(6/19/13) Professor emeritus at Virginia Tech University, David Kohl sees the agriculture future from a “glass half full” perspective. The key being younger people showing renewed interest.
Archive for the ‘Podcasts’ Category
(6/18/13) Trying to define “normal” when it comes to a crop year. Dr. Bob Charley details this year’s conditions so far and looks to the near future.
(6/14/13) Mike Hutjens is talking June Dairy Month!
(6/13/13) Unraveling market psychology with Jim Dunn, professor of Agricultural Economics at Penn State University.
(6/12/13) Dairyline’s Bill Baker spoke with Dan Basse of Ag Research about managing in volatile markets.
(6/11/13) When purchasing forage inoculants, is the product coming from a reputable source? Some advice from Dr. Bob Charley in today’s Ask the Silage Doctor podcast.
(6/10/13) Rob Vandenheuvel from the Milk Producers Council in California says the different economic realities between dairy producers and processors make it very difficult to have the same approach to pricing.
(6/7/13) Using the technology of the future to evaluate rumen function. Dr. Mike Hutjens explains in this Feed Facts podcast.
June 6, 2013 — Tom Wedegaertner of Cotton Inc. gives us an update on the current tight cotton supplies.