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Kevin McCullough on the Failure of Democrats' Abortion Legislation

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | Last month

Kevin McCullough on the Failure of Democrats' Abortion Legislation

"Tell us both triggered Thomas. When I saw. The Senate try to push forward this insane abortion law and fail, I thought this is pure politics. They're doing this because they know they're going to get destroyed in November. So they're trying to come across like we're the only hope we're doing everything we can to save you from the evil Republicans, something like that. Well, what's interesting about the failure of that vote was that it not only didn't meet the cloture standard, which I think they were required to have 60. And this is why Elizabeth Warren was all out of sorts when she was in the hallway with the hill afterwards saying, oh, it's time to do away with the filibuster. It didn't even get a majority of votes. So it failed 49 51, you had a couple of Democrats that sided with Republicans that swayed the difference there. And at the end of the day, we are still not a country that is eager to. We don't worship moloch here. We don't eat our children. This is not and it feels somewhat surreal saying that, Eric, but when you look at the insanity that the left has gone after our kids with, they hate children from the pre born stage to the infant formula shortage that is cropping up all over the place now where the USDA actually controls about 60% of the production of formula and it had this been the Trump administration and he had taken the same blueprint that he did with vaccines and said, let's go get a private public partnership and get formula made and get it out to the shelves so that babies are okay. They could have done that in there's a couple of factories in Michigan right now that are sitting still that have been lifeless since mid last year.

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Report: Trump officials, meat companies knew workers at risk

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last month

Report: Trump officials, meat companies knew workers at risk

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Georgia bill would ban abortion pills by mail, require exams

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Georgia bill would ban abortion pills by mail, require exams

"Republicans Republicans Republicans Republicans in in in in Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia have have have have introduced introduced introduced introduced a a a a bill bill bill bill prohibiting prohibiting prohibiting prohibiting the the the the delivery delivery delivery delivery of of of of abortion abortion abortion abortion pills pills pills pills by by by by mail mail mail mail GOP GOP GOP GOP lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers in in in in Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia one one one one anyone anyone anyone anyone who who who who wants wants wants wants to to to to use use use use abortion abortion abortion abortion pills pills pills pills to to to to visit visit visit visit a a a a doctor doctor doctor doctor in in in in advance advance advance advance and and and and then then then then returned returned returned returned to to to to pick pick pick pick up up up up the the the the pills pills pills pills Senate Senate Senate Senate bill bill bill bill three three three three fifty fifty fifty fifty one one one one but but but but also also also also require require require require physicians physicians physicians physicians to to to to perform perform perform perform a a a a physical physical physical physical exam exam exam exam including including including including an an an an ultrasound ultrasound ultrasound ultrasound and and and and get get get get a a a a patient patient patient patient to to to to sign sign sign sign an an an an extensive extensive extensive extensive consent consent consent consent form form form form twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four hours hours hours hours in in in in advance advance advance advance of of of of giving giving giving giving out out out out the the the the pills pills pills pills the the the the measure measure measure measure is is is is in in in in response response response response to to to to the the the the USDA's USDA's USDA's USDA's decision decision decision decision last last last last month month month month that that that that changed changed changed changed a a a a federal federal federal federal rule rule rule rule would would would would have have have have required required required required women women women women to to to to pick pick pick pick up up up up the the the the medication medication medication medication in in in in person person person person I I I I usually usually usually usually after after after after

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USDA rethinks approach to controlling salmonella in poultry

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

USDA rethinks approach to controlling salmonella in poultry

"Federal health officials are rethinking their approach to controlling salmonella in poultry plants in the hope of reducing the number of illnesses the USDA says all levels of salmonella contamination found in poultry plants in recent years has been reduced that has not translated into a significant reduction in the estimated one point three million salmonella illnesses reported each year so the agency wants to set up pilot projects that focus more on the strains of salmonella that cause the most illnesses they're also looking at steps farmers can take to reduce the bacteria out before chickens and turkeys are slaughtered like using more vaccinations adding probiotics to feed and doing more to ensure that birds bedding food and water remains clean I'm Shelley Adler

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Dairy Farmers Eligible for Pandemic-Related Assistance

America First

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Dairy Farmers Eligible for Pandemic-Related Assistance

"Help is on the way for dairy farmers. For those who got a lower price for their dairy products because of pandemic related market abnormalities. The Department of Agriculture will provide about 350 million in assistance payments for eligible farmers. Family dairy farmers have been battered by the pandemic trade issues and unpredictable weather. USDA says Qualified dairy farmers will get payments for 80% of the revenue difference per month based on an annual production of up to £5 million of milk marketed. And on fluid milk sales from July through December. 2020 John

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USDA to Permanently Boost Food Stamp Benefits by 25 Percent

KPRC 950 AM

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

USDA to Permanently Boost Food Stamp Benefits by 25 Percent

"From the Biden administration boxes, Algae and Grosso reports. In the largest single increase in the program's history. The Biden administration approves a significant and permanent boost in the levels of food stamp assistance available to needy families starting in October. Average benefits for food stamps, known officially as the Snap program will rise more than 25% above pre pandemic levels. All 42 million snap beneficiaries will benefit indefinitely the average monthly per person benefits Will rise from $121 to $157 activists say the previous levels of pre pandemic snap assistance weren't enough, forcing many to choose cheaper, less nutritious options or simply go hungry as the phones ran low towards the end of the month. Sounds Jian Grasso, Fox

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The Great Seed Panic of 2020

The Experiment

01:17 min | 1 year ago

The Great Seed Panic of 2020

"Just start from the very very beginning like set me in time Where should we start law. Summer people might be aware there. A story that bubbled in the media for a couple of weeks in the summer of twenty twenty writer. Chris heath noticed a strange national news story. It has been happening all across the nation including right here in our area is in most people's newspapers and it was on tv all over the place. What's behind this rather odd phenomenon. People across the country are getting unsolicited packages. Listen to this new idea where it came from. I didn't order it. People have been receiving mysterious packages that they did not order people. All over america started receiving. These completely baffling packages. They appear to have chinese writing on some of them. Seen here from the tampa bay times are usually marked with chinese characters and incite were packets of c- seen called mystery seeds and they have appeared in mailboxes and more than two dozen states. Usda has now put a warning saying not to open these packages or even planting the seeds. There's nothing on the package. Seemed to explain what the seats were redressed to the people who received them as far as they were concerned they had no idea why they were being sending

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"usda" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"usda" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Indicated that blacks got less service and funding under the first bill administration. Didn't we did on the prior bush administration and we were very concerned that we got almost nothing so it was more than just fine shirley he had a he surrounded himself primarily with all whites and his inner circle he treated a number of blacks way treated shirley so we will in general and we were concerned that he was coming back. Now he's saying all the right things at the present time but we'll still concerned about this slow process. We still got the same old g. C office of general counsel and a farm service agency is the agency that has been known to discriminate against black farmers. Those of the two. Who are doing the work here. On putting this together until a farmer receives debt write off and twenty percent for the taxes and had the lien removed from their property. We're not convinced yet. Although i think we probably closer than we were the last two efforts that failed now. Mr i wanna also talk a little bit about banks here. We've been talking about the. Usda but secretary villes sachs says. That part. what's happening is that banks aren't too excited about this legislation. I'm they say they're going to be losing out on profits from interest payments. So when you have had to deal with these kinds of loans and you just help us to understand why this debt exists. What's your perspective on. What the banks are saying. Here i think in a nutshell. They're being greedy. And that the banks will receive a hundred percent of the debt for those banks that included early payment clause. They'll get that payment as well They you know. A chance are the banks would charge considerably more than the department These guaranteed loans now which means that. They'll only exposed to ten percent of the debt and that. Usda guarantee ninety percent of the debt. So they had limited exposure. And then if you have a lien on the property you almost had zero exposure and then you could you can get between own operating loans or up to real estate loans. Somewhere between two percent to three and a half percent interest f. You have a direct loan with the department These banks charging considerably more than that. So maybe they don't have someone lineup that they can make. They can turn this money over that. They're getting ready to receive and get the same interest rate on it. I'm not sure what the problem is. But they're going to be made whole they're not gonna lose a nickel and an opportunity costs what they're talking about in addition to the penalty and the penalty or the early payment clause Designed to deal with potential losses that result early payment. So i think that mind be greedy and get paid more than they are entitled to mr lloyd. Wright is a farmer from westmoreland county virginia and former director of the usda civil rights office. Mr right thank you so much for talking with us this morning. You're very welcome. Just a reminder that we tape that conversation with mr right before.

