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Fresh update on "usda" discussed on Purity Products

Purity Products

01:14 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "usda" discussed on Purity Products

"Products. Dr. Levin, welcome back to the program. Oh, it's great to be here with you today, Pat. Hey, you know, I just mentioned it's a toxic world We're living in the environment is absolutely polluted. And I gotta tell you, I'm still shocked by what you sent me. This EPA That tissue survey that basically shows that we're all contaminated by plastics and solvents, virtually 100% of us in our tissue. It's downright scary stuff, right? Absolutely. This is a scary subject. And as you mentioned that EPA fact issue survey tent that was done on 33,000 U. S residents, they found Turpin's plastics, chemicals, solvents in 100% of the samples, so basically pad We're all contaminated. Then the environmental working group back in 2006 found that tap water in 42 States system, Tammi nated by more than 140 unregulated chemicals, Pat, this is the craziest thing of all they do. Studies of available cord blood. They find dozens of chemicals in umbilical port blood. So I mean, what are we going to do about this? What are we gonna do about this toxic environment to cleanse and detoxify our systems on a daily basis? That's the question. So how do we do that? Well, that's where this next generation organic juice cleanse with our special liver support. Blend comes in handy because it has over 30 different superfoods. They nourish all the cells and tissues of your body. You get the vitamins and minerals to fight a nutrients that we miss. When we don't get that 79 servings today recommended by the FDA, the USDA of fruits and vegetables on top of that, because it's USDA certified organic. We're not getting any of the pesticides, herbicides just all that pure. Organic produce that supports all our tissues. But on top of that goes to work supporting the liver in its job of cleansing the tox if eyeing the systems, you get that cleansing every single day with O. J. C on top of that, Pat. Best news of all today we're giving away a free bottle of O. J. C to everybody in the listening audience. Now. Purity isn't saying that they're organic juice. Cleanse can fix everything, but they are saying that it could be a compelling part of the solution. In fact, the organic juice cleanse is one of the hottest products purity is launched. Probably in the last 10 years. Everybody knows how hot juicing is these days and O. J. C is really organic juicing made simple. So tell everybody about the organic juice cleanse and why you call it a quote unquote. Game changer. Oh, yeah, absolutely Well, we know the juicing is sweeping the nation. We know it's super healthy, but the problem is, you know it's messy, and it's a big hassle..

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Counting US Research Rodents

Science Magazine Podcast

02:46 min | 3 d ago

Counting US Research Rodents

"I this week. We have online news editor david graham. We're gonna talk about how many rodents rats and mice are used in. Us biomedical research each year. Hi dave here. When i first saw on the lineup i immediately sent you a guess. For how many rats and mice might be used by researchers every year. I was way off. What was your guest. it was eight million. Okay pay everyone listening you. Guess your own guests. I was way off. But the one clue so dave according to the study that we're going to be talking about today how many rats and mice are used or our house for biomedical research each year in the us. So according steady two hundred and eleven million. So i was way off. Were you surprised by this number. Kind of i mean the behind the study whose names larry carboni. He's at the university of california san francisco. Garri actually just left. There had written a book about fifteen years ago where he made a guest admit that was eighty to a hundred million so i heard a very high figure before but that is a lot higher than what other groups have estimated. The estimate tends to be around fifteen to twenty million. Why is this number mysterious. Why are people guessing or estimating how many of these animals are used in research. And this isn't something that we track greg. So there's something called the animal welfare act which is a federal law. That's been around for more than fifty years actually. Nbc wanted allows is the united states department of agriculture. Usda to go to my universities private companies any facility that has animals that are covered by that act usda goes in and inspect those animals for welfare counts them now. The problem is that there are only limited number of animals that are covered by that act that includes dogs cats rabbits monkeys but mice and rats and birds for the most part have always been excluded or mostly that excluded from that that means that the only agency that would go from especially as is counting. These animals is now counting mice rats. Nobody actually has any idea how many of these animals are being used in the us facilities. How does this value. Though this one hundred ten million or maybe the low value of twenty five million compare with those other lab animal populations that you're talking about rabbits cast dogs it's vastly more should matter who's number you believe. Everybody seems to agree that lab mice and rats makeup at least ninety three percent of all the mammals used by medical research so the total number all those other animals. I was talking about these animals that are covered by the welfare in the whole united states is about seven hundred

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Fresh "USDA" from Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:43 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh "USDA" from Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

"It's all we're trying to save the world and they're not even trying to save the world. No, no, they don't care. They're not trying to say they're not trying to. Otherwise they would be promoting natural gas, right? They're not trying to reduce global warming Gasses. They're lying to you. And you're buying it. If you're on the left, you buy it every single day, and it's a lie. They're doing the opposite, and you're cheering them on. It feels good, doesn't it? Feels good. 866 90 right eye. The calendar may say it's winter, but you may be forgiven if you're not really feeling it over the last couple of months, going all the way back into November, we have seen a virtual absence of Arctic air across the United States that was USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey. Previous years we talk about the polar vortex. It's something that's a feature that develops every winter across the polar regions, but a lot of the cold air to this point has been moving across Asia. And on the other side of the globe from the United States, so we've really seen a significant absence of extreme cold across the United States. At the same time, milder temperatures do have some positive agricultural implications. That's good news for winter wheat. We don't have to worry about whether kill do low temperatures. It's good for the livestock, less stress on the animals and looking ahead over the next week. We continue to see the fact that we're just not going to see anything in the way of extreme cold For this time of year. This is Stephanie Ho for the US depart. Of Agriculture in Washington, D. C. The USDA report is brought to you by Cenex Roadmaster Excel Premium Highway Diesel Fuel.

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Pepperoni Hot Pockets recalled, may contain pieces of glass and plastic

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:22 sec | Last week

Pepperoni Hot Pockets recalled, may contain pieces of glass and plastic

"More than £762,000 of pepperoni pizza hot pockets. The USDA is calling the announcement a class one recall, which defines a health hazard situation where use of the product could cause serious health consequences or death. The stuffed frozen sandwiches are being recalled because they may be contaminated with pieces of glass and hard plastic.

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Nestlé recalls 762,000 pounds of pepperoni Hot Pockets

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:37 sec | Last week

Nestlé recalls 762,000 pounds of pepperoni Hot Pockets

"If you're a fan of the nasty hot pockets, brand sandwiches, you listen to this. U S Department of Agriculture says Nestle Prepared Foods is recalling more than £762,000 pepperoni Hot pockets Pepperoni hot pockets. Was the stuff sandwiches were shipped to retail stores nationwide, USDA says the product was recalled because quote it may be contaminated with extraneous material specifically pieces of glass and hard plastic. Recall is for 54 ounce packages They contain 12 Nestle Hot Pockets brand sandwiches, Premium pepperoni made with pork, chicken and beef, pizza, garlic, buttery

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Pepperoni Hot Pockets recalled, may contain pieces of glass and plastic

Brothers In Law with the Kapetan Bros

00:15 sec | Last week

Pepperoni Hot Pockets recalled, may contain pieces of glass and plastic

"And a recall of pepperoni hot pockets. The USDA says the frozen sandwiches could have materials like pieces of glass and hard plastic. The company says. There's been a report of one minor aural injury. The recall effects 54 ounce packages of 12 sandwiches. This is ABC

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Nestle recalls 762,000 pounds of Hot Pockets

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:26 sec | Last week

Nestle recalls 762,000 pounds of Hot Pockets

"Of packages of pepperoni pizza flavored hot pockets because they might be contaminated with glass and plastic. Frozen stuffed sandwiches were made in November and distributed to stores across the country. USDA says the problem was found when they got complaints for four different customers. One person suffered a minor aural injury, health officials urging people to throw away hot pockets or return them to the store where they bought them. Sort of war

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2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:12 min | Last week

2 gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for COVID-19

"Focus is bringing this deadly pandemic under control in California. Doug Sovereign, KCBS several gorillas at the San Diego Zoo of tested positive for covert, which has prompted a state investigation. KCBS is Matt Boone spoke to an animal biologist about how the disease infects animals. The troop of eight gorillas live at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. According to the zoo. Two of the guerrillas started coughing, which prompted them to test fecal matter in their enclosure. Which came back positive. The state is now investigating how they got the virus. Governor Gavin Newsom currently confirming the source of the infection in the strain. There is some question that it come human animal that's being determined. The cases were not surprising to Kristen Gilardi with the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and the executive director of Gorilla Doctors. We have been operating on the assumption that great apes, gorillas, chimpanzees, ringtones. Are as susceptible to the virus is people those so far, she says. There are no known cases of wild gorillas catching the virus. According to the USDA. There have been at least 119 documented cases of animals with covert 19 in the U. S,

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Farmers Got A Government Bailout In 2020, Even Those Who Didn't Need It

