you know like a guy I'd like to be upbeat yeah but I gotta tell you it's hard to find it's hard to find the pony in this one right now with falling demand of course comes falling prices so I my guess would be that and put on your your Illinois farm bureau had here for a minute even those agriculture producers who are able to sell things aren't getting the prices they need right in a lot of us to produce perishable commodities that you know can't store and wait this out I was actually on a conference call yesterday in which farmers are trying to figure out the nutrient value of milk to spread on their farms for fertilizer it's always it's yeah right in there that is so again drastic measures things are pretty scary but and we need a key strategy to open things back up and and try to get some economic normalcy going again well let me get there in in just a minute but I want to get back to agricultural America sort of economically speaking because it always runs really thin margins you know it's too you gotta deal with weather and we just got through trade Morin and which is still going on by the way in and all of that and I guess that's really the question is we talk a lot about this gonna be looking different on the other side of this virus what do you think agricultural America looks like on the other side of this virus Neil that's a that's a that's a scary question because tell me what consumers habits are going to be like on the other side of this virus and I'll tell you what a great culture looks like are people going to go back to restaurants I mean so much of our business and specially the high value products go through food service and so kind I think a lot of it's going to be dependent on on how the American public a response so you are in addition to a spokesman for the Illinois farm bureau on this program your former to has it going for you I mean how much of it are you gonna take the ethnic well it's it's real when we were selling you know just on on a rough estimate semi loads of logs prior to the outbreak for twenty five thousand dollars a load and I was just doing calculations this morning and some bookkeeping were down below fourteen thousand dollars a load and you know we sell thirteen fourteen semi loads a week so you can pretty rapidly do the math and see what kind of effect it's having not only on my family farm but it's it's just it's just the reality that we're facing right now last thing the the thing you want to talk about as you know re opening this economy has has become a politicized issue is contentious various different people have various different points of view you though you think rural America is a little bit different well I I think there's got to be we've got to decide what's an acceptable level of risk and as I'm out here in rural America we have counties that have cases that you can number in the single digits any at all are small businesses are closed and I'm epidemiologist alright you know me I'm a hog farmer from ogle county Illinois but it would seem to me we need to start strategically thinking about how we open up sections and get people back to work because I think the effects of long term effects of the shutdown could be health wise more catastrophic than maybe the effects of the virus could be I mean guy you want to talk about how many illnesses are stress related I guarantee you there's a lot of farmers right now feeling a lot of stress and I don't want to make light of the virus I just think there becomes a point where we've got a major what's acceptable risk and and and start thinking differently about how we may be a protect our most vulnerable citizens Brian Duncan former also the vice president of the Illinois farm near miss Doug thanks for time search it's always good to talk to stay safe with her yeah hi I promise I'll be in a better mood next time we talk because the news is what the news is man right thanks.

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Kobe Bryant posthumously elected to Basketball Hall of Fame

The Morgan Show

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Kobe Bryant posthumously elected to Basketball Hall of Fame

"Kobe Bryant was named to the basketball hall of fame today less than ten weeks after his untimely death in a helicopter crash with his daughter Bryant's widow called the induction the culmination of his career but he's with basketball hall of fame today naming its newest inductees led by the late Kobe Bryant was Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett Brian's with openness reacting on ESPN incredible an accomplishment an honor and we're extremely proud of him I'm obviously we wish he was here with us to celebrate Brian Duncan garner combining for eleven NBA titles in four league M. V. P. it's also making the whole coaches Rudy Tomjanovich Eddie Sutton Kim Mulkey and Barbara Stevens W. N. B. A. star to make a catch things and international contributor Patrick

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"brian duncan" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on WRVA

