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Narrow Row
Farm City | State of Agriculture

Narrow Row

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 6:56


It is National Farm City Week. Today we'll explore the state of agriculture with Assistant Dean for Agriculture and Agribusiness at Univeristy of Illinois Extension Travis Burke.

RNZ: Morning Report
Greenpeace wants govt agribusiness partnership ended

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 4:52


Environmental campaigners want the government to pull the plug on a voluntary agribusiness industry partnership because it fails to reduce agricultural emissions. In 2019 the Government announced the sector would have to start paying for emissions from 2025, and the industry was given time to develop a way to measure and price them. It said that if no credible alternative was put forward - agriculture would be put into the Emissions Trading Scheme. He Waka Eke Noa - the Primary Sector Climate Action Partnership has now released two options, but critics say neither will cut emissions. Greenpeace Aotearoa campaigner Christine Rose spoke to Corin Dann.

EcoNews Report
Celebrating the Hoopa Valley Tribe's Victory over the Westland Water District

EcoNews Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 27:50


On this week's EcoNews Report, Chairman Joe Davis and Mike Orcutt, Fisheries Department Director of the Hoopa Valley Tribe, join Gang Green to talk about the Hoopa Tribe's work to restore the Trinity River. Critical to this is wrestling back water diversions that go to the Westlands Water District back to the Trinity River. Tune in to learn more about the Hoopa Tribe's work and what is needed to have a sustainable fishery again in the Trinity River.Required Reading:Fresno County Judge Nixes Westlands Water District's Federal Contract for Trinity River Water; Hoopa Valley Tribe Celebrates - Lost Coast OupostSupport the show (https://www.humboldtbaykeeper.org/get-involved/donate)

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Sen. John Hoeven

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Sen. John Hoeven of North Dakota.

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Agribusiness Report: Sen. Deb Fischer

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Sen. Deb Fischer of Nebraska.

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Agribusiness Report: Rep. Kurt Schrader

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Representative Kurt Schrader of Oregon.

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Julie Lerner

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is PanXchange CEO Julie Lerner.

IRMI Podcast
The Importance of Workers Comp Coverage in Agribusiness

IRMI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 18:55


In this thought-provoking 19-minute podcast episode hosted by Joel Appelbaum, IRMI's chief content officer, Blake Eischeid, Secura's supervisor of risk management, and Neil Wait, Secura's director of farm and agribusiness underwriting, expound on the importance of workers compensation coverage in protecting the farmer's well-being and family livelihood.  The injuries that can happen on a farm can range from minor to significant. Many times, the quest for profits can supersede spending on workers compensation insurance premium. In this podcast, Mr. Eischeid and Mr. Wait explain how vital it is that you, the trusted adviser, review the difference workers compensation protection can make in a possible life-altering situation.  IRMI is proud to have Secura as a Gold Sponsor for the 2022 IRMI Emmett J Vaughan Agribusiness Conference (AgriCon), March 7–8, 2022, in Sacramento, California, and online.  Be sure to check out the other agribusiness resources that IRMI has to offer! 

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Barry Evans

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is West Texas Cotton Farmer Barry Evans talks Cotton Trust Protocols .

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Agribusiness Report: NCBA’s Ethan Lane

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is NCBA Vice President of Government Affairs Ethan Lane.

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Agribusiness Report: Kody Bessent

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Plains Cotton Growers CEO Kody Bessent.

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Agribusiness Report: Bob Maurer

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Bob Maurer with Manduca Trading in Chicago.

Capital FM
iMarket: Read More Fiction To Be A Creative Marketer

Capital FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 39:42


Silvia Tonui is a Marketing & Project Management consultant who started her career in 2009 at Elle Magazine, South Africa in Trade & Consumer Marketing, managing Marketing campaigns for clients like Esteè Lauder, Mr Price Young Designer Search, Clinique and many others. She moved back to Kenya in 2012 and worked as CEO of FAFA (Festival of African Fashion & Arts), responsible for creating a market for East African fashion designers both locally and internationally, providing fashion training for young designers through the FAFA Insight Project and planning Kenya's biggest fashion gala, FAFA. She is currently a Project Manager Consultant ,most recently for British Council's Creative DNA Project, responsible for planning and overseeing three major Fashion & Textile projects. She is a farmer in her free time and the founder of a Kenyan honey brand called Marigat Gold. She plays a major role in providing Agribusiness mentorship to Kenya's youth, having been part of Safaricom's Entrepreneurship Program, "BLAZE Be your own Boss" for 3 years. Her mentorship focus is on value addition, branding and market access. She has a degree in International Business Administration from The United States International University and an MSc in Project Management from The University of Salford, Manchester. She is a Mandela Washington Fellow and was listed in Business Daily's Top 40 under 40 Women in Kenya in 2018.

