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"sonny perdue" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:14 min | 10 months ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It joined now by former Georgia governor and current Secretary of Agriculture. Sonny Perdue. Good morning, Secretary. Great to have you back. Good to be back with you again. You hope you have a great day. I am I got a new affiliate in Albany, Georgia. I don't know much about Albany Governor. What can you tell me about that? All over these in the heart of our fertile agricultural sector here in Georgia, Good people and Albany, Dougherty County, southwest Georgia. You know, Erick Erickson. I'm sure is a friend of yours and a friend of mine has written a piece saying farmers or a hidden vote for David Perdue and Kelly left there. What do you think about that? I think that's true. Farmers air Basically one good sound government. They won't go, but the works and they see that they wouldn't Kelly voted for Trump policies that have been able them toe. To continue to survive and thrive. And I think they're gonna want more of it. They don't want Hard left turn to socialism. Farmers air are the ultimate entrepreneurs, the risk takers. They're the spirit that built this country and they want the opportunity of their Children and grandchildren. I have that that same opportunity now, Mr Secretary. I feel pretty good about this, but I also don't want to take any chances. I think we need everyone who convert to get out and vote today. You. That's exactly what we're talking about here is that you know, we we take it for granted this precious constitutional right, But it's also a constitutional responsibility. That we Rethinking Americans get out and choose the representatives ago because determine the policies of our nation. Americans and Georgians won't balance government They don't think really either side ought to have Full control and that these two races are not successful. It can't get David Kelly or not elected touch humor. Nancy Pelosi. Harris button. AOC will have a blank check to the policies of America. Now, Governor produce your very popular in Georgia. And I'd like you just to talk a little bit about David Perdue and Kelly Lefler is someone who knows them as opposed to pundits who are talking around tables every night who don't actually know them are people like me that just know them from the radio? You know them. Tell us about him. I know David very, very well. David are first cousins. Our fathers were brothers. We grew up in middle Georgia, together, playing and sports and playing in the fields and working alongside one another in a in a farming community. That, uh, was had a never lay down. Never quit. Never give up, Uh, do what it takes kind of attitude. That was that was our family. Edna and David had a very successful career as a corporate executive. Lead dollar General A CEO and then came back to Georgia and retired there and had a very comfortable life. He came to my wife in Maine, Barry and I and said, I'm worried about American this direction. You need to run for the Senate. After David. I've been governor and I teased him. I said, I've paid my dues to society on parole. You need to go home and look in the mirror. And he did that David is running, not because he needs this job, but because he loves our nation. He loves our country and he wants you to be the very best that can be. Now Kelly left, but you do not know Governor Ugo A No. Kelly. No, Kelly. Very well. What I like about Caylee is that total people yesterday? Uh, we grew up very similarly. Well, Kelly has been very successful. As a businesswoman yourself. She grew up also on a farm in Illinois. She was pulling milkweed while I was killing pig weeds here in Georgia in a very similar atmosphere. Like her farm grid. I like a determination. I like frankly, that she's a common sense thinking person that moved into Georgia over 20 years ago. Really, for opportunities. And has been successful created jobs and now sharing that that outsider expertise and the and the government where we so sorely needed, Sonny Perdue. I want you to talk a little bit to the people who think it doesn't matter if they vote. I've told them New York 22 is a 47 boat race. There's an Iowa congressional district, which I think it's four votes. Every vote does matter, particularly here. What would you talk to? The people Just say I'm I vote does not matter. Every vote counts. As you mentioned two of those that campaign with Congresswoman Mueller Meeks and hour and every vote counts. Every boat's gonna count in this race. It would be horrible tomorrow. Conservative voices in Georgia. Get back. Don't vote say I'm not going to vote Didn't matter didn't count last time and they lose this race by A few votes. I don't think that's gonna happen, but frankly, the best way to settle this overall. Contrast that we have here today is overwhelmed them with the common sense Thinking people of Georgia voting aggressively for David and Jelly governor was the biggest margin you won by when you ran together was at 3% 5%. Well, it's a kind of margin you won by I think when I was re elected in 2006. It was about a 60 40 race. We'd like that tonight. I don't know that we can count on that. But like that tonight, how late do you think we're gonna have to be up Sonny Perdue to get a result. You and believe we're gonna know Probably by midnight, I think again, uh, some of these counties that like the Children votes later, uh, we'll be watching them much more closely this time that we did in November. And I think again, hopefully unspoiled absentee ballots won't come in TOC change the outcome as they did in November. So let's talk a little bit about that. Do you have confidence that holes in the system have been patched and that there is not going to be fraud or irregularity tonight? We certainly hope so. And we are prepared much better the war in November for poll watchers over 4000 poll watchers and that are legally represented. In these districts to watch what's happening in to make sure that the signatures are validated and that the right people who are Were eligible to vote have their vote cast respect irrespective of where who votes for, but that every legal vote is God in every illegal vote is cast out and not allowed to count. So Sonny Perdue. I don't know. Georgia law well enough to answer this, and it may have changed since you were actually candidate. But if someone shows up in a polling place in Georgia, and they say you're not registered to you're not eligible to vote. Do they have a provisional voting system where they can put a vote in and fill out all the information? And have it no counted later. Not in Georgia. That happens in some states. Within Georgia. We have a a 30 day requirement prior to an election to have registered to vote, and so all those who rushed here within the past 30 days. Our prior to 30 days are eligible to vote and they can show up. If what we have heard here is that people have come to the polls and they said, Oh, you've already voted, And that means someone has stolen their vote. Get the vote of provisional ballot..