Environment: NPR

03:48 min | 3 weeks ago

Farmers Got A Government Bailout In 2020, Even Those Who Didn't Need It

"Back in the spring. Farmers who raise pigs were in panic. Some of their usual customers restaurants weren't buying prices had collapsed. Some hog farmers had no place to ship their animals because workers in pork processing plants. Were getting sick. This is just a grave situation on hot launch. This is nick. Giordano a top lobbyist for the national pork producers council in may on a call with reporters unless there is a large cash infusion from the federal government. We're going to lose a lot of producers lots of different farmers demanded government aid and congress provided thirty five billion dollars in emergency aid to farmers on top of regular farm subsidies which amounted to about ten billion dollars a year. Money went to hog farms but also people raising cattle corn and soybeans fruits and vegetables. Dairy farmers. Joe glauber an economist. At the international food policy research institute had trouble keeping up with at all. You almost lose track of of how much money is going out. Clobber used to be the chief economist at the us department of agriculture. And he finds it a little disturbing because by the time. Farmers got a bunch of those payments in the summer and fall. The problems were going away. Commodity prices have come back up and actually looking better than they've looked in several years. According to usda estimates total farm income this year without that emergency aid would have been about average with the government payments. Twenty twenty looks like it'll be the fifth highest year for farm income in the past forty five years. I think there is a fundamental question at that point. You say well. Why are we providing all this additional aid especially since farmers group are relatively wealthy while millions of other americans are wondering how they will ford groceries. I called up some farmers and got several different answers. Chad lehman is co owner of hog farm in illinois that got more than seven hundred thousand dollars in government payments in twenty twenty according to usda data obtained by the environmental working group which is critic of farm subsidies. Lehman says it's really not much for as big as his. He ran up against a cap on government payments to any single individual or farm. So didn't come close to covering his losses. None of us expect to be made whole but are asked was hey help us get to next year without that money. You don't think you would have made it to next year. What think you would have seen significant fallout from the pork. Industry significant fallout but farmers didn't have to prove that they needed help. They simply got paid based on their previous production of green or pigs or cattle the more crops. They grew the more government. Money they got up to that cap ron roseman farmer in western iowa says his neighbors sometimes made jokes about it. You know all these farmers were getting together and playing cards. These older farmers. I heard one guy say yep got another check from the government today. Didn't need it but boy. Yeah i don't know what to do with it. Roseman got some of money himself and yet i'm not in favor of an overall because it has Disproportionately gone to the largest producers which means those large farmers now have more money to outbid their smaller neighbors when land comes up for rent or for sale and when small farms eventually give up means fewer people in rural communities less life in small towns. We just continue to fight declining and aging population out here. It's a paradoxical result. Rosement says but passing out money to farmers this way can actually hurt farming communities and more money is now on the way. The latest coronavirus relief package contains another eight billion dollars in payments to farmers. Dan charles npr news.

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Agriculture Industry Bets on Carbon as a New Cash Crop

WSJ What's News

05:52 min | Last month

Agriculture Industry Bets on Carbon as a New Cash Crop

"The newest cash crop for farmers may be greenhouse gas some farmers who normally make their living raising crops in the soil are now getting paid to use those plans to capture carbon dioxide from the air and put it back in their fields. Big agricultural companies including bayer and cargill are jockeying startups. On these initiatives their goal is to incentivize farmers to adopt climate-friendly practices and developed markets for carbon for more on the story. We have jacob bungee who covers the agriculture industry for the wall street journal. He spoke with our charlie turner jacob. How exactly does this. Carbon capture system work. This is a system. That's based around voluntary offsets or credits. Being purchased by companies and these could be food companies. that could be an energy company. It could be tech company that says they want to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by some amount or achieve net zero emissions in one way that they're now going to be able to do. This is by effectively. Paying farmers who raise crops like corn and soybeans to manage their farms in such a way that the fields the soil captures carbon and stores it in the dirt and the reason for that is because plans grow. They withdraw carbon dioxide from the air. They use this in the process of photosynthesis to produce energy to grow In that process the plants then release carbon into the soil. there's no federal requirement for companies to offset their greenhouse gas emissions by buying credits from farmers. So why are companies interested in this over the last ten twenty years even longer you can see examples of consumer facing companies. Want be more sustainable and any number of reasons for this. I mean some of the have this. As part of their corporate mission as important to the founders in other cases it helps draw consumers to companies and and try to have more of a warm and fuzzy feeling by using their products or services. And so while there's no federal requirements for these companies to go and purchase carbon credits or or reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. There's a commercial incentive to do. So could you points with consumers it can be for all the the companies view. It could be the right thing to do. Farmers have long struggled with low crop. Prices how does this benefit them. Well the benefit for a farmer could be getting a check for doing this. This stuff that we talk about which for a lot of them is the type of thing that they're doing anyway to enrich their soil to get better crop yields for their typical crops and the end result is as we say is that farmers can potentially get paid for this. The company is a are pursuing. This we mentioned some of them. Bear the owner of the monsanto seed business a big agricultural company cargill one of the biggest traders of grain in the world. There's some startups pursuing. This and the idea here is that they can quantify how much carbon these farmers are are questioning in their fields with these practices a certain number of tons per acre they can be paid by the ton or paid by the acre for these practices. All these programs now are in their infancy. In some cases they're pilots and other cases they're meant to be long lasting things with just that the the first innings however the companies that are pursuing this as well as some of the farmers are hopeful that a demand from big companies that want to reduce their carbon footprint or be able to offset parts of their businesses. Might come into this market. Push up the prices for these credits. At the farmers are generating and then in turn produce more income for the farmers jacob. What do environmental activists say about offering credits for carbon capture. Well broadly speaking to the environmental community supports the basic idea. Here that if you manage farm in a more environmentally or climate-friendly way they can have an impact on carbon in the atmosphere and the way that these things are structured. They've got some questions. Some reservations One just in some sense being a philosophical one that if you are offering are making available to a polluting company a carbon offsets that reduces the the environmental groups fear that reduces the incentive for that polluting company to clean up its own operations can continue to function as it has been And pay farmers on the other side. And how does the incoming biden administration intend to approach these sorts of programs. Well tom vilsek. Who was an advisor to the biden campaign and now has been picked to potentially head the usda again. He led the the us department of agriculture during president obama's terms he's talked about putting federal. Usda conservation program funding behind this idea effectively using some conservation programs to incentivize farmers in the same way so the biden administration plans to to put the the federal emphasis behind this same exact idea

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New tensions emerge between Biden team and Trump administration

