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What Were Big Changes in Farm Sector Income?

00:04:59.937 2019-09-10   
What were the biggest changes in farm sector income for 2018 and 2019? Stephanie Ho has the story in this edition of "Agriculture USA".

PARTICIPANTS: Stephanie Ho. ERS Economist Carrie Litkowski. Deputy Chief Economist Warren Preston.

A Decline in U.S. Household Food Insecurity

00:02:47.314 2019-09-10   
USDA's annual look at household food security in our country shows the per cent of food insecure households is at its lowest levels since the 2007 recession. Rod Bain reports.

PARTICIPANTS: Rod Bain and USDA economic researcher Alisha Coleman-Jensen

Corn----It's Everywhere

00:03:00.062 2019-09-10   
Farmers grow millions of acres of corn in this country, but a tiny percentage of that corn goes to consumers. Gary Crawford has more.


PARTICIPANTS: Gary Crawford. Maryland corn grower, Chip Bowling. Chantel Oyi with the USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service.

Avoiding Vehicle-Farm Equipment Roadway Collisions - the Driver's Take

00:02:46.530 2019-09-10   
What are some ways rural, even suburban, drivers can watch out for farm equipment on roadways and learn ways to avoid a potential accident? Rod Bain reports.

PARTICIPANTS: Rod Bain and Mike Staton of Michigan State University Extension

Prunes--It's a Movement

00:03:00.062 2019-09-10   
Prunes have long been a victim of giggles and scoffs, but they may be on the cusp of a comeback on the U.S. food scene. Gary Crawford has more.


PARTICIPANTS: Gary Crawford and Courtney Ferris with the California Prune Board.

Peppers---Turning up the Heat

00:03:00.062 2019-09-10   
The U.S. appetite for hot peppers continues to heat up. Per capita consumption is double what it was 40 years ago. Gary Crawford has this hot report.


PARTICIPANTS: Gary Crawford and Lori Henry, Virginia hot pepper farmer.

Net Farm Income Picture for 2018 and 2019

00:02:29.942 2019-09-10   
USDA has the latest picture of net farm income for 2018 and 2019. Stephanie Ho has the story.

PARTICIPANTS: Stephanie Ho and Deputy Chief Economist Warren Preston.

WHIP Plus Part of Ag Based Disaster Relief Package

00:02:21.322 2019-09-10   
The first of various programs assisting eligible growers impacted by natural disasters is now available and open for enrollment. Rod Bain reports.


PARTICIPANTS: Rod Bain and Farm Service Agency Administrator Richard Fordyce

More Ways to Pay FSA

00:02:22.576 2019-09-10   
If you need to pay the USDA's Farm Service Agency for something, there are some new paperless ways to do it. Gary Crawford has more.


PARTICIPANTS: Gary Crawford and Steve Peterson, Associate Administrator of USDA's Farm Service Agency.

Avoiding Farm Equipment-Vehicle Roadway Collisions from Farmers’ Perspective

00:02:21.061 2019-09-10   
How can farmers prevent road collision accidents between their ag equipment and motor vehicles? Rod Bain reports.

PARTICIPANTS: Rod Bain and Mike Staton of Michigan State University Extension

A Hot Crop in More Ways than One

00:02:30.047 2019-09-10   
Demand for hot peppers and hot sauces is growing and some small-scale farmers are taking advantage of that demand. Gary Crawford has more.


PARTICIPANTS: Gary Crawford and Lori Henry, a Virginia farmer with Henry's Hot Sauces.
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