AgDay Daily Recap -Dec. 21, 2015

December 21, 2015 02:57 AM
 

TODAY ON AGDAY
DEC. 21, 2015


OPENING HEADLINES:
CONGRESS FINISHES ITS WORK...ROLLING OUT A NEW SPENDING BILL. PLUS, LOOKING AT IMMIGRATION AND THE CHALLENGES FOR THE DAIRY INDUSTRY.
IN AGRIBUSINESS...OVER COMING FEAR...ALL WE HAVE HEARD IN THE LAST SEVERAL MONTHS IS THE DOOM AND GLOOM AND AGRICULTURE IS NOT COMING BACK. I SAY THAT'S A LOT OF NONSENSE.
MACHINERY PETE SAYS OLDER FOUR WHEEL DRIVE TRACTORS STILL HAVE VALUE. AND AN EXECUTIVE CHEF SHARE'S HIS TALENTS WITH THOSE LESS FORTUNATE.
CONGRESS ROLLS OUT NEW SPENDING BILL:
GOOD MORNING I'M CLINTON GRIFFITHS. LAWMAKERS HAVE NOW STARTED THEIR CHRISTMAS VACATION, KNOWING THEY PASSED A SPENDING BILL THAT KEEPS THE GOVERNMENT RUNNING.
THE SENATE FOLLOWED THE HOUSE IN APPROVING A YEAR-END BUDGET PACKAGE THAT BOOSTS FEDERAL AGENCY SPENDING AND AWARDS TAX CUTS TO BOTH FAMILIES AND AN ARRAY OF BUSINESS INTERESTS. IT WAS A 65-TO-33 VOTE. IT COMBINES ONE-POINT-ONE TRILLION IN NEW SPENDING IN 2016 AND 680 BILLION IN TAX CUTS OVER THE COMING DECADE.
SPECIFICIALLY TO AG -THE BILL INCLUDES A REPEAL OF THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN LABELING LAW. AS WE'VE BEEN REPORTING EXTENSIVELY, THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION RULED LAST WEEK THAT CANADA AND MEXICO HAD THE RIGHT THE LEVEE TARIFFS AGAINST U-S AG PRODUCTS, TOTALLING MORE THAN A BILLION DOLLARS. N-C-B-A SAYS THE RETALIATION WOULD HAVE HAD A BIG IMPACT ON THE U-S CATTLE BUSINESS BECAUSE CANADA AND MEXICO HAVE TRADITIONALLY BEEN TWO OF THE TOP FIVE EXPORT MARKETS FOR U-S BEEF.
NATIONAL SECURITY TAKES THE STAGE AT G-O-P DEBATE:
THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE HAS BEEN RE-SHAPED BY NATIONAL SECURITY CONCERNS, INCLUDING BORDER SECURITY. THE TOPIC SPARKED VERBAL JABS AT LAST TUESDAY'S G-O-P DEBATE.
HE'S THE WEAKEST OF ALL THE CANDIDATES ON IMMIGRATION. HE IS THE ONE FOR AN OPEN BORDER THAT IS LEAVING US DEFENSELESS.>
WHILE BORDER SECURITY AND IMMIGRATION REFORM ARE KEY TALKING POINTS ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL, MIGRANT FARM LABOR IS A REAL BOTTOM-LINE CONCERN FOR MANY AG PRODUCERS...ESPECIALLY DAIRY WHICH RELIES ON A DEPENDABLE WORKFORCE EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR.

FARM LABOR FOR DAIRY OPERATIONS:
NATIONAL REPORTER TAKES A LOOK AT FARM LABOR FOR DAIRY OPERATIONS. YOU COULD SAY 'BUSINESS IS GOOD' FOR ROBOTIC MILKING COMPANIES.
WHILE FARM LABOR IS A KEY PART OF THE FARM-NOT ENOUGH LABOR-IS A PROBLEM. THE NATIONAL MILK PRODUCERS FEDERATION RELEASED A STUDY LAST FALL:
THE FEDERATION DISCOVERED HALF OF ALL WORKERS ON U.S. DAIRY FARMERS ARE IMMIGRANTS. LOSING THOSE WORKERS WOULD NEARLY DOUBLE RETAIL MILK PRICES AND PUT A HEFTY BILL ON THE U.S. ECONOMY OF 32 BILLION DOLLARS.
