This Week in Agribusiness, February 17, 2024

Highlights from The National Farm Machinery Show, farm building planning tips, markets, and more featured this week.

February 17, 2024

46 Min View

Mike Pearson and Max Armstrong are joined by Marshall Coyle, Kentucky State Fair Board, at The National Farm Machinery show in Louisville, Kentucky.

Dennis Lee, Morton Buildings joins Mike to share planning tips when looking at the farm building needs.

Mike is joined by Matt Oberlies, Farm Credit Mid-America to discuss markets.

Kurt Coffey, V.P., Case IH North America joins Max to discuss technology and benefits of the new combine.

Greg Soulje takes a look at this week’s weather forecast.

Max talks with Phil Kreig, Agronomist, Syngenta about a new corn herbicide offered to help farmers with weed resistance.

Mike joins Jeff Cruzen, Product Specialist, AGI, to share the top topics discussed during the technology panel and the new products offered at AGI.

Heather Buechter, Clean Fuels Alliance America talks with Mike about some of the takeaways from the Clean Fuels Conference and the upcoming offerings at the Commodity Classic.

Greg Soulje returns with a look at the extended weather outlook.

In the Farm Progress roundup segment, Mike chats with Matt Jungmann, National Events Director, Farm Progress about the upcoming farm shows.

In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max shows off a 1949 J.I. Case D owned by Greg Grube in Baltimore, Ohio.

Mark Stock shares the lineup from BigIron Auctions.

This week the FFA Tribute goes to Sophie Scheller, North Posey FFA, Poseyville, Indiana.

In the Colby Ag Tech segment, Chad showcases the new technology displayed at The National Farm Machinery Show.

Max is joined by Leo Bose, Harvesting Marketing Lead, Case IH to dive into more details offered on the new combine.

This Week in Agribusiness features market news, ag technology, weather and farm management and equipment information and opinions. This leading ag news program airs weekly on RFD-TV, and can be found each week on

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