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This Week in Agribusiness, Feb. 29, 2020

We're at Commodity Classic this week, talking with commodity leaders, getting coronavirus insight, learning about conservation and more.

Part 1

Max joins us from Commodity Classic in San Antonio, where he spoke with Kevin Ross, president, National Corn Growers Association, about his thoughts on the corn industry going forward.

Max also spoke with Bill Gordon, president, American Soybean Association, about the organization's outlook for 2020 and the soybean industry.

Part 2

Mike Pearson is also in San Antonio and spoke with Ted Seifred, Zaner Ag Hedge, about the impact of coronavirus, corn and soybean market outlook, planting intentions and the wheat market.

Chad Colby visits with Robert Saik, Dot Technology Corporation, about autonomous farm equipment and farmer reactions.

Part 3

Max spoke with Matt Lohr, chief, Natural Resources Conservation Service, about his connection with farmers and what the NRCS does for farmers.

Part 4

In the Plan Smart, Grow Smart series, Max visited with Corey Atley, Ohio farmer, and BASF innovation specialist Matt Cook, about fungicide trials and his farm operation.

Greg Soulje is in studio for the weather forecast.

Part 5

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather outlook.

Part 6

There's a Farmall M in Max's Tractor Shed this week.

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Verona FFA in Missouri.

Time and financial limits for campaigns? That's what's on Orion's mind in Samuelson Sez.

Part 7

Max spoke with Bob Bowman, Commodity Classic co-chair, about the trade show and education at the show.

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