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04:49 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"S. yongqing u._s. Representative adam kin zinger representing the state's sixteenth congressional district was on boone county fairgrounds yesterday to reporters also visited with the bloomberg from illinois farm bureau number of things on the agenda of course one of those was getting finally to the finish line u._s. m._c._a. u._s. u._s. mexico canada trade agreement and we're just calling on the democratic led house to put it on the floor. They don't have to go for it but given a vote. It will pass the senate be a better deal. It helps them. The amount of agricultural products that we can export and be sold puts a lot of a lot more fairness in there to make sure that american workers and workers in mexico and canada are all being treated family to make for a fairly to be to make them more competitive environment is better for u._s. Auto manufacturers and also put some modernisation in place so talking about cybersecurity cyber sharing cyber issues which win the original nafta passed didn't even exist though he knew what that meant and so. It's a it's an improvement now short of that being implemented. We wanna keep nafta in place say much better option u._s. Representative adam kissing her also talking about tariffs in china and eh trade picture which has become even cloudier in recent days well. I think it's <hes> take our. I think it's understanding of the administration is hearing and they understand your pain. This is not turning against you because of the image because china china's made the decision to hurt the farmers and i'd like to see other markets open up as well so secondary remarks that we can supply to around china rating allies around china fight more from a position of strength and other areas so the big thing is hey. I hear ya i may not agree with everything coming out of the white house this issue but they hear you to stick with it. We've got to win this thing u._s. Representative adam kin zinger in the sixteenth district yesterday a day of in boone county in northern illinois or from d._c. China's halt in buys of u._s. Farm goods may you not be total though that may be small comfort to struggling farmers and ranchers as our washington correspondent nancy reports from more than nineteen billion u._s. Ask sales in two thousand seventeen to nine billion last year to just under eight billion the first half of this year but is zero the next step now that china's asked state owned firms to stop buying u._s. foreign goods american farm bureau's. Dave solomon says there's confusion or uncertainty about that. We had heard that this chinese cut off of purchases from u._s. Dag was by state run company and then you're seeing some some indication that is just apply broadly to companies solomon's and says state run firms doing most of the buying of major u._s. Foreign goods since they weren't being hit was the tariffs a._f._d._c. quoted president said be deval and a release that china will not by any agricultural products from the united states either way the losses on top of almost eleven billion loss since twenty seventeen could be catastrophic and the new ones have already started to have gone into affect <hes> almost immediately in the past in reaction to what the u._s. had done. China has said they would do do things when the u._s. actions went into effect a._f._c. President of al calls the latest china action a body blow to thousands of farmers and ranchers struggling to get by solomon says the future is now unpredictable will <hes> have to keep a close eye and seeing how this develops them whether are these are <hes> pressure points that are being developed ways of either side to get leverage in negotiations or the settled into a longer contest on tests says farm bureau is making its concerns clear to the administration about the damage from the trade fight continuing but the a of betrayed adviser says has.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Cover egg policy and really anti keeping the farming community updated on these important issues riyadh routes or routes are f._d. radio farm weak dow dot com farm we keep you connected arm family food those three words best describe illinois farm bureau farm for one hundred years farm bureau in illinois has represented and served the the men and women who make illinois one of the top food-producing states family at the heart of rural illinois are traditional families who worked together through illinois farm bureau and uh farm bureau families are proud to grow the healthy food they provide their families and yours farm family food the heart of farm bureau in illinois let's check the markets on the radio network i'm dolores yongki still lower for corn down two and a half cents on most contracts of timber down two and a half four sixteen gene december down two and a half four twenty five march down two and a half or thirty four and three quarters so he beans her up a nickel taking back quite a bit what was lost off yesterday august means five and three quarters eight eighty eight and a quarter november five and a quarter nine dollars at a nickel january up a nickel nine in eighteen and a quarter september wheat down for for ninety five and a half december down three and a half five dollars three and three quarter cents livestock tongs of thirty eighty six and a quarter october up sixty seven seventy nine thirty two august cadillac a quarter one hundred eight aid ninety october up a dozen one ten in two cents the loss yawkey earthy radio network.