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"gary crawford" Discussed on Agriculture Today
"You and on we go to today's agricultural news headlines. Courtesy and part of usda secretary. Tom vilsek is in florence. Italy on recruiting mission of sorts to create a coalition for productivity growth that meaning group of agricultural export countries to stress the role of science at the united nations food systems. Summit this week in new york. Us agricultural leaders in government and the private sector have been preparing for this summit which will take place on thursday looking to pivot other countries away from overarching positions on sustainability goals. And how food is grown. That could hurt. Us export competitiveness globally at a meeting of g twenty agricultural ministers last week. They'll sack told that he's personally and aggressively promoting the notion of sustainable productivity for the food system summit by looking for what he called like minded nations that focus on the role of science in agricultural production. Now he's moving to create this coalition going into this food summit to counter the european union in effect the eu also building a coalition around its farm-to-fork initiative. The secretary cited the value of biotechnology gene. Editing artificial intelligence and precision agriculture as tools and technology to help improve climate smart agricultural practices the use farm-to-fork which was rolled out last year includes goals to cut pesticide use fifty percent and reduce fertilizer use by thirty percent by the year. Twenty thirty and expand organic agriculture. On at least twenty five percent of its land. One goal of eu trade policy is to get commitments from other countries to follow the farm-to-fork strategy as well the usda's animal and plant health inspection services now issuing a federal order. Suspending the interstate movement of all live swine swine germplasm swine products and swine byproducts from porta. Rico and the virgin islands to the mainland. Us this until apis can establish sufficient mitigations to authorize sets movement the federal order which is effective today the final action in this series of safeguards needed to establish an african swine fever protection zone in puerto rico and the virgin islands. A is taking this action. Out of an abundance of caution to further safeguard the us swineherd and protect the interests and livelihoods of producers asf has not been detected in puerto rico nor the virgin islands and the usda is coordinating with both territories to increase education and outreach and bow security of course back in joe July apis confirmed. Asf in samples collected in pigs in the dominican republic after that confirmation apis quickly increased. Its existing surveillance and mitigations within puerto rico. And the virgin islands. Now one expert says if african swine fever were to get into a us swine facility. Animal health experts trying to stop the spread of it might be playing catch up from the very start. Here's more on that from the usda's. Gary crawford stealth aircraft can move fast and far without being detected and unfortunately that also can be true for the african swine. Fever virus dr oriented beamer with. Usda's animal health inspection service told..
"gary crawford" Discussed on WILL 580 Ag Reports: The Closing Market Report
"To washington dc where. Usda yesterday released weekly crop. Progress report will hear about those in just a moment and the secretary of agriculture. Tom ville sack talked directly about the damage that was done by ida to the gulf ports. In new orleans. Gary crawford has more from the agency. What effect will the damage to gulf. Coast port facilities. Have on overall. Us egg export shipments agriculture secretary. Tom vilsek told reporters tuesday while there's going to be some disruption It's not going to be so critical as to significantly. Curtail our capacity export. Now this friday. Usda's outlive board puts out. Its new export and price forecast for the major crops. Board chairman marceca. Eski says he doesn't think the hurricane situation will affect those projections because they are for the entire marketing year. Coming up so even if there's a you know a slowdown in exports for few weeks or even potentially a few months over the course of a of an entire marketing year it would have to be a lot more severe and have to go on a lot longer before we would make any real judgments at this point. So don't expect you as new supply. Demand forecast to reflect port problems from ida. That forecast coming out friday noon eastern time gary crawford before they for the us department of agriculture as gary noted friday usda will update the world agricultural supply and demand estimates and the crop production report. That will be at eleven o'clock in the central time zone. You can find those numbers at that time on our website it will egg dot org now. Let's turn our attention another. Usda report released yesterday the weekly crop progress report out of daylight because of the labor day holiday monday. It showed that ninety. Five percent of the corn crop across the nation is at least in the dough stage. Seventy four percent has dented and twenty one percent of the crop has matured nineteen percent as the rolling five year average. That can edition of the crop down. One percentage point between the good and excellent categories from the previous week ninety. Six percent of the soybeans are setting pause and eighteen. Percent of the beans are dropping. Leaves Fifteen percent as the rolling five year average there and just like corn the condition to that crop dropped by one percentage point in the last week. Now here updates from the statisticians and illinois minnesota and iowa this is rebecca alter statistician for the usda house iowa field office field activities included harvesting hay oats and corn silage corn in or beyond the dough stage.