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

09:10 min | 10 months ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"But we're gaining two seats and hold these two seats in the Republican hands. We can block what these Democrats are trying to do and protect what President Trump is accomplished over the last four years. Energy independence, the Iran nuclear deal. We help 6.5 million people pull themselves out of poverty because this economic turnaround these are things that the American people really want. It's morning Talk with Martha Zoller, and it is always great to be here with you. It is one week from the Senate runoff that is going to determine Really control of the United States Senate. It is a very important thing that's happening here in Georgia right now. And joining me right now is ex Secretary Sonny Perdue And he's also the former governor of Georgia, the first Republican governor that was elected. In more than 135 years. Sonny welcome back to the program. Well, good morning, friend. And you know, I'm here is a former governor and concerned Citizen of Georgia. I'm I'm not here in my official role of my current job. Well, of course, of course, but it is important to note It is important to note the impact that you've had on agriculture. But you're right. You're not here with your official job, and we know how all of that works. Your cousin David Perdue has been an amazing Senator over the last six years. In some ways, he was the original outsider, right. We've had an outsider in him. We had an outsider and Donald Trump and now we have an outsider and Kelly Leffler. Why is it so important to get out and vote even if you're still upset about the presidential election? Because all these things matter, Martha, we are really won election away from United States, uh, really heading toward a dangerous path. I If you remember 1995 just that recently, Venezuela was the third richest country in this hemisphere. They were had a great middle class and good lifestyle layer. In 2001. Chavez was elected, promising to give away everything free this free that and just simply 20 years later, that country has been ravaged and decimated, and that's a Sad character of itself and may never recover, and that could bury people say it can't happen here. It can happen one election of time here if Kelly and David are not successful. And, uh, the Senate, uh, deliberative body eliminates the filibuster and then moves to pack. The courts. Add new states and other things it can happen here. That's that important. That's why people need to vote. Now you've been, you know, barn storming all around the state. So you've been from one end to the other. What do you seeing us? First, the enthusiasm as you travel around the state. The good news is I'm seeing growing enthusiasm. We're going to small town, Georgia. All across this. This state and people are fired up. They they've gotten over the fact of their mad about the November election and some of the alleged irregularities there. They, uh they know that if they don't vote, the other side winds so we still be we see people coming out fired up connecting their neighbors and their friends and relatives. Making sure all of us go vote and you know Martha, The fact is, David won by more than two points overall saw. He just came within 7000 votes of reaching the 50% majority out of five million votes, so It's the same people boat he wins easily. I think I think people come back out and in the runoff, that's what's important getting back out and making your vote counts. Well and in the Kelly Leffler race, 52 or 53% of the votes went towards right or bright leaning candidates. So the same thing If we could get our people out, we win easily. There's no doubt about that's exactly right. And I think again, the conservative George Georgians air still conservative. I think we're all sort of frustrated and probably sad. A little mad about November and While we're in this place is sort of embarrassing as a former governor, Georgia for the eyes of the world to be on Georgia here and and in this situation, and we don't know what happened. Were determined not to let it happen again in the way we do that. Is to make sure we vote and vote early. Frankly, you remember we've had we've had ice storms in January before and we don't want whether or any accident anything else to preclude us. Marveaux counting. Well get. He sits in with me. On Tuesdays. He's the former Hall County Commission chair and in an activist, he's got a question for you out. Sonny. Welcome to the show. And I know you don't remember it. But you were sit standing on the back of your pickup truck at Gainesville Airport when you were getting elected, and I was there with you, and I will just tell you you didn't amazing job with not a whole lot of money. And you won that governorship and now I have again commend you for where you are were then and are now so thank you for being with us. Here's my question. Trump has basically reformed the Republican Party. It's more of a populist, middle class blue collar party. Do you think that the Republicans in general the leadership? Are they going to be willing to stand up and fight? And are we Aziz? You traveled the state going to be willing to stand up and fight like we need to and never have done before. That's what I'm seeing out here. Al. Hopefully, the answer is yes. I think that's what people loved about President Trump. They felt like he was fighting for the average man, and I've probably I I'd love to tell this story because I think Martha's heard me say before. I never left the Oval Office without him asking how my farmers doing Are you taking care of him? This was a guy that grew up in Queens, New York, New York real estate. Had a genuine affection, affinity for the average working person out here. The people on the construction sites of people serving, uh food and other beverages there. And people who made their live and that's why the economy benefit of those people with unemployment rates before Cove it and the best we've seen the best economy so Appreciate your compliments. We We believe these positions, their jobs, not positions, and that's what it takes the work in the governing away. That's why I was really sad that People ignored the accomplishments of President Trump had achieved and voted more on his personality that may not have fit Georgia values and temperament and the way this style that way, But that's AH, That's sad, because I hope these elections turnout will because This is the firewall that will sustain those advances that we made under President Trump's leadership. Absolutely well, Sonny Perdue, longtime friend. I mean, we have set on a few porches together, and I appreciate you being with us today and get out and vote between now and the end of early voting. Get out and vote on Election Day. And if you got an absentee ballot get it turned back in. Thank you so much Sonny for being with us today. Martha, I'm going to be in Gainesville this evening at 5 30 with my friend Doug Collins helped many of your listeners will come out and visit with us unless rally the troops for David and Kelly. And where will that be? Do you know? Hold on this second's gonna be at the new Camp Springs on Jule Parkway. Great. Great. Great. Great. Well, we will remind people get You got it. We will remind we will remind people again about that. Thank you so much. Thank you, And bye bye. Bye bye. So, al, um You know, we'll get the details for that. So people if they want to come out, they could get there. But, you know, Um, Sonny did great things here in Georgia and I know that he has worked hard campaigning around the state for David Perdue and Kelly, Leffler and people got to get out and folk. That's just that's just all there is to it. You got to get out and vote. You gotta put The past behind you, Whatever you're mad about whatever it is, get out and vote and make sure that these two seats state Republican, you know, we can still stay apps. I still be upset about the election we'll have with Donald Trump. But I'll tell you we've totally have to focus on January 5th and vote. You're right and vote now vote early. Let's go to the phones down. Talk to Joe and Ella Jay. Hey, Joe. How you doing? Great interview with Governor Perdue, and I think it's great that he's spending so much time helping his cousin. Of course, he's exactly right. We need to Get them elected to prevent socialism and Venezuela, But I want to play tribute to Marjorie Green. President Trump came to Rome, which is in Marjorie's district. Last time he came to Georgia and then this Monday night at seven..

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Thousands of chicks shipped to farmers by mail arrive dead

WBZ Afternoon News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands of chicks shipped to farmers by mail arrive dead

"Dead since recent cuts to the service. She sent her concerns in a letter to do Joy and Agriculture Commissioner Sonny Perdue. In response, the Postal Service says it doesn't have a claim for the loss of those chicks. And share while she tried to help out the post office. But the post office said Thanks anyway,

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Justice Department investigating meat price increases amid pandemic

Ron St. Pierre

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department investigating meat price increases amid pandemic

"Corona virus pandemic has led to a surge in the price of beef to levels that hasn't been seen in decades but at the same time farmers and ranchers are being paid very low prices for their cattle other companies that processed meat for sale so that's led the agriculture department and the justice department to begin vesting getting whether the meat packing industry is fixing or manipulating prices politico reports that the justice department is looking at four of the largest U. S. meatpackers that's Tyson foods JB S. national beef and cargo which together control about eighty five percent of the U. S. market citing one source agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue has confirmed that they're also looking into beef prices meatpacker say beef prices have spiked because plants are running at lower capacity because workers have gotten sick with the corona

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Agriculture Department To Fix Disruptions In Nation's Food Supply Chain

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:06 min | 1 year ago

Agriculture Department To Fix Disruptions In Nation's Food Supply Chain

"We've been questioning the US official trying to match the American food supply with food consumers. Visit almost any grocery store and you will see how that food chain has been disrupted. They're empty shelves. Even if food is in stores millions of newly unemployed people may have trouble paying agriculture secretary. Sonny Perdue has been talking up one part of the federal response. A plan to distribute food to families called the farmers to family food box program when after bar. Consumption is consumed outside the home. It's a dual track of production and processing for food service market versus the home consumer in grocery stores. So that commits a lineman. Would you have the shutdown? Very suddenly of institutional food settings such as restaurants schools colleges and others then that causes a misalignment in supply. And we've had the scrambled in order to try to readjust that in. This box is one of those things in which we tried to do so. It's a simple process. I guess the best analogy is. We're on a four lane interstate highway and two of those lanes become a blocked for flash or whatever reason we all can identify what happens after that. So you're trying to deal with this traffic jam because there's food that would have been going to a restaurant. Restaurant is closed. But somebody still wants to eat it. Do you get it into a grocery store into somebody's hands now. Why would a food box program for people who need assistance? Be The way to do that. This was a program that president trump asked me to put together three billion dollar program helping to re aligned and purchases food from bombers who were having to destroy that Good food because there's no market and create a really another market through our Nonprofits but at the same time you probably know there are advocates for the poor. Who think that there are simpler ways to do this? Why not just give people more money through? Snap the existing program to help people pay for food which is something that was done during the Great Recession. That may help one side of the equation. Steve does not help those farmers and producers who've grown food they cannot make the market because a supply chain they've been used to dealing with an institutional food market is no longer there obviously going to be advocates. Who always want to have more Money or more food available. We have been extremely flexible in any of these rules with snap benefits Food Service. The school feeding all those kinds of things. Usda is over backwards in order to provide flexibilities and all over the country you. I'm realizing your analogy with the highway is in some ways literal because we're talking about transporting food that had a particular route had a particular distributor and that system doesn't work and so it has to be moved by a different route and by different people. Are you confident you have chosen the right? Companies to create these distribution networks in some cases almost from scratch these are small and large food distributors. All over the country whose market is essentially disappear because their customers are shut down. We believe we have the best of the best obviously We're GONNA come to that list and see if we've missed we will go back and audit these firms to make sure they're doing exactly what they apply they do. Mister Secretary. Do you anticipate widespread food shortages in the coming months? And if so of what? No I don't see we track daily our plan openings. One of the challenges we add in protein meat poultry beef pork had been the closure of some of our processing plant there and We've had infections those plans that cause some temporary closures. Essentially all those plants are back open. We turn the corner and while some retailers are suggesting they may not have the degree of variety that they won't sad. We expect that to be cured very quickly. I do expect us to be back up to eighty five ninety percent reduction in probably a few days or week. What is the federal government doing to support companies that they've told under the Defense Production Act? They got to keep open. They gotTA keep producing meat but they have workers who are getting sick. What are they doing? Support the plant. What are they doing to take responsibility for the workers well first of all at uniform guidelines from CDC as well as Austria and worker safety people here recognized in the country be given the standard guidelines. We worked with local health authorities local elected officials as well as the company and the workers themselves to understand we provided equipment personal protective equipment. Say Shields Mask and other things into the plants there as well as testing where required to Hit the workers confidence. They're operating in a safe working environment. Secretary Perdue thanks for the time. Thank you have a good day sonny? Perdue is the US Secretary of Agriculture.

