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This Week in Agribusiness, June 5, 2021

Summer ag events, spraying tech, the Cattlemen's ball and more are covered this week.

Max talks with Jen Sorenson, President, NPPC, about the upcoming World Pork Expo.

Duwayne Bosse, Bolt Marketing, joins the broadcast to talk about the soybean crush, feed concerns and soybean supplies, drought impact, market strategies, global corn markets, wheat volatility and livestock market turnaround.

Chad Colby offers an update on spraying tech, including a couple new camera systems.

Max talks to Dave Gentry, WDWS Radio, about the upcoming Half Century of Progress Show.

Greg Soulje is in early to look at the latest Drought Monitor.

Max and Harry Knobbe talk about the Cattlemen's Ball in Nebraska, a large fundraiser for charities and local communities.

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

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather outlook.

There's a 1964 John Deere 4020 D in Max's Tractor Shed.

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

The FFA Chapter Tribute goes to Kaitlin Kleiboeker.

Orion talks about upcoming summer events, including county and state fairs, as well as local farmer markets, and makes a plea for vaccinations and rule following, in Samuelson Sez.

Max talks a little more about the Half Century of Progress Show, and is joined by Brian Neukomm, Illini FS – Growmark, to talk about regional crops and the tractor pull at the show.

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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