"gary crawford" Discussed on 790 KABC
"So Biden is going to have to figure out how we could get people vaccinated. And that's the bottom line and by the way, just a reminder to President Joe Biden as he gets ready to do his speech tomorrow night. It's not only white Donald Trump supporters from the rural areas that run vaccinated. You might want to check your stats. There's a lot of black folks. There's a lot of Hispanics as well. 66 90 red eye is the phone number 866 90 red. I want to say hello to Clarence calling from Michigan on Red Eye Radio, Clarence. Thank you for calling. Go ahead. Hi. I'm calling just really just to take issue with some of your callers that I've kind of throwing cold water on Donald Trump's run, and it seems like to me that we need him more than ever before. You know that bowling attend a shop. I mean, things have gotten worse, Have they not? Yes, Things have absolutely gotten better. And we don't need Donald Trump anymore. You know, and far as some of the other guys like I love the census, and he's an excellent speaker. Like like you said, Uh and he would be my next guy to go in there. But some of the others I don't know how there would do under extreme pressure that, like Trump was under And Trump handled it well and far as I'm concerned. Anything that Trump has implemented. It has been at all good and the things that you know, they talk about fires, the tweets and all that sort of thing. Those don't affect my life. It may affect the people that he's talking about, but the people that he's talking about deserve it. Well, I would agree with you clearance on that. Yeah, I and and I appreciate it, Clarence. And you are right. You know, one of the common things that people will attack Donald Trump for As well. He went after Gold Star families. Well, you know, the gold star families oftentimes when after him first. I mean, there was that family. I forget the last name of the family, but The family of the DNC. Do you remember that where they were a Gold star family, and they just started attacking Donald Trump from the stage? And so trump, Of course, in pure Trumpian fashion begins to react. And then all of a sudden the media is out there saying, Oh, Donald Trump use attacking Gold star families. I mean, that's the way that this element operates. And so one of the things that is Clarence was saying one of the things that I think that the president does need to do. Is he needs to be able to stop and think before He while he can't tweet anymore can and can't do Facebook anymore. Candy. You know one of the things I wonder. And some of you might yell at me for this. Knock yourselves out. But I almost wonder with the president, not former president not able to tweet not able to Facebook, and he's only going to have his, you know, little Website or whatever it is you want to call? I wonder if that's a good thing. Because one of the things that a lot of people had issue with as far as Donald Trump goes, is his tweets, and I will admit as a guy who was a big time supporter of Donald Trump. There were times when I would face poem because I'm thinking really did you have to do that? Because now we are distracted from the great things. Donald Trump the great things that you're doing. Because everybody wants to talk about your tweet. 866 90 red eye is the phone number 866907 33 39 for farmers and others hit by Ida's devastation. We have been trying mightily to get resources to folks Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack telling reporters late last week that the president had already made a disaster Declaration for Louisiana an emergency declaration for Mississippi that would open up emergency loan programs for producers. But The situation could also prompt more secretarial declarations, opening up more USDA programs from crop insurance and the NAP program on the crop side so much the conservation assistance in terms of debris removal to livestock program that basically pays for livestock that may have been killed during the course of the storms. Bill Sacks had the process of getting these programs up and available to producers could take a little extra time because of covid complications. Some of these areas I've been hit pretty hard by the Variant that impact where people work and how quickly things can be done. But he said, help for producers and others is coming as quickly as possible. Knowing that every day matters Gary Crawford reporting for the U. S Department of Agriculture, the USDA report is brought to you by Cenex Roadmaster XL Premium Highway Diesel fuel. Winds.