"Bigger ABC's Joey Waller W. Smith basketball hall of fame today naming its newest inductees led by the late Kobe Bryant was Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett Brian's wilderness reacting on ESPN incredible and accomplishment an honor and we're extremely proud of him obviously we wish that he was here with us to celebrate Brian Duncan garner combining for eleven NBA titles in four league M. V. P. it's also making the home coaches Rudy Tomjanovich any sudden Kim Mulkey and Barbara Stevens W. N. B. A. star to make a Catchings and international contributor Patrick Bellman this is ABC news balance of nature's Frinton veggies I hear the commercials in this town see a pretty hokey to be perfectly honest but I definitely have more energy they don't get sleepy as early as I used to have fewer aches and pains I have many colds it seems to be working so keep going with it right now balance of nature is offering thirty five percent off on any new preferred order good balance of nature dot com and use discount code fruits chucks Iverson ABC news like cloudy skies throughout the overnight hours they need chilly start to the day Sunday low to mid forties temperatures during the afternoon in the upper sixties with a mix of sun and clouds it is a small chance for a shower during the evening for the twelve I mean urologist Meghan wise with these radio eleven forty W. R. VA and I won ninety six point one FM we are on the path to twenty twenty I'm running for president and today the president of the United States follow.

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Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett elected to Basketball Hall of Fame

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett elected to Basketball Hall of Fame

"The basketball hall of fame today named its newest inductees led by three stars with eleven NBA titles and for league MVP titles between them your story ones with basketball hall of fame today naming its newest inductees led by the late Kobe Bryant was Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett Brian's with openness reacting on ESPN incredible and accomplishment and honor and we're extremely proud of him I'm obviously we wish that he was here with us to celebrate Brian Duncan garner combining for eleven NBA titles in four league M. V. P. it's also making the whole coaches Rudy Tomjanovich Eddie Sutton Kim Mulkey and Barbara Stevens W. N. B. A. star to make a catch things and international contributor

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Basketball Hall of Fame set to announce 2020 class

SportsCenter All Night

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Basketball Hall of Fame set to announce 2020 class

"Miss so it may be awhile before we see the world's best basketball players play again which is why tonight's a good time to remember the greatness of those the next class headed for spring field day unique hall of fame class will be announced today in a unique way the late Kobe Bryant Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett all expected be officially announced as part of the twenty twenty class been trying needs by the Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame the selections are typically revealed at college basketball's final four but there's sports now shut down the announcement will be televised on our E. S. P. N. studios Brian Duncan Kerr net a combined eleven championships forty eight all star seasons between them the first time finalist and locks to get in only six players in league history have been selected to fifteen or more all star games Brian Duncan and gore net or three of them to jump with this take on a stellar class with a focus on Brian it is one of the greatest hall of fame's ever and it will certainly be a one that we remember that night in spring feel which is coming up in September will certainly be more emotional yeah in Kobe's physical absence I I remember but I think it was two thousand ten and a class with Michael Jordan John Stockton David Robinson and Jerry Sloan I think the memory serves me and that was just like wow is sometimes you get these classes that are just glittering yeah and this is one of absolutely I'm gonna miss we're not gonna get to

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"brian duncan" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I was talking to Brian Duncan or hog farmer out you'll know where the other day about agriculture in the trade war circular bad news is what he called it the repetitive cycle of terrorists and counter terrorist threats more threats and realize a whole lot on exports is the thing but even before this administration took over some parts of the American farming industry been having some problems market please Justin how is on that one there's a four hundred cow farm in Wisconsin called the Nelson family dairy farm Serra Lloyd runs it with her husband and she says very farms across the country are facing a big issue we really do have too much milk on the market and that's pushed prices so low that hundreds of farms in Wisconsin are going out of business Lloyd says for her farm it's been a struggle the Nelson family farm has been in business for over a hundred years were really just digging deep into the asset base that third generations have built until around twenty fourteen dairy prices have been high in Derry farmers had been expanding their operations says Naomi bloom at the advisory firm Stewart Peterson it was Canada's domino effect where each very farm in their own way was trying to become bigger than the global milk prices plummeted China drastically cut back on its milk imports the E. U. lifted production quotas Russia banned western dairy imports the farms had to keep producing milk even if they're getting less for it to make their loan payments the dairy industry has had help federal subsidies have been estimated to make up as much as seventy three percent of dairy farm income and Dan some their nag economist at UC Davis says farms should be designed to withstand price swings farm prices go up and down that's part of the business center says what's unusual this time is how long they've been down and it's not just dairy prices for a lot of ag commodities have been down for several years by now he says they should have recovered that hasn't really happened for a lot of commodities in part because they're so sensitive to the international trade turmoil China is the fifth largest export market for American agriculture including soybeans corn hawks before the trade dispute it had been a top export market for years with that market closed supplies building up in the U. S. California in Wisconsin the two biggest milk producers are receiving a hundred and thirty billion dollars in aid this year to cope with the trade war Sumner says there's another reason prices are staying low the industry is getting more productive it's getting better at farming that means that those people can produce the crops in the livestock products is slightly lower prices the prices are starting to rise a bit dean foods the biggest mill producer in the U. S. said this week that it's paying more for milk that is a result of all the rain we've had this year that made it hard to plant feed crops so prices are up then there's lower production dairy farms going out of business the back of the Nelson family dairy farm Serra Lloyds has reduced milk production could help farmers in the long run we just really need to talk with people about Hey what if you produce less and not paid more the national farmers union has called for a government incentive program to better control the dairy market that could mean capping production or charging a fee if farmers.

