USFR Weekly Recap - Jan. 16-17, 2016

January 16, 2016 03:30 AM
 

TODAY ON U.S. FARM REPORT:
JAN. 16-17, 2016

OPENING HEADLINES:
<FROM THE STUDIOS OF FARM JOURNAL BROADCAST, THIS IS U.S. FARM REPORT.> 
WELCOME TO U.S. FARM REPORT. I'M TYNE MORGAN. IT'S GOOD TO BE BACK AFTER 7 WEEKS OF MATERNITY LEAVE. MY SINCERETHANKS TO CLINTON GRIFFITHS FOR  FILLING IN WHILE I WAS GONE MAKING IT A SMOOTH TRANSITION.  LET'S JUMP RIGHT INTO THINGS. HERE'S WHAT WE'RE WORKING ON FOR YOU DURING THE NEXT  HOUR.... 
THE RESULTS ARE IN... USDA GIVES US OUR FINAL LOOK AT THE 2015 CROP AND IT'S NOT AS BIG AS WHAT TRADERS THOUGHT.  A FLOOD OF FORCED GRAIN SALES HOW MANY FARMERS DO YOU THINK MOVED THEIR GRAIN IN THIS AREA?
"EVERYBODY, EVERYBODY." 
OUR FARM JOURNAL REPORT SHOWS US WHY FARMERS WERNE'T TAKING ANY CHANCES WITH THE MIGHTY MISSISSIPPI'S SWOLLEN BANKS.  
WE'RE ON THE ROAD WITH MACHINERY PETE...OUR BIGGEST CHALLENGE IS USED INVENTORY BUT IT'S AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE CUSTOMER> 
WE'LL TALK ABOUT THE HOT BUYS IN THE EQUIPMENT SECTOR FOR 2016.  
AND IN JOHN'S WORLD... 
<CHINA, CHINA, CHINA> 
GRAINS GO BEARISH:

NOW FOR  THE MARKET RELATED NEWS, GRAINS SAW  LIFE MID-WEEK AS USDA'S LATEST REPORTS WEREN'T AS BEARISH AS ANTICIPATED.  
USDA FINAL NUMBERS FOR THE 2015 CROP:
USDA'S RELEASED THE FINAL NUMBERS FOR THE 2015 CROP.  THE AGENCY LOWERED THE CORN PRODUCTION TALLY SLIGHTLY. IT COMES IN AT 13-POINT-SIX BILLION BUSHELS. USDA DROPPED THE NATIONAL AVERAGE YIELD BY  NEARLY A BUSHEL TO 168-POINT-FOUR BUSHELS. THE DEPARTMENT ALSO LOWERING SOYBEAN PRODUCTION TO 3 POINT 9 BILLION BUSHELS, STILL MAKING IT A RECORD CROP.  
THE AVERAGE YIELD IS 48 BUSHELS TO THE ACRE.

U.S. RESPONDS TO ANTI-DUMPING CLAIMS:
CHINA FORMALLY LAUNCHED ANTI-DUMPING AND ANTI-SUBSIDY PROBES FOR DRIED DISTILLERS GRAIN IMPORTS FROM THE U-S. THE ANNOUNCMENT COMING FROM CHINA'S MINISTRY OF COMMERCE THIS WEEK. IN RESPONSE, THE U-S GRAIN COUNCIL SAYS THE ANTI- DUPMING AND COUNTERVAILING DUTIES INVESTIGATIONS ARE UNWARRANTED AND UNHELPFUL. 
THE COUNCIL ADDING THIS COULD HAVE NEGATIVE  EFFECTS ON U-S GROWERS AND CHINESE CONSUMERS FOR YEARS TO COME.  
OIL PRICE DROPS, TRADERS' FEARS GROW:
CRUDE OIL TRADED BELOW THE 30 DOLLAR PER BARREL MARK THIS WEEK FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2003. THIS IS AS TRADERS FEAR WANING DEMAND FROM
CHINA AND THE MARKET ANTICIPATING SANCTIONS LIFTED ON IRANIAN OIL EXPORTS.  
AND SUPPLIES ARE GROWING-- THE WEEKLY SUPPLY DATA SHOWING INVENTORIES OF CRUDE OIL HITTING NEW RECORD HIGHS. 

