This Week in Agribusiness, July 2, 2022This Week in Agribusiness, July 2, 2022
Carbon sequestration, welding technology, Farm Progress Show updates and more.
July 2, 2022
Chris Harbourt, Chief Strategy Officer, Indigo Ag., joins Mike Pearson to talk more about the announcement of carbon credits sold into agriculture. Chris shares what this announcement signifies for agriculture and the process of the program. Chris talks more about the prices of carbon credits and the next steps for the growers of the program.
Max Armstrong visits Ron Fisher’s honeybee hives and shares interesting stats about beekeeping in the U.S.
Mike talks markets with Dan Hueber, The Hueber Report. Dan shares more in detail on the acreage report, grain estimates, export sales, and more.
This week in Colby Ag Tech, Chad Colby spotlights welding technology. New welding helmets with ventilation and new technology.
Joe Gill, KASM Radio – Albany, Minnesota, joins Max to talk about the local agriculture update to include June weather update, dairy update and more.
Matt Jungmann, Manager, Farm Progress Show, shares what’s to come for the 2022 show and updates on the crop.
Greg Soulje gives his weather forecast for week ahead and what to expect in the upcoming forecast.
Max’s Tractor Shed spotlights a 1952 and 1938 John Deere G owned by Jeff Lanoue, Martinton, Illinois.
Mark Stock shares this week’s report from BigIron Auctions.
This week the FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Jaya Nelson, Nebraska State FFA Vice President.
Evan Eagen, Farmer Veteran Coalition talks with Max about the purpose behind the programs and how they help veterans return to agriculture.
Max shares what is to come on the upcoming show, Farm Next.
This Week in Agribusiness features market news, ag technology, weather and farm management and equipment information and opinions. This leading ag news program airs weekly on RFD-TV, and can be found each week on FarmProgress.com.
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