Growing Harvest Ag Network
Mid-morning Ag News, November 8, 2021: One expert offers advice to growers on carbon programs

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 2:29


Dr. Dave Ripplinger, Associate Professor in the Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics at NDSU, talks more about the questions that farmers should ask before they choose to participate in any of the carbon offset programs that are available.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Supply Chain Disruptions Part 2

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today we will continue to hear highlights from a recent House Ag Committee hearing on supply chain disruptions.

Growing Harvest Ag Network
Farm Talk: What farmers need to know about carbon programs

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 4:20


This Farm Talk segment is brought to you by the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council. Dr. Dave Ripplinger, Associate Professor in the Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics at NDSU, talks more about the questions that farmers should ask before they choose to participate in any of the carbon offset programs that are available.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Supply Chain Disruptions

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today we will hear highlights from a recent House Ag Committee hearing on supply chain disruptions.

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Darby Campsey

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Darby Campsey, Director of Communications and Producer Relations for Texas Wheat.

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Agribusiness Report: PCG’s Mark Brown

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Plains Cotton Growers Director of Field Services Mark Brown.

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Agribusiness Report: Bob Maurer

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Bob Maurer with Manduca Trading in Chicago.

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Kaitlynn Glover

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Kaitlynn Glover with the National Cattlemen's Beef Association.

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Agribusiness Report: Sec. Tom Vilsack

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack.

USU Career Studio
Friday Face To Face with Ryan Larsen - Agribusiness

USU Career Studio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 21:22


This week, Marissa met Ryan Larsen, a USU professor and Extension Economist. Join their discussion on what it means to be an extension economist, what being an agriculture professor looks like (and how he keeps his coursework relevant), and the things Ryan finds especially fulfilling in his agribusiness career. Diving even deeper, Ryan shares current projects he is working on, where previous students of his are now, and recommendations to new agribusiness students. Learn more about Ryan and what he does by visiting https://extension.usu.edu/directory/larsen-ryan. Here, you can view Ryan's education, publications, courses he teaches, extension information, and more.

Tasmanian Country Hour
Meat processor JBS has won approval from Huon Aquaculture shareholders to takeover the salmon company

Tasmanian Country Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 6:31


Salmon processor Huon Aquaculture will have a new owner next month after an online meeting of shareholders today

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Jane Wells

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Jane Wells with CNBC.

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Agribusiness Report: Shawn Wade

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Shawn Wade with Plains Cotton Growers.

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Agribusiness Report: Bob Maurer

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Bob Maurer with Manduca Trading in Chicago.

The Country
Long Weekend edition

The Country

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 37:58


Interviews are with Andrew Hoggard, Blake Holgate, Chris Brandolino, Tim Myers, Smiley Barrett and Judith Collins.

Interviews with pioneers in business and social impact - Business Fights Poverty Spotlight
Hileena Eshetu and Mark Blackett, Agribusiness Market Ecosystem Alliance (AMEA)

Interviews with pioneers in business and social impact - Business Fights Poverty Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 24:55


There are an estimated 525 million smallholder farmers globally – producing one third of the world's food. Helping farmers and agribusinesses to be as professional as possible could increase incomes, create resilience to shocks and provide access pathways for smallholder famers to bigger business supply chains. Forming cooperatives can be a successful way to help make this happen. Mark Blackett and Hileena Eshetu, from Agribusiness Market Ecosystem Alliance (AMEA), share insights into what makes up successful cooperatives, where the difficulties are in ensuring their success and sustainability whilst sharing practical ways to scale and support. Mark is AMEA's Network Director whilst Hileena is their Ethiopia Regional Network Facilitator. During this conversation Mark advocates for better collaboration between agribusinesses, finance, NGOs and the public sector – sharing practical examples and advice for successful, sustainable agribusiness. “AMEA exists because the current approaches are very fragmented” explains Hileena. “Bringing everyone together and formulating solutions collectively must be the way forward.” Together they dive into what needs to be in place for smallholder farmers to become climate change resilient and suggest ways for agri-businesses of all sizes to build the fundamentals of climate preparedness. Links: An integrated food system to ensure sustainable rice for all: https://www.rikolto.org/en/news/integrated-food-system-ensure-sustainable-rice-all?utm_source=Global&utm_campaign=1ba68b62e2-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2021_10_13_08_17&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_7d037d7e4d-1ba68b62e2-443869681

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Sen. John Boozman

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Sen. John Boozman, ranking member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry.

