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This Week in Agribusiness, June 26, 2021

Foreign market impact, USDA reports, grain rescue equipment, crop protection opportunities and transportation infrastructure are featured topics this week.

Mike starts the broadcast with an interview with Gregg Doud, former ag trade negotiator, from the Farm Futures Business Summit, about China's impact on agriculture, as well as infrastructure.

Karl Setzer, Agrivisor, talks with Mike about markets, including, cash corn, supply and demand, ethanol, soybean oil, new-crop soybean prices, cattle optimism.

This week, Chad Colby talks with Jacob Wade, McLean, Ill., about what he's using on the sprayer, including fertilizer, narrow rows and more.

Max caught up with Jason Berkland, Nationwide, to talk about the grain rescue tube program.

Mike shares USDA report perspective from Bill Biedermann, agmarket.net, ahead of the acreage report drop next week.

Greg Soulje is in with a weather forecast for the week.

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather outlook.

There's a 1959 Farmall 560 LP in Max's Tractor Shed.

Mark Stock shares what's coming across the block at Big Iron Auctions.

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Kaitlyn Higgins, Michigan FFA Region II vice president.

Orion talks about agritourism events in Samuelson Sez.

Mike Steekhoek, Soy Transportation Coalition, talks about transportation infrastructure, including railroad mergers and acquisitions.

 

This Week in Agribusiness features market news, ag technology, weather and farm management and equipment information and opinions. This leading ag news program airs weekly on RFD-TV, and can be found each week on FarmProgress.com

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