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MIDDAY-Midwest Digest, November 29, 2019

Max Armstrong talks storms, a tattoo artist with an interesting sideline, upcoming winter meetings and things you can't take on an airplane

Max Armstrong wraps up the week with news of the big storm headed to the Northern Plains, which will bring snow to a wide region. A Missouri tattoo artist, Justin Fleetwood, started covering racist tattoos at no charge, which is keeping him very busy. From This Week in Agribusiness, there will be a wide number of meetings starting in December, and Max will be attending many of those including the Farm Futures Business Summit. And Max warns of the items you can't take on a plane in your carry on luggage, including such things as tools, and homemade jam.

Midwest Digest is a twice-daily audio feature produced by Max Armstrong, offering news and commentary from across the Midwest.

And don’t miss Farm Progress America, which runs every day online.

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