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Changes to Prevented Planting Date for Haying and Grazing

00:00:57.182   2019-06-21   
Do you know about the changes to haying and grazing stipulations as they relate to prevented planting? (Stephanie Ho and Martin Barbre, RMA Administrator)

Actuality: Why Did USDA Make Prevented Planting Changes?

00:00:39.653   2019-06-21   
Risk Management Agency Administrator Martin Barbre says there are a host of reasons producers may be looking at prevented planting crop insurance options.

Where Can You Find More Info on Prevented Planting?

00:01:00.003   2019-06-21   
Where can you find more information on prevented planting? (Stephanie Ho and Martin Barbre, RMA Administrator)

Cattle Feedlot Inventories Large, Despite Drop in Placements

00:01:00.055   2019-06-21   
USDA's latest look at cattle feedlot activity shows a slowdown in placements, but still a large feedlot inventory. (Gary Crawford and Seanicaa Herron)

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

00:00:35.866   2019-06-21   
Seanicaa Herron, USDA livestock analyst, with some of the key numbers from Friday's USDA Cattle on Feed report.

Nothing Too "Tart" about Tart Cherry Production Forecast

00:00:59.715   2019-06-21   
Despite a lower production forecast for U.S. tart cherries this year, there will still be plenty for baking cherry pies and other uses. (Rod Bain and Lance Honig of the National Agricultural Statistics Service)

Sweet Cherry Production Up in 2019

00:00:59.454   2019-06-21   
Favorable Spring growing conditions in the West results in more sweet cherries available to consumers this Summer. (Rod Bain and Lance Honig of the National Agricultural Statistics Service)

How Ag Producers Can Handle an Irregular Income

00:01:00.029   2019-06-21   
With income coming in on an irregular basis, how can farmers and ranchers plan for such fluctuations? (Rod Bain and Laurel Kubin of Colorado State University Extension)

Survey Shows Continued High Losses of Honey Bee Colonies

00:01:00.055   2019-06-21   
Researchers continue to work on stemming the tide of honey bee colony losses. (Gary Crawford and Kyle Grubbs--interview done during Friday's USDA pollinator event in Washington, D.C. )