IT ESTIMATES A COMPLETE LOSS OF IMMIGRANT LABOR WOULD FORCE ONE IN SIX DAIRY FARMS TO CLOSE.
AN ISSUE FOR SOME AND NOT FOR OTHERS..IT REMAINS A HOT TOPIC IN REPORTING FOR AGDAY, I'M BETSY JIBBEN.
THERE ARE SOME VISA PROGRAM PROVISIONS WITHIN THE NEW SPENDING BILL.
HOLEVOLTE SAYS THAT DOESN'T DEAL WITH WORK VISAS.
NATIONAL WEATHER:
LET'S GET YOUR FIRST LOOK AT FARM COUNTRY WEATHER ON THIS MONDAY MORNING. HERE'S MIKE HOFFMAN, MIKE. GOOD MORNING CLINTON.
WE HEARD FROM A FARMER IN MINNE-HAHA COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA. HE SAYS CATTLE ARE STANDING INA FOOT OF SLOP. AND THEY JUST GOT ANOTHER TEN INCHES OF SNOW. AND IN HENRY COUNTY, OHIO, ONE FARMER WAS COMMENTING ABOUT THE WARM WINTER SO FAR. HE SAYS IT'S BEEN UNUSUALLY DRY AND WARM. IT'S STILL DRY ENOUGH TO DO TILLAGE WORK. AND TAKING A LOOK AT THE DROUGHT MONITOR YOU CAN SEE MOST OF THE PROBLEMS OBVIOUSLY WEST OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE BUT BOY HAVE THINGS IMPROVED FROM WESTERN WASHINGTON DOWN INTO NORTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA WE'LL HAVE YOUR FORECAST FOR THE WEEK COMING UP.
TEASE:
UP NEXT WE'LL GET SOME SAGE MARKET ADVICE FROM MARK GOLD.
HE JOINS ME AT THE AGRIBUSINESS DESK AFTER THE BREAK. STICK AROUND, FOLKS. WE ARE GOING TO TALK ABOUT OLD, RARE, FOUR WHEELER DRIVE TRACTORS. ) AND LATER, SHARING THEIR TALENTS. THESE EXECUTIVE CHEF'S ARE HELPING FEED THOSE LESS FORTUNATE THIS HOLIDAY SEASON AND YEAR ROUND.
CME:
IN AGRIBUSINESS LOTS OF GREEN DURING TRADE FRIDAY. LETS SEE IF THOSE GAINS HELD...FROM THE FLOOR OF THE CME IN CHICAGO. HIGH GRAIN MARKETS REALLY BEING LEAD HIGHER HERE BY SOYBEANS TODAY.
SOYBEANS ARE HOLDING THEIR GAINS, DOUBLE DIGIT GAINS, BECAUSE OF THE DRY WEATHER THREAT IN BRAZIL. IT HAS BEEN VERY DRY IN NORTHERN BRAZIL AND THE MARKET IS REALLY STARTING TO CATCH UP WITH THAT NOW, BUT IT'S A WEATHER MARKET RIGHT NOW, EVEN THOUGH FORECASTS CONTINUE TO CALL FOR BETTER WEATHER DEVELOP IN NORTHERN AREAS NEXT WEEK, WE HAVE SEEN THESE FORECASTS BEFORE, SO I SUSPECT THAT IF WE DON'T SEE THOSE RAINS STARTING TO SHOW UP THE FIRST PART OF NEXT WEEK WE WILL BE ABLE TO BUILD ON THESE GAINS SUNDAY NIGHT AND INTO THE FIRST PART OF NEXT WEEK. LIMIT UP IN LIVE CATTLE AND FEEDER CATTLE TODAY. THEY STARTED OUT LIMIT UP RIGHT AFTER THE OPENING WENT TO LIMIT UP AND WERE PRETTY MUCH LOCKED UP THERE ALL DAY LONG. A VERY POSITIVE MOVE HERE FOR BOTH MARKETS, BEFORE THE CATTLE ON FEED REPORTS CAME OUT IN THE AFTERNOON AND BEFORE REALLY WE HEARD TOO MUCH ABOUT THE CASH MARKET TRADING AS WE WENT IN TO THE WEEKEND. THANKS VERY MUCH THIS JACK STROVAR. I AM VICE PRESIDENT OF PRICE FUTURES GROUP HERE ON THE CME GROUP FLOOR WITH SOME COMMENTS FOR THE MARKETS.