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"brian duncan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The bottom of the list of places to go instead a lot of millennials are shopping online and renting clothes from companies like rent the runway with toad and the Miz collection Veronica sunset of is the co founder of the marketing conference commerce next or millennial consumers what you're seeing a lot of time is the buying the base so your genes they're they're like solid colors all of those pieces that are more expressive and unique in action pieces the starting to move into the rental market so department stores see an opportunity to reach these customers and collect data on what the search for what they rent which outfits they keep but starting a clothing rental service even for an established retailer like Bloomingdale's won't be easy it only to dry clean inspect and track every piece of clothing sons have says rent the runway has that down to a science you know they're getting in close at ten o'clock in the morning they are cleaning it mending and getting it back out into the market by something like three or four in the afternoon and that takes a huge or just a call operation which is why some department stores are partnering with existing rental companies in return the rental companies get access to racks full of clothes and a whole lot of fitting rooms for their customers I merry Alfa gala for market place you know Wall Street did with the absence of trade war and currency war news yeah what does what it did a lot we'll have the details we do the numbers I was talking to Brian Duncan are hog farmer nor the other day about agriculture.

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"brian duncan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I was talking to Brian Duncan or hog farmer nor the other day about agriculture in the trade war circular bad news is what he called it the repetitive cycle of terrorists and counter terrorist threats more threats and realize a whole lot on exports is the thing but even before this administration took over some parts of the American farming industry been having some problems market place Justin hose on that one there's a four hundred cow farm in Wisconsin called the Nelson family dairy farm Serra Lloyd runs it with her husband and she says Terry farms across the country are facing a big issue we really do have too much milk on the market and that's pushed prices so low that hundreds of farms in Wisconsin are going out of business Lloyd says for her farm it's been a struggle the Nelson family farm has been in business for over a hundred years were really just digging deep into the asset base that third generations have built until around twenty fourteen dairy prices have been high in Derry farmers had been expanding their operations says Naomi bloom at the advisory firm Stewart Peterson it was kind of a domino effect where each very farm in their own way was trying to become bigger then global milk prices plummeted China drastically cut back on its milk imports the E. U. lifted production quotas Russia banned western dairy imports the farms had to keep producing milk even if they are getting less for it to make their loan payments the dairy industry has had help federal subsidies have been estimated to make up as much as seventy three percent of dairy farm income and Dan some their nag economist at UC Davis says farms should be designed to withstand price swings farm prices go up and down that's part of the business center says what's unusual this time is how long they've been down and it's not just dairy prices for a lot of ag commodities have been down for several years by now he says they should have recovered that hasn't really happened for a lot of commodities in part because they're so sensitive to the international trade turmoil China is the fifth largest export market for American agriculture including soybeans corn hawks before the trade dispute it had been a top export market for years with that market closed supplies building up in the U. S. California in Wisconsin the two biggest milk producers are receiving a hundred and thirty billion dollars in aid this year to cope with a trade war Sumner says there's another reason prices are staying low the industry is getting more productive it's getting better at farming that means that those people can produce the crops in the livestock products is slightly lower prices prices are starting to rise a bit dean foods the biggest no producer in the U. S. said this week that it's paying more for milk part of that is a result of all the rain we've had this year that made it hard to plant feed crops so prices are up then there's lower production Terry farms going out of business the back of the Nelson family dairy farm Serra Lloyds has reduced milk production could help farmers in the long run we just really need to talk with people about Hey what if you produce less and not paid more the national farmers union has called for a government incentive program to better control the Terry market that could mean capping production or charging a.