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Let the people i interviewed be the experts i've always wanted to be on the radio i'm just happy to do what i enjoy did routes or routes are f._d. radio farm week now dot com and farm we keep you connected you're <music> in the mood for some sprucing up your luck from big to small or farm to front yard your illinois farm bureau member discount from john deere is ready and waiting to help it's easy to think green when it's the rewards loyalty program with savings on equipment special part in home and workshop products whether you're tasks involve mowing planting or cleaning you'll be set or whatever your work requires all you need to do is sign up have your membership number handy and go to john deere dot com slash firm hero now it's more important than ever farmers would you like ideas and strategies to succeed illinois farm bureau's farm income and innovations conference can help you built with the future join us july thirtieth and thirty first at marriott in uptown normal yet the tools and resources to effectively manage the tough situation facing and make the the best business decisions for your apartment family speakers such as alison van synonym brenick deny enjoying brown will discuss topics including future of aggravation and the outlook on exports farmland found us our could outlooks and the dynamics of family farm transitions and succession you could talk directly with specialists in policy using marketing and management arenas as well as farmers commodity association leaders and agency representatives now is the time to build for the future register now at i l._l._p. dot org forward slash f i see as i l. f. b. dot org forward slash f i see i was visiting my seventy ninety five year old aren't the other day when her phone rang hello it's you again she seemed nervous or i don't think i need anymore life insurance the caller collar was doing a great job keeping my aunt on the line okay so you need my credit card number my aunt went to get her purse so i decided that i would ask a few questions well as as soon as i introduced myself the collar hung up ralph the grime dog here recognizing the signs of fraud can be difficult for older people often they're very trusting and considered it impolite to hang up the national crime prevention call to educate senior so.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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02:26 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Of the Insurance Company and affiliates discounts situations. You're listening to our town and country partners connecting you with the food you eat the Illinois farmers who grow it and the food related events destinations and lifestyles that make our state great welcome to our F._D.. Town and country partners on a Thursday. I'm loss Yongqing joining us in studio. Normally we talk on on Fridays on different programs. Today we are visiting with Sabrina Berkowitz Senior Social Media Specialists From Illinois Farm Bureau Social Media Command Center Sabrina. How are you I'm great? How are you fantastic? I'm just going through some of the different stories on Facebook Page Illinois Farm Bureau ragging on today well. It has breaking news on there. <hes> I post to see is <hes> about <hes> m._F._G.. A._p.. Market Facilitation Payments Are Margaret Facilitation program payments and they go from fifty to eighty seven dollars and it's a it's a news item you can find that online <hes> farmers dot Gov but you can also find information in right there on the face of that post reached two thousand four hundred and five people in one hour and this generally what one of our organic posts reach in twenty four hours so posed is GonNa go viral so they viral for us right right yeah. This isn't going to be like one of those millions of people. It's over us if it goes like a above five thousand I saw them yeah. I wonder if I was wondering of course if I could sit. Bring doing this to me. I wonder if I've been part of a post. It went to five thousand <hes> yeah our most popular post ever reached. I think it was <hes> eight hundred seventy seven thousand people so that's a lot of people yeah and then our second most popular reese just under. Under five hundred thousand people goodness sakes but you can find information. We've got young farmers diversifying operations information about field days membership benefits a preview for farm income and.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Today here on the Illinois Farm Bureau Radio Network. Will you be prepared for the upcoming lock in Dan Closures on the Illinois waterway system. How will only affects your farm? Illinois Farm Bureau was to help you get answers to these questions with five informational meetings join us in July and August with details on timelines work to be done on the locks transportation ships during the closures and what impact closures could have on the market for more information and to reserve your spot today contact your county farm bureau. The Illinois economy runs on our homegrown agricultural products are dairy beef pork corn and soybeans grow the agricultural industry by nearly twenty billion dollars each year but we don't just grow Illinois we grow North America Canada Mexico account for over forty five billion dollars in U._S.. Agricultural Exports and they support more than one million American American jobs exports to Canada and Mexico mater to everyone in the agricultural food industries a message from Illinois farmers and their checkoff programs your in the mood for some sprucing up your and luck from big too small or farm to front right yard. Your Illinois Farm Bureau member discount from John Deere is ready and waiting to help if easy to think green when it's the reward loyalty program with savings on equipment special part in home in workshop products whether you're tasks Zimbabwe mowing planting or cleaning you'll be set or whatever your work requires all you need to do is sign up had your membership number handy and go to John Deere dot com slash firm hero all lag all Illinois all now there are a lot of smartphone apps out there but do they have what's important to us here.