"gary crawford" Discussed on Agriculture Today
"Gary crawford for the us department of agriculture and you're listening to agriculture. Today on now to this week's kansas wheat scoop. Here's marsha boswell the. Us and world wheat markets are seeing the tightest ending stocks to use ratios in nearly a decade two driving factors behind higher average wheat prices. Kansas producers should keep a close eye on the factors behind these trends as they enter fall planting according to dan. O'brien k. State extension aggie collumnist. O'brien detailed the outlook for the market for twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty two. During the recent risk and profit conference the stocks to use ratio helps measure the interrelationship between the supply and demand of commodity the ratio measures a commodities available stocks as a share of the commodities use both domestic exports for a marketing year when supply his tight compared to demand the ratio is lower referred to as tighter indicating. Prices should rise in contrast supplies compared to demand increase the ratio indicating prices should be lower for wheat. The us market has the tightest ending socks to us since the twenty thirteen fourteen marketing year at thirty percent driven by decreased production this year her similarly the world wheat market ending socks to use his twenty one and a half percent the tightest since the. Oh seven oh eight. Marketing year both ratios correlate with higher average wheat farm prices but the question remains if prices will stay high throughout the twenty twenty one twenty twenty two growing season. O'brien guided farmers to watch the release of the world egg supply and demand or wasi report. This monthly report will likely bring brain market volatility as data is gathered about further twenty twenty one crop. Production declines for decreased yields independent acres from us corn soybean hard red spring in the northern states depending on the degree of the crop decline. The details in this report could be supportive to bullish. O'brien said there is support from strong new crop futures in prospects for hard red winter wheat planting this fall but there is strong competition for acreage from other crops..
"gary crawford" Discussed on Agriculture Today
"Nineteenth survey forms. Were mailed out to eighteen. Thousand produces and thirteen states states with the highest populations of feral swine mostly southern states. Plus oklahoma and california among other things producers are being asked to estimate damages. They've had from feral swine. The mckee with usda's animal and plant health inspection services that data from the survey is going to be vital for several reasons. Not the least of which is this if we have a full picture of all costs that are inflicted by shrine. Then it's easier for us to ask for money to congress to control these pigs so if you've got the survey haven't responded you may be getting a phone call from someone who can help you answer it. Also you can respond online. You've got about a week left. Usda cuts off data collection on the eighteenth gary crawford for the us department of agriculture and with the kansas soybean update. Now here's greg akagi madison. Vox joins us. She is a native of mcleod. And we'll be junior at kansas state..
"gary crawford" Discussed on Agriculture Today
"Broadcasting from the campus of kansas state university. This is agriculture today. And welcome back eric. Atkinson with you on now to today's agricultural news headlines news courtesy and part of the usda just released last friday a new report on kansas farm real estate value a measurement of value of all land and buildings on farms in this state and those values increase from last year according to the usda's national agricultural statistics service farm real estate value. Here in twenty twenty one. Averaging twenty one hundred dollars per acre. That was up two hundred dollars per acre or eleven percent higher than last year breaking it down cropland value increasing fourteen percent from last year to twenty three hundred seventy dollars breaker dry land land value as averaging twenty two hundred fifty dollars per acre. That's two hundred eighty dollars higher than last year irrigated cropland value averaging thirty seven hundred dollars per acre four hundred thirty dollars above a year ago and pasture land is at fifteen hundred dollars acre one hundred thirty dollars higher than last year also the. Usda reported cash rents paid two landlords. Here in two thousand twenty one for cropland those increased from last year irrigated crop ground renting for one thirty nine dollars per acre. That's ten dollars above last year. Dry land cropland rant at fifty eight dollars per acre two dollars higher than a year ago and pasture renting for cash. Averaging twenty dollars per acre. That's a half dollar above last year county level averages of twenty twenty one cash rents paid to landlords will be released on august the twenty seventh by the usda and just a note the kansas county level cropland lease rates compiled by k. States greg guy bundle are found at manager dot info for comparison purposes. If you're interested. Us agricultural products are doing very well in world markets and doing better than some had expected according to this report from the usda's gary crawford it's monthly ag trade update. Usda tracks export sales of about thirty egg products and in the new update covering the first nine months of this fiscal year. Not one thing in the nine month period year to date is down from the previous year that. Usda trade up data. Economists bart kennedy says ad up to sales numbers october. Through june. you get a total of one hundred and thirty four point six billion dollars. Twenty eight percent from twenty twenty. Usda been forecasting. We'll hit one hundred sixty four billion dollars by the time. The fiscal year ends september. Thirty embarked kenner says. Obviously we should be on track to meet that forecast to do that. Will need to average nine point. Eight billion dollars a month for the rest of the fiscal year. Gary crawford for the us department of agriculture. John deere and it's new two hundred fifty million dollar technology. Acquisition bear flag robotics said on friday that its autonomous. Driving technologies