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This Week in Agribusiness, May 25, 2019

Video-This Week in Agribusiness, May 25, 2019

Prevent plant is a hot topic this week, along with tech ideas and insight and the sharing of farm flags.

Part 1

Greg Soulje is in early to share a forecast, as farmers share concern about prevented planting.

Chad Colby was on site for the 2019 Farm Progress Show, where they were able to get some crops planted.

Bryce Knorr, Farm Futures market analyst, shares his marketing insight and outlook. From trade and tariffs to pork production, and prevent plant.

Part 2

Bryce Knorr is back in studio talking with Max and Orion about planting progress and other marketing factors.

Chad Colby talks with with Matt Foes, Illinois farmer agronomist, about what his cropping plans are morphing into, using drones and the computer to be as efficient as possible.

Jamie Johansen visits a farm to table restaurant.

Part 3

Lorrie Boyer, KSIR Radio, joins Max and Orion to talk about what’s happening in ag in Fort Morgan, Colorado.

When people look at old farm tractors, they enjoy the appearance and working on them, and some love the sound. Mark Becker, Illinois, talks about his old Oliver tractor.

Part 4

Steve Bridge was at the Alltech Ideas Conference and shares what he learned while there.

Greg Soulje is in to talk weather; wet weather.

Part 5

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather forecast.

Part 6

A 1954 Farmall Super M is in Max’s Tractor Shed this week. It’s owned by Henry Rexing, Ft. Branch, Ind.

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Wasatch FFA in Heber City, Utah.

Orion talks about the dangers of farming in Samuelson Sez.

Part 7

Max put out a call for sharing farm flags, and many farmers responded.

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