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"From freeze notice whether joy illinois farm bureau one of the most popular events of the year farm income at innovations conference is set for july thirtieth thirty first at the marietta i'll tell normal you'll hear from national app state experts on waste meet your farming business goals you could talk directly with specials in politics marketing management as well as farmers commodity association leaders an agency representative register now at i l f b dot org slash f i see that's i l a dot org forward slash f y icy from brushing your teeth to washing you're glows water impacts your entire day in fact you're family uses an average of three hundred gallons each day to ensure that we have plenty of clean water illinois farmers are using renewable resources like grasses and would ship to protect our water supplies to learn more about conservation effort and visit i am farmers conserved dot com preserving are water protecting i land providing our says this message brought to you by me and all that all annoyed all now there are a lot of smartphone apps out there but do they have what's important to us here in illinois the farm now app does and it's always at your fingertips all ag all illinois in twenty four seven where and when you need it for free app or play store on your smartphone its search type in farm week now that's one word downloaded today brought to you by illinois farm bureau were all about farm family and food when it comes to social media sabrina burqa which connects rural roads were you sabrina covers a broad range bag topic so farm bureau members of the first to know about junior shoots used a bit about her room route.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"An strategies to succeed illinois farm bureau's farm income end innovations conference can help you build for the future joiners july thirtieth and thirty first at mary out in uptown normal get the tools and resources to effectively manage the tough situations your face and make the best business decisions for your apartment family speakers such as alison van mo veronica night enjoying brown will discuss topics including the future of aggravation they outlook on exports sports department values market outlook in the dynamics of family farm transitions in succession you could talk directly with specialists in policy marketing and management arenas while us farmers commodity association leaders an agency representatives now is the time to build for the future registered now at i l a dot org forward slash f i i see that's i l a dot org forward slash f i i see it's not an empty sports arena each casino it's not a concert hall it is agreeing inside agreement flyers have sun in some unusual places with unique sounds when gateway ss in southern illinois wanted to christian anew been cooperative built in the community of oakdale invited the.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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09:43 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Not a farm bureau member, visit Illinois farm bureau online and join today. Look at your numbers this hour. We are still trading higher in the corn. Soybeans, and we'd nearby July corn, this hour of six into quarter four forty seven and a quarter September up seven and three quarters December corn up eight and a quarter four sixty one and a half, March up eight and a half at four sixty seven and a quarter to lie. Soybeans up eleven and a quarter nine fourteen and a half, August eleven and a quarter September eleven and three quarters where nine twenty seven and three quarters and member beans, up eleven and a half at nine forty and a quarter July week Chicago five and a quarter five twenty seven and a half September five and three quarters and December up six at five forty two and the soybean meal contract for July four sixty August up. Four thirty at three twenty two fifty. We're back on our at the today with the state treasurer. Michael brera. We mentioned the state fair. And I know that everyone in Springfield treasurer is ready to see that updated and refurbished Coliseum. When we get to the state fair, we are very excited of the state, fair opportunity or Illinois farmers to show off their product. The celebrate you'll only culture for decades, but the state fair has been allowed the paragraph allow to fall into disrepair were excited. They're making changes their, the credits excited to participate talk about our programs and to highlight of the success in the company of young people and culture in the state. So tell us where we can find you during that ten day run of the Ellen oy. State fair this year. Where are? We gonna find him. Well, we're just a little bit east of the governor's tent. A little bit west of the dates office. Ten it was same place. We've been for the last few years, we're hoping to show awesome. The winners cream of the crop photo contest that deadline is fast approaching its June twenty six we'd like to have some more submissions out there, especially in our eight to ten year old category. It's not too many young people to go out with their cameras to take a new look at culture in our state, and take some pictures submit. Their photo contest found Illinois treasurer dot up. Twenty six is deadline for the cream of the crop contest. The results of the winners will be on display at the state fair. You're also we understand going to host a live unclaimed property auctions, sort of a preview event on seven twenty nine July twenty nine tell us about.