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New US Rules to Protect Animal Farmers Expected Soon

Phil's Gang

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

New US Rules to Protect Animal Farmers Expected Soon

"Plans to issue a new rule to protect the rights of farmers protection against the country's largest meat processors. As part of a plan to encourage more competition in the agriculture sector. The rule will make it easier for farmers to sue companies they contract with over unfair practices. The USDA will also tighten the definition of what it means for me to be labeled. Product of USA to exclude when animals are raised in other countries and simply processed in the US an executive order is expected this week. That will clear the way for the new rules that will follow later. John Scott

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"usda" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"usda" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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"usda" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast

Purdue Commercial AgCast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"usda" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast

"Seen a ton of volatility basically since the turn of the year we'd been up down up down but particular here you know in the late spring and early summer months we've just been really kind of on this rollercoaster ride if you potentially miss or felt like you missed an opportunity as it related to some new crop marketing opportunities the rally that we saw today certainly made up for at least the losses that we've seen the last couple of weeks which maybe gives people a chance to kind of go back in and make some new crop marketing decisions where they wish they had a beliefs ago. Yeah of course. Those new crop Bids in the ballpark where they have been for a good bit of the sprang right. We've seen a lot of bids in that five. Roughly maybe five seventy two about five eighty five five ninety range depending on your location in the in the day. Choose to pick to pick out a bid so it. It really does bring us back to their level for a lot of folks in indiana crop conditions. Maybe you're looking pretty good right now. So there's an opportunity to maybe lock in a profit on at least a portion of your crop production on the soybean side. Let's take a look at that real quick so we mentioned earlier. No big change in terms of acreage. So if you think about the soybean balance sheet it really didn't change appreciably. We're still looking at a situation worthy Carryover on soybeans probably going to be very close to what. usda was projected just a few weeks ago. That's about three and a half percent so real no no big change. The the question mark on soybeans continues to be what's going to happen with domestic crush. What's going to happen with exports You know. I took a look at exports. If you look at exports to the third week of june. I think we're running at about ninety four percent of what. Usda's forecast is for this market a year so you know on the surface. It sounds pretty good. That's means we only need to pick up about six percent over these last roughly ten weeks of the marketing year to hit the target that. Usda is kind of set for exports. However were in that timeframe when soybean exports really slow down So if you look at month obey. I think we picked up about two percent of the. Usda's estimate in june. It looks like we also picked up. Probably about two percent I think in the last couple of weeks since we did that. Mid june webinar. We picked up about one percent. So it's gonna be kinda tight as to whether or not we actually hit the target. I mean that's pretty good chance. Actually i think but that guaranteed But still very tight supply situation tighter than the trade was expecting from the standpoint of what would happen in the twenty twenty one marketing year and so sets us up for a lot of alto odeon soya beans and again Nathan we talked about what could happen at the end of this marketing year..

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"usda" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast

Purdue Commercial AgCast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"usda" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast

"You gotta make sure that we're at an apples and apples verison with what those cash bizarre. They're using our future price in what you compare to. You know you're looking at for example. The server commercialized crop basis to live. When you look at it and you make some apples. Apples comparison definitely looks like there's some some positive strength in in the basic science on the cash market side of things in addition to the positive response was on the future side. Which again that's up or some pre favorable cash price opportunities for court right now. So i think that you know for people that may be thought..

"usda" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast

Purdue Commercial AgCast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"usda" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast

"In joining me today are nathan thompson. Whose an associate professor bag economics here purdue along with galangue amar who's a professor of economics and also the associate director of the center for commercial agriculture. Today we're gonna talk about the corn and soybean outlook in light of. Usda's acreage report was released this afternoon. On june thirtieth. And you know as you look at the data The anchorage estimate came in on the low end of expectations. In fact it was below almost all the animals analysts expectations. It's just a little over ninety. Two point six million acres so surprising number as you look at the change relative to the march report I think one of the interesting things about it was was the decline that we saw in several states so nebraska iowa missouri l. canaan below their march estimate eastern corn belt states came above and michael. I'm gonna ask you to talk about that just a minute. And then as you look at the upper mid west We've been talking about this really all winter and spring Large acreage increases in north dakota south dakota and minnesota when you look at the corn side so michael. What do you make of that. I think the. I think the eastern bill change was not that surprising given the fact that we did see some strengthen core prices compared to soybean prices as we got close to planting and so. I think i think what happened was competitive. I will get close to planning. Compared to the the perspective planning which was of course early march estimate so i was real surprised with the eastern corn belt. Certainly i wasn't expecting big changes in north dakota south dakota minnesota. They were up considerably From the perspective planning up anywhere from six to nine percent higher than the than the march estimate to me what was a little surprising about that was the dryness we've experienced up there and people still decided to plant corn Obviously they have the ability to get in there and plant from a standpoint of not being too wet which has been the problem more recently up there in like for example twenty one thousand nine hundred extent twenty twenty but but that was a surprise The other thing that was a surprise was sorghum. Acreage and again michael. I think you've brought this up a couple of times. You were actually expecting the see an increase in soybean sorghum acreage in the great plain states and boy that did not materialize it. All that's certainly did not materialize us certain planet acres. Were were quite a bit below That the industry expectations below in fact if you look state by state basis kansas which historically is one of the biggest sorghum producers down eleven percent oklahoma's a smaller producer but still down about ten percent. The brask down almost seven percent so those were all surprises. I guess especially that. Kansas number kind of surprised me and as you mentioned well below analysts expectations. So you know if you think about that. I think what's going on here. Is we picked up a little. Bit accord acreage not a lot..

