The fast-moving market challenges brought on by coronavirus require a check-in to help listeners keep up. In this week's edition of the Around Farm Progress podcast, it's a look at the challenges facing swine producers; some insight on cattle producers; and an innovative way one state is working to help assure a farmer's seed investment pays off.
Editors on tap this week include Ann Hess, National Hog Farmer; Lon Tonneson, Dakota Farmer; and John Hart, Southeast Farm Press. Listen to learn more about some key topics impacting agriculture in different parts of the country.
Ann also mentions the Global Industry Virtual Conference, May 27 and 28. This online event offers visitors critical management insight and information for a fast-changing swine industry. Make plans to attend.
Keeping up with coronavirus
On an added note, readers can catch all the Farm Progress coverage of COVID-19 by visiting the special coronavirus online channel. Farm Progress editors are covering this event from across the country providing both local and national insight into how it impacts all of agriculture. Just visit FarmProgress.com/coronavirus.
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