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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07:47 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"If the little on Monday, I'm lost Yongki with gone of minority senior economist, Illinois farm bureau. Hello, Mike eight a loss. Creighton university. You mentioned Ernie gos- before as well. But some interesting, though, this is a business conditions index in about trade war. Yeah. Issues is the same university Ernie gossip and there's two different indexes. Put out Ernie guys puts out one called the role. Mainstreet index comes out third week of the month came out may twenty fourth. But the other one is also from Creighton, which is their mid America business conditions index west of us, but pretty indicative of downstate, Illinois Konomi, because west of us economist start looking like downstate, Illinois because you've removed Chicago for the picture. So good indicator, kind of what's, what's happening, kind of Illinois, minus Chicago equals Iowa. It might say. We we go further south. They don't have. They don't have a watermelon tobacco crop part, I will like we do, but, but yeah, they in that midwest min America business conditions. They said that one in eight manufacturers reported switching supplier to avoid tariffs that have been impacted under supply chain, and that two-thirds of factors of indicated that these trade wars, making it more difficult to purchase. Well, see. So this see, there are consequences from this in, so I if I'm surmising that your suppliers from China, I'm trying to avoid the terrify going somewhere else then that's somewhere else can just raise their asking price a little bit just so long as it's not as bad as.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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03:01 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Concessions from? Hi. This is Sabrina hardy RFE business manager. I wanna thank you for listening to the RIP radio network. The number one ad radio network annoyed. Did you know are at the radio network's programming is being broadcast by Rita Frazier and the law Xianqi with confine fifty years of broadcasting experience, join up daily. If you have any question Email me at C. H A, R, D Y at I l f p dot org farm, family food, those three words, best describe Illinois farm bureau bar, one hundred years farm bureau in Illinois, has represented and served the men and women who make L annoy one of the top food producing states family at the heart of rural are traditional families who worked together through Illinois farm bureau and farm bureau. Families are proud to grow the healthy food, they provide their families, and yours. Farm, family food, the heart apart bureau in Illinois. Thanks for shopping, please come again. Wow. You're really getting the Bardot's day. Think of all the money you say, I know an even better, my purchases are helping teach kids about agriculture. Whoa. Back up. I know you've got some deal today, but I don't remember that purchase I use my Illinois farm bureau visa card each time at white. The credit union makes a contribution to the Ilma agriculture in the classroom program now that the great deal. What else does your car do what it doesn't do charge me, extra fees has the prize, right? Not what this card I use it for all my purchases. I liked the sound of that. Tell me exactly, what does Illinois agriculture in the classroom. Do they teach kids where the food really comes from just by using my card? I help provide teachers and volunteers with free materials so they can spread the message of the importance of agriculture in their classrooms. You know, the IFP visa card may be the best bargain yet. I'm going to get one of those for myself get a great card help agree. 'cause go to. Foundation dot org and click on the IFP the car to get one of your own. I'll be must be found if you're hearing this, you should be concerned about the Asian Longhorn beetle and invasive species. That's destroying our trees, but you can help look for the signs and health, stop. The beetle. Down town. P. Sometimes of the AL be our dined sized holes on tree trunks. A sawdust like material called press and the beetle itself with a long black body in white spots. Learn all the signs and how to report them at Asian.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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07:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Beef supplies were down roughly fifty million pounds from last year, totaling four hundred thirty point three million pounds frozen. Pork was also down from last year, but up from the previous month totaling six hundred twenty one point nine million pounds. That's a look at daily livestock news on the RFID radio network on this Thursday. Thursday. I'm Jim Taylor. People benefit from raising livestock here in Illinois risky bird, Illinois farmer president to the Eleanor farm bureau..

