Tyne MorganHost

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

U.S., China
May 29, 2020

Are All Bets Off for Phase One Trade Deal with China?

As the story continues to unfold on what will happen between the U.S. and China, just this week, China bought more U.S. ag goods this week, including 66,000 tonnnes of new crop soybeans.

Farmers to Families Food Box Program
May 27, 2020

From Farm to Fork: USDA Food Box Program Met with Praise and Criticism

The White House unveiled the "Farmers to Families Food Box Program." While many dairy groups praise the program, saying it hits all stops of the supply chain, some produce companies say it misses the mark.

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May 26, 2020

Veteran-Owned Cattle Company Proves Suffering Builds Grit

When Farm Journal first met Patrick Montgomery last year, the three-year-old business was just picking up steam. Thanks to some new-found fame, KC Cattle Company has since taken off.

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May 22, 2020

Soybeans May Be the Buoy Corn Prices Need

Could the worst of the price action be behind corn prices? Analysts think a floor may be in, but they warn producers not to become bullish.

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May 21, 2020

Fewer Than 1% Of Farm Workers Have Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

New data shows COVID-19 illnesses at the farm level are less than 1%. Purdue University teamed up with Microsoft to create an online Food and Ag Vulnerability map.

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May 19, 2020

Halting Beef Imports Could Hurt Demand, Spark Unintended Consequences

The President made a broad statement Tuesday about cattle imports, asking USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue to look into terminating bringing in cattle from other countries. However, a decision could come with consequences.

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May 18, 2020

A Touching Tractor Tribute for Iowa Man Who Lost Battle with Cancer

With COVID-19 restrictions, the community knew a traditional funeral service wasn’t possible for an area farmer who lost his battle with cancer. So, they orchestrated a special tribute with tractors.

Planting Corn
May 15, 2020

Ethanol Picture Starts to Improve and Corn Prices Remain Above $3

USDA’s adjustments in WASDE this week were encouraging to Matt Bennett and Joe Vaclavik. They explain why in Markets Now.

May 15, 2020

Grocers Grapple with Surging Ground Beef Prices, As Wholesale Tops $6

As COVID-19 impacts the supply chain, beef prices in grocery stores have started to skyrocket. Is $7.99 per pound for ground beef common? An interactive map shows just how high prices are getting for consumers today.