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The USDA Is Set to Give Black Farmers Debt Relief

All Things Considered

01:45 min | 1 year ago

The USDA Is Set to Give Black Farmers Debt Relief

"Massive covid relief package includes billions for the U. S Department of Agriculture to wipe away the debt of farmers of color. But these farmers have been promised relief before to make up for decades of discrimination, and many are skeptical that this time will be different as an as Emma hurt of member station WSB in Atlanta, reports Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is in Fort Valley, Georgia on a sunny Saturday morning trying to convince a group of black farmers to trust his department again. No surprise here. I'm a white guy from the Midwest and I'm hot, So if you don't mind I'm gonna take my coat on is that all right? Phil Sack lays out the details of an estimated four billion in debt forgiveness for His and the relief are a big Phil Sack lays out the details of an estimated four billion in debt forgiveness for farmers of color, which he says will begin this month. His trip and the relief are a big deal an acknowledgement of long standing discrimination. And so they had a chance. To grow to expand. As a result, over the years of skepticism of the USDA has deepened and it affects how some farmers view this latest relief package. It's like the Fox watching the henhouse. John Boyd is president of the National Black Farmers Association. He's a Virginia farmer who became an advocate decades ago after facing loan discrimination himself, just about every 8.5 to 9 years. Something happens in this issue. And I don't have many more eating a half for nine years left in my span here to get some some real significant change in place so that we can say the next generation of black farmers

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"usda" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"usda" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Welcome back for another episode of rb. P it's me ross. Bohlin here as always with my number. One guy jared slow aka the bone collector. Dude you feel rejuvenated by the long weekend. Yeah yeah a little bit no. You don't know you're right now. The only way to actually be rejuvenated by a long holiday weekend by not participating in it at all otherwise even more draining than regular life. Especially now that we're so out of practice socially due to the pandy. Have you noticed this. Have you thought about this. Have you seen this when you talk to people in especially if you're a group of people right now for an extended period of time because that's not something whereas used to like really takes it out you. I keeping up with four people. We're talking once right now. My faulk i went out on a boat shelves the boats and to it was it was with four people i never met before and luckily i was able to get through it. But i was like damn. I haven't done this in like two years. Damn you're lucky to get. I mean there's also. I was kind of scared because of the implication john boat. It's not like you're skiing. We'll have another story today. Okay jared. I was taking a walk earlier writing this episode. After we discussed that. I needed to get out of the house and no bullshit. I'm walking down check. However it's pronounced it changed the spelling recently. So i'm unclear. It's a major street in austin Defiantly not one. You would expect a ton of foot traffic on like not a ton of foot traffic. Just like the occasional person because there's like some shopping centers. i guess but not like something. You'd typically walk down socially or recreationally really and frankly. I was wearing shorts. These in in this tank top. So i looked like i was maybe running or jogging. I wasn't wasn't working. How director sizing i. Don't want to take any stolen valor credit here. Because because i wasn't but this dude walking past me pulling a cooler stops me. He's like he's talking to me and he's using his hands and i've got my airpods. I'm writing on my phone. I'm i'm it. Looks like texting. But i'm not you know i'm i'm writing my. I'm doing my job. I'm working just getting out there. You know breathe in the fresh air and exhaust is cars drive by and so like i can't hear them in. I'm a fuck me. And i don i used to be double tap my airpods and then it pauses. That doesn't happen anymore. I know it's a thing. I can change. The settings doesn't matter point. Is i take the airpods out. And i'm like what's up and he's like. Hey man i've got about one hundred dollars of. Usda prime and cut him right there like who knows it could have been usda prime speckled moose cock for all i know but this dude wasn't like he didn't look like you know a person experiencing homelessness. He looked like a dude slinging street meet as a job and who slayings about one hundred dollars worth of anything out of a cooler on the sidewalk. Frankly it was the most bizarre proposition like psych. About a hundred dollars worth of usda prime. and i go nahmad. i'm good. And i just kept walking and i put my airpods straight back in and you know how it is whenever you kind of. Tell somebody to fuck off because you have to. And you're like yeah they could maybe stab me so you kind of look back. Could you have to so. I kinda look back. And he was like still yellen should have me like he was super pissed that i was not down to here is proposition about his. Usda prime st street meet which he did. I just don't this cooler. He was pulling looked like it. Had a human damn ahead in it man like middleman check right next to a gas station like i could probably bought and paid for a body part right there in public. Nobody cares anymore. The world has officially lost. Its mind people are selling street me. Yeah of all the things that you could like. Maybe make a buck peddling. I'm thinking like popsicles ice cream. This do whimper me street. Meet what kind of person gets their meat off the street in decides vultures do. I look like approachable or some shit. I feel like christopher on the sopranos. Like do i look like a pussy to you. Then why would you try to sell me. One hundred dollars of usda anything out of a cooler on the street like a fucking idiot taking why there's a few other people like he could have gone after a bus station. A bus stop right there with a couple of people sitting at prime. Usda potential sales. I look like i'm fucking working out or something like he makes me take out the airpods imagining like. Let's say the person who is looking out their window watching this exchange if you had actually bought it just like looking and seeing serandon dude in workout clothes. Purchasing a rack of ribs street meet one hundred percent prime. Usda sir why is it in this cooler with you on the street then. I like to imagine that it's not even in bags. Just like stacked on top of each other inside and you just walk around with like a sirloin steak and no bag just like gripping in your bare hand man. Whatever it is that you have. That has the stamp of one hundred percent. Usda prime what after that. It doesn't matter whatever it is that you have has that stamp on it the second that you put it in a cooler and start dragging it down the street to try to peddle street meet. It loses that credibility of one hundred percent. Usda you have to take the sticker off because no longer does it carry now that classification the the us da would no longer approve it as being prime if it's stuck in a cooler one hundred probably probably like i. It's like one of those kinds of coolers where he's walking down the street instead of ice packs is probably just like gatorade bottles filled with water that he froze then stuck in there. You know but dasan guy. You think. I'm buying street meet during before or after a pandemic like didn't the pandemic just make everybody who's alive right now no matter your age go well. I can't buy street meet ever again. I'm pretty sure street meet was the cause of the pandemic my man. I've left my house seven times in the past sixteen months i wouldn't eat whatever is in that cooler. If you're headed me. Fifty thousand dollars in cash. I wouldn't let you finish that sentence for five hundred dollars..

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USDA to Begin Paying off Loans of Minority Farmers in June

Freakonomics Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

USDA to Begin Paying off Loans of Minority Farmers in June

"Agricultural Secretary Tom Vilsack says debt relief and checks for farmers of color will start to be issued early next month. And I heard from member station W. Abe reports. It's part of the department's debt relief program. Under the recently passed American Rescue Plan, Farmers of color have won multiple class action settlements with the government over lending discrimination, but that promised relief did not actually materialize for many farmers. Now Secretary. Vilsack says the department is trying to make amends by canceling their USDA debts. So the Department of Agriculture is anxious to work. Anxious to get the work anxious to do the work. Um, and we're gonna spend every waking moment. Trying to make this right Aziz best we can. The department is also tasked with changing its own processes to try to prevent that discrimination going forward. Fewer than 2% of American farmers are black 3% or native American and

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Big Government Cheese

Planet Money

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Big Government Cheese

"It's one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. Jimmy carter has announced his plan to help farmers and congress's like wait. No we also love the farmers and so they pass a law saying that they want the price of milk to go up automatically every six months. It's one thing for politicians to say we want the price of milk to go up but the government then actually has to figure out a way to step into this market and make it happen. So it's it's fundamental economics again dairy economist. any vodka. Vich you got two levers you can pull out and you can do something to make demand greater or you can do something to make supply less either one should get you a higher price lever one lower the supply. You could do what they do in canada and say hey no more milk. You can only produce so much milk but this is america. We don't do milk quotas. No lover one. Okay lever to more demand. You could try to convince the public that they want to drink. More milk in it looked delicious glass. Okay easier solution. Maybe the government could just start buying a ton of milk themselves. This was generally the approach that we would use to support other kinds of farm industries. The government would buy up say massive amounts of corn or wheat. And then just throw it into a silo until we needed it for some reason but that does not work for milk because milk starts going bad. The minute it comes out of the cow fell so mostly water so you got a holiday around in those. Like gas tankers. The federal government wouldn't have the foggiest idea what to do with tanker loads of milk. What would the government do if you drove this into downtown washington and said here you go so the clever folks that. Usda said what if we went down to supply chain one step ah-ha and looked at dairy products that are storable so the basic question was what kinds of milk products can the government by and store. Butter one nonfat dry milk and cheese and in particular Cheddar type cheese