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Economists might Dougherty senior columnists that Illinois farm bureau. Hello Mike eight loss where you got me. By the way, I do that every time. And for those that haven't been around since I last explained that's Alpa chino for the movie heat talking to someone talk do guy who's going to give them. Some information says, so what do you got for me? Grammatically poor. But, but in this case gave them in Mike. Hey, buddy, got there was a, a river for Chicago politics. We love Chicago by the don't know. Yes. One of them said, you better know somebody that I know. You're in my office on better know several yeah, that's great. That's good has got old pile. All right now. First thing that I noticed Friday, it's, it's one thing happens at a quarter. But the company six quarters in a row has missed based on what analysts had been expecting their earnings. Call to be farm economies. Definitely weakening and the outlook on farm equipment. Cannot be good. Well, even global company out how do you project how much make it? How much are you? I think about half their sales international sales. And so, those have been you know, that, that area's been weakening a little bit, you know, and at least in China and some of those countries little and European Union to you know that that was a noticeable statistic. I saw through Twitter Friday, and then here's another one and this, this includes Illinois, in some ways, it makes sense to me that this is a more western study, though. But Creighton comes out with some regular reports. Right. Ernie Goss has done this for a long time. A very well respected economists at Creighton university, and he has a rural main street survey comes out monthly and it's rural banks. So this is particularly ported for downstate Illinois or rural counties are farm counties are very interested in what is the outlook that rural banks in general in the midwest are feeling and it showed his index for the rural banks of. Estimation of their confidence of the economy has dropped below fifty which means they are looking at a shrinking economy, rather than an expanding economy, it's above fifty. And then the economy is expanding is below fifty shrank, April. It was right at fifty. So that's right. That's Brighton, a middle that would mean the negatives outweighed the negatives are equal to the positive if it's had fifty if it's below fifty then the negatives are outweighing the positives, and it was reported that's the lowest level in two years. So that's a pretty severe turn around on the part of our rural banks. Couple of things that were in ear, farmland prices. They went down four points from April, may, and there they were down one point from may to may. And in either case, so may this last week report forty one point two that's eighteen percent less than fifty. Well, it doesn't sound like. Very positive thing. Well, you know, land price at least annoy no throughout the midwest. They haven't gone down that much they, they softened just slightly in Illinois. But the outlook as of last February March on farm prices and on its income, generating capacity, which is basically cash right for Illinois. It all hinged, around soybean prices. And so at that time, if you go back to the presentations that were done here blowing to the land values conference outlook if if so being prices were eight fifty or below for the fall than about eighty percent of the members of the Illinois chapter of the American society of farm managers appraisers about eighty percent of felt that cash rent had come down between ten to thirty dollars per acre decline in cash rent, and which would take down the value of farmland, of course too, because that's. Part of what that is, what underpins value of farmland is what you can rent, it for rent rented out for so that all hinged around that soybean price that is, what is the soybean prices? What has kept our farmland values as high as they are would ten thousand dollars an acre and up in Illinois. And likewise, was soybean prices now falling that outlook has to fall in terms of cash rents, but along with it, also the value of, of farmland this, those go back to film about would beer farm equipment sales may twenty eighteen the index almost forty four may twenty nineteen of thirty one point three other big job, only eight and a half percent year over year drop twenty percent..

