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Chesapeake Bay States’ Partnership Initiative Announced

00:01:00.421   2022-05-20   
Continued efforts of Chesapeake Bay region farmers, landowners and stakeholders are improving water quality in this watershed. (Rod Bain and Karen Woodrich of the Natural Resources Conservation Service)

Actuality: Chesapeake Bay Farmers and Water Quality Improvements

00:00:49.789   2022-05-20   
Karen Woodrich of the Natural Resources Conservation Service explains the ag component of the Chesapeake Bay region and landowner efforts to improve water quality in the Bay watershed.

Actuality: Chesapeake Bay States' Partnership Initiative

00:00:59.062   2022-05-20   
Karen Woodrich of the Natural Resources Conservation Service talks about a new initiative designed to improve landowner-based water quality and conservation efforts in the Chesapeake Bay region.

Record May First Cattle Feedlot Inventory

00:00:59.768   2022-05-20   
USDA's latest report on cattle feedlot activity confirms the idea that beef production will continue to decline from now through 2023. (Gary Crawford and USDA livestock analyst, Shayle Shagam)

Actuality: Some Key Numbers in Friday's USDA Cattle on Feed Report

00:00:39.758   2022-05-20   
Shayle Shagam, USDA livestock analyst, with some of the key numbers in Friday's USDA Cattle on Feed report.

No Short Term Relief in Sight for Low Supply/High Price Wheat Situation

00:00:56.163   2022-05-20   
When will we see a turnaround in the current global low supply and high price wheat situation? (Gary Crawford. Dr. Joe Glauber with the International Food Policy Institute)

Do Farmers Need Extra Incentives/Mandates to Boost Production?

00:01:00.107   2022-05-20   
Do farmers need extra incentives or government mandates to boost plantings and production? (Gary Crawford. Dr. Joe Glauber with the International Food Policy Institute. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack)

USDA Researcher - Sammie Nominee

00:00:59.898   2022-05-20   
An Agricultural Research Service engineer is a finalist for a prestigious federal government honor for his work studying nutrient runoff into waterways and preventative conservation practices. (Rod Bain and Mark Williams)

Actuality: Fertilizer Application Methods and Reduced Nutrient Runoff

00:01:00.316   2022-05-20   
USDA research engineers, Mark Williams, discusses some of the study he is conducting on reducing nutrient runoff - work that led to his nomination for a Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal (SAMMIE).

Forest Service Prescribed Burning Program Halted for Full Review

00:00:58.383   2022-05-20   
The Forest Service is pausing its prescribed burning operations for a 90 complete review of the program. (Gary Crawford)

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