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Fastline Fast Track features agriculture industry newsmakers discussing hot-button issues and the latest in farming equipment and trends that affect farmers from coast to coast, as reported by our Fastline, Big Ag and Pink Tractor publications.The podcast also features "The Legends Stage," a segment presented by the Ernest Tubb Record Shop, featuring up-and-coming and legendary country music artists.
 
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On this episode, Tom Vilsack is sworn in to reprise his role as U.S. ag secretary, Sen. Chuck Grassley says much work remains for ethanol after EPA sides with 10th Circuit and former USTR Chief Ag Negotiator Gregg Doud talks about the future of U.S. ag exports. CME Group’s Erik Norland and Blu Putnam discuss the biggest market influencers of 2021 a…
 
On this episode, Don Schiefelbein discusses some of the key issues facing cattle producers in 2021, we hear about FFA Week from Christy Meyer of the National FFA Organization, we provide details about Tom Vilsack’s upcoming U.S. Ag Secretary confirmation vote and ag consultant and North American Ag Spotlight host Chrissy Wozniak discusses how ag ma…
 
On this episode, Chris Borgman with John Deere talks about the manufacturer’s new hay equipment; Terry Burkart with All States Ag Parts has planter preparation tips and U.S. Ag Secretary nominee Tom Vilsack talks about his key priorities for the USDA. Jesse Allen has a Market Talk update and Ray Bohacz presents “Bushels and Cents.” The episode also…
 
On This episode, the nomination hearing for U.S. Ag Secretary nominee Tom Vilsack begins. Also, we preview the virtual World Ag Expo with Jennifer Fawkes. We talk soil health with Doug Sibbitt and Cristie Preston of Nutrien Ag Solutions. Jesse Allen has a Market Talk update and Ray Bohacz presents another installment of “Bushels and Cents.” The epi…
 
On this episode, hear how the USDA is temporarily suspending some loan repayments and foreclosures in response to the pandemic. The department also made a final ruling on some hemp regulations this week. Hear how pork is being marketed abroad and learn how to add more life back into nutrient-starved fields. We talk grain bin safety, have a Market T…
 
On this episode, Jenni Badding with John Deere talks about key updates to the manufacturer’s Operations Center platform. We continue coverage of the American Farm Bureau Federation virtual convention, as Oklahoma State University Ag Economist Derrell Peel gives his outlook for the livestock markets in 2021 and Land O’ Lakes President and CEO Beth F…
 
On this episode, American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall addresses Farm Bureau members at the group’s virtual annual convention; Farm Bureau names Harvust the winner of the Ag Innovation Challenge; Michigan Sen. Debbie Stabenow prepares to reprise her role as chair of the Senate Ag Committee; Corteva’s Jeff Clark shares pasture manag…
 
On this episode, outgoing U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue reflects on his time at the helm of the agency. We introduce a weekly Market Talk recap with veteran farm broadcaster Jesse Allen and Ray Bohacz presents another installment of “Bushels and Cents.” The episode also features the music of Americana singer/songwriter Sean …
 
On this Second Anniversary episode, American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall talks about the organization’s focus for 2021 and the upcoming national convention. David Widmar of Agricultural Economic Insights discusses his outlook for the ag economy in the new year and Farmers Edge CEO Wade Barnes makes his predictions for the agricult…
 
This episode features music artists American Blonde, Rich Price, Dani-Elle Kleha, Johnny & The Mongrels, Paige King Johnson, Taylon Hope, Scott Southworth, Annemarie Picerno, J.D. Shelburne, JP Pennington and Exile and John Berry share favorite Christmas memories and their original music. Time stamps Chandler Equipment advertisement: 0:00 American …
 
On this episode, hear from Kentucky Venues President and National Farm Machinery Show President David Beck about the show’s new 2021 dates; National Corn Growers Association First Vice President Chris Edgington talks about some of the organization’s key priorities for 2021 and Ray Bohacz presents another installment of “Bushels and Cents.” The epis…
 