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Climate Change Is Messing With Your French Fries

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Climate Change Is Messing With Your French Fries

"You want fries with that. Potatoes are very popular side dish. The most common potato variety is the russet burbank which is mainly grown in the pacific northwest. But as the climate there gets warmer and drier growing these tubers may become more difficult. Novi is with the. Usda agricultural research service in idaho. He has to water their crops. Many farmers in his state depend on mountain snowpack which melt slowly throughout the growing season. And so if we have less snowfall up in the mountains or earlier melting of that snowpack that can impact our irrigation. Going into the future hot dry weather can reduce farmers yields and it can make the potatoes grow unattractive bumps novi says another risk posed by rising temperatures. Is that more of the potato. Starch content will convert to sugar then when you fry that tuber. We've got a very dark potato chip or dark. French fry so not desirable by most consumers to help the industry adapt novi another. Scientists have been developing new more potato varieties so even as the climate changes. Diners can continue to order fries with

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Estimated 25 million to see boost in federal food benefits

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Estimated 25 million to see boost in federal food benefits

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi you're you're reporting reporting an an estimated estimated twenty twenty five five million million people people will will see see a a boost boost in in federal federal food food benefits benefits about about twenty twenty five five million million Americans Americans will will be be eligible eligible to to receive receive more more money money in in food food assistance assistance and and renew renew by by did did ministration ministration policy policy the the change change was was announced announced late late Thursday Thursday after after the the U. U. S. S. department department of of agriculture agriculture reached reached a a settlement settlement with with two two California California plaintiffs plaintiffs who who sued sued last last year year after after being being blocked blocked from from increased increased benefits benefits approved approved by by Congress Congress for for corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic relief relief the the USDA USDA says says households households not not receiving receiving at at least least ninety ninety five five dollars dollars per per month month an an increased increased benefits benefits during during the the pandemic pandemic will will be be eligible eligible to to receive receive up up to to that that amount amount going going forward forward it it could could take take several several weeks weeks for for states states to to process process the the increased increased benefits benefits Mike Mike Rossi Rossi out out Washington Washington

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Stimulus bill offers minority farmer debt relief, aid to food supply chain

Bob Sirott

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Stimulus bill offers minority farmer debt relief, aid to food supply chain

"Round of stimulus is getting ready to go out the door and part of that $1.9 trillion is going to agriculture. A little over 10 billion goes to agriculture Total. Let's Laura Riley, the business of food reporter for The Washington Post, and about half of that five billion is going to disadvantage. Farmers, farmers of color and largely black farmers love that 5,000,000,004 would go to debt relief, the other building going to grants, training, education and other forms of assistance to help farmers of color. Acquire land. Some experts say This is a big deal for black and indigenous farmers who were systematically discriminated against by the USDA and banks over decades, causing them to lose 90% of their land. Over the past century. I

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Marissa Lightsey Of Missouri Talks Crushing Her First Year In The Business

Hey Moms in Business

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Marissa Lightsey Of Missouri Talks Crushing Her First Year In The Business

"Mardi guys. Hey goten while com really good. We're so excited to talk to you today. you've got to just give us a little bit. Give us a little bit of a background so I have lived in mexico missouri for most of my life. I moved here from california. When i was about seven and growing up. I never really felt like. I would be like an entrepreneur. didn't real estate with never like a big interest. It kind of was something that came about. Maybe when i was eighteen i was like you know. I think i'd really like to do that. i tried my hand at a like owning another business before i had a children's store for about a year and then i sold that and after i sold i was going to have to do something so i guess also do real estate so i took my course i kind of knocked it out in like two weeks When took testing got my license. And i think That was in october of two thousand. Nineteen in between october and december closed one. I had a listing. And i. I didn't sell it but it's old and then Twenty twenty came and it was just insane. I know that twenty twenty has been like cursed pandemic year In for a lot of people it was like a very unfortunate year but for me. It was quite the opposite. I had my on like twenty six sides so good mix of listings and buyers. I definitely worked with a lot of first-time homebuyers but i learned so much Twenty six transactions will change you as a person really a really crazy. Twenty six transactions with a four months old or six month old at home and three-year-old. She obviously had the baby in the did the Like around christmas time. I guess it was twenty. Nineteen not i was pregnant with our little girl and gas twenty twenty. I was pregnant like on a summer. Like the worst time and like a beached whale. And sometimes i mean i would be showing homes just like feeling awful and i have you know toting around a four year old and but it was so fine and You know like. I close was in the hospital. I had a house close. While i was in the hospital having my daughter and then i actually think new contract to while i was in there so i never skipped a beat Like two days. After hat on thursday. And by the next saturday i was out. A new listing appointment With my husband and four-year-old and new more info. Yeah it was just like the new clients. Yeah i had a new diaper. you have to wear. Oh yeah yeah yes. It probably wasn't the most professional listing of white man. I think i was probably in like running shorts and tee shirt. I could barely walk. Because i had a c. section so like yeah two days after a c section. I'm like i'm not passing this listing. I was like i'm gonna go in those clients. Were so gracious. And i repeat customers. I work with them now and it was cute. They like bought my daughter a little onesie and stuff and they were excited. So i mean think about that listen. We can't even cattle prod. We can't even cattle prods. Some of our agents to get out of bed on time in the morning and you like c section two days astor outlook go when we hear like monroe stories. And they're in the hospital doing the all like i just. I love it. Because i felt like a a mental image of it. And it's just like if i was just saying this morning to like the one consistent being in my life is that it's always a like i like that usually usually you don't use the data. I know you say shit show. I think so. I love your attitude. Your your energy awesome the palace where your sources of business so Mainly facebook do a lot of face booking I know instagram is kind of like the way of the world in most other places of the country Here in little old mexico's area population. Twelve thousand. We're still really big on facebook here so i spend a lot of time on their maybe too much. But that's really where a lot of generated in like. A lot of my clients are people that i had gone to school with Looking to buy their first house. And i think i just tried to make myself as approachable as possible and i had been through the process twice with my husband. He bought our first house in this one together in the end of two thousand eighteen. So i've been through the process before You know prior to getting my license so it felt familiar. Just kind of learned as i went but i really became like a. Usda first time buyer specialists. That's definitely my bread and butter so And that's something really passionate about helping people who don't even they don't even know that they're sitting on Approvals or that they could even buy home. They just assume they have to rent.

