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This Week in Agribusiness, Feb. 22, 2020

The Ag Outlook Forum, Grain Bin Safety week and a farming and racing connection are hot topics this week.

Part 1

Patrick Haggerty reports from the USDA Ag Outlook Forum, where Robert Johannson, USDA chief economist, shared a price outlook for commodities, among other things.

Greg Grow, Archer Financial Services, joins Max and Orion on the desk to talk about the planting season and South America.

Part 2

Greg Grow is back, sharing more market insight, including outbreaks from China.

Chad Colby joins the desk to share tillage tech he found at National Farm Machinery Show, as well as machine transport size.

Part 3

Max talks with Brad Liggett, president, Nationwide Agribusiness, about grain bin safety.

Kristi Noem, governor, South Dakota, spoke with USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue about her experience losing a family member to a grain bin accident.

Part 4

Al Gustin reports from South Dakota about the wool harvest.

Greg Soulje joins the broadcast to share his weather forecast for the week ahead.

Part 5

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather outlook.

Part 6

There's a 1956 Ford 960 in Max's Tractor Shed this week.

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Maccray FFA in Clara City, Minn.

In Samuelson Sez, Orion wants to know what's been discussed the most at your rural coffee shop this winter, and shares his weather concerns.

Part 7

Chad Colby visited with Clint Bowyer, NASCAR driver, about the connection between farming and racing. Clint also shared his farming experiences.

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