USFR Weekly Recap - August 9-10, 2014, 2014

August 9, 2014 03:30 AM
 

 

TODAY ON USFR
AUGUST 9-10, 2014
 
HEADLINES:
U.S. FARM REPORT BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE ALL NEW CHEVY SILVERADO. 2014 NORTH AMERICAN TRUCK OF THE YEAR... TODAY ON U-S FARM REPORT...RUSSIAN SANCTIONS OVER UKRAINE TRIGGER TRADE RETALIATION MORE FORECASTS ARE RELEASED AS CROP WATCHERS LOOK FOR A TOP IN YIELDS AND NEW ZEALAND DAIRY PRODUCERS FEEL THE PRESSURE FROM CHINA'S SLOWDOWN AND U-S COMPETITION.
JOHN OPEN:
HELLO AND WELCOME TO U-S FARM REPORT, I'M JOHN PHIPPS WE HAVE A BIG STORY ABOUT AG EXPORTS, AND I'LL BET YOUR MIND JUST JUMPED TO CHINA. CHINA'S VAST POPULATION AND STRONG GROWTH HAS ALL EXPORTER EYES GLUED TO EVERY DEVELOPMENT IN THE ENIGMATIC COUNTRY. BUT WHILE CHINA'S CULTURE REMAINS PRETTY MYSTERIOUS TO WESTERN MINDS - THEY ARE INSCRUTABLE AFTER ALL - MORE SINOLOGISTS SUSPECT WE ARE OVERTHINKING THE DIFFERENCES.TRADE PARTNERS LIKE AMERICAN FARMERS ATTRIBUTE ALMOST MYSTICAL SHREWDNESS TO EVERY TRANSACTION. BUT I'M BEGINNING TO THINK THE LEADERS IN CHINA AT ALL LEVELS ARE JUST BLUNDERING ALONG LIKE THE REST OF US. IT'S JUST RAPID ECONOMIC GROWTH MAKES SHEER LUCK LOOK LIKE GENIUS.
TIME NOW FOR THE HEADLINES.....HERE'S TYNE MORGAN.
RUSSIAN BARN:
THANKS, JOHN UNREST BETWEEN UKRAINE AND RUSSIA IS NOW CAUSING TENSION AMONG TRADING PARTNERS…AND IT'S A FOOD FIGHT FOR THE U-S.
INFORMA FORECAST:
USDA IS SET TO RELEASE ITS NEXT WORLD AGRICULTURE SUPPLY AND DEMAND REPORT TUESDAY. AHEAD OF THOSE NUMBERS, INFORMA ECONOMICS PUT OUT ITS PROJECTIONS, LOWERING SOYBEANS, BUT BUMPING UP THE CORN PRODUCTION FORECAST. INFORMA PEGS THIS YEAR'S CORN CROP TO BRING IN A 168 BUSHEL PER ACRE AVERAGE. THAT WOULD MEAN A 13 POINT 9 BILLION BUSHEL CROP. INFORMA THINKS SOYBEAN PRODUCTION THIS YEAR WILL HIT 3 POINT 7 BILLION BUSHELS. THAT'S WITH A YIELD OF 44 POINT FIVE.
ALLENDALE:
 ALLENDALE ALSO RELEASED ESTIMATES, WHICH WERE HIGHER THAN INFORMA'S FORECAST.
ALLENDALE SHOWS A 14.3 BILLION BUSHEL CORN CROP WITH A YIELD OF 171 BUSHELS PER ACRE. THE SOYBEAN YIELD ESTIMATE IS 46 BUSHELS PER ACRE, FOR A 3.8 BILLION BUSHEL SOYBEAN CROP. BOTH FIRMS’ CORN ESTIMATES ARE HIGHER THAN WHAT USDA IS CURRENTLY FORECASTING.
MN BARGES:
ALL OF THIS TALK ABOUT A HUGE CROP AND BARGES IN THE UPPER MIDWEST ARE ALREADY HAVING TROUBLE MOVING GOODS. HUNDREDS OF BARGES IN THE MISSISSIPI RIVER IN MINNESOTA HAVE BEEN TIED UP DUE TO TOO MUCH SEDIMENT IN THE RIVER BLOCKING THE FLOW OF TRAFFIC. THE U-S ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS SAYS IT’S BEEN WORKING AROUND THE CLOCK TO RMOVE THE SILT AND SAND DEPOSITS CAUSING DISRUPTIONS. IT’S LEFT OVER FROM HEAVY RAIN AND FLOODING THIS SPRING AND SUMMER. OFFICIALS SAY THEY HOPE BARGES WILL BE ABLE TO GET THROUGH STARTING THIS WEEKEND.
