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This Week in Agribusiness, July 30, 2022

Farm Progress Show highlights, the wheat market, and a soy-based asphalt are featured this week.

Max and Mike kick off the broadcast with Matt Jungmann, Farm Progress, to talk about the upcoming Farm Progress Show.

Michael Reginelli, Advance Trading, joins Mike to share insight into the wheat crop and market, including Ukraine concerns; dollar value and interest rates; corn demand and exports; ethanol stocks and production; soybean market volatility.

In the ag tech segment, Chad Colby talks about drone software.

Max visits with Dave Schumacher, broadcaster at KTRS radio in St. Louis, about crop conditions and ag in his area, including some flooding, local county fairs and land values.

Mike Jungmann is back, talking about autonomous equipment, as well as other equipment and inventions to see and a concert at the Farm Progress Show next month.

Greg Soulje is in with a weather forecast for the week.

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather outlook.

There's a 1974 Minneapolis-Moline G 1355 in Max's Tractor Shed.

Mark Stock shares what's coming across the block at Big Iron Auctions.

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Rickalyn Rayburn, former Kentucky state officer.

Robb Eowldt, president of Iowa Soybean Association, joins the show to talk about some soy-based asphalt that's going down at the Farm Progress Show site for the event next month.

 

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 FarmProgress.com

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