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:18 min | Last month

New tensions emerge between Biden team and Trump administration

"Joe biden's incoming administration is taking shape. Former deputy secretary of state anthony blinken will be nominated for secretary of state x fed chair. Janet yellen is up to run treasury retired. General lloyd austin has been tapped to run the defense department. Some of these names have been more controversial than others. there've been some progressive objections to biden's likely pick a former iowa governor. Tom bill sack to reprise his role running. The agriculture department and a lot of republicans in the senate are cool to the choice of near attended a close hillary clinton confidante to run the office of management and budget. Some other choices like yellow. Have gotten pretty warm receptions across the political spectrum to talk about this administration that's what is likely to mean in terms of what a president joe biden might actually do. Let's bring in our left right and center panel on the right law. Chen is the david. Diane steffi fellow at the hoover institution and he's the director of domestic policy studies and lecturer in the public policy program at stanford lot. He has worked on several presidential campaigns for republicans including george w bush's reelection campaign marco. Rubio's two thousand sixteen run and he was the policy director for mitt romney in the two thousand twelve presidential campaign. Hello lonnie thanks for having me and on the left sabil. Rama joins us. Bill is president of demos a progressive organization that studies and advocates for voting rights economic and racial justice and equity sabil is also an associate professor at brooklyn law school. Bill so bill when you look at these names What does this tell you about. The sort of administration that joe biden is preparing to run. So i think the roster that's being built out is really interesting to me what it shows. Is there too big tensions that i think the new administration is trying to balance. A one is a balanced between old hands and some new faces and the other is a balanced between a pragmatic course and also progressive ones. So when you think about someone like janet yellen or cecilia rouse on the economic team These are folks who have deep experience in economic policy but also represent. I think a little bit more of a kind of a progressive wing of the larger policy debate. Not these are certainly not Bernie sanders elizabeth warren folks but they very much represent a part of the economic profession that is increasingly focused on issues of inequality Racial equity and issues of how we get around are sort of current problem of austerity politics. Lot he what do you make of this list of names. Well i think first of all there are a number of very highly qualified people on the list people who have great experience in government who i think even republicans who may have policy or ideological concerns would have to say are well qualified to play the roles. They've been a nominated by the president. Play and so. I think that that's a very hopeful. Sign on the other hand. You've got some real head. Scratchers here josh. There are people who the president is nominated for roles in various situations that i think people kinda wonder what was he. Thinking there Heavier sarah for example to be secretary of health and human services a man with no health policy no public health background who's really so claim to fame in healthcare is arguing to defend the affordable care act which by the way may have been enough for biden but it really seems to be one of those picks where he had put the sarah somewhere so he put him at. Hhs which under ordinary circumstances might be okay but in the middle of a pandemic hhs is going to play a critical role in disturbing the vaccine and hopefully overseeing and the the end of this covid nineteen pandemic here in the us. choice of. Sarah is puzzling one. The other one that i would point to which doesn't require senate confirmation and so Will be what it is. Is susan rice as director the domestic policy council which has traditionally been the policy making apparatus at the white house that coordinates the creation of domestic policy overseeing areas like education and health care immigration. Picking someone with with the deep foreign policy experience for that job seems to me to be a little bit odd. I think she was picked for that job. In part because it doesn't require senate confirmation and biden. His team knew there was no way republicans. Were going to confirm someone is controversial. Susan rice so for every sort of great. Pick for every janet. Yellen for every brian You know you have a few that sort of make you think. Gosh what is the biden team doing here. So it's a little bit of a mixed bag so far. Yeah bill when. I look at the list of names. I do sometimes see what he is describing their almost a sense that biden had list of people that he liked and wanted to give jobs to and a list of jobs he needed to fill and in some places. The matching of the to feels a little bit random. I'd also point to to marcia fudge who's an african american congresswoman from cleveland. She'd openly campaigned to be agriculture secretary. She's a senior member of the agriculture committee. There'd been a lot of progressive concerns about how the agriculture committee has dealt with black farmers and about beneficiaries of nutrition programs people primarily eat food rather than making it And biden has passed over. Her is expected to bill sack in that position and then fudge specifically said that she didn't want one of these traditionally black cabinet jobs like labor or housing and urban development. She's going to be put up to run housing and urban development. So some of these choices they do have that feeling to me of what we want this person job. Well here. this one's available. Let's give them out. One is that is that. Is that too harsh. Look looking at this selection process and saying that you know i. I do think there's a little bit of that. In terms of the example with congressman fudge gave. I think is a is a good one of your. She has deep expertise actually on areas connected to usda. I'm at the same time. I think she'll bring a novel. Interesting and important voice went on the issues of hud but there is a little bit of that. I think the thing i would offer is you know. There's so much going. On with this transition. Given the pandemic given the extraordinary delays that the trump administration put in place at one things that we're really looking at is what's what does that next layer down. Look like so when you think about the whole team Not just cabinet but cap a deputy secretaries and so on can does it look like a team that then has the balance of deep expertise and Mission alignment right at someone. Folks who are laser focused on the combined crises of of the economy and covid and climate and original justice moment. That's the next layer. That i would look at right. Are folks getting complimentary. Picks to offset some of where they might need additional insight or expertise

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One Wild Mink Near Utah Fur Farms Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

Red Eye Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

One Wild Mink Near Utah Fur Farms Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

"Officials have found a covert case in a wild animal mink in Utah tested positive for the coronavirus, the first known case of one in a free ranging native wild animal. Happened when the USDA tested animals living around mink farms there and into other states, But officials say no other tests came back positive. There's no evidence the virus is widespread in any wild animal populations, farmed minx living crowded conditions that are susceptible to the virus. 12,000 were infected on an Oregon farm. Denmark exterminated millions after Cove it 19 was transmitted from one of the animals to humans. Steve Caven CBS news

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One Wild Mink Near Utah Fur Farms Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

WBBM Morning News

00:37 sec | Last month

One Wild Mink Near Utah Fur Farms Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

"In the U. S. A. Mink in Utah tested positive for the coronavirus, the first known case of one in a free ranging native wild animal. Happened when the USDA tested animals living around mink farms there and into other states, But officials say no other tests came back positive. There's no evidence the virus is widespread in any wild animal populations, farmed minx living crowded conditions that are susceptible to the virus. 12,000 were infected on an Oregon farm. Denmark exterminated millions after Cove it 19 was transmitted from one of the animals to humans. Steve Caven

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"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

06:44 min | Last month

"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

"That's nine nine five four nine one joining me during the big show. Today's spencer chase from washington. Dc agra pulses who spencer rights four and keeps us up to date on. What's going on in the nation's capital spencer. When we talked last we had things we were talking about. Moving forward with the bill to add a little more stimulus back in the economy however since then the biden future administration has named tom vilsek as their pick for secretary of agriculture. And that's got a lot of iowans and farm groups talking as well and what we've heard is most farm groups would be okay with that decision. Yeah i mean secretary. Sack is obviously a known commodity within connector culture. Given his eight years on the job i under the obama administration a lot of groups are going to be very supportive of of the secretary Just because again someone who knows the john he can get to work on day one and also he's going to bring probably a more pragmatic approach than some of the other potential candidates. That were that were considered You know of Some of the more contentious issues in food policy that Usda won't be dealing with on by keep in mind. The secretary vilsek is gonna face some opposition from some of the more progressive wing within the democratic party. You know there are some very frustrated in terms of his record on civil rights issues at the departments or at least apartments record on civil rights under his tenure A lot of concern about You know what exactly. Usda will do in terms of fighting hunger in the wake of the coronavirus. Pandemic as well as You know looking for some additional securities for workers and farm labourers and so A lot of things are going to be on secretary. Those sex played just by the nature of the job but also by the nature of getting You know the necessary confirmation at this point. We don't have any sanders that have come out and said that are going to You know make any particular amount of noise about the secretary villa sacks nomination but it definitely bears watching speaking of corona virus next round of aid Still being talked about. What do you think it might hold for agriculture. Well at this point it's hard to say really You know we've seen a film of about nine hundred eight billion dollars that has been produced by negotiators this week. The had to the tune of about fifteen or twenty billion dollars in drank agra agriculture assistance bites on. That bill is seeing some. You know those negotiations in that bill in particular scene some resistance in the senate really whatever they're going to do on coronavirus relief Agriculture is is not going to be the headline issue on it Really needs negotiators. We're going to have to sort out how they're going to deal with the main republican priority of providing y ability protection for businesses and the main democratic priority of additional state and local aid. I through you know through this virus assistant and so it appears that agriculture is a decent place when they when they get down to be single. She ation but braggart culture to get any assistance. It's going to have to be part of a bigger broader more comprehensive eight baggage spencer. We've heard there are some concerns with milk and dairy issues between the us and canada. What can you tell us at this point. We know that that was how the big issue for. Us agricultural going into the renegotiation of the north american free trade agreement now the us mexico. Canada agreement And so that is something that They're looking to address the. Us trade representative did file an enforcement action against candidate here this week looking to resolve some of the provisions issues again. This is something you know dairy issues between the us and canada guam. Got an issue going back to you. Know candidates supply management issues class seven milk policy. Really the fact of the matter here. is that This is actually the first. And i think when noting this is the first and enforcement action than any country is filed under us nca and the united states. You know taking canada to task on. Its dairy provision. Spencer if he could sam Some up the lame duck session for agriculture are. What what what would you say. The highlights are so i. I think it's it's one of those things that we're trying to figure out what's really going into the lame duck. We knew that had two main priorities going on They had to find some kind of way to fund the government and they had to find some kind of way to figure out what they were going to do on corona virus aid. And here we sits you know what was originally supposed to be the last day of the link dot now. They've extended it for another week and those questions still remain. You know at this point. Congress is doing itself another week to find government funding fixed. There doesn't seem to be too much concern over whether or not they will be able to accomplish that. But i think there is more you know a growing level of concern overthrown by our state Both the leadership on both parties in both chambers has spent the right thing. They want to get something done here in the month of september. They don't wanna pump this into january but at the same time when it comes time to the negotiating table and actually come up with legislation. It's a much more difficult process better. I mean outside of those things has progress on the water resources development act. Which is i would see to water infrastructure moving commodities along locks damn system but those two big main priorities still remain and still remain unanswered at this point. Spencer how can we find out. More about agra pulse absolutely we have You know a a weekly newsletters daily coverage that keeps you up to date on things that are going on foreign policy here in washington. Dc we do offer a free trial to that to serve risk to learn more about that. At agricole's dot com agra pulse dot com. Spencer chase joining us today on the big show about that Young andrew spencer chase joining us with an update on. What's going on in washington. Find it andy kind of ironic and maybe we'll talk a little bit later on but it looks like the very first challenge to the us mca between canada. And the is going to be over dairy exports. Your neck secretary of agriculture is just coming off as being head of the dairy export federation. I'm just thinking out loud right. I mean. I don't know that anybody's surprised that dairy would be the first challenge because of course that was the big deal or one of the deals with candidate was getting that supply system under control. So maybe one of the reasons that time bill sack was selected for the position. Think well i think among many many others but more coming up on the big show right now you can get black. Friday deals all month. That her sins kia. If you're looking for a new car. Check out the great deals. That hirszon's kia zero percent financing available and lisa. Starting only ninety nine dollars. Check them out at hearses. Kia dot com..

