This week's DC Signal to Noise Podcast includes updates on the latest Coronavirus aid program and lingering questions about WASDE projections for Chinese corn purchases.
USDA Deputy Secretary Steve Censky will leave the agency in November to return to his previous job as CEO of the American Soybean Association.
EPA denied so-called "gap year" waivers to the Renewable Fuels Standard on Monday.
Will there be big changes for the second round of the Coronavirus Food Aid Program?
USDA lowered its overall corn crop production projection by 2% and the soybean projection by 3% in Friday’s Crop Production Report, but the outlook for corn is still a record-high 178.5 bu. per acre national estimate.
A Vermont farmer woke Monday morning to find his entire hemp crop stolen, all 50 plants sheared off at the base of the stem.
Will money for 2020 crops, livestock indemnity or biofuels be in the second round of the Coronavirus Food Aid Program?
NASA wants help from farmers to fine-tune satellite data from the Aug. 10 derecho that flattened crops across Iowa and Illinois.
This week's podcast offers a debate of what was and was not accomplished in the part national conventions and a peek forward to a possible announcement on the Renewable Fuels Standard in Iowa soon.