January 4, 2020
It's the best of This Week in Agribusiness.
Jamie Johansen reports from Louisiana on the art of crawfishing.
Max went to O'Hare International Airport to talk with Customs and Border Protection.
Delaney Howell reports on farm transition and succession planning.
The Modesto-Gregori FFA chapter is saluted this week.
Jamie Johansen reports from central Minnesota, and the NCGA's 2019 Good Steward recipient.
Max encourages the use of social media.
Max reports from the Case IH tractor plant on how those machines are manufactured, as well as the combine manufacturing plant.
Max talked on-farm with Andrew Fansler, St. Paul, Ind., about the challenges of farming, particularly near an urban area.
Bill Jansen attended the Half Century of Progress Show, and talks about his steam engines.
Chad Colby shares an autonomous planting experience. He also talks about the strides being made in UAVs/drones and their use in ag.
Colby also talks about the need to keep phones and devices updated and upgraded.
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