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07-10-14 Inside the RMFU with Bob Kjelland: Waters of the US, Commodity Prices, Aging Ag Workforce, CO Farmers Markets and MORE…

Posted by Brian Allmer on July 10, 2014


To listen to the interview with RMFU’s Director of Communications, click the mp3 audio link below…

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Bob Kjelland RMFU Dir of Communications

Bob Kjellan, RMFU’s Director of Communications

(BARN Media & CoAgNews Network – Briggsdale, CO) July 10th, 2014 – On this month’s edition of the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union’s Radioline Report inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network I will be visiting with RMFU’s NEW Director of Communications Bob Kjelland. Kjelland discusses several topics including:

  • EPA’s “Waters of the US” proposed final rule and the RMFU’s “They Don’t Talk For Me” ad campaign
  • The recent slide of ag commodity prices
  • NFU’s Solution to the Aging Ag Workforce Problem
  • Colorado’s Farmers Markets
  • & Much More!

Additional Information and links regarding the EPA’s proposed Final Rule on the “Waters of the US”:

Comment period extended thru October

The Rocky Mountain Farmers Union: Serving family farming and ranching since 1907…Learn more online @ www.rmfu.org

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05-08-14 Inside the RMFU with Bob Kjelland, the NEW Director of Communications…

Posted by Brian Allmer on May 8, 2014


To listen to the interview with RMFU’s NEW Director of Communications, click the mp3 audio link below…

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Bob Kjelland RMFU Dir of Communications

Bob Kjellan, RMFU’s Director of Communications

(BARN Media & CoAgNews Network – Briggsdale, CO) May 8th, 2014 – On this month’s edition of the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union’s Radioline Report inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network I will be visiting with RMFU’s NEW Director of Communications Bob Kjelland. Kjelland discusses several topics including:

  • Kjellands Background
  • 2014 Farm Bill Explanation Tour RECAP
  • 2014 RMFU Summer Camps this June
  • RMFU’s sponsorship of CO FFA awards/events
  • & MORE

The Rocky Mountain Farmers Union: Serving family farming and ranching since 1907…Learn more online @ www.rmfu.org

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03-04-14 Inside the RMFU with President Kent Peppler…Gov’s Forum, CO Ag Hall of Fame, NFU Convention & MORE…

Posted by Brian Allmer on March 4, 2014

Kent Peppler RMFU President

(BARN Media & CoAgNews Network – Briggsdale, CO) February 4th, 2014 – Joining me Inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network for this month’s Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Radioline Report is RMFU President Kent Peppler of Mead, CO, discussing several topics including: the Farm Bill, CO Legislative Issues & much more…

To listen to the interview with RMFU President Kent Peppler, click the mp3 audio link below…

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To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Farmers Uinion – CLICK HERE

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02-05-14 Inside the RMFU with President Kent Peppler…Farm Bill, CO Legislative Issues & MUCH MORE…

Posted by Brian Allmer on February 5, 2014

Kent Peppler RMFU President

(BARN Media & CoAgNews Network – Briggsdale, CO) January 5th, 2014 – Joining me Inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network for this month’s Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Radioline Report is RMFU President Kent Peppler of Mead, CO, discussing several topics including: the Farm Bill, CO Legislative Issues & much more…

To listen to the interview with RMFU President Kent Peppler, click the mp3 audio link below…

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To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Farmers Uinion – CLICK HERE

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12-05-13 Inside the RMFU with President Kent Peppler…Farm Bill, Convention, 2013 Recap, 2014 Preview & MORE…

Posted by Brian Allmer on December 5, 2013

Kent Peppler RMFU President

(BARN Media & CoAgNews Network – Briggsdale, CO) December 5th, 2013  – Joining me Inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network for this month’s Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Radioline Report is RMFU President Kent Peppler of Mead, CO, discussing several topics including: the Farm Bill, the recent RMFU Convention and Peppler will also take a look back at 2013 and a look ahead at 2014 from his perspective for the RMFU…

To listen to the interview with RMFU President Kent Peppler, click the mp3 audio link below…

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To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Farmers Uinion – CLICK HERE

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11-15-13 *USDA Weekly Column* Vilsack: All Americans Benefit from Local and Regional Markets…

Posted by Brian Allmer on November 15, 2013

One very important reason for Congress to expedite work toward a new Food, Farm and Jobs Bill is to continue today’s rapid growth in local and regional marketing opportunities for American agriculture.