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Interview With Stanford's Dick Gould

Beyond The Baseline

06:41 min | Last month

Interview With Stanford's Dick Gould

"One john wartime here this week. Sports illustrated tennis podcast. Hope everyone is doing well. No pro tennis events this week but a lot of scrambling behind the scenes trying to get a schedule for twenty twenty one as corona continues its blaze through the draw or the calendar As it were right now it looks like the australian open is going to start on february eighth. That's three weeks later than usual to count for quarantine remains to be seen. It looks like indian wells unfortunately will Cancel for twenty one or at least be postponed. Perhaps until the fall. Miami is a question. Mark will Pass on more news when we have it. Maybe they'll be more clarity by the time you listen to this podcast. Meanwhile today Two great guests very different In terms of the significant age gap. Here but i suspect They would rather like each other I guess dick gould. Who was the men's coach at stanford for almost forty years stanford one seventeen. Ncaa titles under coach gould fifty those players were all americans. He of course coached a Curly haired kid from long island. John mcenroe we talk a bit about that. A bit about the state of college. Tennis tickled sort of the john. Wooden figure who didn't just win a lot but it also is a paragon of virtue and the next person to say something ill of him will be the first. I would submit a glaring omission. He's not in the international tennis hall of fame. But this is a good conversation. We talk a lot talking about mcenroe. Talk about International players in college tennis talk a bit about head injuries as he is the vice chairman of a nonprofit Teach aids which creates health. Ed technology and is paying special attention. Head injuries Good conversation so here's the golden. And after him. We talked to brandon nakashima. Who took intro in between segments. So here's coach. Gould how are you do it. How you feel like everyone. I question we all ask. Is that have you your twenty twenty those. She's been good so far and You guys guys have been affected a little bit kobe. But so far would survive it and It just the families good The main thing for me of course in the so all those good but it's really effective. I working night stops stanford. Three years ago. I've been working on concussion case for nonprofit and and for video so pc and youth football and below the installaion stuff and it just a fulltime job. He can't go in the office. Fortunately everything we do is zoom so if one presumes john we complain about but where we eight million with you Know your it's allowed us economy to To keep functioning and some lab. I want to ask you about that especially well. We could jump too far ahead. But i don't know if you saw the decent. La times yesterday about the the stanford volleyball player. And yeah i did. I did see that actually. My granddaughter was director operations volleyball for eight years. During that time there's two sides to every story you know but it was a concussions are not uncommon vibe. I you know you go up to the spike in the bog. In your hands or you hitting the head and it's our first soapy. See was artistic swimming synchronized swimming. Believe it or not Gushes in that and everyone thinks football. But it's it's it's just amazing and very on another sports we'll talk about I can only think of one. I can only think of one instance off hand in tennis but roller to. I could remember we had a cup. We're we're doing a story law where people talk about the story on the got them. Whatever most of them are athletes about half icicle have college and we have a couple of ten stories in their kids. Get hit with a wall. In ben people are more settled some than others and it just I james wake of course one. But then there's a lot of slipped and fell much display lawyers for the usda all. I didn't think well. I've ever azarenka once. I guess you're right yeah exactly. There was an eight figure settlement mining. Something exactly i wanted to I said blah blah. I wanna talk college. But i also i'm just curious i wanna hear more about you. I mean i. I feel like everyone knows everyone knows dick. Gould stanford coach for more than forty years. It occurs to me. Maybe gula man. That's what you may come on side. You are often described But this is. This is someone who grew up in my hometown. It's near and dear to you. You're the john wooden college tennis. And some of that is about longevity and titles and wins and losses and some of this is about the lessons you imparted ana players. Who i'm sure you know. Speak glowingly of you. But i'm just curious. I don't know anything. i was telling somebody recently. I were you a player. How did you get into this crazy sport. I really don't know much about you. Pre stanford how did you actually come to us. We'll flamboyant and my folks didn't play it all from california. My dad's a form. And and i had a horse to ride all the time and a young kid and and my mom said well you're gonna take tennis wheels. The white freaking shorts downtown instead of my jeans and lee is what are you talking about. So do you wanna ride horses somewhere. Yeah what are you gonna take a less. And you may remember a gal on nancy. Chafee kind of eric mayor of She was maybe top ten in the world and her dad was my was the guy. Give me the lesson. you need everything. I did equate with those four. it was You step into the ball like rocky marciano steps of the bunch. You watched the ball. Come off the record lake road. Kind of what's coming on the pitches everything all of a sudden. It wasn't says he's it was a big thing and he made hitting a ballroom exciting. And i always worked in the summers but impl- sherman's but i i went to stanford and played on a team there and Got pretty good bye last year and Those days olmert sparse. I was but i. I got fairly good but there was no circuit And so you go out and play shamateuritism Do anything and nothing to show for it. And i had a job teaching offer. And i took that job in high school. And and and that was my vocation coaching in the absolutely love. It and it's been you appreciate my guys. I'm doing a book. Not a stanford. Tennis john but on either standing brilliant leadership on coaching in general. And it's i had guys who go to are still alive.

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Biden Plans To Bring Vilsack Back To USDA, Despite Criticism From Reformers

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Biden Plans To Bring Vilsack Back To USDA, Despite Criticism From Reformers

"President elect biden is ready to announce to more cabinet nominations. This morning one name is familiar. Biden wants tom. Vilsek who served as secretary of agriculture in the obama administration to return to that same job and he's nominating congresswoman marcia fudge to be secretary of housing and urban development. This is interesting. A lot of people had been urging biden depict fudge for the agriculture job instead. Joining me now is. Npr's dan charles who covers food and agriculture. For i dan. Good morning david well. Let's talk about representative. Marcia fudge what why were so many people pushing for her to get the job. So there's an interesting thing about the department of agriculture. It was set up to help farmers back when farmers were half of the country. And it's still does a lot of that but the country has changed and the biggest part of the usda's budget now is nutrition aid. You know the supplemental nutrition assistance program snyder's school lunches and marcia fudge has been one of the fiercest defenders of those nutrition programs on capitol hill. She represents a district that includes much of cleveland also akron ohio. She's been on the house. Agriculture committee she and her supporters felt. It was high time for the top. Usda job to go to somebody who saw those nutrition programs as the department's big priority and not just sort of a change in emphasis but this would have been a historic break with the past In that job she's a black woman is she would have been the first black woman in that job. Only the second woman Period also. There's another thing you know. Most agriculture secretaries have been connected somehow to farming or farming areas. She's from city. Well you know in the end it did not happen. David will now be nominated. Apparently to be secretary of housing and urban development instead and for agriculture biden went for somebody much more traditional. Tom vilsek may be part. Two former governor of iowa who becoming back into the same job at that he served on president obama right. He was secretary of agriculture. For all eight years of the obama administration but apparently that was not enough for him. He's okay middle of the road described as even-handed certainly knows the issues but some of those anti-hunger groups and environmental advocates who supported fudge. Really are not happy about deville sack choice. It's partly because they want that change at. Usda more focus on nutrition also the environment. But there's another thing. Tom vilsek after he left. The obama administration took a job as ceo of the us dairy export council which is an industry group and his critic. Say this is kind of a sign of their problem with them. They say he's too cozy with the big companies that represent the status quo in agriculture. Why you cover so much of this I in very deep ways. I mean talk. About what policies may or may not change under a biden administration with vilsek at the homeless department vilsek represents continuity in a way but there are things that people do expect change There's been an extraordinary development in the last couple of years. During the trump administration the secretary that the department of agriculture passed out record breaking amounts of financial aid to farmers this year alone. Forty six billion dollars in direct government payments. I think that is not going to continue. There's another thing the. Usda may turn into a bit of an environmental agency play a big role. Perhaps in climate change it has some money. For this rural development programs could help pay for clean energy in rural areas their plans to pay farmers for practices on the farm that reduce greenhouse emissions could also promote reforestation. The us forest service sexy part of the us department of agriculture and those forests are in the way as the climate heats up npr's. Dan charles covers food and agriculture. Dan thanks so much thank

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Biden to tap Vilsack for Agriculture secretary

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Biden to tap Vilsack for Agriculture secretary