NEW ZEALAND DIARY:
ONE OF THE UNITED STATES' BIGGEST DAIRY COMPETITORS IS STRUGGLING WITH MILK PRICES. NEW ZEALAND AMPED UP INVENTORIES EARLIER THIS YEAR, TO HELP MEET DEMAND.HOWEVER, BUYS OUT OF CHINA ARE FADING, WHILE GLOBAL PRODUCTION IS INCREASING. AND THAT MEANS DAIRY PRICES IN NEW ZEALAND ARE STRUGGLING.AND SOME ECONOMISTS PREDICT THIS COULD HURT OVERALL FARM INCOMES, ULTIMATLELY SLOWING ECONOMIC GROWTH THERE.
PITCH TO MIKE:
WE'LL HAVE MORE ON THE GLOBAL DAIRY OUTLOOK DURING OUR MARKETING ROUNDTABLES TODAY. BUT FIRST, LETS GET A LOOK AT CROP CONDTIONS AROUND THE U-S WITH METEOROLOGIST MIKE HOFFMAN JOINS.MIKE.
TEASE ONE:
WE'LL HAVE MORE ON THE GLOBAL DAIRY OUTLOOK DURING OUR MARKETING ROUNDTABLES TODAY. BUT FIRST, LET'S GET A LOOK AT CROP CONDTIONS AROUND THE U-S WITH METEOROLOGIST MIKE HOFFMAN JOINS…MIKE.
JOHN’S WORLD:
AS TYNE REPORTED, VOTERS IN MISSOURI NARROWLY APPROVED AMENDMENT ONE, A RIGHT-TO-FARM CONSITUTIONAL CHANGE. PERHAPS THE ONLY THING CLEAR ABOUT THIS VOTE IS NOBODY REALLY KNOWS WHAT IT WILL MEAN FOR MISSOURI FARMERS IN THE FUTURE. AFTER WADING THROUGH THE EXPLANATIONS, IT APPEARS TO ME TO BE A LARGELY SYMBOLIC VOTE. THIS DOES NOT MAKE IT UNIMPORTANT, BUT DOES SUGGEST IT WAS MOSTLY ABOUT EXPRESSING A STRONGLY FELT OPINION RATHER THAN CREATING MORE EFFECTIVE GOVERNANCE. ITS PASSAGE WILL SIMPLIFY LITTLE FOR FARMS IN MISSOURI, I'LL BET. EVEN IF IT HAS SOME REAL-WORLD EFFECT ON LOCAL AND STATE REGULATIONS, IT WON'T AFFECT FEDERAL RULES. MOST IMPORTANTLY, LAWS LIKE THESE CAN'T CONTROL THE DEMANDS OF THE MARKETPLACE. THE BIG CHANGES IN ANIMAL AGRICULTURE ARE COMING FROM LARGE BUYERS LIKE MCDONALD'S AND CHIPOTLE, AFTER ALL. NOR WOULD AMENDMENT ONE PREVENT A GMO-LABELING REQUIREMENT IT SEEMS. THERE IS ALSO THE IRONY OF FIGHTING PERCEIVED OVER-REGULATION WITH MORE REGULATION. THE LEGAL PROFESSION MUST LOVE SUCH BATTLES. AT ANY RATE, IT COULD PROVE AN UNTIMELY DISTRACTION FROM MORE URGENT CHALLENGES. THIS VOTE MAY BE CONSTRUED AS A WIN FOR AGRICULTURE. I THINK IT IS A GESTURE OF EMOTIONAL REACTION TO WHAT ARE ACTUALLY RELATIVELY MINOR THREATS. AS GRAIN FARMERS MARCH TOWARD EVER-DEEPER RED INK, THEY MIGHT FINALLY MOVE ON TO MORE PRESSING PROBLEMS SUCH AS COLLAPSING PROFIT MARGINS AND VERY FEW TOOLS TO TACKLE THAT EMERGING CRISIS.
