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Monday
September 15

Senator Chuck Grassley checks in with the latest from Washington and Machinery Pete will take your calls about used equipment.

Tuesday
September 16

We’ll get response from the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association to calls for reform of the Beef Checkoff.

Wednesday
September 17

Kevin Murphy of Food Chain Communications returns to talk about how agriculture can better communicate with millennials.

Thursday
September 18

Ag and technology are teaming up around Salinas, CA to seed the next round of tech startups.  We’ll get the details of a unique ag-technology incubator project.

 

Friday
September 19

It’s the Friday Free-for-All.

 

 

 

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