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Agribusiness Report: Tanner Antonick

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Tanner Antonick, U.S. Sales Manager for Advanta Seeds

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Agribusiness Report: Mike Lung

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Mike Lung with Allendale Brokerage.

RNZ: Morning Report
Produce price rises help drive inflation

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 4:15


As New Zealand grapples with inflation at is higest level in a decade, with consumer prices up 2.2 percent in the three months ended September, vegetable prices have played a significant role in the increase. They have risen 19 percent - the jump was influenced by higher prices for tomatoes, lettuce, and broccoli. Lincoln University professor of Agribusiness, Hamish Gow says the government's policy on produce businesses and vegetable market closures during lockdowns have played a role in the price increases. He spoke to Morning Report.

Feedstuffs in Focus
Pathways to Dairy Net Zero climate initiative garners global support

Feedstuffs in Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 21:54


Achieving something known as net zero – in other words, balancing the amount of greenhouse gas produced by an activity and the amount removed from the atmosphere – is a key focus of leaders in the global livestock industry and among food manufacturers and retailers. What will it take to achieve net zero, and how will the effort affect food production and consumption around the globe?Pathways to Dairy Net Zero, a ground-breaking new climate initiative, has launched with some 40 leading organizations, including 11 of the 20 largest dairy companies in the world, declaring their support for the effort. Collectively, these supporters represent approximately 30% of total milk production worldwide.The new climate initiative demonstrates the global dairy sector's commitment to reducing GHG emissions while continuing to produce nutritious foods for six billion people and provide for the livelihoods of one billion people.In a recent edition of Feedstuffs 365, our Sarah Muirhead sat down Donald Moore of the Global Dairy Platform to find out more about achieving net zero. Moore also provided an update on the recent U.N. Food Systems Summit.This podcast was sponsored by Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production and their #ScienceHearted podcast, “Food Chain Chats. In the most recent episode, listen to Dr. Jack McReynolds, Director of Research and Development, and Dr. Christine Alvarado, Technical Services Director, tap into their extensive hands-on expertise as part of the Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production team and discuss some of the most pressing food safety topics.Listen and subscribe to “Food Chain Chats” wherever you dig-in to your favorite podcasts. 

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Todd Wilkinson

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is NCBA Vice President Todd Wilkinson.

theAnalysis.news
The Agribusiness Alliance for a Green Revolution Failed Africa

theAnalysis.news

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 36:26


Research by Tim Wise (GDAE-Tufts University) is conclusive and fully resonates with claims by Africa's biggest grassroots movement, the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa: the corporate capture of food systems should be rejected. Donors and government funding must shift to agroecology. This is an interview hosted by Lynn Fries of GPEnewsdocs.

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Agribusiness Report: Kody Bessent

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Plains Cotton Growers CEO Kody Bessent.

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Agribusiness Report: Bob Maurer

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Bob Maurer with Manduca Trading in Chicago.

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Agribusiness Report: Rep. Jim Baird

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Rep. Jim Baird of Indiana.

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Agribusiness Report: NCBA’s Ethan Lane

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is NCBA Vice President of Government Affairs Ethan Lane.