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"brian duncan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on KCRW

"I was talking to Brian Duncan or hog farmer nor the other day about agriculture in the trade war circular bad news is what he called it the repetitive cycle of tariffs and counter terrorist threats more threats and realize a whole lot on exports is the thing but even before this administration took over some parts of the American farming industry been having some problems market please Justin hose on that one there's a four hundred cow farm in Wisconsin called the Nelson family dairy farm Serra Lloyd runs it with her husband and she says Terry farms across the country are facing a big issue we really do have too much milk on the market and that's pushed prices so low that hundreds of farms in Wisconsin are going out of business Lloyd says for her farm it's been a struggle the Nelson family farm has been in business for over a hundred years were really just digging deep into the asset base that third generations have built until around twenty fourteen dairy prices have been high in Derry farmers had been expanding their operations says Naomi bloom at the advisory firm Stewart Peterson it was kind of a domino effect where each dairy farm in their own way was trying to become bigger than the global milk prices plummeted China drastically cut back on its milk imports the E. U. lifted production quotas Russia banned western dairy imports the farms had to keep producing milk even if they are getting less for it to make their loan payments the dairy industry has had help federal subsidies have been estimated to make up as much as seventy three percent of dairy farm income and Dan some their nag economist at UC Davis says farms should be designed to withstand price swings farm prices go up and down that's part of the business center says what's unusual this time is how long they've been down and it's not just dairy prices for a lot of ag commodities have been down for several years by now he says they should have recovered that hasn't really happened for a lot of commodities in part because they're so sensitive to the international trade turmoil China is the fifth largest export market for American agriculture including soybeans corn hawks before the trade dispute it had been a top export market for years with that market closed supply is building up in the US California in Wisconsin the two biggest milk producers are receiving a hundred and thirty billion dollars in aid this year to cope with the trade war Sumner says there's another reason prices are staying low the industry is getting more productive it's getting better at farming that means that those people can produce the crops in the livestock products is slightly lower prices the prices are starting to rise a bit dean foods the biggest mill producer in the US said this week that it's paying more for milk that is a result of all the rain we've had this year that made it hard to plant feed crops so prices are up then there's lower production dairy farms going out of business the back of the Nelson family dairy farm Serra Lloyds has reduced milk production could help farmers in the long run we just really need to talk with people about Hey what if you produce less and not paid more the national farmers union has called for a government incentive program to better control the dairy market that could mean capping production or charging a fee if.

Brian Duncan milk thirty billion dollars seventy three percent hundred years mill
"brian duncan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on WTVN

