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This Week in Agribusiness, Nov. 23, 2019

Video-This Week in Agribusiness, Nov. 23, 2019

Propane is a hot topic this week, along with 15-inch corn, collectible tractors and challenges farmers have faced this year.

Part 1

Mike Pearson is at the desk with Max this week.

Patrick Haggerty reports from Washington with Rep. Collin Peterson (D-MN), House Ag Committee chairman, about weather and propane.

Amy Bradford, Growmark Inc., speaks with Max about propane supplies.

Clayton Pope, Clayton Pope Commodities, joins Max and Mike to talk about markets, including basis and trade.

Part 2

Clayton Pope is back at the desk, sharing market intel.

Chad Colby talks with Jacob Wade, an Illinois farmer, about 15-inch corn.

Part 3

Max shares an interview with farmer Bill Burnham, about his M&W collecting, and an interview with Dan Hanson, a Minneapolis Moline collector.

Part 4

Orion visits with Keith Tapp, chairman, United Soybean Board, about the challenges, and opportunities, soybean farmers faced this year.

Greg Soulje joins the broadcast with a weather forecast.

Part 5

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather outlook.

Part 6

There are auger tractors in Max's Tractor Shed this week.

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to West Marshall FFA, State Center, Iowa.

Orion gives thanks to the farmers, and those involved in food an energy production, for their hard work, particularly this year, in Samuelson Sez this week.

Part 7

In the Best of Farm Progress Show, Max talks with Jennifer Furkin, Springfield Plastics, about field tile.

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