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This Week in Agribusiness, January 16, 2021

Video-This Week in Agribusiness, January 16, 2021

Max Armstrong and Mike Pearson look at this week’s USDA report that sent markets surging plus a chat with the USDA’s outgoing undersecretary Bill Northey.

Part 1

Mike Pearson kicks off the show with a headline about the USDA report from this week. Then, in the Colby Ag Tech segment Chad is checking out a new cleaning product for your farm equipment. Darin Newsom of Darin Newsom Analysis joins Mike next to talk about the USDA report this week and how it affected the corn market and what’s ahead for the market and reports.

Part 2

Darin Newsom of Darin Newsom Analysis rejoins Mike to dig in on soybeans where demand is up and stocks are down. Newsom has some strong opinions on the strength of the market.

Part 3

Max sits down with Bill Northey to take a look back at the Trump administration with an insider’s perspective.

Part 4

Mike introduces a report from Max Armstrong on the work women are doing in the AFBF with Isabella Chism, Women’s Leadership Chair. Then we look at the Brock grain systems from Next, Agricultural Meteorologist Greg Soulje has the weather for the week ahead.

Part 5

Agricultural Meteorologist Greg Soulje returns to take a look at the long-range weather picture.

Part 6

In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1938 Farmall F-14, owned by Drew Gordon or Kinston, North Carolina. A real family story of getting the tractor, losing it, and getting it back. In the FFA Chapter Tribute segment Mike Pearson meets Margaret Vaessen the Illinois state reporter about what that role involves.  

Part 7

Mike Pearson introduces the American Farm Bureau Federation Farm Dog of the Year, Bindi.

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