May 10, 2023
Max Armstrong examines the latest disaster count in America. So far, there have been seven weather disasters since the beginning of the year with 97 lives lost and a cost of $19 billion.
Also, an investigation is underway at a Michigan papermill where a fungal disease keeps it closed after sickening many and killing one man. The mill is undergoing a deep cleaning and the hope an answer can be found as to how the fungal disease is spreading.
Plus, a Louisville is mourning after the loss of Denny Crum. He coached college basketball for over 30 years.
And Delbert Shirley says every year is a change and you have to adapt to those changes. Shirley is a farmer who began in 1941 while working for another farmer. He resides near Washburn, Illinois and says planning and luck has helped him to make it to be 99-year-old.
Max Armstrong's Farm Progress America is a daily look at key issues in agriculture. It is produced and presented by Max Armstrong, veteran farm broadcaster and host of This Week in Agribusiness.
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