From local farmers markets to regional food hubs, these new opportunities benefit a wide range of Americans from all walks of life.

They benefit farmers and ranchers who are looking to start selling locally or scale up to regional sales. Farmers markets and regional food hubs have a particularly positive impact for small and limited-resource producers. Sales of local foods are growing rapidly, creating a multibillion-dollar market opportunity for producers.

Local markets also have an impact on our work to bring folks into the business of agriculture. As the average age of the American farmer increases, we need more new folks on the farm. Local and regional markets help these new farmers – who include returning veterans, immigrants and more women than ever before – get started and sell their product.

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10-23-13 USDA Deputy Under Secretary Bartuska to Present Sustainability Lecture at CSU on Oct 30th…

Posted by Brian Allmer on October 30, 2013

Ann Bartuska, USDA Under Secretary for Research, Education and Economics.

Ann Bartuska, USDA Under Secretary for Research, Education and Economics.

CSU Science of Sustainability PosterFORT COLLINS - Ann Bartuska, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Deputy Under Secretary for Research, Education, and Economics (REE), will visit Colorado State University on Wednesday, Oct. 30, to talk about sustainability research.

At 1 p.m., Bartuska will present a free public lecture on “The Science of Sustainability: Multiple Approaches for Complex Issues.” The lecture is sponsored by CSU’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) and will take place at the Lory Student Center in Room 228.

During her time on campus, Bartuska also will meet privately with CSU deans, administrators and SoGES faculty to learn more about the groundbreaking sustainability research being conducted at the University.

The USDA REE Mission Area is dedicated to the creation of a safe, sustainable, competitive U.S. food and fiber system, and strong, healthy communities, families, and youth, through integrated research, analysis, and education.

For more information about the lecture, visit the website http://sustainability.colostate.edu/soges-events

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09-27-13 *USDA Weekly Column Op-Ed* Vilsack: Following Through to Keep Our Youth Safe on the Farm…

Posted by Brian Allmer on September 27, 2013

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It’s no secret that agricultural work is tough work – and as America’s farm families know, it can be dangerous. Last year, agriculture recorded the highest fatal injury rate of any industry, with the rate of on-the-job fatality in agriculture nearly seven times the rate for all U.S. workers.

Adding complexity to this challenge is the unique role that youth play on the farm and ranch. Many farms and ranches are a family business. This important tradition strengthens American agriculture and instills important life skills for our young people.

Unfortunately, this means that young people also share in the hazards of farm work. On average, more than 100 youth die each year in farm-related accidents. Thousands more are injured on the farm or ranch.

Every injury or death on the farm is tragic, and the involvement of a young person makes such accidents particularly difficult to bear.

That’s why the Federal government has sought to help families, farm groups and businesses ensure youth safety on the farm, while still enabling young people to have the important chance to work in agriculture. Last year, USDA promised to address youth farm safety in innovative, comprehensive ways, working in partnership with folks from around the country.

On September 25, we announced new plans to strengthen that commitment by developing a national training curriculum to reduce agricultural hazards to young workers.

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09-25-13 CSU Veterinary Hospital Opens New Center for Emergency and Critical Care…

Posted by Brian Allmer on September 25, 2013

Header - Please enable images in your e-mail programFORT COLLINS – Snake bites. Car strikes. Sudden illness. Surgical recovery.

Pets with urgent medical needs will receive advanced treatment around the clock in a new, $1.3-million emergency and critical care facility opening in Colorado State University’s James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

The opening in early October marks completion of a renovation project that expands the hospital’s emergency and critical care unit by 70 percent – to 3,550 square feet – and allows CSU clinicians and veterinary students to care for more than 4,000 sick and injured pets each year.

Facility costs, amounting to $1.3 million, were covered with funding from private donations and the Boulder-based Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, a nonprofit that supports veterinary and other forms of higher education.

