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This Week in Agribusiness July 9, 2022


Half 1

Mike Pearson is on the desk this week whereas Max Armstrong studies from the sector speaking with famers . Max talks with Mike Pearson talks markets with Duwayne Bosse of Bolt Advertising to speak in regards to the wheat market and a flip to climate for an even bigger image of crops. Then check out how funds are taking a look at commodities.

Half 2

Duwayne Bosse of Bolt Advertising rejoins Mike to check out soybean volatility Subsequent they take a look at subsequent week’s WASDE report, the ethanol market and livestock. Within the Colby Ag Tech phase Chad Colby is preparing for Farm Exhibits and he’s chatting with Max Armstrong about vintage reveals and a take a look at the Farm Progress Present arising August 30 – Sept. 1 in Boone, Iowa this yr. Subsequent Mike talks with Anuvia Plant Vitamins’ Hugh MacGillivray in regards to the new firm’s product line.

Half 3

Max interviews Belgian farmers Hendrik Kerkhof and Anita Haesen a married couple visiting the U.S. to go to with farmers. The couple visits the U.S. recurrently and so they focus on the variations between agriculture in Belgium and within the U.S. In addition they focus on the scenario in Netherlands.

Half 4

Subsequent up Max talks with Tracy Willits, V.P at Pivot Bio about their new short-run tv present on RFDTV that Max will host. They may cowl new expertise from a start-up perspective, you may be taught extra at farmnext.com. Farm Subsequent shall be proven at 7 pm central, Monday, on RFD TV and also will be obtainable on this web site, farmprogress.com. Agricultural Meteorologist Greg Soulje joins the present with the weekly climate forecast.

Half 5

Agricultural Meteorologist Greg Soulje returns to check out the long-range climate image.

Half 6

In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a crimson, white and blue 1976 J.I. Case 1570, particular U.S. Bicentennial version tractor owned by Aaron Hyneman of Oakland Metropolis, Indiana. Within the FFA Chapter Tribute Mike talks with Religion Galavich, whose time period because the Ohio FFA State Sentinel simply ended and she or he’s reflecting on all she’s discovered and seen. She joined FFA as a result of her sister Sarah’s expertise within the group that led this non-farming household to have a beef and goat farm.

Half 7

Mike return to introduce a phase from Al Gustin who interviews Miss Agriculture USA Maci Wehri whose platform is security. She describes what goes into turning into Miss Agriculture USA.

 

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