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Texas officials give update as state grapples with water crisis

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Texas officials give update as state grapples with water crisis

"Governor Greg Abbott is confident of federal disaster declaration will be approved soon. The governor says he had a conversation with President Biden about the crisis in Texas and also discussed the USDA disaster request for farmers. Texas suffered widespread power outages this week after two winter storms hit millions of people in the state are under orders to boil water and are facing long lines and empty shelves of stores. NASA

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USDA Recalls Dips, Salad Products From Chicago's Schiller Park-Based Food Evolution

Ring of Fire Radio

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

USDA Recalls Dips, Salad Products From Chicago's Schiller Park-Based Food Evolution

"Of ready to eat, dip and salad products that contain meat. The effective products were only issued in Illinois. The Schiller Park, Illinois company says the products were produced without the benefit. Federal inspection, the USDA says it's not a class one recall, saying there's a reasonable probability it will cause serious adverse health consequences or death. Christie's auction house is selling off dozens of

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China gets in on the SolarWinds act

The CyberWire

03:50 min | 1 year ago

China gets in on the SolarWinds act

"Reuters reports that the fbi investigation of the solar wind supply. Chain attack is looking into evidence that chinese threat actors successfully exploited a vulnerability in the company's software to compromise the national finance center a payroll system operated by the us department of agriculture. The department of agriculture's reaction to the story is ambiguous. The agriculture department emailed reuters to say that. Usda has notified all customers including individuals and organizations whose data has been affected by the solar winds orion code compromise but a second departmental spokesman said after the story broke that there was no data breach related to solar winds at usda but offered no further clarification the vulnerability the chinese threat actors are believed to have exploited is said to be different from the one used by. Unc twenty four fifty two. The thread actor widely believed to be a russian intelligence service. Reuters anonymous sources told them that the campaign used and infrastructure that have been previously deployed by state backed chinese cyber spies as the washington post observes many have suspected another group was also actively exploiting solar winds but reuters. Report is the first to suggest that this second threat actor was connected to the chinese government. The chinese foreign ministry denied any involvement observing i and in fairness correctly that attribution is a complex technical issue the ministry then moved onto unlikely insistence on the usual pieties. China resolutely opposes and combat's any form of cyber attacks and cyber theft. It's doubtful that any government on the planet even say the holy sea or san marino resolutely opposes any form of cyber attack unless cyber attack is construed narrowly as to rule out any form of interception surveillance or retaliation if any pure cyber are running any government. It's doubtful that government is in beijing. Some have said that majors cyber attacks are often more like riots than bank jobs with multiple actors going after the same targets for their own reasons. Reuters quotes former. Us chief information security officer retired air force general gregory to hill. Who thinks it's not that unusual for more than one group to hit the same product. He prefers the racing metaphor to the criminal. One quote it wouldn't be the first time we've seen a nation state actor surfing in behind someone else. It's like drafting in nascar. To heal said it's worth noting that while the national finance center is housed in the department of agriculture. Its responsibilities aren't confined there. The nfc also handles payroll for other government agencies. Some of the more interesting ones from the point of view of national security are the fbi the state department the department of homeland security and the treasury department the nfc claims on its website to payroll more than six hundred thousand employees and also provides customizable and flexible financial management services and integrated shared service solutions. The data held by the nfc would include social security numbers phone numbers personal email addresses and banking information and also associations between individual employees and their agencies. Such information is useful for building. Human target dossiers of individuals of interest and chinese services have shown an appetite for such sweeping collection in the past against the us most notably in the office of personnel management breach of two thousand fifteen

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"usda" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"If your property qualifies as a USDA property, then once again no money down. We can do 100% financing. Assuming that you meet the rest of the guidelines. So us be the if if here Um, if how does somebody find out if a property qualifies USDA If they're working with a realtor, they would ask that realtor and did not say that right? Sure you can actually go to the USDA Web site. They have a property eligibility tool, and all you do is type in the property address, and it will tell you if the property is eligible for USDA loan or not, So it's a pretty simple process any and anybody could do it. You can just Google it and just Google USDA property eligibility and the tour will come up and you can find out on your own. So somebody wanted to buy, for example, you know? On the other side of four or maybe towards Tyler's, something may qualify for sentiment. Absolutely. And there's some places on if you look in some of the newly developed places that they're just started to develop on the outskirts of town. We're talking some really nice places you may not even think would be considered USDA because the development is so new that the website probably hasn't been updated yet They haven't changed the property eligibility. I mean, there's some that I would have never guessed for USDA, but they do qualify. Yeah, innit? That applies new construction, too. Doesn't know it does. Now isn't on USDA. Don't you have to You're capped on how much money you can make it. There are income limitations for USDA. There's also a calculator online that you couldn't go, Tio, You're going to enter your entire household income and everybody that live in the household. Even miners. So you're going to enter that on the on their website as well..

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"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

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"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

