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This Week in Agribusiness, Nov. 2, 2019

Market outlooks, new equipment, cattle nutrition and more are covered this week.

Part 1

Mike Pearson shares the desk with Max this week.

Greg Soulje is in early for a quick peek at the weather forecast.

Naomi Blohm, Total Farm Marketing by Stewart-Peterson, shares crop price and marketing insight.

Part 2

Naomi Blohm is back talking more about futures contract, including livestock markets.

Chad Colby shares new tractors in his ag tech segment, including the new four-track from John Deere.

Rye Degarmo, Great Plains Manufacturing, is in studio to talk about their new products.

Max encourages Harvest Heroes nominations.

Part 3

Max talks with John Culp, Kent Nutrition Group, about dairy cattle nutrition.

Dave Gentry reports from the Half Century of Progress Show, and talked with Bill Jansen, a steam tractor owner.

Part 4

Harry Siemens, Siemenssays.com, Winkler Manitoba, Canada, joins Max and Mike talking growing season and harvest challenges, as well as cattle production.

Greg Soulje joins the broadcast to talk about the weather forecast.

Part 5

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather outlook.

Part 6

There’s a 1971 John Deere “Kinze” 4020 in Max’s Tractor Shed.

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Newburg FFA, Newburg, Missouri.

Orion shares his biggest challenge in ag in the Samuelson Sez segment.

Part 7

It’s the best of the Farm Progress Show, and Todd Sears, Intellifarms, talks about how the company develops and provides meaningful technology.

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