Changes are coming atop the Food and Drug Administration ahead of a busy week for the agency - and many other departments of the Biden administration - on Capitol Hill. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
Today’s DriveTime features comments from Rep. Ashley Hinson, R-Iowa about the biofuels industry and highlights comments from U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai at a House Ways and Means Committee.
Today's DriveTime features comments from a pair of Capitol Hill hearings facing U.S. Trade Representative and Department of Agriculture officials.
EPA Administrator Michael Regan was on Capitol Hill today fielding questions on the Waters of the U.S. rule. Hear the latest on that and a USDA action on school meals in today's DriveTime.
The Biden administration proclaimed the day as National Ag Day. Hear about the celebration as well as industry efforts to have E15 sold this summer in today's DriveTime.
Today's Agri-Pulse DriveTime features a collection of comments from the 2023 Agri-Pulse Ag and Food Policy Summit from some of the biggest names in agriculture discussing fertilizer production, nutrition program funding, and the farm economy,
Today's DriveTime features the latest from a USDA report, thoughts from a member of the Senate Ag Committee, and a look at an unusual competitor in ag finance.
Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack made a trip to Capitol Hill today to visit with the Senate Ag Committee. Hear the highlights from the discussion in today's DriveTime.
The Surface Transportation Board has approved a major rail merger, much to the chagrin of ag groups. Hear the latest on that and a House Ag listening session in today's DriveTime.
The nation's ag groups are making an appeal for "sufficient" farm bill support. Hear the latest on that and the return of familiar biofuels legislation in today's DriveTime.
South Dakota Republican Dusty Johnson plans to introduce a bill tomorrow that would tighten work requirements in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and Virginia Democrat Abigail Spanberger says failing to raise the debt ceiling could pull focus away from passing a farm bill. All that and more in today’s DriveTime.
Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack was at Commodity Classic today and made a flurry of announcements. Hear the latest from Orlando in today's DriveTime.
The Biden administration's budget is proposing the return of a popular cover crop program. Hear the latest on that and the EPA's efforts to see if E15 can be sold this summer in today's DriveTime.
Farmers are gathering in Orlando this week to discuss some of the most important issues facing agriculture, including the upcoming farm bill. Hear the latest on that and a recap on USDA's report day in today's DriveTime.
The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition led a rally today calling on Congress to address climate change in the upcoming farm bill, and an Iowa lawmaker discusses the current action taken on Mexico’s ban on genetically modified corn imports.
The week begins with several big Biden administration announcements certain to impact future ag and food policy discussions. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization’s measure of global food commodity prices was down 0.6% percent in February and a Minnesota Republican is calling on the Biden administration to allow summer sales of E15 this year. All that and more in today’s DriveTime.
A new executive director of the United Nations World Food Programme has been named and a public comment period is coming up on a deadline for FDA’s draft guidance for lead in baby foods. All that and more in today’s DriveTime.
The Environmental Protection Agency had some good news and some bad news for the biofuels industry today. Hear the latest in today's DriveTime.
USDA's Equity Commission returned a list of interim recommendations today, and department leaders want the work to have implications outside the government's walls. Hear how in today's DriveTime.
The Labor Department takes a look at farmworker wages and lawmakers want to hear from USDA on foreign farmland ownership. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
The fate of a deal to facilitate Black Sea grain exports gets a big boost from a major global player and U.S. and EU officials discuss agriculture. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
USDA's Ag Outlook Forum kicked off Thursday, and the latest projections for the farm economy show solid — but lower — income figures. Hear the latest on that and the U.S.-Mexico GMO corn dispute in today's DriveTime.
The Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance rolled out a batch of recommendations for the next farm bill provisions today. A look at FACA’s priorities and thoughts from a livestock industry economist on the current cattle cycle in today's DriveTime.
The Department of Agriculture is investing $59 million in grants under the Meat and Poultry Processing Expansion Program and the equipment industry sees robust demand from farmers across the country. All that and more in today's DriveTime.
Today’s DriveTime features Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack's comments regarding the Partnerships for Climate Smart Commodities program. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, also joined to talk about Mexico’s GM corn ban.
The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing new protections from pesticide application. More on that and a look at today's Senate Ag action in this episode of DriveTime.
A USDA official could be in line for a promotion, Biden administration trade officials are looking over some trade documents, and the farm bill financial picture got another wrinkle. Hear more in today's DriveTime.
House Ag Committee members and the chamber's leadership gathered input on the farm bill today. Hear the latest on that, a trade dispute with Mexico, and USDA's conservation spending priorities in today's DriveTime.
The Department of Agriculture announced new conservation funding to help with oversubscribed programs, and the Organic Trade Association has released its 2023 farm bill priorities. All that and more in today's DriveTime.