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Trump says US farmers will receive $19 billion for coronavirus mitigation

Mark Levin

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says US farmers will receive $19 billion for coronavirus mitigation

"Chain president trump announcing a nineteen billion dollar relief program for farmers and ranchers the program will include direct payments to farmers as well as mass purchases of dairy meat and agricultural produce to get that food to the people in need agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue says sixteen million dollars of the program will be in direct payments to farmers who experience losses during the pandemic and will spend three billion to buy agricultural

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on AP News

"Coronavirus update hi Jackie Quinn within AP news minute the white house's new guidance will be released in a day on how to re open the country from the coronavirus shut downs the battle continues but the data suggests that Dacian wide we have passed the peak in Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says infections increased five percent this week with nearly five thousand people infected most tragically of course we learned today of forty two new deaths this is forty two new Angelenos who lost their life because of covert nineteen I want my protest at Michigan state capitol we're a conservative coalition is objecting to the governor's strict guidelines stocks fell after reports on steep drops in production and retail sales because of the virus and closures the Dow lost four hundred forty five points I'm Jackie Quinn Chris Cuomo says it breaks his heart to know that just a couple of weeks after he had tested positive for covert nineteen that his wife now has the disease Cuomo told his TV audience the news during an interview with his brother New York governor Andrew Cuomo he said seeing his wife get the virus that has sparked a global pandemic was the one thing that he had hoped would not happen well lamented that his wife had been caring for him since he got sick and that her reward turned out that she got ill I'm Oscar wells Gabriel the trump administration says despite the closure of a pork processing plant in South Dakota and a number of beef producers around the country people shouldn't worry about food shortages agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen American to be might be worried about access to good food because of this I want to assure you the American food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington the massive federal relief package for the nation small businesses is about to run out and Congress has stalled on another bailout package the.

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on AP News

"Be released in a day on how to re open the country from the coronavirus shutdowns the battle continues but the data suggests that Dacian wide we have passed the peak in Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says infections increased five percent this week with nearly five thousand people infected most tragically of course we learned today of forty two new deaths this is forty two new Angelenos who lost their life because of covert nineteen I want my protest at Michigan state capitol we're a conservative coalition is objecting to the governor's strict guidelines stocks fell after reports on steep drops in production and retail sales because of the virus and closures the Dow lost four hundred forty five points I'm Jackie Quinn Chris Cuomo says it breaks his heart to know that just a couple of weeks after he had tested positive for coke at nineteen that is wife now has the disease Cuomo told his TV audience the news during an interview with his brother New York governor Andrew Cuomo he said seeing his wife get the virus that has sparked a global pandemic was the one thing that he had hoped would not happen almost a mentor that is wife had been caring for him since he got sick and that her reward turned out that she got ill I'm Oscar wells Gabriel the trump administration says despite the closure of a pork processing plant in South Dakota and a number of beef producers around the country people shouldn't worry about food shortages agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen American to be you might be worried about access to good food because of this I want to assure you that Merican food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington the massive federal relief package for the nation small businesses is about to run out and Congress has stalled on another bailout package the three hundred forty nine billion dollar lending limit for the government's page check protection program is on the verge or has been maxed out the trump administration's ask Congress for another two hundred fifty billion dollars for the program but that request is stalled.

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South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

"The trump administration says despite the closure of a pork processing plant in South Dakota and a number of beef producers around the country people shouldn't worry about food shortages agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen American to be might be worried about access to good food because of this I want to assure you the American food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

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South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

"Agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen American to be you might be worried about access to good food because of this I want to assure you that Merican food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

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South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

"Agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen American to be you might be worried about access to good food because of this I want to assure you that Merican food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

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South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

"Agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen American to be you might be worried about access to good food because of this I want to assure you that Merican food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

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South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

"Agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen American to be you might be worried about access to good food because of this I want to assure you that Merican food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

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South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

"Agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen American to be you might be worried about access to good food because of this I want to assure you that Merican food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

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South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

South Dakota COVID cases top 1,100; meat plant worker dies

"Agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we have plenty of food for all of our citizens noting the closure of a Smithfield foods plant in South Dakota where more than five hundred workers are infected with cope with nineteen American to be you might be worried about access to good food because of this I want to assure you that Merican food supply is strong resilient and say but some economists say there could be meet shortages even the C. E. O. of Smithfield says the closure of the Sioux falls plant which produces about five percent of the nation's pork products is pushing the country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply Jackie Quinn Washington

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Trump suggests more farm bailouts as China purchases fall short

Science Friday

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Trump suggests more farm bailouts as China purchases fall short

"The president's hinting that America's farmers could be in line for additional federal aid if the new phase one trade deal with China fails to provide the promise boost in farm sales in pure Scott Horsley reports that's on top of the twenty eight billion dollars the administration has already earmarked for farm relief farmers are a key constituency for president trump as he seeks reelection this year trump tweeted that if farmers need additional aid until trade deals with China and other countries fully kick in that aid will be provided by the federal government earlier this week I've culture secretary Sonny Perdue said additional aid would probably not be needed and twenty twenty because China is supposed to substantially increase its purchases of US farm products despite those assurances farmers have continued to struggle with low prices farm bankruptcies jumped twenty percent last year with Wisconsin leading the way trump says any additional aid for farmers we paid for with terror of revenue terrace are largely collected from American importers Scott Worsley NPR news

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Food Fight: How 2 Trump Proposals Could Bite Into School Lunch

All Things Considered

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Food Fight: How 2 Trump Proposals Could Bite Into School Lunch

"Two new is now that the trump administration is working on a pair of rule changes to reduce what it calls fraud in a big government program but as in pairs Corey Turner reports hundreds of thousands of kids will lose access to a free lunch at school for change number one the trump administration is targeting the supplemental nutrition assistance program known as snap or food stamps Sonny Perdue the US secretary of agriculture told reporters that states have been too generous with the program some states are taking advantage of loopholes that allow people to receive the snap benefits who would otherwise not qualifying for which they are not entitled by tightening the rules the government estimates more than three million people will lose access to food stamps now what's that got to do with the free school lunch program it depends on who you ask the truth is the real impact of this rule on school lunches is virtually zero that Sam Donaldson policy director of the foundation for government accountability he testified earlier this month before the house oversight committee but at the same hearing Dianne Sullivan told a very different story without snap in addition to having less food at home my sons could lose access to free school meals Sullivan is an advocate with the group witnesses to hunger and has two sons in high school not everyone can agree on at least one fact here food stamps and free school lunch are separate programs but for millions of kids they're connected that's because years ago Congress worried that many low income kids weren't eating at school simply because their parents hadn't filled out the paperwork so lawmakers throughout the paperwork telling school district any child in a family that gets food stamps should automatically get free lunch so what happens to kids when their families lose access to food stamps well the trump administration

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on KGO 810

"That most certainly starchy foods like potatoes will place green vegetables and fattening foods like hamburgers would be served daily as snacks Sonny Perdue the agriculture secretary boy is he a piece of work schools and school districts continue to tell us if there is still too much food waste and that more common sense flexibility is needed to provide students nutrition and appetizing meals we've listened now we're going to work four five eight zero eight zero eight they're a limiting this is a bomb is prescription for fruits and vegetables remember the combat in child obesity was Michelle Obama's signature issue it became a rallying cry for supporters and a lightning rod for conservative critics who saw it as a penalizing the liberal nanny state of the Obama era nanny state thank god Mrs Obama pressed to update federal nutrition standards and to bring a healthier foods to schools you may recall she plot of the White House kitchen garden on the south lawn the first real garden since owner results World War two victory garden and and she invited students to sow and harvest each year and Michelle Obama great in the first task force on childhood obesity and develop let's move campaign that aims to get children to engage in sixty minutes of physical activity it each day we are told by Giuliana Cullen a nutrition professor at Harvard University school of public health that Mrs Obama's work improve the diets of millions of children especially vulnerable children in food insecure households this is Colin said food waste was a problem before the healthier standards were enacted so roll on the back won't solve that problem it's just that more people are paying attention to the issue now did you know that there are fourteen million school children or about nineteen percent of America's kids who were considered obese.

