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This Week in Agribusiness, July 3, 2021

Mike Pearson and Max Armstrong talk about this week’s surprisingly bullish crop report and they talk about celebrating July 4th with agriculture products.

Part 1

Max Armstrong kick off the show talking hot dogs, ice cream and watermelons. Then he discusses aggressive land values with Ray Brownfield of Land Pro. Dale Durchholz of Grain Cycles joins Mike Pearson to talk about this week’s USDA report and what the future might hold.

Part 2

Dale Durchholz of Grain Cycles rejoins Mike to continue their discussion on this week’s USDA report. In the Colby Ag Tech segment Chad is checking in on the latest in application equipment.

Part 3

It’s the ag broadcaster segment, Max talks with Brian Winnekins of WRDN Radio in Durand, Wisconsin and Joe Gill, KASM radio from Albany, Minnesota.

Part 4

Max then turns again to Ray Brownfield talking about the huge values for quality farm land. 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 1970 AllisChalmers 220 owned by Logan Lanoue in Martinton, Ill, purchased from his grandmother after his grandfather passed away. In the FFA Chapter Tribute Max Armstrong chats with Sarah Harper, Georgia FFA Central Region State VP, recently retired. She tells Max what it was like to hold that office during challenging times. In Samuelson Sez, Orion Samuelson is sharing a story about food labeling and it’s sometimes silliness.

Part 7

Max is talking about the Half Century of Progress Show with Tim Hartman of Beck’s Hybrids.


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