"Going to nominate Ohio Congresswoman Marsha Fudge to be secretary of housing and urban development. There had been calls for Biden to select her as his agriculture secretary. Instead, the president elect is going to nominate former Obama Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to return to the job. NPR's Dan Charles reports one of ill sacks mandates will be to work with the Biden administration on climate change. There's been a lot of talk about the USDA playing a big role in actually responding to climate change. There's money for this rural development programs could help pay for clean energy in rural areas. There are plans to pay farmers for practices on the farm that reduce greenhouse emissions. It could also help do reforestation. People don't realize it. But the U. S. Forest Service is part of the Department of Agriculture. NPR's Dan Charles reporting. Despite

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AP sources: Biden picks Fudge for housing, Vilsack for USDA

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01:01 min | Last month

AP sources: Biden picks Fudge for housing, Vilsack for USDA

"More names are being added to president elect Joe Biden's cabinet as he works to diversify top government leadership five sources say Joe Biden will announce Ohio congresswoman Marcia fudge will be the secretary of housing and urban development the former chairwoman of the congressional black caucus was not ready to confirm or deny if I can help this president in any way possible I'm more than happy to do it former agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack will take that role again in the Biden White House selected in part because of the hunger crisis facing the nation and the need to have someone ready on day one and there are discussions about Attorney General several sources say Alabama senator Doug Jones who lost re election in November is a possible choice because of a strong civil rights background even though he's white or possibly federal appeals court judge Merrick garland who Supreme Court nomination was denied by Republicans in twenty sixteen Jackie Quinn Washington

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More than 50 million Americans facing hunger in 2020, projections show

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More than 50 million Americans facing hunger in 2020, projections show

"The the holiday, holiday, But But the the Corona Corona virus virus is is still still lingering lingering and and so so our our fears fears and and concerns concerns about about food food insecurity. insecurity. CBS CBS is Adriana Diaz has more on the pandemics effect on struggling families. USDA before the pandemic, and estimated 35 million people were food insecurity. Using people who couldn't afford balanced meals, but perhaps any food at all. And believe it or not. That was one of the lowest rates in the past 20 years. But now because of the pandemic, that number is expected to explode to 50 million people by the end of the year, including 17 million kids. That's one in every four Children. Well, there's been talk of another covert 19 relief stimulus package out of

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Farmers Are Warming Up To The Fight Against Climate Change

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03:32 min | 2 months ago

Farmers Are Warming Up To The Fight Against Climate Change

"Conservative farmers who have blocked climate legislation in the past, both groups are calling for policies to help farmers fight climate change through financial incentives, not regulation. NPR's Dan Charles has more It was 2009. When the American Farm Bureau Federation declared war on climate legislation, and Ana Unwra Cohen was a staffer in Congress. We were right in the thick of working on the first comprehensive climate build of passage Chamber of Congress, the law would have limited greenhouse emissions using a method called cap and trade. But the farm Bureau, a lobbying powerhouse, said the cap part would drive up costs and put farmers out of business. Don't cap our future, I think was their slogan, and they had those on caps. That people were wearing up on on Capitol Hill, and they succeeded. The legislation died this week. The head of the farm bureau, Zippy DeVol, struck a different tone. We're gonna have a real common sense science based discussion about how we protect the climate. And our farmers want to be part of that he was announcing a new food and agriculture climate alliance. It includes other farm groups. Also big environmental organizations like the Nature Conservancy, where people Elias is director of agriculture it feels like in the past. 18 months, The conversation has just really shifted. The shift is happening for a couple of reasons. Many food companies have promised to reduce their greenhouse emissions. And they're pushing for changes on the farm, sometimes paying for the changes. And Barb Glen, who CEO of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture, says it's partly just what farmers are experiencing everyone in this unique coalition. Understands and is witnessing the changing of the climate, and we all want to be involved In impacting this. The new alliance is proposing dozens of policy changes that encourage farmers to install equipment that captures methane, the powerful greenhouse gas from Cal manure or farm in a way that builds healthier carbon rich soil, actually removing carbon from the air. Farmers would get paid to do this, maybe by the government, maybe by private companies that want to offset or cancel out some of their own carbon emissions by paying for greenhouse gas reductions somewhere else. Some environmentalists who are not part of this alliance, like Jason Davidson at Friends of the Earth are dead set against some of those ideas. There's a heavy reliance on voluntary market based solutions. But those carbon offsets that farmers might sell just allow polluters somewhere to keep polluting, he says. Also, it could be hard to measure what some of these farming methods actually accomplish. MEREDITH Niles, specialist on farming and the environment of the University of Vermont, says scientists are working on that measurement problem. And the fact that farm groups are finally talking about reducing their own greenhouse emissions, she says, is a big step forward. A lot of farmers didn't want to speak about it because it might mean potential regulation. They're fine with incentives, though. And there are signs that the incoming Biden administration is thinking the same way. The leader of the Biden transition team for the U. S. Department of Agriculture recently called on the USDA to set up a so called carbon bank. It would pay farmers to fight climate change. Dan Charles NPR news 2020 has been ah lot and among the many things that

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Farmers Are Warming Up To The Fight Against Climate Change

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03:32 min | 2 months ago

Farmers Are Warming Up To The Fight Against Climate Change

"An unusual came together on climate. This week environmentalists and bedrock conservative farmers. Who have blocked climate legislation in the past. Both groups are calling for policies to help farmers fight climate change through financial incentives. Not regulation and peers to insurance has more. It was two thousand nine when the american farm bureau federation declared war on climate legislation and unan rococo. It was a staffer in congress. We were right in the thick of working on the first comprehensive climate bill passed the chamber of congress the law would have limited greenhouse emissions using a method called cap and trade but the farm a lobbying powerhouse said the cap part would drive up costs and put farmers out of business. Don't cap our future. I think was their slogan and and they had those on cats that people were wearing up on on capitol hill and they succeeded. The legislation died this week. The head of the farm bureau zippy divall struck a different tone. We're going to have a real common sense. Science based discussion about how we pretend to climate and our farmers won't be part of that. He was announcing a new food and agriculture climate alliance. It includes other farm groups also big environmental organizations like the nature conservancy where people. Elias is director of agriculture. It feels like in the past eighteen months. The conversation has just really shifted. The shift is happening for a couple of reasons. Many food companies have promised to reduce their greenhouse emissions and. They're pushing for changes on the farm sometimes paying for the changes and barb glenn who ceo of the national association of state departments of agriculture says. It's partly just what farmers are experiencing everyone in this unique coalition understands and is Witnessing the changing of the climate and we all want to be involved in impacting it. The new alliance is proposing dozens of policy changes. They encourage farmers to install equipment that captures methane a powerful greenhouse gas from cow manure or farm in a way that bills healthier carbon rich soil actually removing carbon from the air. Farmers would get paid to do this. Maybe by the government maybe by private companies that want offset or cancel out some of their own carbon emissions by paying for greenhouse gas reduction. Somewhere else some environmentalists who are not part of this alliance like jason davidson. At friends of the earth are dead set against some of those ideas. There's a heavy reliance on voluntary market based solutions but those carbon offsets that farmers might sell just allow polluters. Somewhere to keep polluting. He says also it can be hard to measure what some of these farming methods actually accomplish meredith niles a specialist on farming and the environment at the university of vermont says scientists are working on that measurement problem and the fact that farm groups are finally talking about reducing their own greenhouse emissions. She says is a big step forward. A lot of farmers didn't want to speak about it because it might need a potential regulation. They're fine with incentives. Though and there are signs that the incoming biden administration's thinking the same way the leader of the biden transition team for the us department of agriculture recently called on the usda to set up a so-called carbon bank. It would pay farmers to fight climate. Change dan charles npr

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"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

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"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

