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This Week in Agribusiness, Sept. 26, 2020

Fall harvest, farm safety, drone use and farmer tweets and powerful partnerships are highlighted this week.

Part 1

Max visits with Dustin Hoffman, Iowa Agribusiness Radio Network, about the Iowa harvest after the derecho storm.

Duwayne Bosse, Bolt Marketing, joins Mike virtually to talk about markets, including the impact of a pre-harvest rally, yield reports, exports and more.

Part 2

Duwayne Bosse is back with more marketing insight, including price targets, wheat market, dollar strength and sale triggers.

Mike recaps the hog and pig inventory report from USDA.

Chad Colby offers tips on drone usage, options and more.

Part 3

Max digs into #AgTwitter to find a "tweet of the week" to share: Big Bud made a return to Montana, and a prayer for farm families.

Mike talks about farm safety as National Farm Safety Week comes to a close.

Part 4

In the Plan Smart, Grow Smart segment, Max explores the power of partnerships with Bob Wieland, farmer, Laura, Ill.

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

Part 5

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather outlook, as well as a glimpse at autumn and winter expectations.

Part 6

There's a 1957 Minneapolis Moline 5 Star in Max's Tractor Shed.

Mark Stock shares what's coming across the auction block soon for Big Iron Auctions.

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Grayville FFA, Grayville, Ill.

Orion talks about farm safety and a combine fire in North Dakota, and neighbors helping neighbors, in Samuelson Sez.

Part 7

Max honors Orion Samuelson's career, after announcing he'll be stepping down after 60 years on the air.

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