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Perdue: Chemically Washed Chicken Safe for E.U. Marketplace

00:00:59.324   2020-01-28   
The Agriculture Secretary says the European Union's policy that bans poultry exports chemically washed to prevent pathogens is not based on sound science. (Rod Bain and Secretary Sonny Perdue)

Commonalities Between U.S. and E.U. Ag Producers

00:00:59.846   2020-01-28   
The Agriculture Secretary says visits with European farmers this week reveals how much they have in common with their counterparts in our country. (Rod Bain and Secretary Sonny Perdue)

NRCS and 2018 Farm Bill Implementation Progress Report

00:00:59.506   2020-01-28   
The head of the Natural Resources Conservation Service updated a House Ag subcommittee on progress in implementing programs connected to the 2018 Farm Bill. (Rod Bain and NRCS Chief Matthew Lohr)

Two Stormy Areas of Country This Week

00:00:58.749   2020-01-28   
There will be two stormy areas of the country this week -- which is good news for winter wheat and the northwestern snowpack. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Snowpack is Doing Well in Many NW States, Except California

00:01:00.029   2020-01-28   
What's the snowpack situation in the Pacific Northwest? (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Did the National Weather Service Call it Right for This Winter?

00:00:57.129   2020-01-28   
Did the National Weather Service call it right, in terms of temperatures for this winter? (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Milder Winter Weather has Agricultural Implications

00:00:58.096   2020-01-28   
Milder temperatures this winter have agricultural implications. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Peaches Need to Get Enough "Chill" Time

00:00:57.965   2020-01-28   
Everything needs some time to chill out -- even peaches. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

In Winter or Summer, Crops Need Varied Temperatures

00:00:58.801   2020-01-28   
Whether it is summer or winter, crops need the right temperatures at the right times. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

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