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This Week in Agribusiness, March 30, 2019

Market insight, flood recovery, tire tech and a farmer with a non-farming background are featured this week.

Segment 1

Delaney Howell talks to farmers about its impact and how they’ll move forward.

Chris Norberg, BASF Innovation Specialist, shares insight about planting and ground conditions.

Darin Newsom, Darin Newsom Anlaysis, Inc., lends his market knowledge to viewers, and how the flood and planting will impact market action.

Segment 2

Darin Newsom is back in the newsroom talking livestock markets.

Chad Colby shares his ag tech info and the cell phone accessories that are available.

Segment 3

Chad Colby is back to compare tires and tracks on tractors.

Susan Littlefield, farm broadcaster, reports from Nebraska, about hay donations and other flood recovery efforts.

Segment 4

Max visits with Andrew Fansler, Indiana farmer, who didn’t grow up on the farm, about his background and farm operation. Greg Soulje shares the weather outlook for the week.

Segment 5

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather outlook.

Segment 6

What’s in Max’s Tractor Shed? A 1958 Cockshutt D50.

This Week in Agribusiness salutes the Bath County High School FFA in Owingsville, Kentucky.

USDA reports are out and Steve talks about acreage and ending stocks.

Segment 7

Max talks about the Half Century of Progress show, the biggest vintage farm show in America.

Orion Samuelson celebrates his birthday this week.

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