"Christian playing guitar. Rolling Stones action. There was a great backup singer there, too. James, not in tonight, co owner director of sales with growing James wheat moved on to our third selection, I believe and tell us about this, because this one even kind of surprised me, I was expecting something and got something else entirely. I say, I'm loving the music. Voice man. Listen to that all night. Two. But what we're drinking right out. It's called to Houston swell line. And you know when you. I went to the doctor for that. What do you think a beer? You're probably not thinking about what's in this glass. Right. Think it's pink. You can't see that on the radio. Pouring it. And I went mad that looks pink in and the can was bright. And I went, I'm not gonna dig this and then I took the sip and said, well, this is a sour, and I was waiting for like this super sweet finish. But it didn't finish like that. Now goes us a slightly tart slightly, salted stays chart. I mean it just in a good way. I mean, you know, it's like you said you kind of expected to dissipate, and then we added guava and strawberry to, and, you know, the yeast does a good job of like what is getting up all the fruit, hopefully from TD? These guys tell me online. Go ahead. The yeast does a good job on this one of like eating up all the sugars and not leaving a lottery. Residual sweetness. Let's talk a little bit about the brewers that work with knocked tear brewing company. You know, how do these guys come together were they old buds, or were they thrown together? Or what? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Note the brewers are awesome. They're the whole reason why I got into this one. They're just cool guys. They're fun to hang out with. But two, I tasted their beer, and I was like, wow. This is amazing. Like I used to do a beer podcast. And I thought that this was as good as anything I'd ever had turned onto them. How did how did you find out I just sorta stock them? I was I was looking for some opportunities and, and they didn't respond with a restraining order, so. That was good. I just was looking for opportunities and met with them. And just was like, wow. This is really great. And I was like, man, nothing about brewing beer. But I could sell this beer like I could sell like crazy. And I just felt like it was the kind of beer that, you know, people needed to try it deserves to be on, like store shelves and stuff like that. And who are the brewers? So the brewers are Bruce Vivian, and Brian Duncan, and they kind of work as a team and basically the way they met was that they were home brewers and they were competing in Homebrew contests. And so one would come one would win like one time the other would win the next time and they couldn't go back and forth, winning these contests. And then they just started talking. They're like, oh, we should Bru together, sometime and basically, you know, Brian had been thinking about doing a brewery, and just, you know, said like this is my guy I need him onboard. But. The way they're different though, is that Brian has a biology degree. Bruce was former mechanic. And so he's very good with all the mechanical stuff and like the hot side of the brewing process. And then he basically turns it over to the fermentation side where the science takes over and Brian's really into like the yeast and propagating, our own yeast, and quality control, and that sort of stuff. So they sort of like work as a team. But I mean, they're definitely artists for sure. Like you could just see it when you hear them going. Describe them as two characters from the big bang theory, who would man. You asked me a question that I just absolutely couldn't answer. But you know, I don't know. Maybe. Oh. But that's great. Did you say like I in, in, in brewing, often when you think of people that are, you know, and I don't mean this in a derogatory term people that are maybe more scientific? Is their ego involved in as far as the brewers go? It's like like these two guys come together and decide that let's do this together. But is that your chocolates, in my peanut butter and my peanut butters in your? I mean you know what I'm saying? Like the old Reese is pieces commercial or reece's butter cups, you know, or is it more just more of like this even keeled scientific approach. I mean it's a it's definitely collaborative but are opening lineup. A lot of the recipes are basically, like some of their award winning Homebrew recipes. So they're definitely recipes that are more associated with Bruce and others that are more associated with Brian. But then the further we've gotten into the process, it's like our newer beers. It's like they're working together. They're saying, well, what kind of hops would go, what kind of yeast would go. And they're, they're definitely coming melding together both, you know cross over into both loggers, and as I mean or. Or does one kind of split more one way in one the other. Yeah. I mean back when they were home brewers Brian was definitely more like like loggers, and as more sessional stuff, Bruce, like more like the high ABC stuff in the little bit, you know, I don't know crazier ingredients and stuff like that. But, you know they so they both bring their own brewing personality to it. But the thing that I like about it is that, like, if you look at our lineup it's not like a lot of, like crazy beers that, like we're just throwing in crazy ingredients for the sake of it. It's like we pick style like a Munich Dunkel, and then we just we try and make a good representation of that style. You know, we give it our own twist. But it's something that we're proud of and you know, but we're not like afraid to try stuff new like adding a new type of coffee to our Baltic porter or you know, changing the hops up on the New England as I mean, we like playing around, but we don't. Feel like that. Everybody wants every beer to be crazy. Sometimes you just wanna drink a beer shirt. All right. We got jump into a break. It's going away too quick as it always does. We got one more segment to go, and we'll top it off next the six pack NewsRadio six ten WTVN. There's a certain pride in jubilation..