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Democrats announce new US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement with White House

CNBC's Fast Money

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Democrats announce new US-Mexico-Canada trade agreement with White House

"One of the two major variables on trade got solved earlier today. As you mentioned house. Democrats announcing awesome deal with the White House on. US MCA negotiators from the US. Mexico and Canada in Mexico City to sign infect the revised deal the Senate Senate will not vote on this until after impeachment trial some Republicans have raised concerns about how union friendly the deal is even speaker. Pelosi is confirming that the house will vote the next week. We're declaring victory for the American worker and what is in this agreement but we would never not any one of us is is important enough for us to hold up a trade agreement that is important for American workers a because any collateral benefit that might have proved to anyone of us. The White House is aiming to have the text to the hill by December. Fifteen th. That's the same day that New China tariffs could go into effect in the last week. Economic Adviser Larry Cudlow. Oh Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross have suggested talks are on track and president trump could delay tariffs only if the US receives enough concessions Russians in return but others have gone further. Take a look at what Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said yesterday said quote. We have a deadline coming up on December fifteenth for another Toronto Tariffs. I do not believe those will be implemented and I think we may see some backing away. The main reason for many officials reluctance to speak speak for president trump is that they always has the final say and he has surprised some of them in the

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Search Results Web results Asia stock markets mixed as attention on looming trade deadline

Bloomberg Best

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Search Results Web results Asia stock markets mixed as attention on looming trade deadline

"Asian equities are treading water today ahead of a deadline for more terrorists in the US China trade war White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the two sides are conducting nearly round the clock talks and agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue says he does not think the US will impose new terrace on December

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Stocks dip as tariff deadline approaches

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Stocks dip as tariff deadline approaches

"But we continue to see a little bit of weakness in the equity market volume though he is on the light side with trading right now the S. and P. five hundred about twenty percent below the thirty day average and within the broader market the S. and P. is down two tenths of one percent weakness here being led by the utility stocks also seeing a dip in some of the health care names along with info tech shares on the positive side some of the consumer staples shares benefiting and the consumer discretionary stocks pushing higher as well the Dow is off about three tenths of one percent and for the nasdaq composite of decline that is a little bit greater than two tenths of one percent so even though we have thin trading today the week ahead is brimming with potential catalyst we've got two key central bank meetings the fed and the ECB and then they're on top of that is this looming deadline in the US China trade war and the question of whether or not the U. S. on Sunday will go ahead with the planned increase in tariffs now earlier today agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue was saying the U. S. is unlikely to

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Trump administration moves to remove 700,000 people from food stamps

Morning Edition

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Trump administration moves to remove 700,000 people from food stamps

"The week the trump administration releasing details of how it's gonna tighten work requirements meeting an estimated seven hundred thousand low income people may no longer get food benefits from the snap program food stamps as we reported yesterday the agriculture department says it wants to push into the work force what are termed able bodied people don't support children or disable dependence what are their job prospects here's market place's Meghan McCarty Karina they're officially called able bodied adults without dependents workers under fifty who aren't pregnant or disabled and should be able to find work according to agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue we know now they're more job openings than there are people to fill those jobs but there are hurdles even in a strong labor markets as economist Craig Gundersen at the university of Illinois who studies snap recipients a lot of people have mental health issues that are diagnosed it may make it difficult for them to find it hold a job or they may not have graduated high school or face racial discrimination and the administration's focus on the millions of job openings may not be meaningful says Josh Bevans with the economic policy institute he does have a lot of job openings that exists on paper but firms are not super serious about selling and they may even be less serious about filling them with the kind of people who are currently seeking jobs today the trump administration says the move will save about a billion

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Nearly 700,000 Americans could lose food stamps under Trump plan

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Nearly 700,000 Americans could lose food stamps under Trump plan

"The trump administration today spelled out details of how it will tighten the rules of the snap program subsidized food for low income. People Food Stamps speaking on CNBC this morning. The Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue said the first of several real planned phases of new rules is aimed at adults with no children or disabled dependents. What we WANNA do is increase employment? We need these people in the workforce site people who've been on the welfare Ben on food stamps. We're trying to get them in. Sometimes it is difficult when you bet out of a job for longtime. We're trying to help. These people get get back into a personal dignity of work and becoming part of the productive economy of the United States. Estimated seven hundred fifty thousand people could lose eligibility ability to the food stamps system by the middle of this coming year. I spoke just now with Marcia. Fudge Democrat from Ohio share of the House Subcommittee on agriculture. She says despite despite requests the administration did not gather the data to get the profiles of people who lose benefits fair saying today that they want to restrict access to snap for able bodied Americans. They don't even know who they are talking about. They have no data to determine whether these people are veterans sleeping on the streets. They're homeless people people with PTSD or having most perhaps they have no idea whether these people even have the capacity to work but more importantly is there even any jobs for the last fiscal year. The snap program cost sixty eight billion dollars a private sector tally of US payrolls today shows hiring slowing sharply last month according to ADP sixty seven thousand more jobs created in November much lower than back

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Yeah in two thousand six governor Sonny Perdue publicly thanks Joe on behalf of the state of Georgia I will show breaking the and weather news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. house lawmakers got their first look at the intelligence committee's impeachment report a behind closed doors review it's expected the committee will vote on Tuesday to send the report to the Judiciary Committee that panel chair is not happy president trump in London for the NATO summit won't be attending Wednesday's hearing judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler writing that it's unfortunate the president and his lawyers will not participate in the hearing saying voters deserve transparency that we're saying of president trump things his call with Ukraine was perfect but he has nothing to hide by stopping aides from testifying and blocking evidence Congress requested the president and Republicans are spent weeks demanding trouble lawyers be involved and it's now turned down the invitation ABC's Andy field the White House asked the Supreme Court for permission to resume executing federal convicts as soon as next week Jimmy Carter is back in the hospital in Americus Georgia the ninety five year old thirty ninth president he's being treated for a urinary tract infection Richard can't to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm Jill Michael's news ninety three point one.

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"President Trump and the last year as chief of staff for Sonny Perdue at the USDA and Ray and I are going to talk about the dietary guidelines can we get them fixed? I remind you about lean beef. It's all about tender beef actually, the mile stat genes president the Piedmontese cattle nets passed to your cattle so Intercon tracked with long creek cattle company on the web hungry. Kemoko dot com. Ray this I'm still disappointed in the Trump administration and this one areas that we're not making enough progress when it comes to our dietary pro we're have our kids on path of starvation and depredation. And I'll say this, this, and this is where some of my conservative tendencies may come out more. Clearly we spend an inordinate amount of time at the federal. Level dickering over what's going to be easy, Christian guidelines, and that is because they are used to set so many other standards throughout the federal government throughout programs. Ministers, if you will, by not issue SEA about other agencies will, and at the end of the day, folks know what they should be eating. They shouldn't be now a difference in, you know, six hundred calories five hundred calories that I may not recognize of course, but on the whole, we all of that all things in moderation, you know, and you ought to eat a balanced diet. And so that's one of the Washington DC thing that creates a lot of pomp and circumstance, and it has to it does because it affects so much in terms of government run programs. But at the end of the day is anybody come back and look, let's think about it this way tramp. We haven't always had nutritional gatlin, but in the years, that it started we would all have to agree. That the health of Americans has got considerably worse when it comes to what we add. So I don't know if they're working or not, as what it would really be nice to have a fresh conversation about it. We need to be doing this government be in the business of telling people what or should we leave that to the health sector experts in our schools, and conversations with our physicians. And you know, our own research up. Sure, I'm not gonna make everybody happy with that operation. But, but I think he's worth bringing up right? Reminds me of the day, I got on an airplane in Omaha flying to Houston, and the gentleman sitting next to me, the his business was consulting with school systems on how to make sure they were complying with USDA guidelines, and I said, well, you know, nutrition certainly isn't what it used to be. And he's all man nutrition's really gotten to be complex and I let him go on for a little bit. And then I just ask a simple question. I said, how do you figure that nutrition and feeding the bodies any different than it was for my grandparents when they were born in nineteen eighteen? And he looked at me and he said, you know, the tradition is what it used to be. We've screwed it up. I said, yeah, that's my now, the industrial conflicts around fighting over what soon in what's out. What's, what's bad? That's that's where we got bloated. I think we should celebrate the choices we have as American consumers. Thank you, Ray Starling for your time in DC represented car interest in joining us. Loose tails, always remember be gentle stay firm. Bush Buick GMC Cadillac, red white and blue sale. The aftermath of the raising of the mammoth, eighty foots play bulletin in the flame..

