Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • Dairy Risk

    The American Farm Bureau Federation has developed a new risk-management insurance product for dairy farmers.

  • Travelling viruses

    Is it possible that feeding your livestock can result in them contracting a virus? and the answer is yes.

  • RootedinAg

     Members of the ag community are invited to describe the person who inspired them to become #RootedinAg.

  • Millennials bitcoins and commodity trading

    Idaho Wheat Commission researcher Cathy Wilson talks about millennials

  • Taking care of Farmers

    This is not intended to be a political forum but I’ll tell you what, every day in the Trump presidency something tumultuous happens.

  • Myvetiscore

    Zoetis kicked off the #MyVetIsCore Sweepstakes.

  • Rural Broadband

    The Senate Commerce Committee approved S. 2343, the Precision Agriculture Connectivity Act of 2018.

  • FSA Change

    Farm Service Agency Makes Administrative Change to the Livestock Indemnity Program.


  • Glyphodsate Whitewash

    Richard Gupton of the Agricultural Retailers Association is asking for public comments to be sent to the EPA about the importance of glyphosate.

  • TPP

    President Trump says that he’s thinking about the US rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

  • Rancher Proclamation

    A proclamation passed by the Idaho Legislature encourages the state’s Constitutional Defense Council to help reimburse two Idaho ranchers.

  • Aging Farmers

    The graying American farmer.

  • Wild Bees

    Wild pollinators are in decline across many parts of the world.

  • Winfield Solutions

    I deal with the R7 tool, taking satellite imagery, getting the NDVI to be able to segregate out the lower yielding areas of the field .

  • Mycotoxins and poultry

    It is important for producers to understand the synergistic effects toxins can have when multiple are present in feed.

  • Farmers' Futures

    A variety of reasons why farmers are experiencing tough times.

  • Sheep and Blowflies

    A chat with Zoetis veterinarian Dr. Nathan Chubb about sheep.

  • Inspiring Millenials

    Kathy Wilson is a researcher with the Idaho Wheat Commission and talks a lot about risk management. My conversation with her revealed some intriguing perspectives.

  • Farm Safety

    There’s no question that days on the fa rm can get extremely busy. Safety and productivity on the farm go hand-in-hand.

  • Screen Time and Obesity

    OSU professor of nutrition Melinda Manore talks about technology and nutrition.

  • Conaway

    House Agriculture Committee Chairman K. Michael Conaway (TX-11) issued a statement concerning China’s unwarranted, illegal retaliation.

  • A Different Take on Exports

    Idaho Wheat Commission researcher Cathy Wilson presented an interesting theory about importing and exporting agricultural commodities.

  • De-bunking Myths

    Air quality expert Dr. Frank Mitloehner to debunk environmental myths at 2018 Stakeholders Summit.

  • Beaty Butte Project

    A group of private ranchers has worked out a program to train and sell via auction wild Mustangs.

  • Angus Cowgirl

    Marketing specialist for the Red Angus Association grew up surrounded by cattle.

  • Dairy Safety Net

    USDA Reopens Enrollment for Improved Dairy Safety Net Tool

  • Mustang Adoption

    The Beaty Butte Wild Horse Training Facility in tiny Adel, Oregon is breaking new ground in the debate over wild horse management on America’s public lands.

  • Genome editing

    U.S.Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue has issued a statement providing clarification on the USDA’s oversight of plants.

  • Beautiful Weeds

    Some University of Idaho educators hope a new line of scarves they have designed and developed will become an invasive trend, just like the noxious weeds they feature.

  • Angus marbling

    Katie Ochsner is a marketing specialist for the Red Angus Association.

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