America’s largest milk producer, Dean Foods, files for bankruptcy as the dairy industry undergoes massive changes. Our Bill Griffeth explains.

Joining us on the show is Rick Barrett, reporter from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, who has done extensive coverage on the decline of the dairy industry in the state of Wisconsin.

Dean Foods on Tuesday announced that it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Frank Holland reports why a new harvest in Kentucky is getting Wall Street’s attention.

Major industrial companies will be reporting earnings this week which is seen as the barometer of the U.S. economy. Seema Mody has more us.

U.S. and China’s “substantial” deal is already looking hazy, especially regarding China’s promise to hike its purchase of agricultural products, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.

Seema Mody reports on how Caterpillar is greatly impacted by the U.S. – China trade war.

Frank Holland is in the nation’s heartland at East Moline, Illinois and reports how farmers have been hit hard with both severe weather and continue trade wars which is now impacting the demand of agriculture equipment.

Willem Marx reports from Italy where the latest U.S. tariff threats on the European Union might impact Italian food products consumed my many American such as Italian cheeses.

Willem Marx reports from Brussels with Europe’s response from the latest tariffs the U.S. imposed on the European Union.

The United States will be imposing tariffs on imports from the European Union. Kayla Tausche explains why.

The U.S. will impose tariffs on European Union goods following a victory at the World Trade Organization, according to senior officials from the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.

California’s established vineyards are in a battle with marijuana farmers and both say weed and wine do not mix. Jane Wells reports.

President Donald Trump was clearly surprised Monday — and asked “why?” — when Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said U.S. officials asked members of China’s trade delegation to cancel a scheduled farm tour in the United States last week.

Chinese trade negotiators had a sudden change of plans Friday, canceling a visit to meet U.S. farmers after they wrapped up trade talks in Washington this week.