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06:35 min | 8 months ago

"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

"I'll ever twenty three on that. Big Show clock Secretary of Agriculture Mike Nag. Joining us here on the big show again today. Mike WanNa talk about two things today. We're going to get right After it I wanNA talk a little bit about the Corona Virus Food Assistance Program that was designed to bring some aid to livestock producers. That I also want to ask you about county fairs here in Iowa that coronavirus food assistance program. Though I think sign up is supposed to start this week and yet we don't have a lot of details Mike can you give us any more background? Or UPDATE US? That's right. Welcome back Bob yeah the? Usda did hold a a Webinar last week. And and frankly there were Kinda few details In that and and and yet we know that. Usda is working aggressively to try to get this done. I think undersecretary nor the made some comments Late in the week over the weekend that The package is currently awaiting White House approval. Which is which is how that works. Usda proposes something White House Office of Management and budget needs to approve and so it sounds like they're in the final stages of actually getting the the program rolled out so again remember. These are the direct assistance direct payments to producers really across the the landscape to help grain farmers livestock farmers impacted by the market disruption. So as I've been saying all along this is a good start. It does not include everything That we think that needed to help. Producers and in fact doesn't even include all of our producers egg producers are notably left out of this direct payment system the other piece remember. We've got direct payments and then we've also got. Usda making significant food purchases. I think the big number is by the end of this calendar year. They will have They're budgeted to spend around five billion dollars buying food and again those surplus products that that would have gone to food service. And and get that routed into The food helping to address food insecurity through food banks Food Pantries so It's still waiting for those details and I think staff at. Usda would be trained this week. Which is the surest sign that something's coming forthcoming on those payments? Because of you you train staff and then that's when when folks can start applying quick question on that as a follow up. I am guessing that the requests for probably Go further than what the money will revert you and being in first or is it something that's going to be applied equally? You know this is something that I I think. That's a good point. Bob And I think we all believe that there's probably a more significant market impact than what's currently being accounted for and in all likelihood you could see that situation develop just remember it as opposed to the paycheck protection program or some of the programs that have been run through Treasury is. That's those were operated as a as a first come first served that's not typically how. Usda operates And so I can't speak to that in its entirety but generally speaking we know that. Usda Concerned with and and usually roles programs out in a way that's fair and equitable and and so I just don't think it'll be run the same way that we saw. The P P P quick update on county fairs by my count Here we have Thirteen county fairs. That have changed plans in some way one of them in your backyard in Emmett's Berg. Have you heard anything else? Yeah this is you again. It's something we've talked a lot about here we we hate to see it and yet The folks those county fair boards or making the best decisions that they can given their circumstances on the ground and the folks that Iowa stayed with the four H. And and the folks that FIFA I know are continuing to look at ways to still hold competitions and for folks and so this is just one more. We're going to have to continue to to work our way through it. you know State Fair no the State Fair Board is is evaluating all options for the twenty twenty state fair. And so we're all I think hopeful that these things can continue but You know decisions have to be made. And and Boy I support those. They're tough tough calls. But we support decisions made locally. Yeah Hey Mike tough calls no doubt in hearing from some people making those decisions over the weekend to I was comforted a little bit too to see at the grocery store on Saturday. Mike For Meat Case. And yeah not maybe the cuts and the sizes that I'm used to for example twenty one pound pork shoulder opposed to seven and a half to eight or ten and a half to eleven that I usually see But but no shortage certainly At this time anyway yeah. I think that's a that's a good sign. I was in a grocery store over the weekend myself. I loaded up the smoker yesterday so had in there But a lot of a lot of pork in that smoker. But there were some other things too but Yeah I think generally what I've been seeing is that that that situation is improving some you've got grocers that are working hard to find new suppliers and as you say maybe carrying some cuts and purchasing from some places that they had traditionally done so. I think folks are grinding. It's still a challenging situation. We've got enough protein on the farm The processing capacity is still slow from from pork and beef standpoint. So I think we're you know we're running something like seventy one to seventy two percent on pork processing last week and nationally down about twenty seven percent on beef processing so this situation continues and that means we're still building that backlog of animals but I know grocers are working hard to try to find an in restaurants too as they open are trying to find product. Mike he gets the last word today. Thank you. We'll talk to you again tomorrow as we continue our kind of daily updates with you we appreciate. It sounds good secretary of agriculture. Mike Nag Joins US eleven. Twenty and we're going to continue doing that. It's good to hear from our First Guy. In agriculture especially as the situation is very fluid with not only aid programs but As you can see and Andy has a link There that'll keep you updated on any county fairs changing That he'll post on the website But that also as well very fluid situation talk markets with Jamie Co hockey about five minutes away here on the big show Newsradio ten forty.

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"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

06:35 min | 8 months ago

"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

"I'll ever twenty three on that big show clock secretary of Agriculture Mike Nag Joining us here on the big show again today. Mike WanNa talk about two things today. We're going to get right after it I wanNA talk a little bit about the Corona Virus Food Assistance Program. That was designed to bring some aid to livestock producers that I. also want to ask you about county fairs here in Iowa. That coronavirus food assistance program. Though I think sign up is supposed to start this week and yet. We don't have a lot of details Mike. Can you give us any more background or update us? That's right. Welcome back, Bob Yeah! The USDA did hold a a Webinar last week, and and frankly there were kind of few details in that, and and and yet we know that USDA is working aggressively. Aggressively to try to get this done I, think undersecretary, nor the made some comments late in the week over the weekend that the package is currently awaiting white. House approval, which is which is how that works. USDA proposes something. White House Office of Management and budget needs to approve, and so it sounds like they're in the final stages of actually getting the the program rolled out so again. Remember these are the. Direct assistance direct payments to producers, really across the the landscape to help grain farmers, livestock farmers impacted by the market disruption so as I've been saying all along. This is a good start. It does not include everything that we think that needed to help producers, and in fact doesn't even include all of our producers. Egg Producers are notably left out of this direct payment system. The other piece remember we've got direct payments, and then we've also got USDA making significant food purchases I think the big number is by the end. End of this calendar year they will have They're budgeted to spend around five billion dollars buying food, and again those surplus products that that would have gone to food service and and get that routed into the food, helping to address food insecurity through food banks Food Pantries, so still waiting for those details and I think staff at USDA would be trained this week, which is the surest sign that something's coming forthcoming on those payments? Because of you, you train staff, and then that's when when folks can start applying. Quick question on that as a follow up I am guessing that the requests for probably go further than what the money will revert you and being in first, or is it something that's going to be applied? Equally, you know this is something that I, I think that's a good point. Bob And I think we all believe that there's probably a more significant market impact than what's currently being accounted for, and in all likelihood you could see that situation. Develop. Just remember it as opposed to the. The paycheck protection program or some of the programs that have been run through treasury is that's those were operated as a as a first come first served. That's not typically how USDA operates and so I can't speak to that in its entirety, but generally speaking, we know that USDA concerned with and and usually roles programs out in a way that's fair and equitable, and and so i. just don't think it'll be run the same way that we saw the P P P. Quick Update on county fairs by my count here we have Thirteen county fairs that have changed plans in some way one of them in your backyard in Emmett's Berg. Have you heard anything else? Yeah, this is you again. It's something we've talked a lot about here. We we hate to see it and yet those folks, those county, fair boards, or making the best decisions that they can given their circumstances on the ground, and the folks that Iowa stayed with the four H. and and the folks that FIFA I know are continuing to look at ways to still hold. Hold competitions, and for folks, and so this is just one more. We're going to have to continue to to work our way through it. you know State Fair? No, the State Fair Board is is evaluating all options for the twenty state fair, and so we're all I. think hopeful that these things can continue, but you know decisions have to be made and. And and boy I support those. They're tough, tough calls, but we support decisions made locally. Yeah, Hey Mike tough calls no doubt in hearing from some people making those decisions over the weekend to one thing I was comforted a little bit too to see at the grocery store on Saturday, Mike for meat, case and yeah, not maybe the cuts and the sizes. Sizes that I'm used to for example twenty one pound pork shoulder opposed to seven and a half to eight or ten, and a half to eleven that I usually see but but no shortage certainly at this time anyway. Yeah, I think that's A. that's a good sign. I was in a grocery store over the weekend myself I loaded up the smoker yesterday, so. had. In there. but a lot of a lot of pork in that smoker, but there were some other things, too, but yeah I. Think generally what I've been seeing. Is that that that situation is improving some? You've got grocers that are working hard to find new suppliers, and as you say, maybe carrying some cuts and purchasing from some places that they had traditionally done, so I think folks are grinding. It's still a challenging situation. We've got enough protein on the. The farm the processing capacity is still slow from from pork and beef standpoint so I think we're you know we're running something like seventy one to seventy two percent on pork processing last week, and nationally down about twenty seven percent on beef processing. So this situation continues, and that means we're still building that backlog of animals, but I know grocers are working hard to try to find an in restaurants to as they open are trying to find product. Mike he gets the last word today. Thank you. We'll talk to you again tomorrow. As we continue our kind of daily updates with you, we appreciate it. Sounds, good. Secretary of Agriculture. Mike Nag Joins US eleven twenty and we're going to continue doing that. It's good to hear from our first guy in agriculture, especially as the situation is very fluid with not only aid programs, but as you can see and Andy has a link there that'll keep you updated on any county fairs changing that he'll post on the website but that also as well very fluid situation. Talk markets with Jamie Co hockey about five minutes away here on the big show. newsradio ten forty..