AGRIBUSINESS:
JOINING ME HERE AT THE AGRIBUSINESS DESK, MARK GOLD, TOP THIRD AG MARKETING. MARK, LET'S TALK ABOUT THE PRODUCER'S MINDSET, BECAUSE IT REALLY FEELS LIKE WE ARE JUST KIND OF IN A TOUGH PLACE MENTALLY WITH WHAT'S GOING ON IN OUR MARKETS. > YEAH, ALL WE HAVE HEARD IN THE LAST SEVERAL MONTHS IS THE DOOM AND GLOOM AND AGRICULTURE IS NOT COMING BACK. I SAY THAT'S A LOT OF NONSENSE. YOU KNOW, SOME OF THE GUYS WERE TELLING US THREE, FOUR YEARS AGO THAT WE COULDN'T GROW ENOUGH GRAIN THAT WE WERE AT A NEW PARADIGM IN THAT AMERICAN AGRICULTURE AND PRICES WERE NEVER GOING DOWN. SOME OF THESE SAME PEOPLE ARE SAYING PRICES ARE NEVER GOING TO GO UP NOW--A LOT OF NONSENSE IN MY OPINION.
WHAT I LIKE TO THINK ABOUT IS ON ONE OF YOUR COMPETITORS CNBC, THEY HAVE WHAT'S CALLED THE FEAR GREED INDEX AND IT'S LIKE SPEEDOMETER AND WHEN YOU GET THE STOCK MARKET UP TO 18,000 EVERYBODY IS GREEDY AND IT'S ALL THE GREED FACTOR OUT THERE, WHEN THE STOCK MARKET GETS TO 7,000 EVERYONE IS FEARFUL AND THAT'S VERY SIMILAR TO THE AMERICAN FARMER AND I WANT YOU TO BE JUST THE OPPOSITE OF THAT.> OK, EXPLAIN THAT FOR US.> WHEN WE GET TO 16 AND 18 DOLLAR BEANS AND WE GET SEVEN OR EIGHT DOLLAR CORN, I DON'T WANT YOU TO BE GREEDY THAT IT'S GOING HIGHER--I WANT YOU TO BE FEARFUL THAT IT'S GOING BACK DOWN AND TO DO SOME MARKETING. WHEN WE GET DOWN HERE TO $3.50 AND $8.50 BEANS THIS IS WHEN I WANT YOU TO BE A LITTLE BIT GREEDY IF YOU ARE SELLING GRAIN TO BUY BACK A CALL AND KEEP THAT UPSIDE OPEN, IT'S A VERY WHAT WE CALL CONTRARIAN OPINION, BUT I THINK IF YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW WELL IT WORKS JUST ASK WARREN BUFFET, BECAUSE THERE'S NOBODY BETTER AT DOING THAT THAN WARREN BUFFET. HE BUYS THE FEAR AND HE SELLS THE GREED AND I WANT TO GET THE AMERICAN FARMER IN THAT MINDSET THAT WHEN WE HAVE LOWER PRICES WE CAN GO HIGHER, MAINTAIN THE UPSIDE OPEN WITH A CALL OPTION AND WHEN YOU GET HIGH, EITHER SELL SOME GRAIN OR PROTECT WITH A PUT OPTION.> YEAH, MARK YOU ALMOST SOUND PRETTY OPTIMISTIC HERE.>I BELIEVE THAT LIKE IN EVERY OTHER SINCE 1972, THE AMERICAN FARMER WILL HAVE AT LEAST ONE GREAT MARKETING OPPORTUNITY TO PRICE OR TO PROTECT THEIR GRAIN AT PROFITABLE LEVELS. THE KEY WILL BE WILL THEY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THAT. I HOPE THEY DO.> ALL RIGHT, EVERYBODY BE READY. I APPRECIATE THAT MARK. WE WILL BE BACK WITH MORE AGDAY IN JUST A MINUTE. FOR A SPECIAL REPORT ON THE GRAIN MARKETS, CALL TOLL FREE 877-TTHEDGE. THAT'S 877-884-3343. AGDAY -BROUGHT TO YOU BY BASF. GROW SMART WITH BASF AND GET THE MOST, ACRE AFTER ACRE, SEASON AFTER SEASON.
