Food security and GM crops at The World Food Prize
Agriculture.com's Kacey Birchmier talks with Anne Glover, Chief Scientific Adviser to the President of the European Commission, and Gibert Bor, a smallholder farmer from Kenya, about food security and GM crops.I'm TC rich -- for agriculture dot com joined here at the world food prize with Gilbert or one of the speakers -- that. Work more on dialogues and I just kind of Renaissance you --
Ray Gaesser: Part 2
Dan Looker talks to the incoming president of the American Soybean Association. Topics include why the ASA is important part of telling agriculture's story.to do their job finding that feed people. And that has evolved. Environmental regulations . And yes we have a special set community and regulatory. How can also on crop insurance Annan on regulatory -- and Dave Stevens from Kentucky is is mind. Is my -- Canadian and he's adding -- meeting. This week to talk about you know water issues -- around the United States . We were just we were just in Washington DC at EPA -- and its Arab gentleman about my concerns on water you know the regulatory things. Feed the slowness. -- acceptance
John Obery demonstrates tramlines in his soybean field.
What is Google Glass
Agriculture.com News Editor, Jeff Caldwell look through the Glass with Editorial Content Director Dave Kurns.in the air at it's we're in right now -- in the beta test days. It's slated for launch sometime in the first half 2014. That industries actually though a lot of industry analysts say. Thatthat farmers. Rangers better days folks like that day and this is brand new technology we've gotten our hands on there. And the price and release date has not yet determine is that right that's right there's there have been rumors that. Well right now it in the beta test phase. These -- about costs fifteen to sixteen dollars and these are beta test versions though. There are very different from. The ones that will be released to consumers. Next year the price point I've heard anything between 20500. Dollars. They they're treating it sort of like. That you know this in the market there's not really precedent for the kind of market that they're creating here but the Bluetooth headset for cellphones -- -- a few years ago. They're looking at a price point slightly above that it's obviously it's -- cell
Ray Gaesser: Part 3
Ray Gaesser discusses the importance of a strong membership in farm groups, and how important their influence is in Washington D.C.particular around the world. And encouraging you know those agencies in in Washington DC and in their states. You know 22. Listen to farmers and and I understand are concerned about rules and regulations that might
Ukraine Wheat Harvest
Winter wheat is harvested in the Cherkasy region of Ukraine before a thunderstorm hits. Summer 2013. Adrienne Baughman, owner of Forbs Export Services, a machine exporter, explored Ukrainian & Romanian Ag as part of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation’s Black Sea Market Study Tour June 23-July 5, 2013.
Ray Gaesser: Part 1
Dan Looker talks to the incoming president of the American Soybean Association. Topics include the future of the ASA and the Farm Billbut. I've talked to people think that is more news. We have crop insurance is way too much else to worry about and what are some of the reasons that ASA another commodity items you -- so. More well I mean they are correct it crop insurance is really important it's important to our farmers that they have some certainty. You know that they have the ability to to -- crop insurance . That down well at the very least keep him home for years now. And. It's really. Very few farmers would make money crop insurance as many people saying that you raised maybe a little bit of that. But it's really about surviving for another year. And so it is really important. But but there's so much if they so many other things involved in the farm bill you know there's -- it to trade issues that you know that we support with our government helps us -- With marketing soybeans around the world when -- in China in -- and Japan are in middle America here are. In the Middle East and Europe we have lots of help and has support from my. -- -- Agencies to advance others. To help us to
Elanco's President on the ENOUGH Campaign
Jeff Simmons, President of Elanco, talks to Dave Kurns about the initiative to take action to solve the planets food security issue.I'm Dave -- editorial content director for successful farming. I'm here with Jeff Simmons the president of the -- of justice could reach it could have been here. Great to -- your -- thank you captain obvious -- goes in a large. Global animal health business but you've taken on a project here called it. -- enough it's really become not to project but movement I'd love to hear about it. Yeah you know we're here at the world food . -- and we we all know we have a tendency to attend a lot of conventions don't turn to much action. AndWe can deliver some of these aspirations together with customers with the food chain with. People like yourself to touch a lot of consumers. But as you point out the world food prize is this weekend. A Blanco. Has. Much higher purpose and with with the world growing unease in the population growing. And2013. Or Lanka -- cast award. Steelers community here and around the world food prize so look for all of our coverage on agriculture dot com thank you thanks.
Planting pollinator habitat on farmland
Peter Berthelsen from Pheasants Forever describes the specialized process for planting pollinator habitat.we're guaranteed. That we have proper seed soil place. A great tool specially designed exactly what we wanted to.
Jon Kinzenbaw - The Successful Interview
The founder of Kinze Manufacturing discusses the beginnings of the company he founded.And not a building for 2000 dollars. And opened a welding and repair shop . December in the tenth 1965. The building was like forty feet wide and 35 feet. Deep. You -- bill and I've put a new roof on it and guess. And ended up from an open there's a welding and repair shop . Started out just fixing things. But my goal is always to fix something better than it was before broke and to make