It’s time to save the Pallid Sturgeon on the Missouri River. At least that’s what it sounds like a bunch of concerned wildlife people want.
I know I posted this last week but not as a podcast. So it’s this week’s ZimmCast.
These guys were in charge at last night’s Region II NAMA Leadership Workshop. One of the key themes that we heard over and over (KEN) was not to become “stagnant” (KEN).
I’ve wanted to write something about them for a while but just haven’t had a chance.
As already posted here on AgWired, the Cattlemen’s Beef Board operating committee has recommended a new budget so that’s what this week’s MBIC Report is all about.
Don’t you know that I’ll be grilling this coming Saturday?!
Energy legislation is sure to be a big topic of discussion in the ag world this week so the Missouri Corn Growers Association CornTalk program features an interview with MO Senator Jim Talent.
This week we learn about a cooperative-owned publication from the man who reps it.
This morning I was interviewed for Brownfield Network’s “Innovations” by Steve Mays.