11:18 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

"1135 all the big show clock by going to the big show winding up here on a Monday overcast skies not much dry yet. We have had some spotty sunshine across the state of Iowa but Picked up some rainfall Friday Saturday Sunday here in Iowa said big time rainfall in Illinois may brought you now instead group selling land and the equipment to farmers since nineteen sixty nine thousand nine hundred six zero steph group. We're GONNA talk more with a robot to Meyer coming up here in this little bit but we are talking right now telephone with Jamie. Koe Hockey and Jamie we're GONNA talk markets here but I do want to mention that Beef cutouts here have been on a wild ride for the last ten days choice. Cutouts set a record gain on May fourth when they gained thirty to sixty in that market Friday. They set a record loss of sixteen sixty How about that? You talk about volatility in there so Let's let's talk markets and come back around that beef market but we did have some rain a apparently in some sections of Illinois that was pretty heavy and Soybeans jumped up a little bit. What's happened in the soybean market? Yeah you're exactly right the moisture in the eastern half that they'll annoy providing some support our soyabean complex this morning some areas got twice of what the historical numbers Sean for the month of. May and they're still more moving in. Here's yet today. Funds are coming into the week long. Roughly about thirty two thousand being contracts you know and still holding those together very very firm here today but mostly whether not a big news announcements over the weekend China bind aggressively aggressively with beans. There are some rumors today that they might be in the market again for Korn surprisingly but not on being today would be the second update and still looking for more website. Thank you push another dining higher yet very very easily. Yeah Jenny. It's Sandy Is this spring rally be? We've been waiting on here. Is it too early to say that yet? Hopefully rebelling it I I hope this isn't the whole entire rally. Be hopefully restarting to hear to build support and even start pulsing shorts out of corn. They're holding a very aggressive shop over. Two hundred thousand contracts and weeds lower today big-time suppliers worldwide with weak kind of keeping. You know some pressure on the corn market here this morning. Yeah and Some of those pictures of rain over the weekend in Illinois and flooded fields. I'm sure have an impact. What about admitted quotas? What are you hearing up there in terms of Slow harvest from last year and prevent plant. Yeah it's it's it's still horrible You know reality of the crop in for a year or two and see what happens. I mean just like there's no relief up there for those guys at all and You know before you know ten fifteen years. Nobody even care about North Dakota okay. There year behind whippy do. And now you know the kind of the markets sending that do they actually do have some supply and that could affect the market and acreage numbers as well coming into this plan. Season yet that I don't think I've been factored in either And this is a futures market Jamie so at some point gets probably GONNA take that into account before report comes out. Yeah hopefully so when you get back going and also to the energy markets rebounding occurs another two to three bucks a barrel here today kind disappointing on Kurdish crashing cars going with it now crews rally in doing nothing but hopefully these higher energy prices can get numbers back moving in a good direction again and start teaching them to carry out away. Jamie is Bob. We're going to wrap up here and talk to you more towards the end of the next hour about some projections. But I want to get back to that Meet REPORT. And what's going on in this Beef market In it has been a roller coaster. Ride Kinda summarize. What's happening right now in the beef? Trade? Yeah you bet to. Even the number you talked about their on their record movement of choice midday choice down seventeen dollars thirteen cents select may five dollars and twenty five cents. East on Mount Load Movement at one hundred twenty three contracts but what we're running into. You was obviously the getting back to backed up. Backed up clear probably to fall their numbers right now saying maybe already backed up just on shackled space and also to the retail counters You know putting some limits on what you can purchase. We're not going to supply chain moving and it seems like a lot of people got bought up very very heavily when the virus first came out and haven't had to reload jet right now. So do you. Do you think we're going to see this dress? Market continue to roll off then. Yeah Yeah I think the boxes keep moving lower. I do think the cash stays very very study though. I don't cash fall out of bed with it. We're carrying humongous basis. You know last week trading one twenty one twenty five and the board here today ninety seven and change so I looked for that too narrow up I would look for a lot of spread action and cattle guys by June selling August and or October against it. They hear this at now. We're seeing a little bit of an increase In daily Hog runs as well. I don't know that we're seeing enough to dig into any backlog at all in fact we're still building that backlog but Kinda give me a short range long range look at hogs right now. Yeah yet. Order numbers Have jumped where little RETU- million head last week. But that's still roughly roughly right around ten eleven percent lower than we were last year at this time the market as clocks looks like it does have the lows in I. Don't I Greek to go down? There and retest retests is at all the key is going to be to get China to continue to fall through phase one and really not back out of that at all. But if you look at the supply of hawks I mean some aries. The numbers are showing it around two and a half nine ever offered last week. And this is roughly three hundred thousand to the backlog that you've been talking about says roughly. I think run eastern time period. So you're saying it's it's it's not you know anytime soon that we're going to choose the same way kind of like the Cadillac dragons if you more months yet Jamie. Once you're eight hundred number we a hold of you talking about. Just give a call me at direct at seventy five three three eight four one one one. Jamie koe hockey joining us. We kick off this segment of the big show at the look at markets. Thanks Jamie we'll talk to you again. Towards the end of the next hour. Nato you do have some breaking news one. Talk a little bit about right now. we were talking about some county fairs changing plans and looks like one of the concert scheduled for the Iowa. State Fair has changed plans. What can you? What can you tell me that you found out from the Iowa state fair website. Yeah the Iowa. State Fair was said to have Grammy Award Winner Chris Stapleton on Friday August twenty first on the grandstand this year Stapleton announced on Twitter Day that he is postponing his entire tour until next year rescheduling dates and the The fair confirmed that they have postponed until August. Eighteenth of twenty twenty one. That is a Thursday okay. So there's there there is the latest thanks nate for that Update the latest on Some things that will filter into the Iowa State Fair plans. Maybe some folks have plans there. Hey Andy we didn't find out right now. The three big things we need to know if that big enough three bigger things we need to know brought to you by your Iowa soybean farmer providing support during these covid nineteen tough times friends with National Association including big show but he can put out quite a bit of guidance and recommendations ideas on keeping workers safe on the farm during planting season and by and large those extreme measures have kept people from getting sick he says also believes that planning season helped out the mood a little bit and I think there's a lot of apprehension out there as well and that's and that's You know to be just you know justified for what we've got with the pricing situation. Certainly the demand scenario for Korn so Looking at a lot of different ways that we can You know try to help. Prop up our industry and try to make sure that we can come out of this. The backside with the building demand. Yeah given the large corn crop. That's expected at this point. You can hear the full conversation with Kevin out on the big show website in podcast. Form Looking for answers. Us Department of Agriculture's National Act Statistic Service CONDUCTING THE JUNE ACREAGE SURVEY. It will contact producers nationwide to determine crop acreage and stock levels. As of June I good big show Buddy Gregg tests and director of the Upper Midwest. Regional Office says that growers quote respond to the survey provide essential information. That helps determine the expected acreage and supply of major commodities. You can read more about this survey and who may get contacted out on the big show website light at the end of the tunnel. Maybe for the ethanol industry. Although leaders do stress we have a long way to go. But Jeff Cooper President and CEO the Renewable Fuels Association says that it looks like things are on the uptick that the worst may behind us We're beginning to see. Some signs of recovery. As states began to ease stay at home restrictions and people get back out on the roads in fact he says some of the idol plants have restarted and gasoline demand is starting to tick upwards well weatherwise wise here in the upper midwest state of Iowa picked up rainfall pretty much scattered across the entire state. Some of the heavier amounts an inch. Plus some of the lighter amounts around three or around. Half three quarters says somewhere in that neighborhood We're GONNA talk with Jason Gilson coming up here in just a little bit more about climate concerns here in the Upper Midwest. But let's just say that Downstate Illinois picked up some monster amounts of rainfall in fact Jamie Co hockey pointed out picked up more in the last couple of days than they usually do in the entire month. Not The way. It goes four. Plus inches of rainfall recorded in some counties soybean counties in Illinois also concerns. What's going on in the DAKOTAS North Dakota in particular for the third time the? Usda will survey last year's crop. And you say wait a second. How can they do that? Well because a lot of last year's crop apparently still left in the field and that is hanging over the marketplace not so much that That crop may or may not come in. I'm guessing but Most likely if it's still on the field this year's crop will not be planted in that area. Don't know that for sure may get a planet. But that's kind of what's hanging over the market a little bit with these re survey numbers. We'll talk with our old buddy Tim Mayer from the group coming up here on the big show.

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"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

