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MORNING-MIdwestDigest-04-05-18

Max Armstrong talks about China's proposed soybean tariff. (audio)

hese mornings after Daylight Savings Day time change can be quite dangerous with sun blocking your view for a time. School bus and pickup truck collided around 8 a.m. Angle of sun may have been factor.

Big city reporters wanted local reaction to news China would slap tariff on U.S. soybeans. ASA president says 25% tariff on U.S. soybeans into China will have devastating impact on every soybean farmer in U.S.

When a truck loses its load, there can be all sorts of ramifications. In Battle Creek, Michigan, 1,200 gallons of raw sewage spilled out yesterday. This reminds me of cool spring morning when my truck started fishtailing in something. It was from rendering truck. Max Armstrong learned you don’t want to drive through it.

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