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Trump delays increase in Chinese tariffs

The World

04:15 min | 1 year ago

Trump delays increase in Chinese tariffs

"First another day of reckoning in the US China trade war today was supposed to be the deadline for China to shape up if not the Trump administration would increase tariffs on more than six thousand types of Chinese imports. But President Trump is backing off. He's delayed new round of tariffs and says, quote substantial progress is being made in negotiations with China. Here's more from the world's Jason Margolis, the art of the deal again, or maybe not this time not with China says, economists, Derrick scissors, the idea that we're going to get the greatest deal ever, the greatest you'll ever is not going to pan out and it's going to blow up in his face. Meaning if Trump runs for president in two thousand twenty he'll have some explaining to do and a democratic candidate will be quoting candidate Trump in two thousand sixteen over and over again about how China's He actually said the words they're raping our country. We can't continue to allow China to rape our country, and that's what they're doing. And then. On sunday. He said we had the best relationship we've ever had China. It's very difficult to see how things have changed in the last two years or two and scissors focuses on the Chinese economy at the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank in Washington, he just doesn't see what the Trump administration has been able to get from the Chinese that other administrations haven't, for example, one major sticking point in US. China relations has been the forced transfer of technology where American companies hand over intellectual property in order to do business in China. Trump has said that's coming to an end, the Chinese, of course, have said, they've never course technology transfer. It's all voluntary. So them writing a law that says course, technology transfer. It doesn't do anything with the issue after issue. The Chinese are making the same old promises. He says as they have many times in the past. We have known for some mechanism as we have not had in the past. And none of those promises are gonna come to fruition. But let's say President Trump does turn out to be the master negotiator. He says he is can you turn the ship around for decades? U S China trade has worked this way. China builds it we buy it. It's hard to imagine all of this being resolved right away, economists, Katie Russ at the university of California Davis says if Trump really wanted to put pressure on China, if you want to have the quickest results, then joined TPP, the trans Pacific partnership that twelve nation trade agreement brokered by President Obama, Russ says, it would have shifted trade away from China to other countries that maybe we feel more. Close strategic alliances with but President Trump withdrew from that seventy two hours into his presidency and said the US would pursue bilateral trade agreements. Instead, of course, Trump wasn't the only one opposed to the TPP labor unions, and many Democrats worried that it could cost American jobs so back to China. Trump needs a deal a few days ago. He said talks are going very well and highlighted China's commitment to buy American corn corn, but a lot of it more than anyone thought possible. Welcome news in Illinois, the nation's second leading corn producer. I asked senior economist Mike Dougherty with the Illinois farm bureau, if he had any details on Trump's corn plan, we don't and it's being treated as well. It's possible. But we'll wait and see it protects happen. Illinois is also the nation's top soya producer, China is number one export market. But this season's export has been a bust in retaliation for Trump's tariffs last summer. China slap tariffs on US. Soybeans of that crop were about forty percent under where we normally would be at internal sales to China. Dorothy says more corn sales to China won't offset this. They don't sell much corn there. Many farmers do like Trump's overall economic policies, lower taxes fewer regulations still when it comes to trade. I asked dirty if Illinois farmers still believed in the president's message. We're not sure what exactly what that message is. What are we talking about in terms of long term payoff? I mean, we were a number one number two supplier out of the world to the Chinese market for supplying their soybeans. We could just get back to that. I think most of the farmers here would be pretty happy for the world. I'm Jason

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"He's also the vice president of the Illinois farm bureau. We talked to them from time to time most recently about trade in the tariffs. But we got to thinking at our meeting this morning. He would probably have something to say about the shutdown as well. So we call them back up. Mr duncan. It's good to talk to you against her nice to visit with you again KYW. So as I said there are couple of things we want to talk to you about first of all the shutdown is that affecting you at all in terms of being able to get market prices for the hogs or or any of that sort of data stuff right now, we're still getting data. You know were pretty early in the shutdown. You know as this goes on. I'm sure we will see more pronounced impacts. But right now, we're we're holding. We're doing okay, what kind of data? Would you be? Pending on what what does the government have? What does the USDA have that you want? Well, sure coming up on January eleventh is a major supply demand report which projects prices for the upcoming year usages things like that on national and global level. So that's that's data. That's important to us as we plan for next year or actually now this year's crops in other shutdowns, we've lost access to that data. But so far we are getting that as we go on supply demand report will be one that will miss and and going forward what about the federal aid that drummer administration put onto help some of the farmers, and and folks like yourself who are being hurt by the tariffs, those those payments. It's my understanding of stopped, right? Sure. They have a lot of farmers myself included went in and we're able to sign up last year prior to the shutdown. I still have not signed up for the corn aid. We didn't finish harvest until new years eve day on cornea. Rotten weather here. But and I know I've spoken with some farmers who would like to go in here and apply now prior to the January fifteenth deadline, but obviously because our offices are closed are able to do. So this is actually really really interesting because as I talked to you it occurs to me that you've got a bunch of time sensitive things that are dependent not on men, but on nature, right? You gotta plan. You gotta get the sows into breed them or whatever you do with hogs, and it's not like that stuff weights. No, it doesn't. And you know, this is the winter here were three or four months away from from planting season..