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"usda" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:40 min | 11 months ago

"usda" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Today this message brought to you by USDA at this radio station news I'm Carmen Roberts at least two tornadoes struck the Nashville Tennessee area early this morning surprising people in their sleep killing at least two and destroying forty buildings the winds around one hundred miles an hour or more it really hold but right down I. forty all right across the downtown into the Germantown area out to east Nashville or here is some significant damage there fox seventeen mineralogist Justin chamber search and rescue teams scouring the area looking for tornado and flood victims making sure gas lines are turned off Tennessee is one of the fourteen states holding primaries today California the largest with the most delegates imply LA times critic Sanders could win half the states four hundred and fifteen delegates others have made thirty five percent by twenty five percent Bloomberg warned at sixteen percent fox's William lajeunesse one more Democrat remains in the running congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard America's listening to fox news this is a box thirteen weather update and fox thirteen meteorologist Elizabeth to get more info for tracking scattered showers and storms in the mid south this evening some of those storms could pack a punch with gusty winds large hail and isolated tornadoes the rain will leave us overnight tomorrow mostly dry with temperatures in the sixties we'll have the latest on this forecast on good morning Memphis starting at four thirty eight clover sharpest suspending our campaign is what's happening so spending can to get the very latest a corona virus checking off on time nine six hundred W. R. E. C. ninety two point one FM cutting through the clutter to bring the people and stories that matter to you you're listening to America's first news this morning with Gordon deal thanks for spending time with us and welcome to Tuesday March three Gordon deal Jennifer could shrink some of our top stories and headlines for more coronavirus deaths in Washington state today is super Tuesday with fourteen states holding primaries huge day for stocks on stimulus news with the Dow up thirteen hundred points deadly tornado in Nashville last night federal judge orders sworn deposition for Hillary Clinton about her private emails Chris Matthews abruptly resigns from M. S. N. B. C. Jack Welch former CEO of General Electric has died at eighty four college basketball conference tournaments begin today and the startling personal discovery of two friends in Pennsylvania that story in about twenty minutes Judy's continues to motivate people to run for office there are three men in Texas touched by such incidents at churches who were drawing on their experiences to run for public office in the Republican primaries it's a story by Elizabeth Fennell who covers Texas for the Wall Street journal Elizabeth what's up here yeah essentially there've been a couple different church shootings in Texas that have gotten a lot of attention and now three of the men who were involved in them are running for office currently in Republican primaries Q. two of the men who were involved in the shooting in Sutherland springs a couple years ago that killed twenty six people the pastor of that church who lost his daughter it as well as local guy who chased down the shooter they are both running in different races as.

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"usda" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"usda" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"USDA HHS at the end comes Danny is with us on the Clark our show Holloway any how you doing how are you great thank you Randy so you were looking for somebody to be your guru with your money exactly a personal adviser how do we pick one and where do we take it from that is a great question and one that got easier for a while and is now gotten more difficult again because there was a rule marching forward called the fiduciary rule which is now dead and the fiduciary role meant that in some way you hired had to be working in your best interests so now it's open hunting season on you and me again with most the people in financial services that are allowed under the law to tell you whatever they want even if it's just stuff that makes them money no matter what harm it brings to you so it raises the stakes for you to hire somebody who's really there for you can I learn a little bit more from you any about your situation what do you hope to accomplish with a financial adviser somebody that'll tell me where to put my money more warm the best you know and trust or what will make me the most money whether it be violence day and nobody's neutral Spahn now there's so many options so you want from me it's good advise you that not only like you said third birthday right go to a bank the bank of how you put the money with them because they make money off your money so how do you know who to trust well what so were you working for someone who you're married to for a long time who would be your shepherd with helping your money grow over the years are you looking for somebody just to take your temperature and do a check up and send you on yeah well timed long term as like this relation changes as financial situations change no they're keeping an eye on the market they know what's going on okay I got it yeah I know exactly what to recommend I picked up I want to go to the website of nap thought which is the national association of personal financial advisors hi not for members have to put you first okay can so what will happen is if.

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"usda" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"usda" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Imagine when you find out this whole branches of the whole branch. But yes, so they are you on first amendment grounds, which is clearly nonsense and is fucking ridiculous. So a recent lawsuit with Hormel, the meet people, don't, you know, the people who make that terrible chilly. It really shows how this practice like looks in action. So during litigation of this lawsuit. It was shown that the company's Hormel natural choice label uses the same hormone and antibiotic treated animals that Hormel uses in their other conventional hormone meat products like spam. But it's the sorts the same. But it's under the Hormel natural choice. Yeah. So it's like, it's like Doritos. And then like if they came up with like organic Doritos, then you found out the same. Seem like meat or whatever for more money. So you know, the natural choice label. Went along with an inflated price tag. Because people consumers thought they were paying a little bit more for better better product back. Same fucking the same exact fucking products. And while this is obviously shady is how it's entirely legal right now in the United States jerks. Okay. So like, we said the FDA has absolutely no guidelines for the term natural and only lightly enforces, the use of the term all natural. Okay. Meanwhile, the USDA defines natural do. With food out of politics, some sick of it. And meanwhile, the USDA defines natural as quote a product containing, no artificial ingredients or added color and his only minimally processed. Meaning it's processed in a manner that does not fundamentally alter the product. Okay. So that means that animals raised with warm owns and lots of antibiotics can still fall under the natural category. As can't Cheetos, and lemon flavored Oreos. The is. There's nothing natural lemon flavored or use sairy few people if anyone has ever gotten in trouble for using this labeling people should. Yeah. So natural all natural bullshit their own meaning thing. Okay. Certified organic with the USDA seal on it is what you're looking for that matter to you an agenda like not to like, maybe we'll post this on the website bit is that this is like the front matter of our first book. Yes. And we don't want people getting fooled into spending extra money extra hard. Earn money on products. That have no meaningful difference. You know? So a good way to get around. This is to read your fucking ingredients. I would even do a side by side. I would go get like they're normal. You'll be by the Brown packaging, 'cause they're like, oh, it's so for sure. I heard that look to see if organic is just in the name of the brand or saying, it says that uses organic ingredients, you know, like look for all that in before you go ahead and spend the extra four dollars on the products. Because most of the time is not a meaningful difference. And if.

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"usda" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Against USDA and the Montana beef council action that has now been expanded to additional beef councils across the heartland at the heart of the litigation is the money that's being handed over by state beef councils to the federation of state beef councils share of that group is Don Caldwell from Nebraska. And we asked her about what this all really means for the federation. How does that impact what the federation can successfully do right now nothing has changed because within that lawsuit? The judge has not plays the unjust that Montana is experiencing on those other states. So we are operating status quo. None of those states. I've done anything wrong. The lawsuit is asking to validate oversight federal oversight all of the states have. Memorandum of understanding of so each and every project that they're doing even at their state level is being approved at the federal USDA level now. And so that I believe will allow those states to continue maneuvering there fifty cents through the system as they have been to continue to create beef demands, ammo, you will be something that can be a good are Puerto argument by USDA lawyers simply that yes, really from the checkoff perspective. We want to be able to continue to do the good work. We've been doing beef demand is an all time high and that very much is in part due to the check off. And and if we are not allowed to carry out that good work, then I get sad thinking about what could happen to beef demand, and every producer we want. We want good market prices for our animals and beef demand is what brings that about four Don.

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"usda" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"USDA meteorologist Brad rip. He takes a look at the nation's weather for the week ahead. Looking at the week to outlook for November thirteen th through the nineteenth to cold air. That is coming down is going to stick around. We're looking at most of the country expecting below normal. Temperatures in mid November exceptions will be southern Florida and the far west, including the Pacific coast states. It will be warmer than normal in those areas. Terms of precipitation, generally, wet pattern forecast to continue across much of the southern and eastern United States. The west however expected to remain dry. Some of that dryness little stretch across the Rockies across into the northern plains and parts of the midwest and his rookie suggested it will be drying warmer than normal for the week of November twelfth here in California and perhaps longer the AccuWeather fourteen day outlook for the Sacramento valley shows highs in the sixties lows in the forties. No threat of serious rain in the forecast through the end of the month. However, there is a chance of morning showers on November twenty four believe it when you see it. Aw. The USDA. Stephanie ho reports that this balmy weather could mean trouble for southern California. Power -fornia will mostly miss out on chilly conditions. But that doesn't mean the weather will be uneventful while most of the country is going to be under the influence of strong Canadian high pressure. The one exception will be west of the Rockies and particularly in California. And there where you're going to have our first significant Santa Ana wind event of the season USDA meteorologist Brad Rigby says high pressure in the area is starting to build as that happens starting late in the week. We will see an increase in gradient of offshore winds blowing across parts of southern California. And given the fact that we haven't seen any appreciable rainfall yet in the state of California that could lead to conditions conducive toward wildfire development and rapid expansion. He says the gusty winds are paired with low humidity and warm temperatures is that time of year for southern..

