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This Week in Agribusiness, March 2, 2019

From the studio to Commodity Classic, Max and hosts talk with experts about marketing, ag law, conservation and more.

Segment 1

Max is in Orlando for Commodity Classic. He chats with Lynn Chrisp about what the corn growers are feeling.

Orion Samuelson and Steve Bridge are in-studio talking markets with Rich Nelson, Allendale, Inc., including pork production, and how planting will impact markets ahead.

Segment 2

Rich Nelson is back, and offers his outlook on livestock marketing and planting intentions.

Chad Colby shares options for thermal technology and imagery, and what he found at CES.

Orion chats with another National Outstanding Young Farmer winner, Ben and Kate Sowers of Maryland.

Segment 3

Max visits with Harrison Pittman, director of the National Ag Law Center.

Matt Lohr, new chief of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, sat down with Max at Commodity Classic to talk about the new farm bill and its impact on conservation.

Segment 4

USSEC CEO, Jim Sutter, offers his insight into the trade war and soybean marketing strategies. Derek Haigwood, chairman of USSEC, also shares concerns and thoughts from a farmer perspective on the trade war and marketing.

Greg Soulje gives the weather outlook.

Segment 5

Greg Soulje is back with an extended weather outlook.

Segment 6

What’s in Max’s Tractor Shed? A 1939 Farmall F-20 that lives in Minnesota.

We salute the Brillion FFA Chapter in Brillion, Wis. The chapter focuses on serving the community.

Orion is looking for commentary from listeners in Samuelson Sez. Email your thoughts to orion@agbizweek.com. However, hold off on sharing religious or political thoughts, he says.

Segment 7

Meet the newest Good Stewardship award winners, the Schlichtings from Rice, Minn.

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