already deployed on machines in california will initially be offered as a retrofit product for existing tractors. That's according to dan. Leap freed the director of automation in autonomy with john. Deere nears history with bear. Flag goes back to two thousand nineteen when the california start up began to work with deer through its novel. Startup collaborator program. That program works with innovative technology providers whose work may add value for their customers. Autonomous operations will help producers solve the problem of labor shortages according to the co founder and ceo of bear flag. Robotics aubrey donnellan. The challenges of automation are large. Not just moving a machine from point to point automating job means that engineers must understand every motion to complete test according to donnellan also as importantly understanding the failures that can occur in those environments bear. Flex technology is leveraging. What's called dr radar and cameras sensors as well as the computer resources. Network that enable tractors to work autonomously lie our or light detection and ranging is a remote sensing method that measures distances objects on the earth's surface terrestrial life. Dr systems are installed on moving vehicles or tripods to collect data points and the most prominent piece of technology hardware would be across member metal structure. That would be fitted to the roof of deere tractor. What might a possible return of la nina conditions later. This year mean for drought-plagued parts of the us. Here's a glance at that from the usda's rod bain. Extensive drought is expected to continue for now it. Parts of the nation that according to usda urologists. Brad drippy the decor drought areas of the far west the northern rockies in northern high plains the short term outlook does not look particularly good with more hot dry weather expected for the rest of the summer and into the early autumn with some short term drought respite for places like the upper midwest and desert southwest however late autumn and winter and the possibility of ne-near conditions returning for the cold season could determine if drought continues in some locations for the southern half of the west from california to the four quarter states. A return of nina could mean a return of more significant drought conditions while for the northern half of the country. Typically not always we tend to see colder wetter conditions during the late autumn and winter during line across the northern united states broadband reporting for the us department of agriculture in washington dc and glancing at the k. State agricultural events calendar the university's. Kansas river valley experiment field will be hosting its fall field day. That's coming up very soon tomorrow evening. As a matter of fact. August the tenth. Five o'clock sharp at the rossville field. Which is one mile east of rossville along u s highway twenty four topics to be discussed. They're comparing soil. Health measurements on a long-term tillage study research updates involving strategies to manage weed control in soybeans managing soybeans to increase yields and quality likewise as. Well as a look at operation weed eradication there will be the catered barbecue meals sponsored and the sanni county extension office is taking reservations to get that meal count. Seven eight five two three two zero zero six to call them right away. Seven eight five. Two three two zero zero six two k. States two thousand twenty one fall field dave at its kansas river valley experiment field. Just outside of rothfield tomorrow afternoon evening at five o'clock sharp and a quick reminder that kansas state university and the kansas livestock association have planned three field days to help you calcat producers enhance your ranch management strategies. Those field days are set for next week. August the seventeenth near santa august the nineteenth and sterling and the following week august twenty four at s ridge excellent educational sessions for calcat producers economics management practices cattle health industry. Updates will all be covered. They're all the information on the specific field day sites and how to get there can be found at k. Sub beef dot org and you can click on the event date under the upcoming events there at k s you beef dot org will be telling you more about those as those field days get closer. You're listening to agriculture.
"gary crawford" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The party for the turnout where is the real excitement right now right now one I'm not taken into consideration is my ignorance of that district and any local issues or any TV commercials for sure or any controversies that when I actual they said some right wing those that can't that might have that might have affected the all you know Alexion so that also has to always be taken into consideration what gaps either you know candidate might have made or something that they said they were not resolution or anything all right eight six six ninety right I the biggest monthly increase in grocery store food prices since February nineteen seventy four prices increased two point seven percent from March to April agriculture department economist Yanis short says with more Americans going to the grocery store for most all their food needs the increased demand has caused disruptions in the normal farm to consumer food chain of the new consumer price index showing it specially for meat overall meat prices up three point nine percent during April and it breaks down this way being from March to April is up four point two percent pork is two point seven percent poultry is up four point seven percent and vision the food four point nine percent part of these April increases coming from stores raising product prices but also because many stores have stopped giving special which amounts to a price hike Jenna short had been forecasting only about a one percent hike in food prices this year but I will have to work very hard at the food at home based on the number that next to forecast coming on the twenty second Gary Crawford for the U. S. department of agriculture the USDA report is brought to you by Cenex Roadmaster XL premium highway diesel fuel watch with red eye radio toll free at eight six six zero.
