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Tyne Morgan is doing what she calls her "dream job." She’s a Missouri girl who has generations of agriculture rooted in her blood. Born and raised in Lexington, Mo., FFA was a big part of her high school career. Her father is an agriculture teacher/FFA Advisory and was her biggest supporter/teacher. Through public speaking and various contest teams, she actually plunged into broadcast at the young age of 16. While in high school, she worked at KMZU radio providing the daily farm market updates, as well as local, state and national agriculture news. Although Tyne always knew she wanted to
Tyne Morgan is doing what she calls her "dream job." She’s a Missouri girl who has generations of agriculture rooted in her blood. Born and raised in Lexington, Mo., FFA was a big part of her high school career. Her father is an agriculture teacher/FFA Advisory and was her biggest supporter/teacher. Through public speaking and various contest teams, she actually plunged into broadcast at the young age of 16. While in high school, she worked at KMZU radio providing the daily farm market updates, as well as local, state and national agriculture news. Although Tyne always knew she wanted to

Articles By Tyne Morgan

Dean Foods Dairy Pure Milk
Nov 12, 2019

Bankruptcy Truth: Why Dean Foods’ Business Model Was Not Sustainable

Industry insiders say DFA was the obvious backstop for the Dean Foods fallout, as the company seeks bankruptcy.
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Nov 11, 2019

Propane Shortage Today Could Turn Into Anhydrous Shortage Tomorrow

A propane shortage is plaguing the Midwest, with some farmers forced to store their wet corn until spring, but now some are worried it could also mean a shortage of anhydrous ammonia this spring.
USFR 1109 Weather
Nov 11, 2019

Mike Hoffman: Record-Setting Cold, But Frigid Front Won't Last Long

The U.S. is off to a cold and snowy start to kick off the week. However, Mike Hoffman says the good news is the record-setting cold weather won't stick around long.
Grain bins and dryer
Nov 06, 2019

Some Iowa Farmers Now Cut Off from Liquid Propane Supplies

As Iowa braces for another cold snap, propane suppliers are having to prioritize shipments, saving product for homes and livestock producers. Experts say the propane shortage could get worse before it gets better.
Mike Hoffman November forecast
Nov 05, 2019

Prepare Yourself for a Colder than Normal November

Shots of cold air all month means November could end up being colder than normal. Mike Hoffman's forecast shows January could be the same.
University of Neb quarterscale tractor
Oct 29, 2019

Husker Quarter-Scale Tractor Team Aims for Repeat Performance in 2020

Members of the University of Nebraska's quarter-scale tractor team are the reigning international champion. Team members are currently strategizing a game plan to bring home another victory in 2020.
Harvest snow
Oct 28, 2019

U.S. Farm Report Meteorologist Forecasts More Cold Than Snow This Week

The forecast this week could bring some snow to portions of the country, but U.S. Farm Report's Cindi Clawson has bigger concerns about the shot of cold air.
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Oct 25, 2019

Some U.S. Farm Fields May Never Be Harvested Again

University of Nebraska economist says some flooded farm fields could be lost for good. U.S. Farm Report's marketing discussion talks about the impacts 2019 flooding could have on 2020.
Combining for Curtis
Oct 19, 2019

"Combining for Curtis": A Harvest Full of Heart

As a Missouri farmer is in for a fight of his life, a local ag retailer went to work, deciding to travel to farms, pick up grain from any farmer who wanted to donate for "Combining for Curtis."