CONTACT:
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TAG & CLOSE:
COMING UP IN OUR NEXT HALF HOUR, IF YOU BELIEVE IN LUCK, WE HAVE AN ENTIRE BUILDING FULL OF IT.
STAY WITH US - THE SECOND HALF OF U-S FARM REPORT IS COMING RIGHT UP.
OPEN HEADLINES:
U.S. FARM REPORT BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE ALL-NEW CHEVY SILVERADO. 2014 NORTH AMERICAN TRUCK OF THE YEAR... TODAY ON U-S FARM REPORT...THE BEEF MARKET IS SHOWING STRONG DEMAND, BUT WILL THE CATTLE SUPPLY RISE TO MEET IT? A NEW PEDV VACCINE OFFERS MORE HOPE FOR THIS DEADLY DISEASE AND AMERICAN COUNTRYSIDE VISITS A MUSEUM FOR ELEPHANT LOVERS.
JOHN OPEN:
 HELLO AND WELCOME TO U-S FARM REPORT, I'M JOHN PHIPPS. SO IT'S AUGUST AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS HAVE ELAPSED - TIME TO CLEAN OUT THE MACHINE SHEDS AND THE SHOP. I'LL HAVE FULL COVERAGE OF THIS DEBACLE LATER THIS FALL, WHEN AND IF WE EVER GET THINGS BACK TOGETHER. BUT THE PROCESS HAS PROMPTED SEVERAL DEEP THOUGHTS. ONE OF THEM IS HOW WE HAVE LITERALLY CUT THE CORD ON OUR POWER TOOLS. BATTERY AND ELECTIC MOTOR TECHNOLOGY HAVE PUT MORE UNCOUPLED CAPABILITY INTO OUR HANDS THAN WE EVER IMAGINED POSSIBLE. BUT IT'S TIME TO LOCK THE MANUFACTURERS IN A ROOM UNTIL THEY COME UP WITH ONE 18 VOLT BATTERY DESIGN. WE DID IT WITH HYDRAULIC COUPLERS AND USB PORTS - THE INSANITY OF PROPRIETARY DESIGNS HAS TO STOP.
TYNE MORGAN HAS THE OTHER NEWS...
CATTLE EXPANSION:
THANKS, JOHN. DROUGHT RELIEF MEANS REBUILDING WHEN IT COMES TO CATTLE, RIGHT? WELL, ONE LEADING ECONOMIST SAYS EVEN THOUGH CONDITIONS MAY BE RIGHT, IT WILL BE DIFFICULT TO EVER GET BACK TO PRE-DROUGHT HERD NUMBERS.
MO RIGHT TO FARM:
FARMERS AND RANCHERS IN THE SHOW-ME STATE CAN GO ABOUT THEIR DAY WITH A LITTLE LESS WORRY. THAT'S BECAUSE MISSOURI'S RIGHT TO FARM BALLOT INITIATIVE PASSED BY A CLOSE MARGIN OF LESS THAN 1 PERCENT. IT WAS A DEEPLY DEBATED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT, AS GROUPS LIKE SIERRA CLUB CLAIMED THE MEASURE WOULD FAVOR LARGE-SCALE BUSINESSES. HOWEVER, MISSOURI FARM BUREAU GAVE THEIR FULL SUPPORT, SAYING IT GIVES FARMERS AND RANCHERS OF ANY SIZE THE ABILITY TO PROGRESS THEIR OPERATION WITHOUT EXCESSIVE INTERFERENCE.
VET BILL:
VETERNARIANS NOW HAVE MORE FREEDOM IN DISTRIBUTING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES OUTSIDE OF THEIR ACTUAL PRACTICE. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA SIGNED THE VETERINARY MEDICINE MOBILITY ACT INTO LAW MONDAY
 IT ALLOWS VETS TO CARRY AND ADMINISTER CONTROLLED MEDICINES USED FOR THINGS LIKE PAIN AND ANESTHESIA OUTSIDE THEIR REGISTERED LOCATION, WHICH IS OFTEN THEIR VET CLINIC.