On this episode, Iowa farmer and Farm Shop Mfg. founder Tony Wendler talks about the closing wheels and grain bin monitors he has developed, Julia Engler with Heliae Agriculture tells us how a soil microbiome program started by Arizona State University has become a commercial success, Terry Burkart with All States Ag Parts talks sales tax and Ray B…
 
On this episode, Dan Erdmann, project manager with Farm Rescue and North Dakota farmer Larry Leier discuss the mission of the nonprofit organization and we preview the Dec. 9 benefit concert, presented by John Deere, featuring Dustin Lynch, Maddie and Tae, Mickey Guyton, Tyler Farr and Travis Denning. Scott Heiberger with the National Farm Medicine…
 
On this episode, Jay Truitt with Policy Solutions and Michael Torrey, a consultant with Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative, discuss how the recent election outcomes might affect agriculture. Terry Burkart with All States Ag Parts shares combine cleanup tips and Albert Maurin with Lindsay Corporation talks about the latest developments in irrigation. Ray…
 
On this episode, presented by D&S Tires Inc., Kurt Coffey, Head of Global Marketing Communications for Case IH and Justin Blanchette, Precision Ag Business Manager for John Deere dealership AHW LLC talk about how innovation and technology are driving agriculture. We talk turkey with the American Farm Bureau Federation and the USDA and hear a specia…
 
On this episode, Farmer Veteran Coalition Founder and Chief Agricultural Officer Michael O’Gorman discusses the work of the nation’s largest nonprofit that connects veterans and active-duty military members to careers in agriculture. Nashville singer/songwriter and Warrior Rounds founder J.T. Cooper discusses that organization’s work and his involv…
 
On this episode we discuss some of the changes to Congressional ag committees as a result of the election. Also, the U.S. Department of Labor has changed how farm labor rate increases are determined. John Deere’s Nate Clark and Farm Rescue Founder Bill Gross stop by to talk about their partnership and a benefit concert slated for Dec. 9, featuring …
 
On this episode, Willard Mott and Kathryn Seebruck of Illinois Valley Community College talk about the momentum of the revived ag program, which just opened a new facility. USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey provides a weather outlook and harvest report for corn, soybeans, cotton and peanuts, as well a winter wheat planting update. American Farm Bureau…
 
All States Ag Parts' Terry Burkart talks tractor winterization and CLAAS' John Schofield discusses the new ORBIS headers and DISCO mowers. Dairy Management Inc. uses video games, including Minecraft, to reach Gen-Zers and Kansas State University researchers develop a smartphone app for bovine facial recognition to store herd information in the clou…
 
On this episode, Olivier Jerphagnon, founder and CEO of AgMonitor (Formerly PowWow), talks about new funding and the business of helping California growers manage their water usage. Keith Maxey with the Colorado Farm Show talks about the show’s scholarship program, which will continue despite the cancelation of the 2021 show. We hear about NASCAR s…
 
On this episode, Henry Wycoff and Kevin Ash of AHW LLC discuss what makes a good ag machinery service technician, Dave Carter of the National Bison Association discusses developments in the bison ranching industry, Nashville recording artist Stephanie Nash talks about the release of her “Time Changes” single and gives an update on her FFA scholarsh…
 
On this episode, Scott Bennett, Director of Congressional Relations for the American Farm Bureau Federation, talks about the work of the Cattle Market Working Group. Joe Vaclavik, President and Founder of Standard Grain in Nashville, Tennessee, recaps the USDA Grain Stocks and Small Grains reports, Ray Bohacz presents another episode of “Bushels an…
 
Details on the second round of Coronavirus Food Assistance Program payments, Congress extends Commodity Credit Corporation funding, Orion Samuelson calling it a career, remembering Evan Slack and W.S. “Fluke” Holland, talking Hemp with Murray State University’s Dr. Tony Brannon and Ray Bohacz presents “Bushels and Cents.” The episode also features …
 
On this episode, Grant Suhre of John Deere and Morgan Hester with AHW LLC discuss what John Deere is doing to recruit, train and retail maintenance technicians for John Deere dealerships. Karen Jones with Growmark talks about the agricultural cooperative’s 2021 essay contest for some Midwest FFA students, Ray Bohacz presents another installment of …
 