06:35 min | 2 years 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

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on The Big Show

"Eleven O. Six on the big show clock by Quin back with your winding-up the big show getting started on a Monday overcast skies and is with us. Three big things. Nate's been keeping US UPDATED ON THE MARKETS. We were up in the overnights on corn. Kind of off a little bit. We're still ahead in soybeans. We're GONNA TALK TO JAMIE CO hockey coming up at the bottom of the hour but fellas. I will tell you. We picked up some rainfall. This past weekend Little over an inch inch and a Skinny Quarter House that sounded quarter at farm South Central Iowa Eastern Iowa. Andy maybe maybe a little bit more than that. Factors still some rain Fall around the quad cities right now. Yeah it was in the further east to go and Illinois. The numbers got exponentially bigger. We're GONNA talk about this with the State climatologist twelve ten today. But I JUST WANNA I WANNA. Have you inspect that big show clock? That nate night took so pressure. Actually mostly nate last week while you were out so precious care of is that thing not looking better than it's looked in years after last week. Yeah I heard you boys talking about that. Last we got everything just like everybody else. Agriculture as out in the farm shop and I was listening in Planting pretty much All done from what What little planning work we do here on the big show. We follow a lot of planning. But now's the shop last week. Polishing things up should say knocking the rust off most of the junk that we farm with but Listen in so I heard you talking about the big show clock. Yeah well it is a sacred time piece that has been handed down over the generations. And I appreciate you taking care of that for me Also appreciate what you're saying Andy About heavier rainfall. I saw some four plus inch rainfall. Totals in central to Downstate Illinois so It was in some already planted fields. The pictures I saw I don't know if that's going to be a washout or you know how long can take him to get back in there but it it seems like those folks got it by the bucket load. I mean we got some rain but ours is spread out over three days here. Yeah And and for you know by and large we were fortunate that most of ours came pretty easily So on of wash associated but you see some pines now in some of the lower lying areas or at least a little water sitting anyway. So we're we got everything soaked back up. What we need now is some heat and Sounds like maybe Justin's got some Some optimism for us in terms of that heat coming up a little bit later on today. Well we don't have got much plan for this week. I don't think I mean were not scorched. Anything out there today. As far as I know what when we're in the seventies so overcast but Yeah Nail on the head. The other thing as I was listening to you boys talk about last week. And we're GONNA talk about it again. Coming up here is This survey that's going on in North Dakota right now I don't know what we're going to learn. Apparently we haven't learned much yet. Well I have another survey be at least not it's been released what What they said was the results. Were a little surprising In terms of significant unharvested acres and Which we've been talking about that for a while too but be that as it may and then you know planting intentions out there but then you start to think about okay Prevent plant probably going to be an option for some some acres in North Dakota and maybe with the rains in southern Illinois By the time they get dried out maybe too late there so another thing I guess. To add. Into the topics of conversation here going forward well the corn marketed and by and heavy into that but soybeans look like they may be believe in a little bit of that We'll talk markets ahead right now though and I have missed saying this. It's time for the three big things you need to know with. Andy Peterson well. Providing support during these tough times friends at the National Corn Growers Association and President Kevin Ross. Good for the big show. Says they're working hard and have been through planting season to try and keep everybody safe now as far as moods go he says. Planning Season's third has a way of bringing smiles about-face there's a lot of apprehension out there as well Andy and that's that's You know to be just you know justified for what we've got with the pricing situation. Certainly the demand scenario for Korn and so Looking at a lot of different ways that we can You know try to help. Prop up our industry and try to make sure that we can come out of this. The backside with the building demand again the big corn crop that it looks like he's out there you can hear our full conversation with Kevin it. Podcast FORM WHOL RADIO DOT COM hover over the menu icon in the upper left hand corner. Quick on podcast in the big show curated eating relationship concern about that between the US and China even though China's come out and said they're going to allow immediately imports of barley and fresh blueberries from the US increasing trade there but president. Donald trump over the weekend has stoked fears that China may not meet its obligations under the phase. One trade deal by saying to Fox business network that he really has no interest in speaking to Chinese President. Jean-pierre right now. He even went as far as admitting the possibility of cutting ties with the Asian nation. According to Reuters said he's cool very disappointed with China's failure to contain the covid nineteen outbreak noting. The pandemic cast a spell over his face. One trade deal accomplishments signs of hope in terms of recovery in the ethanol industry president. Jeff Cooper the Renewable Fuels Association says. They may see a sign a light rather at the end of the tunnel with gasoline demand. Starting to rise that the worst may be behind us. We're beginning to see some signs of recovery As states began to stay at home restrictions and people get back out on the roads now he emphasizes that the industry has a long way to go as the pandemic cut ethanol production by more than half in just two months idling dozens of plants but he also points out that some of the plans that come back online and output was the highest. It's been well brought to you by the coalition to support Iowa's farmers and I am looking so forward to getting out in the field with these folks again talking about the work and good farm neighbor award making some presentations to our good farm neighbors. We don't have any scheduled here through this month but hopefully as things start to get back to normal or head at least back that direction we can start planning some for midsummer mid to late summer and get out and visit with our were good farm neighbor award winners or figure out a way to do. It may be over the telephone things like that. 'cause we sure like to honor those folks are still out there doing great things and in fact. I would imagine. We're going to get a whole long list of nominations for the work and good farm neighbor award just from things that transpired here this past month but once again the coalition support. Iowa's farmers bring you update on whether I and I have been talking about the heavy rainfall across the upper midwest but Nathan's One section the world. We also like to look in on and that is South America so you tell me what's going on there right now. Is We're in the midst harvest in that part of the world. Absolutely their harvest season is underway In rid under sue and down in Brazil they're expecting mostly dry conditions until Wednesday than moderate heavy showers Thursday and Friday there temperatures near normal today near to above normal tomorrow and then above normal Wednesday Thursday and Friday in Mato Grosso to sewell and the Goya's provinces they will have mostly dry conditions until Thursday. Then they will get hit with some rain in the southern parts of the region on Friday. Temperatures there near to above normal. Monday and Tuesday above normal Wednesday Thursday and Friday in Argentina. Mostly Dry for about a week. A couple of weeks now But star system is expected there in the middle of this week with moderate Showers possible widespread there in Argentina. Well we are talking whether here and hearing that weather report from South America. One thing. That's going to start playing into shipping in South America. We hear now just over the last couple of days that The Corona virus that covert nineteen strain is starting to increase spread across Brazil. In fact Brazil now the fourth nation fourth highest nation reporting infection rates and it is predicted. That could start to taper off as far as product flowing out of that country and remember. That's where a lot of that competitive Soybeans in particular and corn comes trauma onto the world market. So it looks like that over the next couple three or four weeks. We're going to be watching very closely. What might be happening with those Dockworkers those ports because again it's now up to the fourth large still behind the US But on the Increase so that will have an impact on product to coming out of South America. I don't know Andy. How much impact is going to have But it's something that's popped up on the radar screen right. Now we're talking about China as well Trying to Maybe wiggle out A Rob legations here so In in looking for some more worldwide soybeans. We'll we'll talk more about that coming up here also our secretary of agriculture Mike Be Joining us on the big show..

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"usda" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Three and a half percent down in USDA loans they're heavily subsidized I heard of a mortgage recently where somebody got a USDA loan a thirty eight year long at one percent interest so when you're doing these types of things when you have no down payments when you're subsidizing them there you're not really doing anybody any favors not helping people out they don't need a house they can rent it's fine it's we don't if we there's we have this obsession in this country we had it's it's a national obsession with getting into a house and I talked and I talk about this all the time like I run into people who are like twenty seven years old and the like I really need to get a house and I'm like why why do you need to get did to buy a house and they say while I'm just ranting and I'm just passing this money away and I don't feel like an adult and that's really what happens you get into your late twenties and you're renting and you and you say I don't feel like it I I'm not gonna feel like an adult Intel I own and own a house in my response to that is it's really okay it's it's really okay to not own a house you can rent and we're gonna discuss this a little bit more in a second but there's you know owning a house in I would say in ninety five to ninety nine percent of cases owning a house is always more expensive than renting a house or an apartment always more expensive so you know you have the mortgage payment and let's say the mortgage payment is about equal to the ramp and yes you can deduct the interest on a mortgage payment but you also have property taxes you also have insurance and we know my case my insurance is high I pay a lot in insurance and you also have maintenance on the house in the maintenance on the house is going to be about one percent a year so if you have a three three hundred thousand dollar house you're going to have three thousand a year in maintenance it's not all going to be at the same time Michael a few years with no maintenance then you might have to replace the roof when people don't think about this owning a house is always more expensive always more expensive so they please don't buy a house with no money down if you have the ability to do so so people talk about a house as an asset that appreciates people talk about a house is an asset that appreciates and let me just say you should not think of your house as an investment we are still it's like we're stuck in two thousand six more people are getting rich owning their houses and you still have people checking Zillow all the time to see what their house is worth I have not looked at Zillow in months I have not checked on the value of my house I have no intention of selling it it just doesn't matter it just doesn't matter home prices have gone up a lot depending on what state you're in what you should not assume that's going to continue into the future and the other thing I'll say about that is is that my guess is this crisis is going to affect home values I know anecdotally I've heard that a number of deals have broken out people had investments in the stock market they were going to sell their stocks to pay for a house and in the stock market went down so this is going to have a negative effect on home prices in it you know it just seems like common sense but home prices do not always go up and I can think of a lot of reasons why they won't go up in the future sell the one good thing about owning a house is that it's somewhat like a forced savings program through a thirty year mortgage you pay down a little bit of the principal and you build equity over time and at the end of thirty years you own the house and went when I tell you that at the end of thirty years you own a house you actually own the house there are Neil myrtle beach is full of people who have moved from New York and these are people who bought their house in New York for ninety thousand dollars in the seventies and they sold it for eight hundred thousand dollars in the kind that's cash I mean they own they owned their own house free and clear they got a hundred thousand dollars in cash they come down here to buy a house for three hundred thousand dollars and then they live off the rest and I tell you when you own a house free and clear I mean when you sell it you get cash and that's pretty powerful that's why people buy a house so why shouldn't you buy a house why should you rent people say that you're just paying money away when you rent ranting is generally cheaper houses don't always go up you don't have to pay to maintain your apartment if something happens with the toilet you can call the landlord it's just easier buying a house is the biggest financial decision you'll make in your lifetime it is the biggest financial decision I have bought five houses in my life and they're all big financial decisions this one though the current the current house that I live in was an expensive house in it did carry some risk it carries some risk buying a house can you know buying a house if you do it wrong can ruin you and I have I have some stories about that maybe I'll tell later me to we it's a way more risky than people think people do not have an understanding or appreciation for the leverage and let me explain the leverage I bought a condo in California in this was in nineteen ninety nine and I put forty thousand dollars down on her in the thousand dollar condo in two plus years later I sold that condo for three hundred thousand dollars so I mean which is complete lock in I made a hundred and twenty thousand dollars I was twenty six years old now that was a three hundred percent return I put down forty thousand dollars and I made a hundred twenty thousand dollars which is a three hundred percent return I couldn't have made three hundred percent in the stock market and that is the power of leverage if the condo had declined in value if it had gone from a hundred and eighty thousand two hundred forty thousand it would have wiped out my equity and would have had nothing I would have had a minus one hundred percent return this is how leverage the use of dat magnifies returns in people do not have an appreciation for the kind of leverage that they're using nobody has an appreciation for the leverage that they use when they buy a house and if you buy a house with less than twenty percent down then you have even more leverage and if you buy a house for a zero percent down then you have an infinite amount of leverage you should actually I'd but I advise this for everybody you should actually try to put down more than twenty percent when you buy a house the house that I'm currently living in when I bought this house I put down about thirty five percent when I bought this house once leverage of less debt less interest and you pay down principal faster I'm here doing this.