ZOETIS PED VACCINE:
 MEANWHILE, A NEW PORCINE EPIDEMIC DIAHREA VIRUS VACCINE IS UNDERWAY. ZOETIS ANIMAL HEALTH SAYS THE GOAL IS TO RECEIVE APPROVAL FOR THE NEW VACCINE BY THE END OF THE YEAR. CURRENTLY, THE ONLY PED VACCINE ON THE MARKET IS HARRISVACCINES' I-P-E-D PLUS.     
NEW MEXICO HORSE SLAUGHTER:
THE FIGHT TO OPEN A HORSE SLAUGHTER PLANT IN NEW MEXICO IS OFFICIALLY OVER. VALLEY MEATS HAS WITHDRAWN ITS APPLICATION FOR A PERMIT NEEDED TO OPERATE THE PLANT.  VALLEY MEAT SAYS THE STATE'S ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE IN SHUTTING DOWN THE PLANT IN THE FIRST PLACE, AND A LAWSUIT IS NOW LIKELY TO OCCUR.
PITCH TO JOHN:
 THAT'S IT FOR NEWS...METEOROLOGIST MIKE HOFFMAN JOINS US NOW WITH THE NATIONAL FORECAST.
WEATHER WITH GENERIC OPEN:
 YOU KNOW A SAIL BOAT CAN GET INTO WHERE THERE IS VERY LITTLE WIND WITH NOTHING GOING ON. WE'RE KIND OF GETTING INTO THAT ACROSS THE LOWER 48 WHEN THERE'S ONE LINE ON THE JET STREAM GOING FROM COAST TO COAST. YOU KNOW THERE'S NOT A LOT OF ENERGY OUT THERE, AND NOT A LOT GOING TON. SO WE HAVE VERY SLOW MOVING STORM SYSTEMS. THAT DOESN'T MEAN SOME AREAS CAN'T GET A LOT OF RAIN OUT OF THEM AS WE'VE SEEN OVER THE PAST COUPLE OF DAYS WITH THE STORM SYSTEM MOVING THROUGH THE EAST RIGHT NOW, BUT UNTIL WE GET SOME OF THIS ENERGY COMING SOUTHWARD, WE'RE NOT GOING TO SEE A LOT OF MOVEMENT. WE DO THE JET STREAM DIPPING INTO GREAT LAKES INTO NORTHEAST AS WE HEAD THROUGH EARLY PART OF THE WEEK. AND THEN OUR COMPUTER MODEL SHOWING A PRETTY STRONG TROPH ONCE AGAIN DEVELOPING INTO THE GREAT LAKES, NORTHEAST, EVEN INTO THE TENNESSEE VALLEY AS WE HEAD INTO THIS COMING WEEKEND. THAT'S BEEN THE PATTERN WE KEEP GOING TO BACK TO. EVERYTIME WE TRY TO WARM UP IN THE CORNBELT WE TEND TO COOL THINGS BACK DOWN. BUT BOY THIS WOULD BE A GOT SITUATION FOR THE WEST AS THE HEAT CONTINUES OUT THAT WAY. LET'S TAKE A LOOK AT THINGS THEN AS WE HEAD THROUGH THIS WEEK. ON MONDAY, WE LOOK FOR A STORM SYSTEM MOVING THROUGH THE CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI VALLEY AND THAT MEANS PRETTY GOOD CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS IN THIS AREA. THIS AGAIN IS S SLOW MOVING SYSTEM WITH VERY LITTLE GOING ON IN JET STREAM UNTIL LATER ON IN THE WEEK. AND THE SYSTEM OUT WEST, THAT'S JUST TYPICAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. THOSE ARE ALL AFTERNOON VARIETY HIT AND MISS STORMS WITH A WEAK COOL FRONT MAY TOUCH OFF A FEW WSHOWERS FROM WESTERN LAKES ACROSS NORTHERN PLAINS. ON WEDNESDAY THEN THAT FRONT MOVES INTO THE NORTHEAST, STORM SYSTEM MOVING THROUGH THE NORTHEAST, AND THAT COULD BE A PRETTY WET WEATHER MAKING THERE OF THE EASTERN OHIO VALLEY, AS WELL AS MUCH OF MID ATLANTIC AND INTO