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This Week in Agribusiness, June 6, 2020

Hear about ag optimism, sidedress tech, technology for animal ag and more this week.

Part 1

Max shares some U.S. ag optimism in a chat with Darren Armstrong, U.S. Grains Council, about China. He also talks with Polly Ruhland, United Soybean Board about use of soy in asphalt.

Mike Pearson is at the desk, joined by Tommy Grisafi, Advance Trading, to talk about planting and markets.

Part 2

Tommy Grisafi is back, sharing insight into corn prices, wheat production and livestock markets.

Learn about sidedress toolbars from Chad Colby.

Part 3

Chad Colby talks with a Matt Foes, Sheffield, Ill., grower, about the use of technology, and its impact on yields and the farm.

Part 4

Max spoke with David Kitner, Killam Duval Country Ranch, Jillian Schmiedt, Corteva Agriscience, and Charlie Hart, Corteva Agriscience, about technology for animal agriculture.

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

Part 5

Greg Soulje offers an extended weather outlook.

Part 6

There's a 1977 Ford 9700 in Max's Tractor Shed this week, owned by Riley Hanson, Mindoro, Wis.

Mark Stock shares the lineup for Big Iron Auctions.

The weekly FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Stoughton FFA in Wisconsin.

Orion offers commentary about the job outlook for 2020 graduates, particularly ag jobs, in Samuelson Sez.

Part 7

Judd O'Connor, Corteva Agriscience, joins Max to talk about the new things happening for Corteva Agriscience, and business challenges.

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