There’s a lot of good information flowing on the soybean rust situation and what growers can do about it. I doubt there’s any country in the world that has as good a support system as America’s farmers and ranchers.
We have the latest installment from the AGCO series of Talking News Releases. Troy Schroeder lets farmers know how to get ahead of soybean rust.
Here’s the latest from MFA INCORPORATED. They’re a Talking News Release client by the way and when you download the full release you’ll see what I mean.
This week in CornTalk, our interview program with the Missouri Corn Growers Association, I spoke with CEO, Gary Marshall about legislation both at the Missouri state level and at the federal level that will impact corn growers. You can listen to this week’s report here: CornTalk
The Pew Internet & American Life Project has done a little bit of research on podcasting. Here’s an excerpt from a new article on their website called “Podcasting catches on”:
A new weekly feature of AgriMarketing Pros is CornTalk. CornTalk is an interview program with a representative of the Missouri Corn Growers Association. Sometimes that’s staff or a representative from an affiliated organization.
One of the only people out on the bold, cutting edge of information delivery is Blair Fannin, with Texas A&M University. Listen to Cindy in this week’s ZimmCast talk about his weekly programming which is podcast so you can subscribe and download just like our ZimmCast! ZIMMCAST
Our ZimmCast this week features fellow blogger Keith Good. Keith is the publisher of FARMPOLICY.com, one of the few blogs focusing on agriculture. Keith keeps an eye on the mainstream news and provides a concise summary of news that’s important to agriculture. You can listen to the interview here or subscribe to our podcast feed in the sidebar titled “ZimmCast.”
Although it repeats some of the things that I’ve written before about podcasting I still recommend you look at this article written by Stephan Spencer for MarketingProfs.com and in their e-newsletter today.
Cindy was able to spend some time on the phone with Mike Johanns, our newest Secretary of Agriculture. We thought you might want to hear the latest from Washington straight from the main man! In the interview he talks about the budget, beef trade, CAFTA, Cuba and National Agriculture Day (March 20). The interview is about 11 1/2 minutes long …