NORTHEASTERN PORTIONS OF COUNTRY.SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STORMS DOWN ALONG FRONT AND INTO THE GULF COAST REGION. AND ANOTHER STORM SYSTEM DIVING SOUTHEASTWARD THIS TIME... THAT WILL HAVE SOME COOL AIR BEHIND IT. SO SOME SHOWERS AND STORMS LIKELY ACROSS NORTHERN PLAINS WITH HIT AND MISS VARIETY THROUGHOUT FOUR CORNER REGION... LOOKING AT FRIDAY, THAT SYSTEM MOVING THROUGH GREAT LAKES SO FAIRLY WET IT LOOKS LIKE IN CENTRAL EASTERN GREAT LAKES LATE IN THE WEEK WITH SCATTERED STORMS IN SOUTHEAST. AND HIT AND MISS OUT WEST CONTINUES. IT CONTINUES TO BE HOT RIGHT THROUGH THIS WEEK IN THE STATE OF TEXAS. AND TAKING A LOOK AT TEMPS NEXT WEEK, AUGUST 17 THROUGH 23, BELOW NORMAL FOR CENTRAL PLAINS STATES, ABOVE NORMAL IN NORTHEAST... TEXAS AND THE WEST EXPECTED TO BE ABOVE NORMAL. PRECIPITATION NEXT WEEK ABOVE NORMAL IN PARTS OF SOUTHEAST….PARTS OF EASTERN ROCKIES AND THEN BELOW NORMAL IN THE FAR WEST... OTHERWISE NEAR NORMAL WE'RE EXPECTING FOR MOST OF CORN BELT. 30 DAY OUTLOOK TLOOK BELOW NORMAL WE SHIFT THAT A LITTLE FARTHER WEST FROM EASTERN CORNBELT PROBABLY MORE NORMAL THAN WE'VE SEEN RECENTLY. ABOVE NORMAL IN NORTHEAST AND WEST..AND AS FAR AS PRECIP OVER NEXT 30 DAYS, AND OF COURSE THIS IS ALWAYS A TOUGH ONE. DEPENDS ON STORMS AND TROPICAL SYSTEMS... BUT ABOVE NORMAL SOUTHEAST AND SAME PLACE KIND OF IN FOUR CORNER REGION EASTWARD. WELL, I JUST DOWNLOAD MY WEATHER STATES. I THINK WE'RE GOING TO MAKE IT THROUGHOUT THE YEAR WITHOUT A 90. THAT WOULD BE UNUSUAL FOR CENTRAL ILLINOIS.S WELL, WE'RE TRENDING DOWN NOW AND WE HAVEN'T HAD ONE YET. THAT'S TRUE. THANK YOU, MIKE. SPIRIT OF THE HEARTLAND IS NEXT.
USFR REOPEN:
YOU'RE WATCHING US FARM REPORT, WITH HOST JOHN PHIPPS, FARM DIRECTOR AL PELL, NATIONAL REPORTER TYNE MORGAN AND METEOROLOGIST MIKE HOFFMAN. US FARM REPORT, THE SPIRIT OF THE COUNTRYSIDE."
AMERICAN COUNTRYSIDE MR EDS ELEPHANT:
MOST OF US WOULD LIKE TO THINK THAT "LUCK" IS ON OUR SIDE. IF THERE IS SUCH A THING AS LUCK, ANDREW MCCREA MAY HAVE FOUND THE LUCKIEST MAN AROUND. IN FACT, HE HAS A MUSEUM FULL OF IT. IN THIS EDITION OF THE AMERICAN COUNTRYSIDE, ANDREW TAKES US THERE.
NEXT WEEK:
NEXT WEEK, WE'LL INTRODUCE YOU TO A BRAVE TEEN BEATING THE ODDS, WHILE FINDING A FIT IN THE SHOW RING. WE'LL HEAD TO THE INDIANA STATE FAIR TO SEE HIS STORY.
BAXTER TEASE:
UP NEXT, AN INNOVATOR PUSHING THE ENVELOPE ON THE NEXT WAVE OF PRODUCTION AGRICULTURE... PLEASE STAY WITH US.
YIELD 360:
 IF YOU OWN ANY PRECISION PLANTING TECHNOLOGY, YOU CAN THINK ONE ILLINOIS MAN FOR HIS VISION.  AND NOW, AFTER SELLING THE COMPANY TO MONSANTO, HIS PASSION AND DRIVE IS TAKING HIM BACK TO THE SAME FIELDS WHERE IT ALL BEGAN. CLINTON GRIFFITHS HAS OUR STORY.
