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September 29

Ranking member of the House Ag Committee, Collin Peterson, will give his review of the rollout of the 2014 Farm Bill.  And we’ll talk used equipment with Machinery Pete.

September 30

We’ll talk with Jon Entine who wrote in Forbes that the fight over GMO safety is over and Hank Campbell of Science 2.0

October 1

We’ll talk with dairy industry leaders from World Dairy Expo.

October 2

Twenty six rural hospitals have shuttered in the past 19 months. What is driving that closure rate, and is your local hospital next? We’ll take a look with the National Rural Health Association.


October 3

It’s the Friday Free-for-All.




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