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This Week in Agribusiness, Nov. 25, 2023

Ag financing options, harvest in Indiana, a Farmall calendar, fungicide performance and the capitol Christmas tree are featured this week.

November 25, 2023

46 Min View

Mike talks to Michael Meil, area manager, Ag Resource Management, about alternative ag loans and financing, and how the company is working with beginning farmers to help them with not only financing, but crop insurance.

In the cab, Rod Crum, Perrysville, Ind., talks about his farm, Sycamore Farms, how their farm is handling SCN, planting early soybeans, as well as yield and weather this year.

Darin Newsom, senior market analyst, Barchart, joins Mike to talk markets, including: soybean market bounces, supplies, impact of the Argentinian market, locking in 2024 production, current corn market, corn exports, cattle volatility, money in metals and more.

In the ag tech segment, Chad Colby talks about new Milwaukee products, including a new battery charger that charges current batteries faster, as well as the new Forge line of batteries.

Lee Klancher, Octane Press, joins Max at the desk to talk about the 2024 Farmall calendar and some of the tractors featured in the calendar.

In the Plan Smart, Grow Smart segment, Max talks to Ruhiyyih Dyrdahl-Young, corn fungicide product manager, BASF, about the BASF fungicide products, trends, farmer experiences,

Greg Soulje is in with a weather forecast for the week, and an extended weather outlook.

There’s a 1966 Minneapolis M670 in Max's Tractor Shed this week.

Mark Stock shares the lineup for BigIron Auctions.

The FFA tribute this week goes to Garrett Case, Oklahoma FFA NE area vice president.

Patrick Haggerty reports from Washington D.C., about the capitol Christmas tree, a long-honored tradition. The Norway Spruce is from West Virginia this year, and stands 63 feet tall.

This Week in Agribusiness features market news, ag technology, weather and farms, weekly on RFD-TV, and can be found each week on FarmProgress.com

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