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This Week in Agribusiness, June 8, 2019

Disaster relief, planting progress and autonomous tractors are among the topics covered this week.

Part 1

Max and Orion speak with John Newton, AFBF, about the disaster relief package approved this past week.

Richard Brock, Brock Associates, shares his marketing insight and outlook.

Part 2

Richard Brock is back to talk about pricing opportunities.

Chad Colby wonders what the next big thing in ag tech will be, like autonomous systems.

Scholarships are available for students who are going to school, says Tom Brand, NAFB.

Part 3

Bob Bosold, WAXX Radio, talks about Dairy Month and the local dairy economy.

Jamie Johansen introduces us to a first-generation dairy farmer, Todd Fischer.

Part 4

Max hears from several people about planting progress around the country, including: Dale Ninyo, Ohio Ag Net; Rob Winters, WOWO Radio, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Steve Bridge, WFMB Radio, Springfield, Ill.; Duane Murley, KWMT Radio, Fort Dodge, Iowa; Lynn Ketelsen, Linder Farm Netowrk, Owatonna, Minn.; Greg Akagi, Kansas Agriculture Network, Topeka, Kan.

Greg Soulje is in with a weather forecast.

Part 5

Greg Soulje offers an extended weather forecast.

Part 6

Max has a 1959 John Deere 420 LP in his tractor shed this week, owned by a Tennessee couple.

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Garretson FFA, Garretson, South Dakota.

Orion shares his R.E.A. thoughts and opinions during Samuelson Sez.

Part 7

Chad Colby has been in the air across the Midwest, and talks about the river conditions right now.

Max visits with border patrol and transportation security folks about food security.

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