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This Week in Agribusiness, July 18, 2020

This week we talk about the Farm Progress virtual experience, markets, world's biggest ag tractor, the timber industry and more.

Part 1

Matt Jungmann, manager, Farm Progress Show, joins Max to talk about the virtual Farm Progress Show.

Jerry Gulke, The Gulke Group, joins Mike Pearson to talk market insight, including weather influence, price adjustments and more.

Part 2

Jerry Gulke is back, talking more about markets, including soybean demand and prices and wheat.

Chad Colby shares a special project: the world's largest ag tractor, Big Bud. Scott Sloan, ag product manager, Global LSW, talks about the project and tire technology.

Part 3

Jamie Johansen reports on the timber industry from Missouri, and what happens to logs once harvested.

Part 4

Tom Cassidy, Ag Radio Network, joins Mike to talk about a lumber shortage in the timber industry during the COVID-19 crisis.

Greg Soulje is in to share is weekly weather forecast.

Part 5

Greg is back with an extended weather outlook.

Part 6

In Max's Tractor Shed, he talks about the passing of Bill Borghoff and his 1965 Farmall 806 Diesel.

Mark Stock shares what's coming up on the auction block for Big Iron Auctions.

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Fowlerville FFA, Fowlerville, MI.

In place of Samuelson Sez, Max talks about Owen Newlin, a longtime U.S. seed industry executive who passed away this week, and his impact on the ag industry.

Part 7

Max shares the interview Chad Colby had with Jerry Mez, owner, Farmall Land, about his Farmall tractor collection in Iowa.

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