"gary crawford" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Throwing everything in this and Clyburn said it yeah we need to take advantage and we can see our vision because of this crisis eight six six ninety right I last year late winter early spring we saw devastating floods across a lot of U. S. farmland setting continued actor for many Americans this spring meri Erickson with the National Weather Service telling reporters and special teleconference Thursday that forecasters don't expect the flows to be quite as widespread as last year but USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey who was part of the conference told reporters and later told us that the flood risk is pretty high over a large agricultural area where soils are already saturated and on top of that expectations are for a continuing active storm track across the corn belt and so even though we don't expect flooding perhaps be quite as widespread as what we saw last year there are certainly indications that we will once again see potentially expensive planting delays in the corn belt again in twenty twenty not what producers were hoping to hear on the first day of spring Gary Crawford for the US department of agriculture Washington the USDA report is brought to you by Cenex Roadmaster XL premium highway diesel fuel for your calls eight six six nine zero on red eye radio select trucks as the best selection of used Freightliner Cascadia trucks with the industry's best factory backed warranty why settle when you can select this visit select trucks dot com today did you know that the first form of social media.
"gary crawford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Because you set yourself up for it before North Korea a possible preemptive strike if you get Intel that he's really about to lob one into South Korea or anywhere else when and that preemptive strike you can say listen we have the Intel and we did everything we could diplomatically and what the political opposition with gonna criticize me find a Goshen the gonna criticize me if I go to war exactly I'll do both well there's a right and they're also trying to gain the support of of the public to see what I mean you don't but you're doing both the exact you're saying okay I'm willing to negotiate but I don't follow it boom and so you're actually doing both yeah and it's like where they go there hasn't really been think about it they need Democrats really go crazy on the United States after the peace deal was done going in an attacking and bombed out know your hearing anything nothing eight six six nine zero nine last month's USDA supply demand forecasts showed very little discernible influence from the phase one trade deal with China and USDA's acting outlook German market canal ski says this coming Tuesday's forecast may not show that much either at least based on any Chinese purchases and relatively slow although they did make some pretty sizable purchases of sorghum that shows that they're they're still in the market for US agricultural products we haven't seen any substantial purchases of soybeans I haven't seen any big purchases by China meat livestock products either and USDA is closely watching China trade and continuing to monitor China's own supplying demand conditions he says it's hard to know for sure whether the slow pace of Chinese purchases is maybe from short term effects of the corona virus or some other longer term changing their needs but regardless USDA will issue which new supply demand forecasts including a new look at commodity export prospects this Tuesday at noon eastern time Gary Crawford for the US department of agriculture Washington the USDA report is brought to you by Cenex Roadmaster XL premium highway diesel fuel.
"gary crawford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Impeachment even though the trial is supposed to start next week according to McConnell the American people moved off because it was built on nothing well we had said when they were when it came out this president's gonna be in page she will be impeached and the series of such a serious moment and you and I said this on the air we said no it's not because it's not whether presidents impeached it is the it is the public understanding what the articles of impeachment our what is the evidence what do you what is the allegation what is the evidence to back it up right everybody's we stated everybody knows even the Democrats know that its focus that's why they didn't scream when Nancy Pelosi you know said I'm not going to give the articles to the Senate because it would've been screaming if they thought they had from slam dunk they would've been going crazy get that out there exactly what this guy out of office nobody said it they all know what's bogus and the fair trial thing with the Republicans means nothing because if they knew they had from slam dunk they would want the Republicans to have a total sham trial because they could they could use that against the Republican senators and hopefully win the Senate in twenty twenty every argument falls as soon as you analyze it as soon as you just go on let's analyze what's going on here they've got no argument nothing impeachment meant nothing because the allegations the evidence to back it up we're nothing that's what Akron is based on zero eight six six ninety right I the US and China are set to sign phase one of a trade agreement next week and at the White House Thursday president trump told reporters that some act markets are already reacting partly in anticipation of that agreement Tennessee farm prices are going way up I see corn is just had some big increases over the last little while cattle it's been doing really well and prices are going up for substantially and Chinese kicking in China is already started to buy under that agreement China is reportedly committing to buy eighty billion dollars worth of U. S. I. products over the next two years so yes numerous times more than they were buying in the past it's gonna have a huge impact but the big question I have is whether or not the farmers will be able to supply that much trouble calls the China deal the biggest contract ever signed in Washington Gary Crawford for the US department of agriculture the USDA report is brought to you by a set of X. Roadmaster Accel premium highway diesel fuel.