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09-06-13 *USDA Weekly Column* Vilsack: Why a Farm Bill Extension Won’t Work…

Posted by Brian Allmer on September 6, 2013

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In just a few days, Congress will come back to Washington, D.C. and Rural America is counting on passage of a comprehensive, multiyear Food, Farm and Jobs Bill as soon as possible.

In January, Congress extended some of the 2008 Farm Bill programs for nine months. This didn’t include important disaster assistance programs for farmers and ranchers. On September 30, many of these programs will expire, leaving producers and rural communities without a wide variety of Farm Bill programs.

While Congress has already extended these programs once, another extension of current law isn’t common sense and it won’t solve this challenge.

An extension won’t provide the certainty that has for so long been a cornerstone of the Farm Bill. It would deny farmers and ranchers the ability to plan their operation around a predictable, long-term farm safety net. For rural communities, it would provide little certainty with regard to economic development programs. It would set no long-term standards for conservation or renewable energy programs.

And failure to pass a comprehensive Food, Farm and Jobs Bill would do nothing to solve the Brazil cotton trade dispute. Left unresolved, this situation threatens producers and small businesses in America with hundreds of millions of dollars annually in tariff penalties against U.S. agriculture products and other American-made goods.

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08-16-13 *USDA Weekly Column* Vilsack: Energy Efficiency and the Food, Farm and Jobs Bill…

Posted by Brian Allmer on August 16, 2013

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This week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced more than 630 new projects across the country under the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP).  These new projects will help producers and businesses boost their bottom line, while increasing America’s energy security and protecting our environment.

Energy efficiency programs are a key part of the President’s overall plan to mitigate the impacts of a changing climate, while building our renewable energy capacity to support an all-of-the-above approach to America’s energy future.

Under the Obama Administration, USDA has used this program to support more than 7,000 energy efficiency projects. Many of these provided assistance on small and medium-sized farm and ranches, or in rural businesses.

For example, USDA is providing a grant to a producer in Oklahoma who will leverage significant outside investment to install two 100kW wind turbines. A grant in Washington will enable an orchard owner to install a solar hot water washing tank to clean apples for market. And in Wisconsin, REAP will help a producer install an anaerobic digester that will create more than 4.8 million kWh of electricity a year while boosting environmental quality.

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08-15-13 CSU System awards eight projects with venture capital funding…

Posted by Brian Allmer on August 15, 2013

Header - Please enable images in your e-mail programDENVER – The Colorado State University System today announced that eight projects will move forward with funding from the CSU System Venture Capital Fund, a new initiative to support innovation and promote collaboration in higher education.

The CSU System Board of Governors launched the program with $1.5 million in May, and a request for proposals was issued in June. Seventy-three applicants responded to the RFP, with total requests exceeding $19 million. A review committee evaluated the projects and selected the final awardees based on criteria that focused on innovation, collaboration and prospects for financial sustainability. The final eight projects range from nearly $20,000 to $496,465, with a total investment of more than $1.4 million.

“The CSU System is funding an exceptional set of projects that embody an entrepreneurial spirit that we must continue to grow and foster for the future success of our university system,” Chancellor Mike Martin said. “Higher education in Colorado is facing a divestment from the public sector, and the CSU System Venture Capital Fund demonstrates our commitment to doing everything we can to support and develop innovative programs that will help build durable and efficient institutions to stand the test of time.”

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08-08-13 Inside the RMFU with President Kent Peppler…Farm Bill, Immigration Reform, COOL and MORE…

Posted by Brian Allmer on August 8, 2013

Kent Peppler RMFU President

(BARN Media & CoAgNews Network – Briggsdale, CO) August 8th, 2013  – Joining me Inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network for this month’s Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Radioline Report is RMFU President Kent Peppler of Mead, CO, discussing several topics including: the Farm Bill, Immigration Reform, Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) lawsuit, the USDA issuing the 2013 Final Rule on the Renewable Fuels Standard, he 141st CO FFA State Fair and much more…

To listen to the interview with RMFU President Kent Peppler, click the mp3 audio link below…

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To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Farmers Uinion – CLICK HERE

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08-04-13 *USDA Weekly Column* Vilsack: Commonsense Immigration Reform: Pro-Growth and Pro-Agriculture…

Posted by Brian Allmer on August 4, 2013

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LISTEN to an EXCLUSIVE interview with USDA Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack with BARN MEDIA – CLICK HERE

report released this week by the White House economic team shows the benefits of commonsense immigration reform for rural America.