TRACTOR TALES:
JOHN…AL, WHAT DO YOU HAVE FOR US ON TRACTOR TALES? AL…JOHN, WE HAVE A CLASSIC CASE FROM THE LONE STAR STATE THIS WEEK.
CHURCH SALUTE:
TODAY'S COUNTRY CHURCH SALUTE GOES TO BRULE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN RURAL ELK POINT, SOUTH DAKOTA. WE WANT TO SEND A BIG CONGRATULATIONS, AS THEY ARE CELBRATING THEIR 150TH ANNIVERSARY THIS WEEKEND! IN 1864, MEMBERS MET IN VARIOUS HOMES. THEN, LESS THAN TEN YEARS LATER, A LOG CHURCH WAS ESTABLISHED, AND AN EVEN LARGER BUILDING WAS THEN BUILT IN 1883. BUT THE CHURCH YOU SEE TODAY WAS BUILT IN 1933, STILL USING THE ALTER AND PULPET FROM THE PREVIOUS BUILDING. OUR THANKS TO RON KJOSE FOR SHARING THEIR STORY...
MAILBAG:
TIME NOW FOR OUR WEEKLY LOOK INSIDE THE FARM REPORT MAILBAG....JOE CARLSON IN ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON DOESN'T GET THE POINT OF BRIAN GRETE'S OVERFLIGHT OF IOWA CORNFIELDS ON LAST WEEK'S SHOW. "I WONDERED IF HE REALLY THOUGHT ONE PLANE RIDE WOULD TELL A REAL, LIVE FARMER ANYTHING THE FARMER COULDN'T SEE FOR HIMSELF ON HIS WAY INTO TOWN." JOE YOU MAY BE RIGHT ABOUT THE STORY AS HARD NEWS OR EVEN HELPFUL DATA, BUT THERE IS A REASON BEHIND THE FLIGHT. LAST YEAR AT THIS TIME THAT AREA WAS A NIGHTMARE OF UNPLANTED FIELDS AND HUGE BARE HOLES. BRIAN IS CLOSE TO THAT LOCATION, AND WE HAVE MANY VIEWERS IN THAT REGION AS WELL. WE THOUGHT IT MADE AN INTERESTING COMPARISON. BRIAN CERTAINLY REALIZES ONE FLIGHT DOES NOT PROVIDE GREAT INSIGHTS INTO CROP SIZE, ANY MORE THAN YOUR EXAMPLE OF A FARMER DRVING INTO TOWN. BUT SINCE WE COVERED THAT AREA LAST YEAR, A RETROSPECTIVE SEEMED INTERESTING.
BUT WE ALSO KNOW, BECAUSE I FEEL IT FIRSTHAND, THAT THE MONTH OF AUGUST IS WHEN FARMERS ARE EXPECIALLY SENSITIVE TO ANY COMMENTS ABOUT THE SIZE OF THE CROP. LAST WEEK WHEN ANALYST MATT BENNET CASUALLY SPOKE ABOUT YIELDS OF 240 AND 250 BEING COMMON IN CENTRAL ILLINOIS, I FELT A FLASH OF PANIC AND EVEN ANGER. WE'VE NEVER SEEN FIELD AVERAGES LIKE THAT ON OUR FARM, AND MY COMPETITIVE INSTINCT MOMENTARILY TRIGGERED AN ADVERSARIAL RESPONSE.
PREDICTIONS OF A MAMMOTH CROP HAVE TRIGGERED SOME ANXIETY IN MANY OTHER GROWERS, I'LL BET. IN FACT, I SUSPECT MOST OF THE SURPRISES THIS FALL WON'T BE HAPPY ONES.
RFD PROMO:
THIS WEEKEND ON U-S FARM REPORT, SANCTIONS ON RUSSIA CAUSE A FOOD FIGHT HERE AT HOME. WHY WOULD ANYONE NEED 12 THOUSAND ELEPHANTS? AMERICAN COUNTRYSIDE INTRODUCES US TO A MAN WITH LUCK ON HIS SIDE. JOIN US THIS WEEKEND ON R-F-D.
 
 
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