"gary crawford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Or the official title the market facilitation program attitude roughly about ten billion dollars to twenty nineteen income and then we also had the wildfire hurricane an indemnity program whip plus much higher crop insurance pay Mr Hansen says take all that away and for twenty nineteen you actually saw a decline in farm income by about six percent USDA will not make a twenty twenty income projection and till late February Gary Crawford for the US department of agriculture Washington the USDA report is brought to you by a set of X. Roadmaster excel premium highway diesel fuel one is open for your goals eight six six nine zero on road on a radio Iowa dot gov for the best selection of everything for your truck exterior interior lights safety seats eight dot com Walcott Iowa the freezing air burns your face as you climb in your recalled cat he turned the key but nothing happens your diesel fuel gelled and now you're stuck in those frigid temperatures week you have a bottle of house these a lifeline and before you know it you're back in the room how do I know seven years of development testing that's how Erika house here to offer you the first alcohol free emergency rescue product we liquefied job fuel India's filters faster than ever before and even the coldest temperatures with house diesel lifeline if you depend on a truck to make a living that American trucker magazine is for you each month the magazine is packed with information you need to keep your truck running and making you money from new products to the latest.
"gary crawford" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Many of us think of tornado outbreak just being mainly spring and summer dangers but residents of the Deep South can tell you otherwise that houses that used to be my partner for a resident of Alexandria Louisiana talking about the tornadoes that tore a path through Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana Monday into Tuesday killing at least three people agriculture department meteorologist Brad repeat told us we saw more than two dozen reports of tornadoes according to preliminary accounts that number will likely change a bit as we move forward and as surveys take place some of the longer tracks may be consolidated into a single twenty area and the surveys might turn up other damage as well as to what kind of year it's been back in twenty eighteen tornadoes were blamed for ten deaths in the US this year the latest outbreak takes the death toll to thirty nine in Washington Gary Crawford for the US department of agriculture the USDA report is brought to you by synnex Roadmaster excel premium highway diesel fuel but with more red eye radio with a record hi what dot com for the best selection of everything for your truck exterior interior lights safety seats electronics and more hi eight dot com Walcott Iowa if you depend on a truck to make a living that American trucker magazine is for you each month the magazine is packed with information you need to keep your truck running and making you money from new products to the latest.
"gary crawford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Officials in the house independent Democrat or moderate Democrats are old are more wondering whether they should vote for impeachment or not so here's what should happen all the Republican if dollar public is in the house should vote for impeachment that way you can push off to the state which is controlled by the Republican now set the whole which was controlled by the Democrats in the house and no actual important witnesses were called on things that happen in the bird data gaps were that cash for gas scandal and everything else now Joe Biden is corrupt right to the Senate have them have them do their inquiry in the Senate then you can call up share they need to call Joe Biden then you can call up all this stuff and actually show the Democrats who they actually are yeah and I appreciate the call and I I I agree one of the things that I've been saying is that I would love for the Democrats in their flimsy evidence to send all of that to the Senate because you think Jim Jordan and at least a phonic read through the Democrats and ripped through their lack of evidence wait till the Republicans in the Senate get a hold of it they will absolutely tear the house Democrats apart and that my friends is what needs to happen one eight six six ninety read I one eight six six ninety redeye damages on a red eye radio back in twenty fourteen US agriculture had boasting rights to an ag trade surplus with the rest of the world of forty three billion dollars by twenty eighteen was down to just under sixteen and then during this last twenty nineteen fiscal year that would fall to only four point six billion USD a chief economist rob Johannson so from twenty fourteen to this past fiscal year U. S. ag exports have fallen eleven percent imports have climbed almost twenty percent so what's in store for this new twenty twenty fiscal year USDA's new trade forecast has U. S. ag imports is still climbing we forecaster agricultural imports in FY twenty twenty at a hundred and thirty two billion dollars that's one billion more than we saw in twenty nineteen but USDA has exports of hundred thirty nine billion dollars three and a half billion more than twenty nineteen do all the math and sciences says you do get a bigger ag trade surplus going from four and a half billion dollars in fiscal twenty nineteen to seven billion dollars for twenty twenty in Washington Gary Crawford for the US department of agriculture for.