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"brian duncan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"brian duncan" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"So there's not a sense of urgency out here that if Chi if we were having this discussion in three months, my tone would be a lot different fair enough. Let me take a very quick turn to trade and the tariffs as you know, a better than most probably who were listening the Chinese government. Put tariffs on American hogs. And and the farm belt has been hit by those tariffs. There are negotiations. Now. Happening in Beijing. You taken any hope you taking any solace from that. We are keeping a very close eye, especially what's going on in China this week and hopeful the to see some resolution some some steps taken on both sides to resolve these ongoing one hates to pry here, Mr. Duncan, but but between the shutdown and the trade stuff in the tariffs in the US MCA in China, and Mexico and all of that how long until this really starts to bite you in the shorts. Oh, it already has agriculture's taken a huge hit. And you just don't don't take my word for Iowa State economists talking about the pork industry in general losses in excess of two billion dollars on an industry between China and Mexico. I mean, we are on the front lines of this war and paying some pretty high economic costs. The farm belts already is already gotten to experience the the real -ness of these trade wars, Brian. Duncan. He's a hog and a soybean, and and you do corn. I guess to right. I do up on in northwest. Illinois is also the vice president of the farm bureau was dunk. Thanks for your time. So we'll talk to you soon. Thanks a lot guy as miss Duncan. And I were talking about there are trade talks this week in China, lots on the table, of course. But don't just pay attention. What they are talking about look at who's doing the talking as well that can tell you how close deal might or might not be who's who around the table. We've got the analysis at marketplace dot org. Also,.

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"brian duncan" Discussed on Q95

Q95

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on Q95

"I'll just ask. Now more Bob, and Tom you want. This is Bob and Baxter. This is the Bob and Tom show now in the world of comedy. We also have two representatives of that world in the studio with us. They are comedian Brian Duncan and comedian Lonnie love dumplings one married. One single. And the married. One happens to be Bryan Duncan asked me and travels, the travels the country, you're done any overseas stuff you. No. I haven't performed overseas. Have you done? Have you done? Yes. Yes. Many of them. Have you gone to Afghanistan? Iraq afghanistan. Oh, wow. Yeah. They thought I was the Franklin over there. Yeah. You get that a lot. I don't know why. Because she's lost weight. She looks better than me. Now. No, she doesn't. Yes. She does. She was good. She looks. Looks like she's aging at least. Yeah. I saw Retha not too long ago. Yeah. She she looked. All right. La LA LA some late. But she still has that that age factor, and she's apparently got bunions. Walk very well. She doesn't walk books. She has. Acquitted? Soul was not walking very she wasn't moving..

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"brian duncan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In los angeles i'm carl rozelle thursday april twelfth good as always to have you here everybody that was president trump in his fourth day in office pulling the united states out of the transpacific partnership the then twelve now eleven member asia pacific trade deal negotiated by the obama administration this which about the here is american hog farmer brian duncan talking to us last week on the four hundred and thirty ninth day of the trump administration and when we see this attitude towards china and also top talk on nafta we saw withdrawal from tpp which was going to be very beneficial agreement proposed producers i think that's all combined to a negative psychology that that there's already casualties in this trade escalating trade fight much like healthcare it seems global trade is proving to be a bit harder of a nut to crack than president trump had thought it might be in a meeting with farm state legislators and governors today mr trump said he has told his top economic and trade advice that he wanted them to see about getting the united states back into the transpacific partnership it's not really a surprise the president hinted at it in his speech at the world economic forum in davos in january treasury secretary steven mnuchin flat out said it in an interview on this program a month or two ago negotiations on this start tvd i guess trade aside the fundamentals of this economy are strong right now and we are going to get some corporate fundamentals over the next couple of weeks earnings to be specific big wall street banks j p morgan chase insig rupe among them are expected to report strong prophets tomorrow which could give a hint about the rest of things marketplaces ryan kyle has that one my fellow new yorker hope bowman says her 401k has been making her a little nervous lately yeah i called the investment specialists at charles schwab yesterday because i was just i got myself into a panic about my allocations she's been nervous for the same reasons a lot of investors are nervous these days geopolitical worries are probably the number one thing right now you have problems with north korea trump talking about a trade war with china things going on with syria jim senegal of morning start says that stuff's not helping stocks enter.