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Fighting back and motions from the destruction. But I tell you they were still full of pride and their intention for tomorrow. I sat with the people in Hamburg who have last two thirds of their town two floodwaters their water and sewer facilities have been compromised and the destruction to the egg community. Just in that small area loan is devastating. We laid everything out. They talked about what they were facing. And in their next response. I heard him say we've not they've not lost their fight. And they don't know how to give up. All right. That is the governor of Iowa Kim Reynolds talking about the devastation now, this is all throughout the midwest in America and the amount of damage record floods unprecedented, damage and difficulty that the people of Iowa are facing and what happens next governor? I I know I speak on behalf of everybody on this program. We're really sorry about all you've been through and tell us what the latest is. Thanks, sean. I really appreciate that. And appreciate you really helping us bring awareness just a catastrophic situation that we're dealing with not only the while. But my good friend to the west governor, Rick. It's in Nebraska is just it's heart wrenching. It's horrific. When you see it look when I did the flyover yesterday morning along the Missouri. Look like an ocean and to see, you know, generational farms that were over topped to think about communities where I sat down with the mayor and here that two thirds of your community. Your your city has been wiped out we have sewer and water treatment facilities that have been compromised. It's just it's almost overwhelming. But at every community that I was in the first responders the emergency managers that teamwork and coordination, and they all said this. From central to local has been phenomenal. And we didn't have a lot of time with this one. So we had to react really really quickly and just getting people evacuated we had communities that access has been cut off. And we had community is doing rescues are rescue efforts from about. And you know, it goes on and on and and we're just getting started. We're in this for the long governor. What is the I know you were pretty successful in the evacuation. What is the long-term damage in all of this while we're still assessing that right now? But it's it is gonna be just significant. And I appreciate you know, the president's response to this. He has I talked to his representatives at the White House. I had a call yesterday from secretary Sonny Perdue the agricultural impact allowed. We had then after Ben after being that his full of grain and elevators that have a lot of grain. That's lost. We have live dot that's been. Wajda? We have just tremendous infrastructure problems. Not only with our main interstates and highways, but a lot of secondary roads that are going to be impacted. I've had a call from administrator Linda McMahon. So what do we can talk about? You know, let's have to put a strategy in place. We have to see what we can do immediately. Then we have to have a long-term plan as well. But just damn reaching out to me that say were aware of the situation. We know what's going on. Here's I received information from the small business administrator madman this morning about how we can access grants and funding to help relocate businesses and get people back in their homes. I talked to secretary Chao this morning as well. There's an opportunity for us to access at our early release of emergency funding for you from the US DOT federal highway administration to get the, you know, the infrastructure up and going so we can move commerce in and out of the state and in and I pulled all of my cabinet members together too. So that we're seeing Leslie looking for ways that we can. Respond and get the damage assessments down. So that we can get the information to the different cabinet the different areas to help help pull the resources and really start to rebuild and recover. Well, no, the president tweeted out his team is staying in very close contact with you and also local officials managing the floods and supporting the first responders and long-term you're going to need some support which by the way, you know, the American people of the most generous on earth. I'm sure that whatever is needed. They'll step up and help their fellow Americans out what needed and you just see it over and over the sense of community that I don't know if I said, this I tell you what I've been going twenty four seven, but we have vice president Pence it's going to be in today. I'm meeting him and governor Rick and Omaha. We're gonna do a fly over you really need to see it to really get a sense of how you know, the amount of flooding. It looked like an ocean as I drove over on Sunday. So. I mean, it's just I can't think the outreach and just the willingness to say we stand ready, you know, to help wherever we can and to help expedite the process. And that's so important because you know, we tend to look at government and bureaucracy and red tape we're going to have to figure out how to be innovative even creek in coordinating resources to get this done to to to really start the recovery process. So I'm so glad you expect. It's going to impact potentially some of the farmland in Iowa, which we as a country rely on so much. Yeah. I'm really nervous about I mean where resilient. We'll come back. But just the fact that you know, we've got a we've got corn. That's not that's gone that this is when they'd be moving to market, and a lot of that is an insured. The ago. So we've got an issue there. We gotta get rid of the water and get the fields back in shape. We have to make sure the roads are okay. So that we can start to plant for the new season. You know, that's an issue. I couple of my farmers down in one of our small counties in southwest Iowa said this is just candidates. This is one person that's talking about that area. Three hundred ninety thousand bushels of soya beans over a million bushels of corn that have been impacted and we're still assessing it. So let you know what we've got some of the farmers and in the entire world. We take very seriously our role in feeding and fueling the world. And we're doing more on lesson with technology and innovation are going to get out of the field. We're gonna rebuild we're going to be ready to go. You know, we'll just we just have to. That's why we're started recovery today. I mean, we have to be sure that we're doing everything we can that when they get ready to get in the field and to get the start the new season that we can get them there that the roads are ready to go, and that, you know, in the fields are ready to go. And so. That's a lot of what we're working on an also just in our community is getting people back into housing and getting our businesses relocated. So that we can not lose that congress in these small communities across you know, across the western side of the state. I know the president the vice president they'll be all over it. And I'm sure emergency funding will be appropriated as it should be. So we want you to know the rest of the country is you know, you're in our thoughts and prayers wish you the best. And so sorry this happened. I know how traumatic it can be for people that losing everything their farms their homes and things may seem bleak now, but these waters will recede and life will go on and until then American standby ready to help you and we're resilient. We are Iowans. We are tough. That's true. Right. We New Yorkers are kind of tough to but we care about our friends at Iowa. Okay. Deal. Colin. Needed. Governor Kim Reynolds of Ioannou joined by Governor Pete Ricketts of Nebraska, and he's here to talk about.

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Reopen. Bruce Michaels KM, Shane news. The Senate Judiciary committee has voted to approve William bar President Trump's nominee for attorney general to the full Senate for a final confirmation vote. Mr. As ten names. The nomination will be favorably reported to the floor. Republicans praise bar is well qualified some Democrats were concerned he might not make public the findings from special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. The nation's top farm leader is invited to visit the central valley. The details from KM Jay's act director, Dan York. Congressman TJ Cox confirms that USDA secretary Sonny Perdue we'll make another visit to the central valley as soon as he can in a statement. The congressman says he had a productive and open conversation with secretary. Perdue Cox goes on to say that the challenges facing our agriculture community. Do not come with a partisan label, and neither should the solutions secretary Sonny Perdue as made several trips to California over the past year, including the central valley last August, Dan York, KPMG news on Wall Street. The Dow down two hundred ninety two points. It's eleven three AK MJ valley weather right now, partly cloudy. Fifty at Radio City hitting a high today of fifty five cold this evening. A low of thirty three overnight. Right tomorrow for your Friday, some sun and clouds, a high of fifty seven expecting rain this weekend. And we have a winter storm watch in effect from this afternoon through late Sunday night for the Sierra Nevada from Yosemite kings canyon and the Tillery county mountains with news on the hour on the half. And when it breaks, I'm Liz news talk, five eighty one zero five nine AM. Jay Appleton.