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Friday in the lovely Amy. Guth stay tuned. For Steve Zand the opening bell the Steve Cochran show celebrates the most valuable person on, the planet, weekday mornings at seven twenty seven twenty WGN Chicago, smart speaker years is just say play WGN radio on. Tunein, WGN news time is five oh let's. Get, to. The newsroom, and Vic, thanks Nick. Good morning fair skies. And sixty. One degrees at O'Hare closing arguments begin today in the trial of the man accused of shooting and killing Pendleton, back in two thousand. Thirteen yesterday getaway driver was convicted the jury find the defendant Pangasius guilty of. First degree murder idea Pendleton was caught in gang crossfire at harsh park not far from, President Obama's home in Chicago's Kenwood neighborhood a man who was, shot and killed this morning near the university of Chicago. Was, not a student that's according to campus. Security, they. Confirm campus, alert was sent out. To students but that. No one. From the school was involved Chicago police say the victim was shot four times while stopped at a red light, on midway place since. Near woodland no arrest yet A new development overseas. In America's war in, Afghanistan after almost seventeen years of fighting the US is about to enter talks with the Taliban ABC's, Ian. Panel is. In Kabul tells of a secret meeting once unthinkable American diplomats with the State Department quietly initiating talks with, the time about this is commander. Of all US and foreign troops, here four star General John, Nicholson we want to end this war we want to. End it. On terms that protect our nation our homeland and, provide a lower level of violence for the Afghan Taliban. Has said previously that any agreement must include a US troop pullout governor Rauner faced democratic challenger Jay Pritzker in Bloomington normal last. Night we had government spending on a rocket ship, and we've had slow growth of our economy for. Decades unsustainable that always leaves the deficit spending that always leads to higher taxes created fewer jobs in Illinois in three, and a half Half years than Pat Quinn did in the same time period fewer jobs than Pat Quinn in the same. Time period the forum was hosted, by the Illinois farm bureau earlier yesterday attorney general candidates Erica herald and Kwami Raoul took, questions and the state board of elections. Is expected to issue a ruling tomorrow on whether Chicago mayor candidate Willie Wilson violated campaign laws he gave away two hundred thousand dollars of his own money. At a church he streamed the. Cash giveaway on his campaign website a watch God watchdog group, criticized it, saying he mixed philanthropy with politics an update now from. WGN sports morning Dave, in it and good morning urban Meyer remains the football coach you know high AllState this morning surviving, an. Investigation into. The way he handled domestic abuse allegations against former assistant coach Zac Smith the findings the investigation were made, public last night Meyer was suspended. By Ohio State but not fired, he will sit out the, first three games of the Season beginning with a September, first game against Oregon. State Athletic director gene Smith was also a suspended from next Friday until September sixteenth in baseball the cubs finally broke out of their offensive funk nursing. A two round Lehto breaking it open with a four run ninth at an, eight two win in. Detroit a win ended a string of five straight games which the cubs managed only a solo homerun may hit three, homers last, night too with. Men on base bass David Bodey hobby or bias when Anthony Rizzo solo shot. Is John Lester got the win and Daniel Murphy had two hits and drove in Iran and is cubs debut but the cubs failed to stretch their animal's central, lead by the cardinals and brewers, won the second place cardinals beating. The dodgers, again three one is two and a half games back the third place brewers four nothing over Cincinnati there, are three. Back earlier the White Sox made it six out. Of eight bashing three home runs, in a seven. Three win over Minnesota Adam angle Tim Anderson a Nikki Del Monaco all homered for the socks Carlos Rodion overcame a shaky start allowing two rounds on. Three hits and striking out five over six innings while improving the. Five and. One in his last ten starts the SOX have an, early game today to, start a four game series in Detroit the pre-game eleven thirty, five this morning first. Pitch at twelve ten here on WGN hall of the White Sox the Blackhawks and the northwestern Wildcats up Dave at WGM sports we work hard at being healthier..

