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May 28-29: The Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project is a nonprofit based in Ashville, North Carolina. Its mission is to “help local farms thrive, link farmers to markets and supporters, and build healthy communities through connections to local food.” May 27: MustGrow Biologics Corporation is a Canadian company that produces crop protection products based on natural pest and disease resistance characteristics of plants in the brassica family (mustards, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, etc.). May 26: CENEX offers a variety of lubricants and other petroleum-based and synthetic products for agricultural machinery and other uses. May 25: Greg “Machinery Pete” Peterson’s company collects and distributes farm machinery auction information. May 21-22: Stephen Heyman is the author of The Planter of Modern Life: Louis Bromfield and the Seeds of a Food Revolution. May 20: The BeSure! pesticide stewardship awareness campaign is a project of the Growing Matters coalition, a group of companies that are registrants of the neonicotenoid family of crop protection chemicals. (Disclaimer: Growing Matters is a advertising sponsor of Farm to Fork.) May 18-19: You can listen to the Foodtank podcasts featuring former Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman and Holly Ripon-Butler from the National Young Farmers Coalition here. May 15: At the invitation of Farm to Fork, a variety of agriculture-related companies and organizations submitted messages of hope and inspiration for the farming community. Today’s show includes clips from BASF and the Farming for the Future Foundation. May 13-14: Todd Hubbs is an agricultural economist with University of Illinois Extension. Mike Jerke is president and CEO of Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy, a corn ethanol plant in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Both discuss the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on ethanol production in the United States. May 12: Joel DeRouchey is in swine nutrition and management with Kansas State University Extension. May 11: Hear more from Shawna Morris, VP for trade policy at the National Milk Producers Federation in the Dairy Defined podcast. May 7-8: At the invitation of Farm to Fork, a variety of agriculture-related companies and organizations submitted messages of hope and inspiration for the farming community. We included clips from the National Grazing Lands Coalition, Protect the Harvest, and the American Soybean Association these two days.