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Monday
July 21

Are environmental interests influencing USDA food guidelines?  We'll talk about it with the National Center for Public Policy Research.  And we'll talk used equipment with Machinery Pete.

Tuesday
July 22

Animal rights groups have been attacking mobile meat processing trucks.  We’ll get the latest from the Northwest Meat Processors and Steve Kopperud of Policy Directions.

Wednesday
July 23

It’s time to head back to college…Corn College.  We’ll talk with the Farm Journal Agronomists about how to make sure you get the most out of your 2014 crop.

Thursday
July 24

We’ll look at a fight brewing in Nebraska over the use of sugar beets for ethanol production.

 

Friday
July 25

It’s the Friday Free-for-All.

 

 

 

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