Adams on Agriculture is a national agricultural talk radio show featuring a mix of commentary on agricultural issues and interviews with decision makers such as members of Congress, USDA personnel and leaders of agricultural organizations. In-depth topics of discussion include Farm Bill, trade and new technology as well as important issues facing rural America such as infrastructure, immigration and health care.
Adams on Agriculture provides market information as well as a national and international overview of weather conditions impacting growing conditions and markets. Throughout the year, Adams on Agriculture originates on location from several major national agricultural meetings and events.
Where to hear the show
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Monday on Adams on Agriculture DTN meteorologist Mike Palmerino gives a Midwest spring planting forecast, Curt Blades with the Association of Equipment Manufacturers discusses concerns over tariffs and Brian Jennings, CEO of the American Coalition for Ethanol talks about potential litigation over the RFS.
Friday on Adams on Agriculture Emily Lyons with the International Dairy Foods Association talks about the risks of raw milk, Tom Sleight, President and CEO of the US Grains Council discusses the importance of federal marketing programs and Kansas Senator Jerry Moran talks trade and drought.
Thursday on Adams on Agriculture the National Biodiesel Board gives an update on a Congressional hearing on tax extenders, the President of the National Grain and Feed Association explains the proposed fix to the 199A tax issue, Mary Kay Thatcher with Syngenta gives a Farm Bill update and Chandler Goule, CEO of NAWG talks farm bill and trade.
Wednesday on Adams on Agriculture Randy Dickhut with Farmers National Company gives an overview of land values, Sabrina Hill talks with Val Dolcini, President of the Pollinator Partnership about his trip to Puerto Rico and Dave Salmonsen with the American Farm Bureau gives an update on trade negotiations.
Tuesday on Adams on Agriculture Rod Weinzierl, Executive Director for the Illinois Corn Growers gives an update on ag issues from Washington D.C., University of Illinois researcher Scott Irwin discusses the RFS debate, Shaun Haney from Real Agriculture gives the Canadian perspective on NAFTA and Ellen Steen with AFBF gives an update on WOTUS.
About Mike Adams
Show host Mike Adams is a 44-year broadcast veteran as well as a past president of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting and recipient of the national Farm Broadcaster of the Year award.