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We’ll get a planting update from Farm Journal Agronomist Missy Bauer. And we’ll look at the sever weather outlook for this spring.

AgriTalk Schedule

April 21

Purdue livestock economist Dr. Chris Hurt will be in studio to talk about the impact of PEDv on pork as well as price outlook for the summer grilling season.  And Machinery Pete will answer your used equipment questions.

April 22

The latest Rural Main Street Index shows growth in rural America, but it may be harder to get a home loan from small, local banks.  We’ll get the details from Dr. Ernie Goss of Creighton University.

April 23

We’ll get a planting update from Farm Journal Agronomist Missy Bauer. And we’ll look at the severe weather outlook for this spring.

April 24

We'll look at new developments in the debate over immigration reform.


April 25

John Phipps of US Farm Report and Ag Day’s Clinton Griffiths join the Friday Free-For-All.




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