NATIONAL WEATHER:
WELCOME BACK TO AGDAY ON THIS MONDAY MORNING. METEOROLOGIST MIKE HOFFMAN KICKING US OFF, LOOKING AT RAIN FROM LAST WEEK. AND SOME PLACES GOT A FAIR AMOUNT. MULTIPLE SYSTEM MOVING FROM WEST TO EAST WILL DO THAT, PWN, WASH, OR, WESTERN PORTIONS OF THOSE STATES, NORTHWESTERN CALIF. BUT THE MIDDLE OF THE COUNTRY GOT A LOT TOO. IN FACT, YOU CAN SEE FROM EASTERN TEXAS, WESTERN LA, NORTHWARD, 2-3 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ALL THE WAY UP INTO THE CENTRAL PLAINS, SO LET'S ZOOM IN HERE. NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS, SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA, INTO THE WESTERN HALF OF IOWA, LOTS OF THAT AREA GOT 3-5 INCHES OF RAIN, SOME SPOTS GOT EVEN MORE THAN THAT. NOW, THIS IS ALL ESTIMATED FROM RADAR DURING THE PERIOD LAST SATURDAY THROUGH THIS PAST FRIDAY. AM AMAZING AMOUNT OF RAIN, A COUPLE OF SYSTEMS MOVING THROUGH THAT AREA. SOME OF THAT WAS MELTED SNOW BY THE WAY. THERE'S THE JET STREAM, AS WE HEAD THRU THIS WEEK, WHAT YOU'LL SEE IS THE JET STREAM JUST CONTINUING TO SEE THESE RIPPLES COMING EASTWARD. NOW SOME OF THESE ARE SLOWING DOWN A BIT WHICH COULD CREATE SOME PRETTY INTERESTING STORMS AS WE HEAD THRU THE NEXT WEEK AND A HALF. YOU CAN SEE THAT CUT OFF TROUGH AS WE HEAD TOWARDS THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. AFTER XMAS YOU CAN SEE A PRETTY BIG STORM SYSTEM THERE TRYING TO MOVE THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF THE COUNTRY. NO DIRECT SHOTS OF ARCTIC AIR COMING AND STAYING ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY. WHEN YOU SEE THINGS MOVING FROM WEST TO EAST YOU'LL GET SHOTS OF COLD AIR, BUT IT'S 2-3 DAYS AND THEN IT WARMS BACK UP AGAIN.SO LET'S CHECK OUT THE AVERAGE FOR THIS COMING WEEK I DO EXPECT IT TO BE ABOVE NORM. AS FAR AS TEMPERATURES FROM MINNESOTA DOWN THRU MOST OF TEXAS, ALL THE WAY TO EASTERN SEABOARD, BELOW NORMAL FOR MONTANA, WYOMING, WESTERN AND CENTRAL COLORADO, 4 CORNER REGION BACK TO THE WEST COAST. IN BETWEEN A LITTLE BIT OF NORMAL BUT THAT'S PROBABLY GOING TO MEAN SOME BIG CHANGES THAT YOU JUST AVERAGE OUT. CLOSE TO NORMAL,. PRECIPITATION FOR THIS COMING WEEK, WITH ALL THE STORM SYSTEMS COMING THRU THE ONLY AREA WHERE I'M GOING BELOW NORMAL IS SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL TEXAS AS YOU CAN SEE. FROM NORTHERN LOUISIANA NORTHWARD AND EASTWARD ALL THE WAY TO EAST COAST, ALL THE WAY INTO CANADA, ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION EXPECTED.
NEAR NORMAL FOR THE WESTERN PLAINS. AND THEN ABOVE NORMAL FROM COLORADO, 4 CORNER REGION ALL THE WAY BACK TO THE NORTHWEST. THAT INCLUDES THE NORTHERN HALF OF CALIFORNIA WITH ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION. 30 DAY OUTLOOK. FOR TEMPS WILL GO ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE NORTHERN PLAINS. NORTHERN HALF OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY AND MUCH OF THE EAST FROM GREAT LAKES ALL THE WAY INTO THE SOUTHEAST. NEAR NORMAL FROM SOUTHERN MISS VALLEY UP INTO MONTANA. AND THEN PACIFIC NORTHWEST, THRU THE SOUTHWEST AND INTO WESTERN TEXAS BELOW NORMAL TEMPS ARE EXPECTED. 30 DAY OUTLOOK FOR PRECIPITATION AGAIN A LOT OF COUNTRY ABOVE NORMAL BUT THE ONLY BELOW NORMAL AREA IS PART OF MONTANA AND SOME OF THE SURROUNDING AREAS. YOU CAN ABOVE NORMAL THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHERN TIER STATES AND THEN A STRIP WHERE THOSE STORMS KEEPING CUTTING UP NORTHWARD ACROSS THE NORTHERN PLAINS INTO WESTERN LAKES. THAT'S ABOVE NORMAL AS WELL.