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"Like, it's you know, they are they see that the according to the notes that we have from the Truman library high shout out to trim in this person sets overseas that the laws are enforced and that people receive Justice. Okay. Wait, wait, the attorney general make sure that people receive Justin that seems so not like a job description. It also seems like not happening and they appoint special investigation teams. And they've run the Justice apart Justice department, not to be confused with the supreme court not to be confused with two different things different things. Precourt acts independently from all of all of the branches they are told they are branch in and of themselves and the Justice department is a department within the federal government. I love it. Right. Not be more clear. There's nothing I would add it about how this function. You know, what I mean, just kidding? Once again, this seems like a first draft. To go out of government, really clean some of the sub gentlemen. Well that little bit. Okay. Great. Let's let's pound through these next folks, I feel like they're all like living in the same world. So tell me what the secretary of interior is the secretary of interior. They are the person that leads the department of the interior want want which protects and improves the natural resources of the nation's national parks and forest. This is actually pretty specific. This is very specific. It's not happening not happening because we've lost like how many hundreds of Joshua trees that were down past government shutdown. And also we keep like giving away protected right protected land and running like, huge transportation pipelines through protected land and through natural resources and flooding them with oil because we haven't done proper oversight, and blah, blah, blah job. I think needs to be taken a little bit more. Seriously is what I'm saying about that. Right. And right now, the person is also. An acting official is David Bernhardt. And it used to be Ryan Zinke, Zinke. Yeah. Yeah. Sally, ryan. He is now gone. Secretary of agriculture love this hope, but straightforward is it I'm gonna guess farms. I that's what I guess. Right. Yeah. Focuses on the safety and regulation of food production and works with the farmers yet. Shoutout to farmers and that current person is Sonny Perdue. Hell, yeah. Next up is a fan favorite of mine. It's the secretary of commerce. This is a this is a confusing one to me. But the this secretary leads the department of commerce, which assists. The businesses of the nation sets trade policies and enforces rules for moving materials across the country and around the world. Okay. Great. But my question is current acting person is or the current percents on acting is Wilbur Ross who's also the census, dude, right? How is the census falling on the department of commerce? It's based on what I just said, my guess would be the if you're doing the business of the nation. It's about knowing like if you're going to do the business. Yes, exactly. Like, if you're going to do it properly, you have to know who like wear where people are so that you're not like, you know, setting up a bunch of like train, depots and Wyoming. We're like that might not be necessary. Like, you're going to put things in like more populated areas. Yeah. It also helps like with if you're talking about like, interstate transportation of goods and services like you need to know where those goods and services should go. I hear that. But again like total stab in the dark. That's a great stab in the dark. But it's just it's interesting for those of you who don't know. So there's a lot of controversy surrounding the census right now. Because Wilbur Ross added a question about citizenship to the census. He's also the same guy who is like, I don't understand my federal workers are going to food. Yes. He did say that during the shot. Downs. It Wilbur Ross is a billionaire case, you couldn't guess guess by name like Wilbur all right shout out to my wilburs area..

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Program. Thanks a lot going on lots to get to. We will have be agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue him at at the bottom of our three. And we've got next hour. It's going to be Adam Brandon. He's the president of freedomworks, and of course, the topic du jour the topic does your means carry of the day. Wow. You are multi-lingual. Multi-lingual anyway. Yes, it is Sonny Perdue it is Adam Brandon Brandon from freedomworks, and again, we just we're all flabbergasted that anybody is giving a rebuttal. It may be the first time in history. A free bottle has been given. Maybe right. So type the word pre bottle because it'll being grammar, man. I don't think it was a word. I guess it's a word. Pre wasn't. It wasn't flagged as being incorrect. Word. Misspelling, but pre Buttle appears to be a word. What the heck is going on here. So we've got that for you. We're going to spend a lot of time in the state of the union, obviously, it's for me. It's a quandary because I don't know whether the president will do. What would help him the most? And then again, I'm not sure I know what would help him the most explain that this way. There's so much positive stuff. Economically, jobs wise, growth, GDP wages trade deals are standing in the world. There's so much positive going on right? That I would like for him to focus on that the entire time. But the red meat for those who voted for who. Otherwise might not have voted Republican was the fact that he talked about how he loves the country in that the wall is gonna be big and beautiful Mexico's gonna pay for it. And and we have to do so either our country or not a country. So to me, it's a conundrum. I don't know what I wanted to do. I hope that he does a little bit of both. But I really do wanted to focus on the economic numbers, which are so good. I mean asking the question are you better off today that you were four years ago is a good one? He can ask her you better off today than you were two years ago. And we if we're talking about wages for job opportunities. If we're talking about income, we're talking about the paycheck bottom line because of lower taxes. Yeah, you're a lot better off if you work in the United States of America. Carries? That makes sense. I don't know what she's going to focus on. But I fear that he gets into the negative and stays there. Now, I think he's really gonna hit the economy hard because that's really good right now, and that's a positive, and then maybe, but he has to go hard also with the wall and the shutdown, and maybe you know, you guys have until February the fifteenth and there's still time to come together. Maybe some unification maybe try to spin it in a positive way. I think it'd be interesting. Well, he tried to do that in that speech that he gave you know, a few weeks ago and he's talking about bipartisanship. Let's work together. Let's fix the border. And then they came out and just let them up for five or six very uncomfortable minutes. Have you got a nuts and bolts story about what we can expect tonight? I don't know they're releasing the state of the union speech beforehand because again with this president, you never really sure. But God, what do you have this is from our website away? I President Donald Trump will deliver his annual state of the union address to a divided congress on Tuesday night. The White House has said that Trump will call for unity and continue attempt to convince democratic members of congress to fund the construction of a wall on sections of the US Mexico border. Kellyanne Conway told reporters Trump's speech will call for an end to the politics of resistance in retribution and she urged people to listen to the message not always just look at the messenger. Should that? Trump is not likely to declare a national emergency to secure funding for the border wall and said he will make one last call for Democrats to come to the bargaining table before the February fifteenth deadline when funding. For a multitude of government agencies or runs out for the second time, the national -mergency if in fact, he were to execute on that is because he believes we have a crisis on the southern border, and the congress has failed to do its job Conway explained to hammer home is point on securing the border, President Trump's invited a human trafficking investigator from the department of homeland security and the family of Nevada. Couple who was killed by undocumented immigrant from El Salvador, President Trump's expected to call for congress to work together on fixing America's crumbling infrastructure and offer a plan to reign in the out of control cost of prescription drugs. But the administration is saying is we should be working together on these issues. Brian Lanza, former Trump campaign advisor who's been briefed on the speech to the Wall Street Journal, adding that Trump will tell Democrats if he's prepared to go forward alone, if they are not willing to compromise. It will also use a speech to tout his successes, including the strong economy, low unemployment, especially within minority communities and his and hits the criminal Justice reform Bill. He recently signed into law at the state of the union will beginning. PM eastern time and will be aired on all major broadcast networks. Gonna be interesting got to be very interesting to watch. That's nine eastern time. Right. Yes. And o'clock center. Strange. It just the the whole thing is strange that there's so much negativity going into what basically is just a progress report. That's what the state of the union is. It's a progress report. The president comes on once a year, and he says. My fellow Americans are state of the union is that he fills in the blanks for the next thirty forty fifty minutes. And yeah, of course, there's always some politics being played. But. Now, what do you want to hear tonight? What do you think you'll do tonight? We'll take your phone calls when we come back. Eight eight nine four one pags joepags.