Nick Zachrich with The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences previews Farm Science Review 2020, which will be held virtually Sept. 22-24. Case IH Corporate Events Manager Rebecca Ivey talks about the manufacturer preparing content for virtual fall farm shows, and Cheryl Skjolaas with the University of Wiscon…
 
On this episode, Brian Robertson, CEO of Estes Performance Concaves, talks about preparing combines for the fall harvest. He also talks about his company’s new XPR 2 concaves. U.S. Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue talks Chinese commodity purchases, and he, Sen. Chuck Grassley and U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson weigh in on ethanol industry struggles, and CFAP d…
 
On this episode Patrick Driscoll, President and CEO of the Certified Agriculture Dealership Program, talks about AgRally, America’s New Live Farm Show, which will be featured on RFD-TV. Curt Blades, Senior Vice President, Agricultural Services, for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers discusses how ag equipment manufacturers have weathered 20…
 
On this episode, Roy Johnson with John Deere dealer AHW LLC talks about how the dealership used the strength of its website to navigate the pandemic, John Deere’s Laurel Caes talks about how the manufacturer has had to pivot from in-person fall farm shows to virtual events, The Hot Rod Farmer, Ray Bohacz, shares his “Bushels and Cents” tips and we …
 
On this episode we have a summary of the USDA August Crop Production Report and a discussion with National FFA Organization Communications Manager Kristy Meyer about how FFA will help guide chapters through an unusual school year and what a virtual national convention might look like. We introduce “Bushels and Cents,” a new feature from the Hot Rod…
 
On this episode, Iowa farmer and United Soybean Board director Tom Oswald talks about the redesigned Soybean Research & Information Network, National Farmers Union President Rob Larew talks innovation, COVID-19, cattle industry challenges and more, and we profile Corn Warriors Season 4 competitor Jake Drozd. The episode also features the music of C…
 
On this episode, David Graden, the agricultural operational marketing manager for Michelin North America talks about new tire technology and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue addresses the National Association of Farm Broadcasting. We continue our series on Corn Warriors Season 4 competitors with a profile of Dan Leupkes and we feature the mu…
 
On this episode, Terry Burkart of All States Ag Parts talks about diagnosing and repairing air conditioning problems in farm equipment. Nashville singer/songwriter and fourth-generation dairy farmer Stephanie Nash talks about an FFA scholarship program she is launching and we profile Corn Warriors competitor Cory Atley. We receive a corn and soybea…
 
On this episode we visit Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, for Bulls and Barrels 2020 to benefit Abigail’s Plan, a stop on Kolt Barber’s American Cowboy Showdown. We also talk with Corn Warriors stars Kevin Kalb and Brooks Cardinal, as well as show creator Seth Wood. The episode also features the music of country music singer/songwriter Dallas Remington.…
 
On this episode we discuss agriculture content creation with Hank and Gina Hamilton of the Hamiltonville Farm YouTube channel, and with Maddy Buxton, Culture and Trends Manager at YouTube. We also talk about the new book “Behind The Man In Black: The WS Holland Story,” with coauthor Ron Haney, and we feature the music of singer/songwriter Allie Col…
 
In this episode, American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall and ag economist and Agricultural Economic Insights cofounder David Widmar assess the agriculture industry at the midpoint of 2020. The episode also features the music of emerging Nashville country music hitmaker KayLyn Pace. Time stamps: Zippy Duvall, American Farm Bureau Fede…
 
Nathan Kramer from John Deere talks about the new X9 1000 and 1100 combines; American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall discusses carbon credits; National Corn Growers Association Yield Contest deadline approaches and agricultural entrepreneurship coach Matt Brechwald talks off-farm income. The episode features the music of Southbound 7…
 