REGIONAL WEATHER:
THAT'S A LOOK ACROSS THE COUNTRY NOW LET'S LOOK AT SOME LOCAL FORECASTS. FOR WALLA WALLA WASHINGTON TODAY CLOUDY CHILLY, SNOW TURNING TO RAIN, HIGH TEMP OF 45.
WACO, TX, VARIABLY CLOUDINESS WITH SOME SUNSHINE AT TIMES, HIGH OF 72 AND DOVER, DELAWARE, BREEZY WITH A MIX OF SUNNY AND CLOUDS. AN AFTERNOON HIGH OF 56.
TEASE:
MACHINERY PETE JOINS US NEXT. HE'LL HAVE EXAMPLES OF OLDER FOUR WHEEL DRIVE TRACTORS THAT GET PLENTY OF ATTENTION AT AUCTION.
AND FIND OUT WHY A CHEF IN WISCONSIN THINKS A 'FIVE STAR MEAL' SHOULD NOT BE RESERVED JUST FOR THE "WELL HEELED". IN THE COUNTRY -LATER ON AGDAY. FIND YOUR NEXT PIECE OF EQUIPMENT AT MACHINERY PETE.COM AND ENTER FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A YETI COLLER. ONE YETI TUNDRA 35 COOLER IS BEING GIVEN AWAY EACH WEEK. GO TO WWW.MACHINERYPETE.COM/SURVEY, COMPLETE THE SURVEY, AND ENTER YOUR INFORMATION. YOU COULD BE NEXT OWNER OF A MACHINERY PETE YETI COOLER.
MACHINERY PETE:
JUST BECAUSE A TRACTOR WAS BUILT IN 1965, IT DOESN'T MEAN THERE AREN'T STILL PLENTY OF GOOD HOURS ON IT. OUR OWN MACHINERY PETE HAS THE PROOF. OLD, RARE, FOUR WHEEL DRIVE TRACTORS HAVE BEEN JUST RED HOT ON THE AUCTION MARKET. ON THE NOV. 4 BIG IRON.COM ONLINE AUCTION, THIS 1965 INTERNATIONAL 4300 OUT OF KANSAS SOLD FOR $59,250. NOW, ACTUALLY BACK IN APRIL ON ANOTHER BIG IRON.COM MODEL ONLINE AUCTION, WE SAW ANOTHER INTERNATIONAL 4300 SELL FOR OVER $75,000. NOW ON OCTOBER 31, I WAS DOWN IN BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS FOR A COLLECTOR AUCTION, WHERE I WATCHED THIS JOHN DEERE WA17, ONE OF ONLY 27 EVER MADE SELL FOR $80,000 AND I POSTED YOUTUBE VIDEO OF IT SELLING SO THAT YOU COULD GO ONLINE AND ENJOY WATCHING THAT. NOW, WHEN I WAS AT THAT SALE, I MET TOM RENNER. AND TOM OWNS SHILOH VALLEY EQUIPMENT--A SINGLE STORE JOHN DEERE DEALER, RIGHT THERE IN BELLEVILLE. IT TURNS OUT TOM HAS QUITE A COLLECTION OF JOHN DEERE FOUR WHEEL DRIVES. AND WHEN I WAS DOWN TO THE RITCHIE BROTHERS AUCTION IN ST. LOUIS LAST WEEK, I WENT OVER TO VISIT TOM AND HE SHOWED ME HIS COLLECTION. IT'S GOT A JOHN DEERE 7520 A WA14 AND WA 17 AND THIS JOHN DEERE 8020 AND WE SHOT VIDEO OF IT LIFTING AN EIGHT BOTTOM PLOW AND I JUST POSTED YOUTUBE VIDEO OF THE WALK THROUGH OF TOM'S COLLECTION, SO FOLKS CHECK IT OUT, YOU ARE GOING TO ENJOY IT.