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"usda" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:40 min | 2 years 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 WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"usda" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Said to his honor of USDA which is a is a barren service to those acres is out there hello again thank you undersecretary being here in the leadership of from this table thank you not again exposing myself on everything from the leaders of your special banking sector in the industry tension at all or even as well in the form and we can come to do that one of the another area related some of the labor but not exactly related I've heard from a number written regarding the use of the latest harbors and really should be one of those of you that makes you a million or have a running up against the panel in the request of the station is in need extension to have a workforce here whatever you want to be I call on Wednesday called the researchers and ask him about that and just one race to the top of his a weird this is a really makes sense to the shooting and courses was prior to that I was a declaration of emergency declaration with regard this as you probably know all if you have a major situation these are in each extension request as individual and granted individually but just so you know it's Thomas he's he's very very sensitive to it if it's if you're out to weaker less expansion course you can do that and local C. B. Beyonce if it's more likely that would be allowed just an old it's on the top of their minds and and they are he is of me as a state they possibly can again to sector commuter car needs after this review will be available and then we're gonna get him out honestly just form so you can see what your dealing with and and and hand them doing other things you on the course of today and tomorrow so he he's specifying a really interesting situation and again we appreciate all coming and providing your feedback robber one going getting it done every day and so again to continue to do that at the back brown and his crew on we're going to have more memory we have our own the next week to see what these guys are at record you they need to so they can deliver these problems as well as possible so that maybe we could ever requested sector coming out.

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"usda" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"usda" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"DJ said, nah, cool. I'm staying witty, you know, or if it's filled that there would have been their whole camp to that just would have been air. You know what? We're good. Thanks. All right. And that. That is a message and a power play that I don't know that even the PGA tour players or tour players, realize that they have if they did something like if you really want change, then you stand together, as a solidified group saying, we're not doing that. So you do what you want, and we'll do what we want. Thank you. And that right there will send panic through an organization like the USDA. Because think about the PGA championship win of they ever gotten it wrong. We were just at a golf course that the USDA had a US open on more than one time and talked about how brutal Bethpage Black was no-one said it wasn't fair. Not one player. That's it or even off the record that I talked to just on the side. Not one person said anything about the setup was unfair. But you go back to hear a major champion who says, let's be honest since chambers bay. It's been a disaster every year. Tell me one person come forward and tell me that that's not true. See in listen to some of these guys in the quotes about whether or not, they were going to boycott, it said, we, we had about ten to fifteen guys who are willing to sit out after two thousand sixteen. Some of them are big names. So my apologies. The boycott was after two thousand sixteen. Some of them were big names, Dustin was one worry was another. Another major champion and former world number one said. I was prepared to do it. Absolutely. Another major champion said, I was one of them. And then multiple PGA tour winners said, I would've boycotted it, if it had come to that, if it wasn't a major I wouldn't even play in it. And a lot of other guys feel that way. But that also had to do a lot about the money as well. Remember, they had up the money, big here. That's another bullet point in the discussion of the USDA dysfunction contract. And hey, how much is the players is the players purse going up. Oh, no, no. That we weren't planning on raise the dead like. So let me give it a one point one billion dollar TV contract and you weren't going to raise the purse. Okay. So the for the for the patron let me give you what the money was a USA. Senate twelve year, one point one billion dollar contract is Michael Luda with FOX beginning in two thousand fifteen the US US, Jay writes, now, listen to this. This is where it's big this where they had the contention, one point one Bill for twelve years. The rights went from thirty seven million a year with NBC and ESPN two ninety three million a year with FOX almost chill full think about those triple. They said that the person should be between fifteen and eighteen million dollars versus ten and twelve and they went as far as to have a meeting with the US. The figure out where the money was going. How are you using this money to grow the game because you're not doing it and originally the players were getting about twenty five percent of the TV money. Right. Yeah. About twenty five percent is what they were getting to the math did Natta but one point one percent so then they have this meeting and players quoted..

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

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

03:02 min | 3 years 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 KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"usda" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Tuesday's USDA supply to then forecast is protecting index nuts for a little higher than most industry. Analysts had been projecting USDA taking its previous forecast up two hundred billion bushels taking it to over the two billion Lucia markup to two point three five billion bushels USDA analysts saying that the overall outlook for corn use less bright than it was dropping the forecast for use in ethanol and feed and exports. No change, the USDA's average price. Forecasts three fifty five bushel but markets could react short-term to the Barish forecast. Ultra a little barracks for week with USDA cutting estimates for us so stops expected up by thirty one and a half million bushels up to just a bit over one billion season average price up Niccolo based on updated price data outlet for soybeans. Just the opposite USDA cutting Tyrian stocks forecast by five million bushels down to eight hundred ninety five quite a bit below what many trade analysts have been expecting cotton analysts now projecting Wisconsin consumption could drop to the lowest level since the eighteen ninety s at one hundred thousand bales to the stocks forecast. Now at four point four million. Unveils Gary offered for the US department of agriculture Washington. The USDA report is sponsored by senators Roadmaster XL premium highway diesel fuel and shell Rotella. With Red Eye Radio toll free at eight six six. Ridi-? Schneider is hiring more truck drivers in nineteen with recent pay increases. Equipment upgrades at sign on. Bonuses, searching, apply Schneider, jobs dot Joe Schneider, jobs dot com when you work with diesel-powered vehicles..

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