Episode 817 – America’s Heartland

America’s Heartland is made possible by: The United Soybean Board whose “Common Ground” program creates conversations to help consumers get the facts about farming and food. There’s more at: findourcommonground.com. The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture. Dedicated to building greater awareness and understanding of agriculture through education and engagement. More information at: agfoundation.org. Farm […]

Episode 804 – America’s Heartland

“America’s Heartland is made possible by…” Farm Credit – financing agriculture and rural America since 1916. Farm Credit is cooperatively owned by America’s farmers and ranchers. Learn more at: farmcredit.com   The United Soybean Board whose “Common Ground” program creates conversations to help consumers get the facts about farming and food. There’s more at: findourcommonground.com […]

NRCS Chief Tours Georgia Farms

[KENNY] Meantime, the State of Georgia playing host to a special visitor recently, as the chief of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Matt Lohr spent the day with USDA and NRCS employees. He also got to go on a farm tour where he saw everything from row crop operations to a dairy facility. One of […]

Consumer Impact on Agriculture – America’s Heartland: Episode 903

America’s Heartland is made possible by… Farm Credit – financing agriculture and rural America since 1916. Farm Credit is cooperatively owned by America’s farmers and ranchers. Learn more at farmcredit.com.   Croplife America.. Representing the companies whose modern farming innovations help America’s farmers provide nutritious food for communities around the globe.   Hi I’m Jason […]

A Farmer in Africa: Limiting Property Rights

[World Resources Institute] Imagine you’re a farmer in a rural community in Sub-Saharan Africa. You grow crops on a nearby fertile piece of land to earn a living, feed your family, and support your community. One day government signs appear in your field and in other fields across the nation prohibiting farming for various reasons. […]

Episode 815 – America’s Heartland

“America’s Heartland is made possible by…” The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture. Dedicated to building greater awareness and understanding of agriculture through education and engagement. More information at: agfoundation.org. Farm Credit – financing agriculture and rural America since 1916. Farm Credit is cooperatively owned by America’s farmers and ranchers. Learn more at farmcredit.com The […]

Episode 803 – America’s Heartland

“America’s Heartland is made possible by…”   The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture. Dedicated to building greater awareness and understanding of agriculture through education and engagement. More information at: agfoundation.org.   Farm Credit – Financing agriculture and rural America since 1916. Farm Credit is cooperatively owned by America’s farmers and ranchers. Learn more at […]

Art in Agriculture

Rob McClendon: Well, each year, Ag in the Classroom recognizes not only teachers, but students as well in a statewide art contest celebrating agriculture. And there’s one art class in Lindsay, Oklahoma, which has consistently had its students place in the top spots in these competitions. Our Blane Singletary went to meet the teacher behind […]

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