AND REMEMBER WHEN YOU ARE SHOPPING FOR USED EQUIPMENT, CHECK US OUT AT MACHINERY PETE.COM AND TELL THOSE DEALERS AND AUCTIONEERS YOU SAW IT ON MACHINERY PETE.
THANKS GREG. UP NEXT....MEET SOME FOLKS WHO ARE DOWN ON THEIR LUCK. BUT THEY'RE STILL ENJOYING A FIVE-STAR MEAL. FIND OUT WHY -WHEN WE COME BACK.
IN THE COUNTRY:
TIS THE SEASON OF GIVING. AND MILAWAUKEE, ONE OF THE CITY'S LARVEST HOMELESS SHELTERS IS
GETTING THE GIFT OF FOOD. SOME OF THE BEST CHEF'S IN THE COUNTRY SHARING THEIR SKILLS WITH THOSE LESS FORTUNATE. CARRIE ANTLFINGER HAS OUR STORY.
SANFORD RESTAURANT IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE BEST IN THE MIDWEST. ONLY 20 PEOPLE CAN FIT INTO THE UPSCALE DINING ROOM AT A TIME. NATS) BUT THEY ARE STILL ABLE TO SERVE PLENTY OF OTHERS.
SANFORD IS ONE OF EIGHT RESTAURANTS --INCLUDING SOME OF THE TOPRATED IN MILWAUKEE --THAT PROVIDES MEALS TO THE GUEST HOUSE --THE CITY'S LARGEST PUBLICLY-FUNDED HOMELESS SHELTER. A VOLUNTEER HELPED START THE EFFORT IN 2011 AFTER SEEING WHAT THE MEN WERE EATING.
FOOD GOES RIGHT TO THE BRAIN, THESE GUYS NEED NUTRITION TO GET THEIR LIVES BACK, AND TO BE
ABLE TO GO OUT ON THE STREET, FIND WORK, AND GET THEIR HEALTH BACK." SO DALE RHYAN – WHO IS RETIRED FROM THE FOOD INDUSTRY --WENT TO HIS FRIENDS IN THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS FOR HELP.
THE CHEF'S CHOICE: A CASSOULET.
"CASSOULET IS CLASSIC FRENCH STEW WHERE YOU GOT A COMBINATION OF SOME DUCK MEAT CLASSICLY, SAUSAGE, PORK, BEANS AND A BUNCH OF VEGETABLES ALL STEWED TOGETHER."
"I CAN TELL IT'S NOT LIKE A PERSON JUST MADE IT FROM HOME. IT TASTES BETTER THAN THAT. I KNOW THAT MUCH." ROBERT HOWARD IS ON THE VERGE OF LEAVING THE GUESTHOUSE– HAVING BEEN OFF HEROIN NOW FOR ALMOST TWO YEARS --BUT HE SAYS HE'LL MAKE SURE TO PROPERLY TIME HIS RETURN VISITS TO SEE HIS CASE WORKER. "I KNOW WHEN THE GOOD MEALS COME I'LL BE HERE." (LAUGHS) A CREATURE COMFORT THESE MEN DON'T TAKE FOR GRANTED. CARRIE ANTLFINGER, ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CLOSING:
THAT'S ALL THE TIME WE HAVE THIS MORNING. WE'RE GLAD YOU TUNED IN.
FOR MIKE HOFFMAN, AND BETSY JIBBEN. I'M CLINTON GRIFFITHS. HAVE A GREAT DAY.
HIGH STRENGTH STEEL FOR HIGH STRENGTH DEPENDABILITY, THE CHEVY
SILVERADO IS THE OFFICIAL NEWS GATHERING VEHICLE OF AGDAY TELEVISION.
PROMO:

I'M CLINTON GRIFFITHS. TUESDAY ON AGDAY. MIKE NORTH LOOKS AT DAIRY PRICES. FIND OUT WHY HE DOESN'T THINK THEY SHOW MUCH PROMISE FOR 2016.
FOR NEWS THAT MATTERS TO YOUR FARM OR RANCH, TUNE IN DAILY FOR AGDAY.

 

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