On this edition of the AFR Country Journal podcast we talk with AFR President Terry Detrick about the 2018 Oklahoma legislative session, which convenes Monday, Feb. 5. Specifically, we talk about the proposed Step Up Oklahoma plan to fill the state’s budget deficit.
On this week’s show we talk with AFR President Terry Detrick about the proposed “step-up” plan to fix the state’s budget deficit as we start the 2018 Oklahoma legislative session on Monday; we also talk with Dr. Jerry Fitch and OSU animal science student Alexandria Schut about the capstone class we are assisting with this semester.
On this week’s show we learn how the Oklahoma Ag. Department is controlling wild hogs. We also talk with State Sen. Eddie Fields about the plan to fix the state’s budget hole.
On this edition of the AFR Country Journal Podcast, we talk with State Sen. Eddie Fields, assistant majority floor leader of the Oklahoma Senate and a Wynona, Okla., rancher. He brings us up to date on the latest activity of the “special” legislative session and what will happen when legislators convene for the “regular” legislative session on Feb. 5.
On this week’s show we talk with U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe and U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas about the the Wildfire Regulatory Relief legislation introduced by Sen. Inhofe to help farmers and rancher recover from wildfire disasters. We also talked with Lucas about the tax reform package and it’s impact on farmers.
On this week’s show we talk about the AFR Farm and Ranch Forum at the Enid Agrifest Farm Show on Friday; we also talk with Dustin Tackett, Ft. Cobb,Okla., who has been in Washington, D.C. this week representing Oklahoma on the NFU Policy Committee; And, we have a farm update from Karl Jett in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
On this week’s show we ask the question…will there be enough affordable propane to heat our rural homes and businesses this winter? We also visit with Tim Lust, National Sorghum Producers, about current conditions for grain sorghum producers.