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Ukraine Conflict and U.S. Farm Policy Considerations

00:00:59.689   2022-09-23   
The conflict in Ukraine is increasing our nation's awareness of the importance of food security and farm policy, according to a senior USDA official. (Rod Bain and Under Secretary for Farm Production and Conservation Robert Bonnie)

NRCS Preparations for New Fiscal Year

00:00:59.924   2022-09-23   
Efforts to streamline and build upon Natural Resource Conservation Service programs and services are part of ongoing preparations for a new fiscal year starting October First. (Rod Bain and NRCS Chief Terry Cosby)

Actuality: NRCS Focus on Traditional Conservation Programs

00:00:59.428   2022-09-23   
Natural Resources Conservation Service Chief Terry Cosby discusses how his agency and its stakeholders are studying how to build upon traditional conservation programs going into the new federal fiscal year.

A Surprise in USDA's Cattle on Feed Report

00:01:00.029   2022-09-23   
Beef industry analysts may be surprised at what they see in USDA's latest report on cattle feedlot activity. (Gary Crawford and USDA livestock analyst, Shayle Shagam)

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

00:00:32.470   2022-09-23   
Shayle Shagam, USDA livestock analyst, with some of the key numbers in USDA's latest Cattle on Feed report.

Credit Know-How Critical for Young Up-and-Coming Farmers

00:00:59.689   2022-09-23   
One expert says many beginning farmers have trouble getting credit because they may not know all the ins and outs of the credit system. (Gary Crawford and Vincent Logan, Farm Credit Administration Board nominee)

New Forecast Shows Food Prices Rising More than Expected

00:00:59.663   2022-09-23   
USDA has once again raised its food price inflation forecast. (Gary Crawford and USDA economist, Matt MacLachlan)

Actuality: No Foods in 2022 Expected to Cost Less than 2021

00:00:21.524   2022-09-23   
Matt MacLachlan, USDA economist, saying no food categories this year will end the year lower priced than 2021.