Earlier this year, the U.S. Senate passed a commonsense immigration reform measure in a strongly bipartisan fashion. The Senate plan provides a pathway to earned citizenship for those who are in our country without authorization. They will have to go to the back of the line, pay fines and settle taxes they owe our nation. It would also put in place the toughest border security plan that America has ever seen.

This bill is important for rural America. Our farmers and ranchers are the most productive on earth, but too many are struggling to hire the workers they need. A broken immigration system creates uncertainty for farmers and farm workers alike, threatening our ability to produce and export more in the coming years. The report released by the White House economic team shows that without a stable workforce, America’s record agricultural productivity will decline in coming years.

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07-26-13 *USDA Weekly Column* Vilsack: Breaking the Gridlock and Securing Our Economic Future…

Posted by Brian Allmer on July 26, 2013

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This week, President Obama laid out a vision for America’s economic future.   Since day one, the Obama Administration has been focused on our nation’s economic recovery, and over recent years we’ve seen positive signs of growth.

Businesses have created more than 7 million new jobs over the past 40 months. The housing market is coming back. Led by the tremendous productivity of America’s farmers and ranchers, our nation’s exports are growing.

But we also know that much remains to be done, and there’s no excuse for letting up. The President is squarely focused on building a strong middle class. He is committed to ensuring that every American has the opportunity to secure a good job, a quality education, a dependable place to call home, a secure path to retirement and affordable health care with decent benefits.

Those opportunities are just as important for folks who call rural America home. At USDA, we have laid out a vision to rebuild the rural economy and create a strong middle class in rural America. In recent years we’ve expanded markets for agriculture and rural business, while laying the groundwork for new growth in the coming generation.

With Washington suffering from too much gridlock today, President Obama pledged that he’ll do everything within his executive power to keep making progress. At USDA we’ll continue our own efforts, building on the record results we’ve achieved in recent years.

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07-19-13 *USDA Weekly Column* Vilsack: A New Partnership to Protect Our Water and Strengthen Our Forests…

Posted by Brian Allmer on July 19, 2013

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AUDIO from the announcement @ Horsetooth Reservoir near Ft Collins, CO on July 19th, 2013, courtesy of BARN Media & Colorado Ag News NetworkCLICK HERE

This week, USDA and the Department of Interior announced a new effort – the Western Watershed Enhancement Partnership – to enhance our forests and protect America’s water supply. This is important for anyone who pays a water bill, and it’s important for the future of our environment.

Americans in our cities depend on clean water at the tap, and our farmers and ranchers rely on water to irrigate their crops and sustain livestock. Our public lands are very important in this regard. In fact, our National Forests and interior lands provide water for more than 60 million Americans.

When forests are healthy, they filter rain and snowmelt, regulate runoff and slow soil erosion – delivering clean water at lower cost. But a changing climate threatens a greater risk for severe wildfires that release sediment, debris and ash into streams and rivers. Ultimately, these impacts of wildfire make it tougher to clean the water at treatment plants. Water companies are forced to make expensive repairs to equipment and those costs are passed on to water consumers.

The Western Watershed Enhancement Partnership will bring together the U.S. Forest Service, the Department of Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation, local partners and private water users to restore forest lands in a proactive way. By bringing together land and water managers from across the west, we can increase forest resiliency, improve water quality, and reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfire. This promises healthier forests, and savings for water users.

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07-12-13 *USDA Weekly Column* Vilsack: New Progress Toward a Thriving Biobased Economy…

Posted by Brian Allmer on July 12, 2013

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Across the United States, the potential to use homegrown crops in new ways holds tremendous promise to revitalize the rural economy. Innovators across the country – from small businesses to global companies – are creating amazing new biobased products that we use every day. Everything from cleaning products to packaging materials are now made from crops grown right here at home by America’s farmers.

In recent years, USDA has taken steps to support these efforts through the “BioPreferred” program, designed to help companies market biobased products. Additionally, under President Obama, the Federal government has prioritized these biobased products for procurement and use.