"gary crawford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Right all revise their testimony will be like a godfather yeah right yes yeah I mean I don't know him yeah I don't I don't know seven no I'm sure it was fine no everything's fine good it is it really is because they know the only thing they can do is get the emotional response of the American people the leftist media has admitted that yes the last two days three days that's what they've admitted it's not us saying it's it's them saying it amazing it really is in the main amazing moment in American political history a sad sad moment but it's a reality I'm not surprised we got here because remember the late at chilled said ten years ago anything you have to do to win them other following that advice anything and everything just get power yep eight six six ninety redeye well the markets have digested last week's round of crop reports which took Cornelia production down a little bit weak down quite a bit on harvested acreage reductions and made very little change to the soybean outlook the question is though with harvesting especially corn being so far behind what is the confidence level in the results of last week's reports we got opinions from two USDA officials first acting USDA outlook board chairman mark checking now ski it is certainly a fact that the harvest is delayed almost historically delayed you know in the weather starts to turn bad so it's reasonable to expect that where we are at this point in time in the calendar that there's probably more uncertainty than usual and USDA deputy chief economist for impressed and put a finer point on that the expectation is if anything that these crops could become smaller as opposed to getting larger problem is USDA doesn't usually update its estimates of corn and soybean crops until January so the uncertainty will continue Gary Crawford for the US department of agriculture Washington the U. S. T. A. report is brought to you by centex Roadmaster excel premium highway diesel fuel.
"gary crawford" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Tower meeting everybody sort of laughed at him and they just moved sign so when he comes out and says a mafia like shake down instead of there are things that are concerning here again he's jumped the shark because there's no way you can look at the context of what that evidence was presented and call that a mafia like shake down right you can't know. then someone shift does that you go okay here we goes again he's got nothing so was you have to do he has to claim something that is just completely and totally unprovable. as he did before right with Russian collusion yes. it's an and that's the insanity they believe it work. it didn't work in bringing him down but did it work and covering up. a lot of what they did I guess that remains to be seen while the I. G.'s report and Attorney General Barr not and how far they go let me ask this question they would have never brought this up would we ever be investigating them the FBI. if this hadn't been brought up no we wouldn't so we might not have that everything the Democrats may have been their own worst enemy one in may be again here because of this plays out the same way there's nothing stopping Attorney General Barr November going eight six six ninety right I president trump and Japanese prime minister are they have signed a trade agreement. and that went for US agriculture deputy agriculture secretary Steve said ski was in New York at the signing of the deal and on a large scale here's what it does right now the U. S. cells depend about fourteen billion dollars worth of ag products and we have about six billion of that that's a ready duty free and under this agreement another seven billion dollars will be terrorists will be either eliminated or reduced and will be competitive to match any of our competitors in that market and so that's going to come around ninety percent of the dutiful trade that we have going into Japan since he says the next step for the agreement. often the peace here in the next couple weeks but the hope to have it taken to operation January first it does not need congressional approval Gary Crawford for the US department of agriculture Washington the U. S. T. A. report is brought to you by centex Roadmaster excel premium highway diesel fuel..
