This Week in Agribusiness, November 18, 2017

Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong learn about at the Agritechnica show in Hanover, Germany with a report by Chad Colby.

Part 1

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Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong learn about the Agritechnica show in Hanover, Germany with a report from Chad Colby.  They also check in on harvest progress with Dale Durchholz from Agrivisor.

Part 2

Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong continue their talk with Dale Durchholz as they take a look at international markets. Agricultural Meteorologist Greg Soulje looks at weather for the Western United States. The Best of the Farm Progress Show rolls on this week, with a look at Hardi sprayers with company president, Wayne Buchberger.

Part 3

Orion Samuelson talks with Tim Andriesen of the CME Group about the global reach of their market products and the Kansas City Board of Trade, which they own. Orion then continues with a conversation with Kellie Einck, named an FFA Star in Agricultural Placement, about her future in ag machinery. Max Armstrong touts his tweets of the week.

Part 4

Max Armstrong looks at Bayer’s support of 4-H with the company’s vice president for communications, Darren Wallis. Agricultural Meteorologist Greg Soulje looks at weather for the Eastern United States. In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1950 Farmall A, owned by Al Jones in Richlands, North Carolina.

Part 5

Max Armstrong and Orion Samuelson chat with farm broadcaster Dave Gentry of WDWS Radio in Champaign, Illinois, touching on harvest, the Farm Bill, rental rates and more.

Part 6

Orion Samuelson profiles Weston FFA, Cazenovia, Wisconsin, chartered in 1952 and has 70 members. Member Kadee Lawrence tells us about their sheep program. In Samuelson Sez, Orion Samuelson is “Giving Thanks” this week for all the many things he appreciates. Greg Soulje offers his look at the weather for the week ahead.

Part 7

Russell Nemetz visits Flying Diamond Ranch in eastern Colorado where the Johnson family has been ranching for 110 years.

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