Steve Gunn 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Agriculture is the backbone of America and especially important to those of us living here in the Midwest. Let us be your Source of news for farmers including commodity futures and information on crop production, livestock, and more. Get updates through news, blogs, videos and podcasts!
Our staff of writers from across the Midwest will be providing you great kernels of information on everything from seed to feed, from commodity news to sustainability, livestock, crops and more.
While there are a lot of good reasons we'll be glad to say good-bye to April...dairy markets won't be one of them. Although we've had a ...
This great new chart is just a click away. Developed by the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin, the chart is comprised of two pages. Page 1 allows calf ...
The USDA's latest report confirms what many in the trade had been saying all along. Even though production may be on the rise, demand is strong enough especially on ...
Midwest Communications has a team of talented Agriculture broadcasters who all contribute to this podcast. Mike Austin is a 35 year NAFB member heard on Midwest Communication's Wisconsin stations, including Green Bay, Wausau and Sheboygan. Shawna Olson is the KFGO Fargo Ag Director and is a meteorologist with 11 years of TV broadcast experience. Rick Shields, WKZO Kalamazoo Farm Service Director and a 20+ year NAFB member, is the recipient of the Michigan Farm Bureau's Farm Broadcaster of the Year award.
With milk production expected to increase by 2.4% this year most analysts are projecting milk prices to drop in the second half of 2014. but...because feed costs will ...
Agri Farm Show today.... topics to talk about... Trudy Wastweet--Deputy Sec of Agriculture updates us on the rail car shortage in South Dakota for grain, ethanol and fertilizer Rick Shields--Mid-west ...
hopefully sooner than later we will be heading out to our farm fields. And when we do...we need to put a high priority on safety...for ourselves and especially ...
Quotes from the Chicago Board of Trade Commodities Futures (delayed 10 minutes.)