This week, USDA expanded the variety of biobased products that the Federal government will purchase and use. We added new categories – including new cleaners for marine and aviation use, biobased cleaning products, paint removers, motor oil and more. With this expansion, we now recognize 97 separate product categories and more than 10,000 unique types of biobased products.

The Federal government is already using a wide variety of these biobased products. For example, Yellowstone National Park uses biobased lubricants and cleaning products throughout its 2.2 million acres. At the Statue of Liberty, biobased hydraulic oils are used in the elevator system. And multiple U.S. military bases across the nation are using biobased products – everything from bedding, towels and sheets to soaps and cleaners for military equipment.

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06-27-13 Inside the RMFU with President Kent Peppler…Farm Bill, Immigration, CO State Fair and MORE…

Posted by Brian Allmer on June 27, 2013

Kent Peppler RMFU President

(The BARN – Briggsdale, CO) June 27th, 2013  – Joining me Inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network for this month’s Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Radioline Report is RMFU President Kent Peppler of Mead, CO, discussing several topics including: the Farm Bill, SB-252 Increasing the Renewable Energy Mandate in Colorado signed into law by GOV Hickenlooper, the upcoming county & of course the 141st CO FFA State Fair and much more…

To listen to the interview with RMFU President Kent Peppler, click the mp3 audio link below…

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To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Farmers Uinion – CLICK HERE

To learn more about the RMFU’s Renewable Energy Center – CLICK HERE

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05-31-13 *USDA Weekly Column* Vilsack: Helping Families Achieve the Dream of Homeownership…

Posted by Brian Allmer on May 31, 2013

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Throughout the month of June, USDA will celebrate National Homeownership Month with a renewed commitment to providing safe, affordable housing in our small towns and rural communities.

Our theme for this year’s Homeownership Month is “Bringing Rural America Home”.  When families can find a good place to live in rural America, they’ll stay there. They’ll invest in their community and help create new economic growth.

Ultimately, this strengthens rural communities and small towns, helping to boost population and create new opportunity. By providing access to affordable, safe housing, we don’t just help American families – we help make rural communities a great place to call home.

These efforts also create good jobs in the short term and boost the economy. Industry estimates show that the construction of a new home creates economic benefits that support up to three new jobs. The sale of an existing home creates economic benefits as well – contributing nearly $60,000 to the U.S. economy.

Under the Obama Administration, USDA has helped more than 650,000 American families achieve the dream of homeownership.  We have also taken new steps to help families hit especially hard during the recession.  USDA created a new initiative – the Rural Refinance Pilot Program – that has helped more than 5,500 homeowners refinance their mortgage at lower rates. Earlier this year, USDA expanded this initiative from 19 to 34 states in an effort to provide assistance for more families.

USDA’s record work to provide rural housing assistance is just one part of the Obama Administration’s comprehensive plan to revitalize the rural economy.  This month, we will also keep doing all we can to help Congress get a multi-year Food, Farm and Jobs Bill done to support our efforts.  This is important because a wide range of 2008 Farm Bill programs that provide assistance to rural America will expire this September. A long-term, comprehensive Food, Farm and Jobs Bill is critical for USDA’s efforts to create new opportunity in rural areas.

During National Homeownership Month, we’ll take steps to highlight USDA programs that help rural families get a good place to live. And in the long term, we’ll continue our focus on strengthening and revitalizing the rural economy for generations to come.

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05-14-13 Inside the RMFU with President Kent Peppler…Farm Bill, SB-252, CO FFA State Convention and MORE…

Posted by Brian Allmer on May 14, 2013

Kent Peppler RMFU President

(The BARN – Briggsdale, CO) May 14th, 2013  – Joining me Inside the BARN on the Colorado Ag News Network for this month’s Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Radioline Report is RMFU President Kent Peppler of Mead, CO, discussing several topics including: the Farm Bill, SB-252 Increasing the Renewable Energy Mandate in Colorado, rating the CO Legislature and Governor Hickenlooper’s performances, the upcoming 2013 CO FFA State Convention and more…

To listen to the interview with RMFU President Kent Peppler, click the mp3 audio link below…

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To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Farmers Uinion – CLICK HERE

To learn more about the RMFU’s Renewable Energy Center – CLICK HERE

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