Matt Campbell of FC Stone covered many of the moving parts of the grain markets on Friday’s AgriTalk After the Bell with Chip Flory. Davis Michaelsen has markets and the Friday Farm Fuels and Fertilizer Report.
AgriTalk Host Chip Flory catches up on the Farm Bill with Rep. Mike Conaway. He also gets the latest from the Winter Wheat Tour with Michael Hertzer, and takes a deep look at progress reports with Lance Honig.
Host Chip Flory talks with Christine McCracken, Executive Director, Animal Protein for RaboAgriFinance, who explains additional slaughter capacity in the U.S. should help the hog market continue the price recovery
Host Chip Flory has his weekly roundtable with industry experts. Kansas Senator Jerry Moran joins Sean Haney and Jim Wiesemeyer to start the show, and Randy Russel from the Russel Group calls in finish things out.
It’s snowing across much of the Midwest and farmers are wondering how long it will be until the soil is warm enough to plant. Today Host Chip Flory talks acreage reports and checks in with the experts at Pro Farmer.
After the extended weekend AgriTalk Host Chip Flory is ready to get rolling for the first week of April. Guests include Michael Clark from BamWX.com, Iowa Soybeans Association President Bill Shipley, and Machinery Pete
In todays episode of AgriTalk After The Bell Chip Flory talks with the Goddess of Grain Angie Setzer. She is the VP of Grain for Citizens LLC. Executive Producer John Herath fills in for Newsman Davis Michaelsen.
Chip Flory looks at a study from Iowa State that alleges Russia is meddling in U.S. public opinion on GMO's with Carolyn Lawrence-Dill. He also talks inputs and finances with Davis Michaelsen and Tanner Ehmke of CoBank
AgriTalk Host Chip Flory has a busy Tuesday. Fresh off NAFTA talks Mexico Farmers for Free Trade Executive Director Brian Kuehl gives his perspective. Pro Farmer's Jim Wiesemeyer and Brian Grete also join the show.
AgriTalk Host Chip Flory handles a Friday Free For All after a week on the road. They cover trade, exports, and general farm economy issues. The group is also joined by newcomer Tyson Redpath of The Russel Group