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Trump says U.S. will only rejoin Pacific trade pact if terms are improved

All Things Considered

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Trump says U.S. will only rejoin Pacific trade pact if terms are improved

"In los angeles i'm carl rozelle thursday april twelfth good as always to have you here everybody that was president trump in his fourth day in office pulling the united states out of the transpacific partnership the then twelve now eleven member asia pacific trade deal negotiated by the obama administration this which about the here is american hog farmer brian duncan talking to us last week on the four hundred and thirty ninth day of the trump administration and when we see this attitude towards china and also top talk on nafta we saw withdrawal from tpp which was going to be very beneficial agreement proposed producers i think that's all combined to a negative psychology that that there's already casualties in this trade escalating trade fight much like healthcare it seems global trade is proving to be a bit harder of a nut to crack than president trump had thought it might be in a meeting with farm state legislators and governors today mr trump said he has told his top economic and trade advice that he wanted them to see about getting the united states back into the transpacific partnership it's not really a surprise the president hinted at it in his speech at the world economic forum in davos in january treasury secretary steven mnuchin flat out said it in an interview on this program a month or two ago negotiations on this start tvd i guess trade aside the fundamentals of this economy are strong right now and we are going to get some corporate fundamentals over the next couple of weeks earnings to be specific big wall street banks j p morgan chase insig rupe among them are expected to report strong prophets tomorrow which could give a hint about the rest of things marketplaces ryan kyle has that one my fellow new yorker hope bowman says her 401k has been making her a little nervous lately yeah i called the investment specialists at charles schwab yesterday because i was just i got myself into a panic about my allocations she's been nervous for the same reasons a lot of investors are nervous these days geopolitical worries are probably the number one thing right now you have problems with north korea trump talking about a trade war with china things going on with syria jim senegal of morning start says that stuff's not helping stocks enter.

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"brian duncan" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"News on news radio six ten tragedy trump's our on kindle fee fox news the new york city fire department fully controlling a four alarm fire that left one civilian dead at trump tower men the flames burned up the fiftieth floor where we also had some injuries firefighters were injured the nonlifethreatening two of them were burned two of them were other types of injuries city fire commissioner daniel niagara says two hundred firefighters ron seeing the cause of this apartment fire still unknown candidate in a state of mourning over the deaths of more than a dozen people involved in a crash authority say fifteen or now dead after a bus carrying a junior hockey team yesterday collided with a truck team is positive this scotch when junior ice hockey league in that is for players aged between sixteen and twenty minutes sky news reporter lorna shattuck the team was on their way to a playoff game when the crash happened over to europe where the continents is again dealing with a case of a vehicle baron through a crowd a man in germany took a van and drove it into people outside a pub in munster were two people died and twenty words that the driver of this vehicle did kill himself and police are saying there's no further threat so that in itself might give some indications as to the state of mind if the driver as to whether or not this may have been intentional but certainly the authorities there in germany on not saying anything at sky news reporter kitty logan the trump administration continues to insist that the united states in china are not on the verge of a trade war despite what we're seeing li li treasury secretary steve mnuchin cautiously optimistic that the two sides can reach an agreement soon before any tariff increases take effect can farmers like brian duncan or worried about becoming casualties of certainly be be a devastating situation if if those tariffs were to go in place officials say they are also preparing to take steps to protect american farmers from any new tariffs that china imposes fox's garrett tenny fox news.

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"brian duncan" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Right oh absolutely the saying we like the market everything but the squeal that's pretty good i never heard that how long do you figure it's going to be before this actually hits you in the bottom line already has no i think the psychology has negatively impacted hog market ever since the tariffs on stealing aluminum we've seen the futures markets on the chicago mercantile exchange as well as the cash market dropped by nearly twenty dollars a head and others are there are some other seasonal fundamentals there but it's not all seasonal this this negative attitude towards trade especially in my business support production where we are heavily exportdependent to the point of nearly thirty percent of our production is exported and and when we see this attitude towards china and also tough talk on nafta we saw withdrawal from tpp which was going to be very beneficial agreement for pork producers i think that's all combined to negative psychology that that there's already casualties in this trade escalating trade fight talked me for second would you about about the hog infrastructure right because you guys need processing plants and you need you know trucking and all of that stuff to get the product to market are is this an invite friendly to that kind of investment for you or absolutely not at this point markets hate uncertainty investors hate uncertainty and you know when agriculture we battle a lot of uncertainties yeah be at the weather or disease one other factors we can deal with out here in rural america now we add the uncertainty of of trade of our markets and that's not conducive for investment and the park industry over the course of the last three or four years has made significant investments and improvements there's been new harvest facilities there's been new production facilities come on line because pork is the meat of choice around the world and we are the low cost producers we thought we had a trade agreements in place we thought we knew what the rules of the game were and positioning to take advantage of that now we may find ourselves on the outside looking in and there are plenty of other countries who will be willing to fill those markets brian duncan is a hog farmer and polo illinois also grows soybeans as a matter of fact he has.

