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02/07/2018

  • Broadcast Date:
    Wed, February 7, 2018
    It's very early to know what will happen with farms and farmers in 2018, but USDA has just put out its early farm income forecast for this year. (Gary Crawford and Rob Johansson)
  • Broadcast Date:
    Wed, February 7, 2018
    There may be at least one positive aspect of USDA's new farm income forecast for this year. (Gary Crawford and Rob Johansson)
  • Broadcast Date:
    Wed, February 7, 2018
    We now have the final agricultural trade figures for all of calendar 2017. (Gary Crawford and Bryce Cooke)
  • Broadcast Date:
    Wed, February 7, 2018
    USDA's top official for Rural Development went to Wisconsin to hear from local public and private leaders about challenges they face in efforts to bring about rural prosperity. (Stephanie Ho and Anne Hazlett, Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development)
  • Broadcast Date:
    Wed, February 7, 2018
    US citizens in South Korea for the Olympics must refrain from bringing fresh fruits, vegetables, and plants back. This will help prevent potential pest and disease threats to our farms and food. (Rod Bain and Andrea Simao (pronounced "Sih-mow") of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service)
  • Broadcast Date:
    Wed, February 7, 2018
    A USDA official says U.S. tourists overseas should cross off certain animal-based food products to bring back home to protect our livestock and poultry from a potential disease outbreak. (Rod Bain and Lisa Ferguson of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service)
  • Broadcast Date:
    Wed, February 7, 2018
    Visiting South Korea to watch the Olympics? Remember there are certain food and plant items you can't bring back home, due to the risk of a pest or disease that could threaten agriculture. (Rod Bain and Lisa Ferguson of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service)
  • Broadcast Date:
    Wed, February 7, 2018
    A new beef cattle center aims to show how the latest reproductive technology can be good science, and a good investment, for cattle producers. (Stephanie Ho and Jared Decker, assistant professor in beef genetics at University of Missouri)
  • Broadcast Date:
    Wed, February 7, 2018
    A new national center at University of Missouri aims to bring more reproductive technology to the beef cattle industry. (Stephanie Ho and Jared Decker, assistant professor in beef genetics at University of Missouri)