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Saddle up and ride with Trent as he ventures cross-country and around the globe to share the amazing stories of people who bring good things to the world we live in. Meet producers, entrepreneurs, future leaders, dedicated Americans serving our great country and the people who just quietly make a difference.

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Rural Route Radio for Dec 1, 2017

Today on Rural Route Radio with Elsabe Hausauer we learn that for the past 30 years South Africa has been taking private property from lawful citizens, God was removed from schools and multi-culturalism was demanded. As a result there have been 2,863 farm attacks and 1,592 farm murders since 1990, and independent think-tanks put the true number of farmers murdered at closer to 3,000. Numbers according to The Telegraph

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Special Edition Loos Tales for
Sept 22, 2017

September is World Alzheimer Awareness month and on this broadcast I read the letter written by Ronald Reagan Nov 5, 1994 informing the world that he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease.

It is significant on this day in the Loos family because 74 years ago today my father Larry Loos was born. Today he is living in The Arbors Alzheimer's Caregivers Home in Quincy, IL. Dedicated to Larry and Leona Loos.

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JAPAN TRADE MISSION

Trent Loos recently joined Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts on a trade mission to Japan. The Governor’s international trade mission took place September 10-16, 2017. 

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Establishing relationships with trade partners essential for economic growth
Rancher Trent Loos traveled to Japan with Governor Pete Ricketts. Loos says it's important for our trade partners to learn how we care for our livestock.
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Cowboy logic from Nebraska pasture playing the numbers
Well I was gathering cows on Saturday and this just hit me. We need politicians around the globe with a little more cowboy logic
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Oh, I found one other great gap in Japan. MILK is really hard to find.
Finally today at the local 7/11 I found whole milk.

Loos Tales for Sept 12, 2017 Naoki Ito talking trade with Midwest U.S. from Japan
Japan is the 4th largest U.S. trading partner and yet I clearly now see the potential for huge increases. Today on Loos Tales Naoki Ito the Consulate General to Midwest shares his vision as well.
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PRESS RELEASE: Gov. Ricketts Announces Second International Trade Mission to Japan

LISTEN to Trent and the Governor discuss the upcoming trip on last week's Loos Tales

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