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"brian duncan" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"What about you what's your first concert oh my my first concert was need to breed i love new debris they're great them and bryan duncan brian duncan is an old old christian artist i grew up obviously with a family who really loved going to these christian festivals and there's one in that used to be in indiana called pulse fat so these are the kind of like my way of going to a concert a little different i'd say the most kids but i still remember it they're amazing experiences and i got share them with my family which is always a good memory actually i gotta tell you are you still schneider twain him yeah i love schneider plane i have something super cool happening right now is united twin should i twain is any new just my coincidence just like winston nothing finalized we're in talk but tonight twain runs a really great organization called tonight's kids and tonight kids is interested in partnering with humanity hope united engine earth coffee to build a school in central america until so we're in talk right now to figure out how to make that happen to educate kids who typically would not get hitched to super cool tonight part ship i concert yeah i just thought that was going to say okay second question the you and i say on though the answer that you believe in love at first sight me no for a hopeless romantic i wasn't really sold on him i like believed in lust at first sight and all that but i do have to say.

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"brian duncan" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Back to back illustration itself it's just das give that can that be data's next dazzle do it what is that the aflac massive and he tried to lie ben affleck tried to lie and say it was fake and for a movie but that was like a year and a half ago yeah yeah that's that's bad i mean that's pretty provable that it's not faking for movie so that's odd thing to say publicly what happens happens when you get into that hole in case you missed it this week jack white released a we're new rap song that sounds a lot like a brian dunkin ninety ccm rap song says drawing the most attention from his polarizing new album is called ice station zebra which opens and extended wrap something of nineties christian music and may sound somewhat familiar though it sounds a lot like the don't you wanna rap song somewhat offensive hip hop parody by brian duncan that has aged very very poorly here's a clip of both of them which one is this is jack white version no it's not brian dunkin box you don't have to listen make this is bad man that's what happens when you're surrounded by yes men you're a genius like you wanna do you it's your genius you need somebody in that it'd be like not a nominee that's not the cut me out parroted it's clean i was listening to jack this weekend and i'm like brian this is holy crap it sounds just like brian dunkin's toes that was the same song.

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"brian duncan" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"brian duncan" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Promotion odd this also talk that they would open up options on the west coast at disneyland in anaheim they're actually expected to make some kind of announcement regarding judges next week at the up fronts because that's pretty soon here we're going to get the roll up for the fall um it's also seem like ryan seacrest is is a given through return as the host but even if he wants to do it and can fit that into the ridiculous schedule that he has i the guy was making more than fifteen million dollars a season and if they're looking to reduce costs brian duncan i'm sure is doing now all na na na a fifteen bucks on our felt bad for like i i know that that is well you know uh a you know seacrest may actually even though it's going to be hard work for him and he's going to have to have some one managing his whole schedule he might even feel like i want the show back and i'll do it or ten million that's plenty or eight million like why wouldn't do that you know because it seems so disruptive a scheduled that they laid out for how he would have to be traveling back and forth you know all days a junkie clearly is i agree with you like there is a guy who simply can't be stopped anyway i dunno if he'd take a pay cut her would have to but i would think because of the high profile and because this is his baby i could see him doing it for whatever some back in deal or some other promotion producers dealer would i where he owns a chunk of it right yeah i mean in the end that probably not a more money anyway but before we get to have said events can anyone name anybody who won that show in the last three seasons of it like nah likes watching years is it really necessary at all to bring this back on some looking up burnt uncle men's website yeah and hilton at the improv in vegas may 31st june fifth and then there as some improv place and host july six to the time so he's totally available he has a lawyer larry as if they brought.

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