Weather extremes are in the forefront this week! Al Guston, reports from North Dakota drought conditions. Many North Dakota ranchers selling cattle due to drought conditions and lack of water in pastures. Small grains are also suffering from the severe drought in the state.
Tommy Grisafi, Advance Trading joins Mike Pearson to talk markets. Some North Dakota rains have helped the beans and corn but wheat has suffered the most from high temps and winds. Tips for the marketing approach after the 4th of July threshold.
Chad Colby’s Tech segment highlights the upcoming Farm Progress Show and what to expect this year.
John Hoffman, University of Minnesota, joins Max Armstrong to talk more about cyber security. All agriculture can be vulnerable to cyber attacks and John gives tips to help protect you from those attacks.
Farm machinery is on the road and Linda Loveland, NC Farm Bureau reports from a couple of farmers that have survived horrific accidents with other vehicles. Jimmy Cowan, NC Farm Bureau recounts the crash that nearly took his life. Ricky Betts, Harnett County, North Carolina shares the dangers for farmers when traveling from field to field on roadways.
Greg Soulje is in to share the weekly weather forecast.
Max's Tractor Shed spotlights a restored 1940 Farmall M, called “Gramps”, owned by Bill Burnham from Morris, Illinois.
Mark Stock shares what's coming up on the auction block for Big Iron Auctions.
Mike Pearson continues to salute the FFA programs across the country and this week talks with Missouri FFA State First VP, Abigail Miller. Abigail shares her path to FFA and what she is looking forward to in the year ahead as an officer. Connecting with members and sharing the future of agriculture.
Orion shares foreign trade comments from Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack in this week’s Samuelson Sez.
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