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"usda" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That is zero down is the USDA loan and the USDA loan is available in many rural areas around the country. One thing is urban sprawl is getting out there. And yet property is still rated USDA. All right. Let's get back to the phones. Tom is on the line. And Tom as I understand it. You're already be funding plant. Robert is working on a reply for me. We've had a little bit of problem with appraisal. And he's working which we greatly. Appreciate I just had a quick question. They had mentioned that during this process. We're not supposed to make any kind of changes in our budgets as we're going through this. But I'm in the in the middle of having to re reinsure my vote the price for the insurance now is almost doubled from what it was last year. And I'm I can get it through a different company for almost half price is is that one of the things you're talking about this. You're not supposed to screw with. And you know, in the interim now Tommy I let me let me applaud you for asking. Again. I think that is the the key here. You know? That's simply what we want you to do as a customer during this mortgage process. We can't give you that that list of of what you can. And can't do and we really we just want you to do is call us and ask and in your case. Changing the insurance on your boat is not going to affect the mortgage process. You know, we do not count that in your debt income ratio. That's not one of the qualifying things we have to count against you. Because it's not a debt the debt on the boat. We would have to count those types of things, but the insurance we do not. So you are good to go ahead and take care of that insurance policy..

USDA Tom Robert Tommy
"usda" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The usda has ruled in the past agree or disagree with it it's kind of their mo that they don't want to open the floodgates to everybody saying they need a car part of the requirement is you walk the course now we may look at it and say well that's not that big of an advantage for john daly i believe it is but as we found out with phil mickelson and everything like that the us has their rules and sometimes the as stickler for the rules and this is one of them so it's disappointing that jon daly's not in colorado springs could you imagine his drives at altitude but i can't like i would say just from a fan standpoint or a media person standpoint i would say let him play and let him take his card but in in fairness and just in the spirit of the rules and everything like that you can't really let him have that because then everyone who tweaks a hammy the week leading up to a golf tournament is going to want to want wanna cart so i understand the usda side of this now whether they re tried to get more information from him or whatever is is is another story i don't know that and like i said the usda has a oppressive eligibility tomorrow and i'm sure john daly will be brought up but for now we just go on the fact that john daly has a knee injury it's a temporary knee injury and the us shay's not willing to make an exemption for this.

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"usda" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"Doing the ultimate rake and phil goes to he goes i don't know what i just got and i don't care we'll figure it out but after phil meets with the scrum i he met with curtis strange that was an interesting interview phil said oh i knew exactly what i was doing i was going to take a two stroke penalty because i didn't want to raleigh back down the hill i wanted to get to the next he locked up but what he really was intimidate intimating was at the usda has no clue publicly that's warning himself right because afterwards he did a lot of loose from his peers i mean eddie pepperell he plays on the european tour said this is a serious cop out by the us g with the usda essentially did they have three different rules they could messed with they pick the one that would not d q phil the three they took the lesser of three evil and which they did which which gusta did with tiger a drop so there's enough gray area that's one of the issues with golf is enough gray area that you can couch whatever decision you wanna make by saying this is this is what we're going to every junior i i council i say make sure you use the rules to your advantage the world's best second best in the world was tiger it would have been nice nice going we'll see you next time.

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"usda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the addiction of the wise just a few reporters tended grant and other black farmer advocates say even though the usda admitted widespread discrimination when it settled the pig lawsuit in nineteen ninety nine it did not hold any employees accountable i never have understood why people did not become outraged when the government settled with black farmers in nineteen ninety nine and not one agent lost ajar actually they got promoted not one several employees we asked the usda if anyone was ever fired after the findings in the pig for settlement they didn't answer that question or any other that we put to them so i went to the guy who is at the top during much of this time i set up an interview with tom ville sack secretary of agriculture during president obama's two terms he said he didn't know about the wise case and couldn't comment on it directly but he says if paul and nichols or someone else in the f office manipulated eddie wise production numbers that's a violation of agency rules if there was no justification in no reason to change the number from ten to eight that's certainly is you know something that sounds unusual certainly to something that wouldn't in my view wouldn't pass the smell test if that's in fact what happened phil sack told me because of the departments history of discrimination he ordered training at county offices and tighten procedures making sure farmers who came in asking for services were given a receipt so they could prove they'd ask for help when filing complaints and bill sack received a monthly report from the depa office of civil rights and what i can tell you is that we saw substantial reduction in the number of program complaints this these would be people coming in and saying that they weren't being treated fairly so we did see progress that is not to say that there can't be a circumstance or situation where for whatever reason something goes know goes awry because you're dealing with ninety thousand employees ninety one hundred thousand employees eddie son is also named edward wise with the family calls ronnie i went to see him at his home in a quiet semi rural part of prince george's county maryland ronnie is a career police officer in washington dc he's powerfully built like his father and shares his dad's love of growing things the garden is is behind this behind the shed and in what i haven't i haven't front with the raised beds we do back back behind behind the shit being back here is like being back is close to north carolina is get without being in north carol carolina and ronnie recently turned fifty two age that would have allowed him to retire with full benefits my goal was fifty this year was the sort heading back home to sis my father with the farm he always talked about being passed down something because his parents never gave him anything there there was nothing to pass the pass on this was my my heart's desire like i said i've been trying to get back north carolina it looks like my mom back she there's nothing to go back to last was the whole thrust in my life that's what i worked on a pass that was a done deal but i came pass them on to him that the government's taken on a holiday hawed even think about.

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"usda" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"usda" Discussed on WLOB

"The usda and the ad council a woman suing the mormon church over alleged sexual misconduct decades ago can dance and has made her name public and spoke publicly about what happened she filed the lawsuit here in federal court against joseph bishop the former head of the provo missionary training center whom she accuses of raping her back in one thousand nine hundred eighty four she has also named the lds church as a defendant in this accusing the church of doing nothing to stop this she alleges that the church had ample notice that there were problems that he had been previously accused of inappropriate conduct with others and still did nothing thus contributing she alleges to the sexual assault that she says that she experience and winslow with my fox salt lake city authorities saying employee of the centers for disease control whose body was found in atlanta river ground and there were no signs of foul play kenny rogers retiring earlier than expected rogers knows when to fold them oh away the seventy nine year old cut short has two year gamblers last deal farewell tour due to health concerns the tour which kicked off in two thousand sixteen had eight concerts left rogers rep says he has been working through a series of health challenges his doctors fully expect the come to be great but they have advised him the cancel all performances through the end of the year to focus on recuperation rogers announced his plans to retire after one final tour two thousand fifteen michelle pollino fox news scientists in an arctic have harvested the first crop of vegetables grown without.

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"usda" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"usda" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"To you by the usda hhs on the i'm derek stone with sixty seconds science sports thirty two year old charlotte hornets center dwight howard scored thirty two points and grabbed thirty rebounds spurs the brooklyn nets on march twenty first becoming the second oldest player in national basketball association history to accomplish the feat howard's performance wasn't the best end the thirty points and thirty rebounds category because he made only fifty seven percent of his free throws while making fifty nine percent of eight shots the best performance in this exclusive category belongs to wilt chamberlain who scored fifty three points and grabbed thirty one rebounds purses the philadelphia seventy sixers in nineteen sixty six when he made fifty one percent of his shots and eighty five percent of his free throws i'm derek stone and this is my sixty seconds saad sports this sense constitutional minute is sponsored by the friedman surgical group in lavonia the fourth amendment to the constitution of the united states of america the right of the people to be secure in their persons houses papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated and no weren't show issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized thank you friedman surgical group for shining a bright light on our american constitution hey y'all watch more listen to this join me radio john d and the greasy skillet each and every week were relieved that top forty interstate and hit those two.

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"usda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"usda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Usda have to guess whether usda doesn't or not if they're in the chug uh that that speaks to the complexity and that of of this institution in this the vast array of stuff it does it all so what are some of the things we would chug on the on the defer as iso right of i ask you that the the usda shoots geese at laguardia airport so they don't get in do i airplane engines if you answered no you'd be wrong hong they've they politely usd polices essentially all conflict between animals and people in the country the usda make sure that circus elephants are being abused the usda make sure that each of the nine billion birds we kill each year to eat uh our our our could make a sick the you sta overseas firefighting in the country while firefighting and the national forest service and two hundred million acres of of national forest the usda funds a vast majority of the science research into food production usda feeds a poor people and a school children who can't afford school lunches i mean he goes on and on uh and the the actual farming part of it the agricultural part of it at the farm subsidy part of it even if you can a generously is less than ten percent of the budget okay so the agriculture department safe were prepared for a transition they were ready to brief people who they knew would be coming in who may or may not have share some of their policy agenda um who showed up from the trump administration well i tell you that nobody showed up at the day of the election nobody shows up did worthy acting people the day after the election is that oh my god had parking spots reserved in they had offices set aside and the briefing books on the table and deranged wi fi for the computers and ed passwords for everybody in a badges to getting out of the buildings they expected a team of people show up and this wasn't just the department of agriculture there were there are other agencies were that there were similarly prepare that is one of wh whereas everybody and then days past and they finally got to get where that well there are a little disorganized nobody's come.

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