"gary crawford" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Lil the one thing that made me go whoa was when Adam Schiff said after reading the transcript it was a mafia like shake down. and I went oh he's jumping the shark again yeah he's doing the same thing that he did with Russia collusion which was I'd got the evidence the evidence exists that the president committed a legal corruption it should be collusion with the Russians that will get him impeached the evidence exists and when he finally came out with it it was basically the trump tower meeting everybody sort of laughed at him and they just moves on so when he comes on and says a mafia like shake down instead of there are things that are concerning here again he's jumped the shark because there's no way you can look at the context of what that evidence was presented and call that a mafia like shake down right you can't know. name someone shift does that you go okay here re goes again he's got nothing so was you have to do he has to claim something that is just completely and totally unprovable. yeah as he did before right with Russian collusion yes. it's an end that's the insanity they believe it work. now it didn't work in bringing him down but did it work and covering up. a lot of what they did I guess that remains to be seen while the I. G.'s record and Attorney General Barr not and how far they go let me ask you this question they would have never brought this up would we ever be investigating them the FBI. if this hadn't been brought up no we wouldn't so we might not have that everything the Democrats may have been their own worst enemy one it may be again here because of this plays out the same way there's nothing stopping Attorney General Barr note I'm going on with. eight six six ninety right I president trump and Japanese prime minister OB they have signed a trade agreement it's a great day and it's a big win for US agriculture deputy agriculture secretary Steve said ski was in New York at the signing of the deal and on a large scale here's what it does right now the U. S. cells depend about fourteen billion dollars worth of ag products and we have about six billion of that that's a ready duty free and under this agreement another seven billion dollars will be will be either eliminated or reduced and will be competitive to match any of our competitors in that market and so that's going to cover around ninety percent of the beautiful trade that we have going into Japan since he says the next step for the agreement shot in the eyes and crossing the T.'s here in the next couple of weeks but the hope to have a kick into operation January first it does not need congressional approval Gary Crawford for the US department of agriculture Washington the U. S. T. A. report is brought to you by centex Roadmaster excel premium highway diesel fuel..
"gary crawford" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"What type of discussed being human bean. teaches that to young people Gerry McNamara. who gives them no hope. this is the this is the I'm over the last eight CM the left this yes how they operate the levels amid fear let's destroy our children's lives. with the ultimate lie. the earth is gonna die and so are you you're not gonna be able to live out your natural life right. to the point that she and her friends are talking to each other in terms of why are we even doing this yeah. why I mean it is a loading why right even going to school. but for. because either she's being completely disingenuous. four she believes she believes which was what it was learned yep that's a that's something that the adults in her life taught her along the way yeah. who does that to a child who does that. and we said this about Bernie Sanders and people well he cares what no he doesn't he's telling young people that they can't make it that they'll never be able to get a college educationalist right. eight six six ninety eight right I in Washington Thursday face to face US to China trade negotiations resumed after a couple of months hiatus we're glad that the conversations are continuing and we hope that they will all be fruitful agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue telling reporters that a delegation of Chinese negotiators will be visiting US farms and farmers next week accompanied by U. S. chief negotiator ambassador Robert light Heiser and treasury secretary Stephen the notion Purdue was asked by reporters if the Chinese will be announcing purchases of US farm products on this trip we don't know that the again we're always hopeful we had someone vice premier Li ho was here in the spring they're just now fulfilling some of that so we're always hopeful but there's really more than just purchases here they're they're structural reforms of the Chinese no there we have to have over non tariff issues as well but but he said the farm visits by the Chinese certainly will help build good will as trade talks continue Gary Crawford for the US department of agriculture Washington the U. S. T. A. report is brought to you by Senate's Roadmaster excel premium highway diesel fuel coming.
Crop prices drop because of tariffs
"Week average local spot prices for cotton are a bit higher for San Joaquin valley. Cotton though, it's tit for tat this week or tariff for tariff on Monday, President Trump announcing another two hundred billion dollars of tariffs on Chinese goods because we can't let them do anymore. What they've done the list of disputes along when the US chief Agni goes theater. Greg download outline just a few of the issues for a Senate panel last week. They don't buy the week that they said they would buy when they became remember the WTO. They don't buy the corn. They by no rice from us their tariff on distillers grain is eighty percent tariff on ethanol is seventy percent. They don't buy any poultry from us. We finally got a thimble full obeef in there. The grain sorghum thing is difficult, and we aren't selling them almost what we think would be a billion dollars for the pet food. Meanwhile after Trump's care if announced Monday China on Tuesday announcing more tariffs on you. Goods. Meanwhile, US farmers are seeing tariff related losses, but USDA's undersecretary for trade Ted MacKenzie. And a Greg doubt told the senators we are taking some short term pain, but the benefit if we get issues resolved is enormous in Washington. Gary Crawford for the US department of