Our Voices Matter Podcast
Leading in the Age of DEI - Monica Cole

Our Voices Matter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 43:19


Leading in the age of DEI is a hot topic in corporate circles these days.  My guest this week has earned her place in those circles as a leader and mentor to those finding their way up the corporate ladder. Including those traditionally left at the bottom.Tell Me What the Team Looks LikeMonica Cole's path to Executive Vice President at Wells Fargo is paved with lessons learned on a college basketball court.  Skills she acquired on the hardwood help set her apart and set her up to lead effectively in the age of DEI.Today at Wells Fargo, Monica leads a team of 230 within Agribusiness, Food and Hospitality.  And would you believe she knew nothing about those sectors when she raised her hand and said "yes?!"That's because, regardless of the challenge, Monica's first shot is always: "Tell me what the team looks like."   Who are the role players?  How do their skills and experiences complement one another?  And how can they help us win?  Whether on the court or in corporate America, Monica knows the more diverse the team, the better the odds of coming out on top.  Leading With VulnerabilityBut as a leader in the age of DEI, Monica also knows there is another key component to success:  leading with vulnerability.During our conversation, she shares deeply personal experiences as a Black woman that helped change her corporate culture, because she was willing to "go there."Because she shared her truth, she helped those in authority look at themselves and their actions from a different perspective.And she routinely urges her team to call her out when "she's nuts!", so that she can be a better leader.There's Enough for All of UsLeading in the age of DEI certainly comes with a set of challenges.   One of the biggest is a common belief that "your success is to my detriment."  But as Monica shares in this episode, and I wholeheartedly agree, there's enough for all of us.  It's way past time for us to embrace the diversity that makes our companies and our lives better.www.ourvoicesmatterpodcast.comwww.lorellemedia.comThis podcast is devoted to empowering us all to better understand each other's differences...one story at a time.  Emmy Award-winning journalist, Linda Lorelle, guides guests through insightful, unexpected conversations that reveal our common humanity.  This show is not about politics per se; it is about finding a way to reclaim civility in the context of the contentious times in which we live, by sharing our personal and professional stories, in hopes that others might find a glimpse of themselves.Support the show (http://patreon.com/OurVoicesMatterPodcast)

All Ag News
Agribusiness Report: Dave Salmonsen

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Dave Salmonsen with the American Farm Bureau Federation.

Tasmanian Country Hour
No fertiliser and no hay making but still plenty of grass for the cattle

Tasmanian Country Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 12:01


A southern Tasmanian beef cattle farmer says a program of no fertiliser use and no hay making is proving successful on his Glen Huon farm

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Agribusiness Report: PCG’s Mark Brown

All Ag News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Plains Cotton Growers Director of Field Services Mark Brown.

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Agribusiness Report: Kurt Kovarik

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Kurt Kovarik with the National Biodiesel Board.

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Agribusiness Report: Chase Adams

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Chase Adams with the American Sheep Industry Association.

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Agribusiness Report: Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Tom Sell with Combest, Sell & Associates.

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Agribusiness Report: Tom Sell

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Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021


The longest-running farm program in West Texas, the AgriBusiness Report is our daily interview program with decision-makers in the world of Agriculture. Today's guest is Tom Sell with Combest, Sell & Associates.

AgriTalk
AgriTalk-September 29, 2021

AgriTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 43:51


Ken Eriksen is vice president at Agribusiness by IHS Markit and he joins us to provide insight into the situation in the gulf and grain transportation plus the lingering issue of snarled container movement. Plus we have The Farmer Forum with this week's panelists Joe Del Bosque of California and Randy Francois of Iowa. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Road to Now
#208 Monsanto's Past, Our Future w/ Bart Elmore

The Road to Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 67:13


The Monsanto Company officially ceased to exist when it was acquired by Bayer in 2018, but its legacy lives on in courtrooms, factory towns and farms across the globe. Today the company's name is most associated with the herbicide Roundup and genetically modified seeds, but Monsanto also served as a leading producer of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War, an essential supplier of caffeine and saccharin to Coca-Cola in Coke's early years, and the sole US producer of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs). In short, Monsanto's history is one that will continue to shape the US well into the future. In this episode, Bart Elmore joins Bob and Ben to talk about his new book Seed Money: Monsanto's Past and Our Future (W.W. Norton, 2021), and how a small midwestern company founded in 1901 became an agricultural powerhouse by selling solutions to the problems it helped to create. Dr. Bartow Elmore is Associate Professor of History at The Ohio State University where he specializes in Global Environmental History and the History of Capitalism. He is also the author of the award-winning book Citizen Coke: The Making of Coca-Cola Capitalism (W. W. Norton, 2015). You can follow him on twitter at @BartElmore and find out more about his work at his website, BartElmore.com. You can hear Bart's first appearance on The Road To Now in episode #140:  Citizen Coke: The History of Coca-Cola w/ Bartow Elmore. This episode was edited by Gary Fletcher. For more on The Road to Now, visit our website, www.TheRoadToNow.com. (It's great because it was designed by Seven Ages Design!)