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Have you here? Welcome to the program. Thanks a lot going on to get to. We will have the agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue at at the bottom of our three. And we've got next hour. It's going to be Adam Brandon. He's the president of freedom works. And of course, the topic. Do your the topic of the day. Wow. You are multi-lingual. Multi-lingual anyway. Yes, it is Sonny Perdue it is Adam Brandon Brandon from freedomworks, and and again, we just we're all flabbergasted that anybody is giving a rebuttal. It may be the first time in history. A free bottle has been given names. Maybe. Right. So I type the word pre bottle because it'll be in grammar, man. I don't think it was a word. I guess it's a word. Pre wasn't. It wasn't flagged as being incorrect. Word. That's a misspelling. Appears to be a word. What the heck is going on here. So we've got that for you spend a lot of time to say the union, obviously, it's for me. It's a quandary because I don't know whether the president will do. What would help him the most? And then again, I'm not sure I know what would help him the most. And I'll explain that this way. There's so much positive stuff. Economically, jobs wise, growth, GDP wages trade deals are standing in the world. There's so much positive going on right? That I would like for him to focus on that the entire time. But the red meat for those who voted for who. Otherwise might not have voted Republican was the fact that he talked about how he loves the country in that the wall is going to be big and beautiful next is going to pay for it. And and we have to do so either our country or we're not a country. So to me, it's a conundrum. I don't know what I wanted to do. I hope that he does a little bit of both. But I really do want to focus on the economic numbers, which are so good. I mean asking the question are you better off today that you were four years ago is a good one? He can ask me you better off today than you. You're two years ago. And we if we're talking about wages for job opportunities. If we're talking about income, we're talking about the paycheck bottom line because of lower taxes. Yeah, you're a lot better off if you work in the United States of America carries that make sense of I don't know what she's going to focus on. But I fear that he gets into the negative and stays there. Now, I think he's really gonna hit the economy hard because that's really good right now the positive and then maybe, but he has. Go hard also with the wall and a shutdown, and maybe you know, you guys have until February the fifteenth and there's still time to come together. Maybe some unification maybe try to spend it in a positive way. I think that'd be interesting. Well, he tried to do that in that speech that he gave you know, a few weeks ago, and he's talking about bipartisanship, let's work together. What's fixed the border, and then they came out and just let them up for five or six very uncomfortable minutes. Have you got a nuts and bolts story about what we can expect tonight? I don't know. They're releasing the state of the union speech beforehand because again with this president you never really sure we have this is from our website W away. I President Donald Trump will deliver his annual state of the union address to a divided congress on Tuesday night. The White House has said that Trump will call for unity and continue as attempt to convince democratic members of congress to fund the construction of a wall on sections of the US Mexico border. Kellyanne Conway told reporters Trump's speech will call for an end to the politics of resistance in retribution and she urged people to listen to the message not always just look at the messenger. She said that Trump is not likely to declare a national emergency to secure funding for the border wall and said, we'll make one last call for Democrats to come to the bargaining table before the February fifteenth deadline when funding for a multitude of government agencies or runs out for the second time, the national emergency. If in fact, he were to execute on that is because he believes we have a crisis on the southern border, and the congress has failed to do its job Conway explained to hammer home is point on securing the border, President Trump's invited as human trafficking investigator from the department of homeland security and a family of Nevada. Couple who is killed by an undocumented immigrant from. El Salvador, President Trump's expected to call for congress to work together on fixing America's crumbling infrastructure and offer planned arena and the out of control cost of prescription drugs administration is saying is we should be working together on these issues. Brian Lanza, former Trump campaign advisor who's been briefed on the speech to the Wall Street Journal, adding that Trump will Democrats if he's prepared to go forward alone, if they are not willing to compromise. Also, use a speech to tout his successes, including the strong economy, low unemployment, especially within minority communities and his and hits the criminal Justice reform Bill. He recently signed into law at the state of the union will begin at nine pm eastern time. It'll be aired on all major broadcast networks. Interesting got to be very interesting to watch that's nine eastern time. Right. Yes. Center. Strange. The whole thing is strange. There's so much negativity going into what basically is just a progress report. That's what the state of the union is. It's a progress report. The president comes on once a year, and he says. My fellow Americans state of the union is that he fills in the blanks for the next thirty forty fifty minutes. Of course, there's always some politics being played, but not to the level. We're seeing now what do you want to hear tonight? What do you think you'll do tonight? We'll take your phone calls when we come back. Eight eight nine four.

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on KTOK

"And a president does not even close. But it can't go on this way. We can't allow this to happen. And if you notice yesterday, and I think it was a big story or should have been but China as a sign of goodwill has agreed to purchase a tremendous massive amount of soybeans and other agricultural product. Our farmers this morning, a very happy. I spoke to Sonny Perdue secretary of agriculture. He called me this morning. Our farmers. Extremely happy. Sixty eight wall, you can't build wall on right on. Genucel. May slow down. Don't get caught of rose tens of thousands. I just wanna test flew on US soil. Order patrol. Walsall what we're going to solve the problem, and we're also working on different things because there's so many loopholes. You're right touch the land all of a sudden that's a catch and release deal. They become they go into the country. And in some cases, if they're criminals you released a dog country. It's a ridiculous thing. It's a loophole that if you look at the visa lottery, and if you look at all of these other chain migration, we have to fix all of John is very important. The Wallace is the most important thing by far, but we have to fix the loopholes. You're one hundred percent, right. Okay. Yeah. Regressions? You raise? Honestly, I don't think she has a clue. I really don't. I don't think that she has a clue and I see that what she says Walser Boral. She doesn't have. She doesn't know. And I wish she did. Because she's hurting this country so badly. It's all rhetorical not delivered. Well, but it's all rhetorical. She's hurting our country very very badly. Even with statements like that. Okay. Thank you very much. Go ahead. Threatened western recipient from China. The raising first of all you have to add countries. Obviously as old, but very importantly one side has not been adhering to it. We have one side hasn't so listed here. We should only one.

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"And does he work for big fat? He is getting to that. He is a what he calls a small business owner. However, he is actually agricultural tycoon, and he was the governor of Georgia. So oh, that's not the focus of private plane. Yeah. So in keeping a small business owner young alert. Well, I'm rolling in LA Honda fit. You got a Honda Civic? But that Honda life. Here in keeping with Trump's brand Sonny Perdue has a predictably awful ethics track record when he was governor Purdue face thirteen complaints of ethics violations. Two of which resulted in findings that he broke state law in two thousand and two sounds like a man who needs fucking promotion to this guy. Fucking John in two thousand and two Purdue was caught funneling legal amounts of money from his private businesses into his campaign and again in two thousand five Purdue had to pay a fine for improper campaign contributions and Phil to correctly report the use of his private plane for a campaign event. The I love that he's got a private plans. I'm a small business owner. Marcy, Purdue also has a history of appointing campaign donors to government positions like in two thousand and two Clarence Beatles. The CEO of a lumber company in Georgia donated produce campaign and was rewarded with an appointment to the Georgia force re commissioned the following year. Can't appoint someone to a forestry commission whose last name is. Beatles. So the enemy of the tree commonsense. Spelled like Beatles. It was the right there. Do you think? No. They're cartoon villains. That's what I wouldn't. Now. It does seem weird that the appoint people who are very much against these things too. Like the commissions that are supposed to be protecting these. I mean, it's not weird so much as it is evil predictable. And but it's like cartoon village. Feels like a Scrooge mcduck in move. I don't understand why that's not obvious John Pearson. General contractor in Georgia also donated to Purdue and was rewarded with an appointment to the construction industry licensing board. That's a nice thing for him. I just need to start donating to. I mean, that's a hell of a patriot. Right. That's like patriotic meets linked together. We call it government. Most noteworthy in produce corruption was in two thousand four when his attorney personally intervened on a piece of legislation giving Purdue a one hundred thousand dollar tax break on some land that he had purchased in Florida. The governor of Georgia hang on let me slam. That's the Bill which produce signed himself the following year in two thousand five gave land buyers relief on capital gains tax in Georgia. If they sold land in Georgia and purchase land in another stiff fucking Georgia that also seems really specific to him. Yeah. He's like, well, I'm just gonna this is what I did last year. I don't like a discounts on some block for red headed girl. So go to Hawaii but can't afford it. So that's unprotected. That's from show done do nothing for. Yeah. It does seem very specific. But Laura, I'm just I'm just highlighting the fact that this dude has some. The co conflicts, and this is the guy who's like, no, let's get arcades fatten unhealthy. So what he's doing is. They are allowing whole milk and chocolate milk to be sold in. Which was you know, there's been study after study that links milk with obesity and not not just like, not stronger, bones, Bullock, brittle bones. And then there's that whole campaign when we were going up with the milk mustaches and everything that saying milk was a significant source of calcium. And it's just not young studies have shown that that is not true. That's not vegan shit. That's just real real shit. That's care about for your bones. Your coffee, do you? But he trying to get calcium. Go elsewhere. He is also rolling back. The maximum sodium sugar and fat content and lunches so things. Like, geez. Are going to be more readily available. That is also been linked to city. So that's great. So everything's on fire. Everything hurts. Yeah. The American Heart Association published a letter along with several groups of doctors, speaking out against produced this isn't in the healthy hunger free kids act this thing, I know about men like this. They don't fucking letters. So I don't know what we're doing here you need to cyberbullying. These someone American Heart Association. Cheeseburgers cheeseburgers burners. Oh,.