On this episode we talk combines with CLAAS and All States Ag Parts. We also have the second part of the fireside chat on agriculture innovation with U.S. Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue and SVG Ventures cofounder and CEO John Hartnett, and we hear the music of country music singer/songwriter Will Banister. Blake McOllough, CLAAS of America: 1:03 Terry B…
 
In this episode, we talk with Dan Schweers of A1 Mist Sprayers, Ponca, Nebraska, about controlling insects and other pests on the farm. We also talk with Damon Johnson of Farmers Edge about the company’s hail detection system, and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and SVG Ventures co-founder and CEO John Hartnett talk about the need for publi…
 
On this episode we talk hay season and hay tools with Brad Stout and Mark Jansen of ACI Distributors and John Biggins and David O’Toole of McHale. We also talk with country artist Kolt Barber about his American Cowboy Challenge and partnership with Rockin’ K Rodeo and the International Professional Rodeo Association. The episode also features the m…
 
In this episode we talk with Jeremy Puck, President and CEO of Manning, Iowa-based Puck Enterprises Inc., about the liquid handling equipment and hose manufacturer’s purchase of Dothan, Alabama-based U.S. Coupling. We hear from Tom Gallagher, CEO of Dairy Management Inc. and Tom Vilsack President and CEO of the U.S. Dairy Export Council about findi…
 
This episode features details of the $19 billion Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) for farmers, ranchers and consumers, with comments from President Donald Trump, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall. The special Memorial Day episode also features a conversation with, and the mu…
 
In this episode, farmer/mental health advocate/blogger/“What the Farm” podcast co-host Lesley Kelly talks about mental health on the farm and a partnership she has with Corteva to provide resources to people in need of help; Steve Vistad, vice president of sales for Minnesota-based DakotaBio talks about how his company is using advancements in biot…
 
In this episode, Purdue University student Grace Hasler talks about winning the American Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmers & Ranchers Virtual Collegiate Discussion Meet and Hartford, Wisconsin, high school student and FFA member Ally Loosen discusses the Corona Kicker virtual livestock show she created. Hear how the pork industry is trying to na…
 
On this episode, National FFA Organization’s Christine White discusses how COVID-19 has affected the organization. Ethan Lane of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association talks about President Trump’s move to keep meat-packing plants open, Ambassador Robert Lighthizer gives an update on USMCA, Kenneth Unruh of Kenneth’s Sales & Service, Lewis, Kans…
 
Episode 51 features Precision Planting Agronomist Jason Webster sharing tips on avoiding spring planting pitfalls. Kip Eideberg of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers talks about how manufacturers are navigating COVID-19, U.S. Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue shares details of the feds’ $19 billion aid package for farmers, Michigan farmer Nathan En…
 
In Episode 50, David Ottavianelli talks about how John Deere has shifted from making planters to producing face shields for health care workers and Julie Anna Potts of the North American Meat Institute discusses how pandemic-tested meat producers are faring. The episode also features the music of Hall of Fame honky-tonk-Creole-swing fiddler Dennis …
 
Episode 49 features a discussion on the state of rural health care in light of COVID-19. Hear from Allan Morgan, CEO, National Rural Health Association, and Beth O’Connor, Executive Director, Virginia Rural Health Association. The episode also features Glenn Pfeif, owner, G&M Implement Inc., Greeley, Colorado, talking about what business looks like…
 
This episode features U.S. Wheat Associates Vice President of Communications Steve Mercer talking about international wheat prices and demand in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as a conversation with Midwest Farm Report’s Pam Jahnke about milk dumping by Wisconsin dairies, and Jahnke’s conversation with Wisconsin Ag Secretary Randy Romanski…
 
Episode 47 features American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall, Arizona farmer John Boelts and South Carolina farmer Chalmers Carr discussing the need for temporary farm workers to be cleared to enter America from Mexico under the H-2A visa program despite a Coronavirus-related State Department halt of visa applications in Mexico. The e…
 
This episode features coverage of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic from an agricultural prospective, with interviews with American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall, Chief Economist Dr. John Newton and Director of Congressional Relations R.J. Karney. It also features U.S. Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue and 3i Farm Show Director Eddie Este…
 
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