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To the program by hearing from a gentleman by the name of brian dunkin who is vice president of the illinois farm bureau or perhaps we do not have that here's what i know since the original tariffs on steel and aluminum were announced the value of a hog is dropped twenty dollars in a lot of it has to do with just the overall concerned about trade agreements not just with china but as we renegotiate nafta a farmers depend on export markets grain livestock producers we are exportdependent so that's kind of negative environments rounding trade great psychology that is very damaging in the marketplace we saw soybean's down forty cents this morning and i know president trump this morning spoke to sonny perdue and said let america's farmers know that they're not going to be a casualty in this trade war while i'm afraid we already are and and that's just reflected in our markets and the psychology that's occurred here and again very difficult to climb out of the whole and that is bryant dunkin vice president of illinois farm bureau's we continue our look at our dealings with china and the way they flagrantly violate the very deals they have signed with the world trade organization and with the other multilateral into some bilateral deals that they've signed we're joined by curtis ellis senior policy adviser for america first policies their website is.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Welcome back to the jim bohannon show as we will begin this portion of the program by hearing from a gentleman by the name of brian dunkin who is vice president of the illinois farm bureau perhaps we do not have that here's what i know since the original tariffs on steel on aluminum were announced the value of a hog has dropped twenty dollars and a lot of it has to do with just the overall concern about trade agreements not just with china but as we renegotiate nafta farmers depend on export markets grain livestock producers we are exportdependent so that's kind of negative environments rounding trade great society galaxy that is very damaging in the marketplace we saw sightings down forty cents this morning and i know president trump this morning spoke to sonny perdue and said let america's farmers know that they're not going to be a casualty in this trade war while i'm afraid we already are and and that's just reflected in our markets and the psychology that's occurred here and again very difficult to climb out of the whole and that is bryan duncan vice president of illinois farm bureau's we continue our look at our dealings with china and the way they flagrantly violate the very deals they have signed with the world trade organization and with the other multilateral and some bilateral deals that they've signed we're joined by curtis ellis senior policy adviser for america first policies their website.

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"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"illinois farm bureau" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To do either one of those but we do have lots to talk about this morning here on the saturday morning show max will be along the little bit later to what talk market strategy as we are in the period that too many of us referred to as the trading doldrums of this he's and not as much trading taking place between thanksgiving in the new year's holiday but of course there is and there is a wound up information coming out there's a story that too is i think going the bothered porn producers across the country it now get to that story in just a moment but i do want to say again thank you to the yellow informed bureau ford coming to chicago to hold their annual meeting at the palmer house in downtown chicago and most of the gone back home but made these semblables lady said why don't we stay and do some burke christmas shopping before we go back because that something that two they like to do in conjunction with the illinois farm bureau convention sowa the president rich dber was reelected but a new vice was elected that the illinois farm bureau meeting brian dunkin' of ogle county and to a he is the elected to with two year term as illinois farm bureau vice president he currently serves as the overruled county farm bureau president and there he and his wife kellie raise corn soybeans wheat odds and cattle on their farm near polo illinois or when they raise something else for children under farm imports meanwhile a rich uber to him as a and degree in agriculture education and the minor he in animal science from southern illinois university and he and his wife nancy and their son kyle operated corn soybean and wait farm in randolph county illinois is served as the illinois palm bureau president for the past four years previously served does vicepresident of the farm bureau from two thousand three to two thousand and thirteen so congratulations to the new vice president to the re elected president at that prime bureau convention in chicago this week he had serve fourteen minutes after five and we're going to need a man who's light will change dramatically ah come the end of january will do all of that when we continue here on the saturday morning show money money money money you got to have it when you need it what are you do if.

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