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"What Brian coop would like to do is be able to find a funding mechanism whereby he can give teachers a pay raise? It was his signature issue on the campaign trail in Stacey. Gms repeatedly mocked him on the campaign trail. Instead, there was no way he was going to be able to pull this off. Brian Kim wants to pull this off. Brian Kip wants to give teachers pay raise in the state of Georgia. He remembers Roy Barnes. He remembers the problems. He had it is reelection. We Sonny Perdue wasn't just the flag. They're huge teacher issues with Roy Barnes. Mark Taylor was scuttled because teachers really didn't support him against Sonny. Perdue Nathan did deal a lot of support from teachers Brian Kemp once that teachers supported the state of Georgia and the best way to get teachers supporters in the pocket book by trying to find way to give them a pay raise. And frankly, there are a lot of Democrats in the state of Georgia that are gonna side with him. So the Democratic Party in Georgia can do the state attacks on Bryan Kip, but he's going to get a huge bipartisan win if he can figure out where to find the money to give teachers this payrise what I think we're going to see Democrats do in the state if he gives us pay raise is they're going to try to make it a bigger pay raise in. Essentially, try to dollar for dollar outmatch, Brian Kip to the point where they're going to have to wind up raising taxes if they actually wanna fund the teachers with what they're offering. I think we're going to find a Brian compromise here, and it's going to prove a lot of Democrats wrong that he isn't willing to work cross the aisle, they're convinced. He is willing to work across the aisle, you give teachers pay raise like he wants. It's going to be a huge win for Brian Kemp in really really really set the stage for his reelection early in his administration. It's twenty six to the hour. The full number four zero four eight seven two zero seven five zero one eight hundred W S B talk..

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Get a second payment on half of the production multiplied by. The rate for each commodity. It's another again a crazy formula that. Part of their visit with the government. We've let the government get too. Big government has too much control over what we're doing should be that people who want our products. Whether you want to buy tomato, an era corner bottle of milk. Whatever it is you pay whatever you're willing to pay whatever the farmer thinks it's worth in a deal negotiation. Right. I don't want to pay three dollars for tomato. Okay. Then you go to the store, and he gets visa garbage for a buck ninety five whatever, you know, you get it from the real source, or, you know, you get stuff, that's just plain garbage. So that's the update on payments. I thought you'd be interested in that the payment rates have been controversial everything about this has been controversial. I think the whole business. You know, Trump proposed or Sonny Perdue agricultural secretary proposed. They're actually come up with a lot of things to drain the swamp when it came to their corner of the world, unfortunately, they haven't drained this correctly. And a lot of you have become frustrated as have I because the Trump administration is really sucked when it comes to what to do about farmers dot thinking, what is not there. Well, I wanna give them the benefit of the doubt. It's not by design. It's by inexperienced not paying attention. What does Trump? No, he's in New Yorker, frankly, I know that's big it becomes the kind of Pat. But he is he didn't carry the ninety farmers or farming and Sonny Perdue, he's okay. But they have done a lot of things especially with the stuff done in concert with the EPA things that need to be. Eliminated. They're eliminating the wrong stuff. They're attacking the wrong things. And I think the same can be said for what's going on in the farm the world of production. What are you doing to kind of wean the farmer off of the federal government? That's what Trump was elected because people government's too big. So what do you do to fix that problem, you make government smaller and cut programs in one of the things we too far gone in this model? So that now the only way of farmer can actually survive is to be involved in some sort of government handout government program, some kind of government government government government government, and you know, by listening to this program. I'm not a big fan. A big government. I don't like it. I don't trust it. I think that it's here to serve itself, and it certainly has proven that. At least for the farmers are concerned by looking at this mess that we had the trade wars. The things that are happening to farmers dairy farmers, especially although I did see something that indicated the price of milk going up a little bit. But it's way way way off from where it was I can remember even at the time when I started selling raw milk, retail my farm. It was you know, twenty three twenty four hundred dollars. I'm sorry. Twenty three twenty four dollars hundredweight for now. It's fourteen fifteen sixteen because you know, dean foods, DFA dairy, farmers of America have made a concerted effort to get the milk price down. And as a result of that. You know, we have we're living in this age of complete total devastation and destruction of the dairy farm. But I did is. I said, I'm looking at higher milk prices. The USDA says prices could reach the high sixteen low seventies that's still below and a guys didn't make gallons one hundred pounds of milk. So why are you touting that get it up to twenty four dollars one hundred weight, and you got something to talk about. In the meantime. That's not very sophisticated. But it's kinda how I feel about the government and milk and other things. All right. So there it is at the update on the farm Bill and who's getting paid and how it's being paid out at fourteen past the hour. This the American family farmer if you would like to make this year the best year ever for you the best way to have a great day is to have a great night. If you haven't had a good night's rest for a long long time time to as a New Year's.

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"sonny perdue" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"sonny perdue" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Get a second payment on half of the production multiplied by. The rate for each commodity. It's another again a crazy formula that as part of their visit with the government, we've let the government get too big the government has too much control over what we're doing should be that people who want our products with you want to buy tomato and hero corner bottle of milk. Whatever it is you pay wherever you are willing to pay whatever the farmer thinks it's worth in the deal negotiation. Right. I don't wanna pay three dollars for tomato. Okay. Then you go to the store and get some visa garbage for a buck ninety five whatever, you know, you get it from the real source or you get stuff, it's just plain garbage. So that's the update on payments. I thought you'd be interested in that the payment rates have been controversial everything about this has been controversial. I think the whole business. You know, Trump proposed or Sonny Perdue agricultural secretary proposed. They're actually come up with a lot of things to drain the swamp when it came to their corner of the world, unfortunately, they haven't drained this correctly. And a lot of you have become frustrated as have I because the Trump administration is really sucked when it comes to what to do about farmers dot thinking about it's not that there. Well, I wanna give them the benefit of the doubt. It's not by design. It's by inexperienced not paying attention. What does Trump? No. He's New Yorker, frankly. No, that's big it becomes the kind of Pat. But he is he doesn't care either ninety farmers or farming and Sonny Perdue, he's okay. But they have done a lot of things especially with the stuff done in concert with EPA things that need to be. Eliminated. They're eliminating the wrong stuff. They're attacking the wrong things. And I think the same can be said for what's going on in the farm the world of production. What are you doing to kind of wean the farmer off of the federal government? That's what Trump was elected because people think governments too big. So what do you do to fix that problem, you make government smaller, and you cut programs in one of the things we too far gone in this model? So that now the only way of farmer can actually survive is to be involved in some sort of government handout government program, some kind of government government government government government. And you know by listening program. I'm not a big fan of big government. I don't like it. I don't trust it. I think that it's here to serve itself, and it certainly has proven that. At least for the farmers are concerned by looking at this mess that we had the trade wars. The things that are happening to farmers dairy farmers, especially although I did see something that indicated the price of milk going up a little bit. But it's way way way off from. Where was I can remember even at the time when I started selling raw milk retailer, my farm, it was you know, twenty three twenty four hundred dollars. I'm sorry. Twenty three twenty four dollars wait for now. It's fourteen fifteen sixteen because dean foods, DFA dairy, farmers of America have made a concerted effort to get the milk price down at as a result of that. You know, we've we have we're living in this age of complete total devastation and destruction of the dairy farm. But I did is. I said, I'm looking at higher milk prices. The USDA says prices could reach the high sixteen to low seventies that's still below. And it guys you to make a hundred gallons one hundred pounds of milk. So why are you touting that he ended up to twenty four dollars one hundred weight, and you got something to talk about. In the meantime. That's not very sophisticated, but it's kind of how I feel about the government and milk and other things. All right. So there it is at the update on the farm Bill and who's getting paid and how it's being paid out. It's fourteen past the hour. This the American family farm, if you would like to make this year the best year ever for you the best way to have a great day is to have a great night. If you haven't had a good night's rest for a long long time time to as a New.

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