U.S. MEAT EXPORTS INCREASING:
MEAT EXPORTS LOOK TO BE PICKING UP. THE U-S MEAT EXPORT FEDERATION SAYS NOVEMBER PORK EXPORTS WERE UP 8 PERCENT OVER A  YEAR AGO, AND HITTING THE HIGHEST VOLUME SINCE MAY.  
BUT THE YEAR TO DATE TOTAL IS STILL LAGGING 2014.  AS FOR BEEF, NOVEMBER EXPORTS WERE DOWN 1 PERCENT, BUT DID HIT THE LARGEST VOLUME SINCE JUNE. 
MEAT EXPECTED TO REGAIN MOMENTUM IN EXPORTS:
THE EXPORT FEDERATION SAYS LOOKING AT 2016, IT EXPECTS BEEF AND PORK TO REGAIN MOMENTUM DUE TO LARGEST U-S PORK PRODUCTION AND GREATER MARKET ACCESS. 
NATIONAL WEATHER:
THOSE ARE THE HEADLINES...METEOROLOGIST MIKE HOFFMAN JOINS US NOW WITH WEATHER. MIKE, OLD  MAN WINTER REMINDED US HE WAS BACK THIS WEEK...

ROUNDTABLE TEASE:
THANKS, MIKE. SINCE I'VE BEEN OUT OF THE MARKETING  DISCUSSION FOR A COUPLE MONTHS, AND WE HAVE SO MUCH TO TALK ABOUT THIS WEEK, WE HAVE A SPECIAL ROUNDTABLE WITH THREE GUESTS. STEVE NICHOLSAN,
TED SIEFRIED AND CRAIG VANDYKE JOIN ME NEXT.  

JOHN’S WORLD:
 
WELCOME BACK. WE'RE NOW OFF TO JOHN'S FARM TO SEE WHAT'S GOING ON IN HIS WORLD. JOHN.  
DONALD TRUMP'S BIGGEST COMPETITOR FOR MEDIA ATTENTION LAST WEEK WAS CHINA. TO PUT IT MILDLY, THE CHINESE STOCK MARKET  STARTED THE YEAR OFF WITH FIREWORKS, DROPPING ABOUT 10 PERCENT OVER THE WEEK. WHILE THIS IS AN UNSETTLING DEVELOPMENT FOR FINANCIAL MARKETS AROUND THE WORLD, I AM STILL DUMFOUNDED CHINA ACTUALLY HAS A BUSTLING STOCK MARKET. MAO MUST BE SPINNING IN HIS GRAVE. EXPERTS HAVE SUGGESTED ALL KINDS OF EXPLANATIONS AND PREDICTIONS, BUT FOR US AGRICULTURE I WOULD OFFER THESE POINTS TO KEEP IN MIND. 
FIRST, CHINA IS OUR BIGGEST OVERALL TRADING PARTNER, BUT MOSTLY BECAUSE OF THEIR EXPORTS TO US. A SLOWDOWN THERE AND A WEAKER YUAN MAY INCREASE OUR ALREADY LARGE IMPORTS AND DIMINISH EXPORTS.   
SECOND, AG HAS MUCH AT STAKE. CHINA BUYS ABOUT $25B FROM OUR FARMS, OVER HALF AS SOYBEANS. 
THIRD, OUTSIDE OF AG, THE RISK TO OUR ECONOMY WOULD SEEM TO BE MANAGEABLE. AMERICANS DO NOT HAVE A LOT OF MONEY IN THE CHINESE STOCK MARKET. ACTUALLY, NEITHER DOES THE AVERAGE CHINESE - IT'S MOSTLY INSTITUTIONS LIKE PENSION FUNDS AND THE GOVERNMENT BUYING SHARES. SO A STOCK MARKET MELTDOWN THERE DOESN'T HIT CONSUMERS AS FAST OR DIRECTLY AS IN THE US OR EUROPE. 
THIRD, AS WE TALKED ABOUT A FEW WEEKS AGO, THE POPULAR DOLLAR INDEX WON'T ACCURATELY REFLECT THE EFFECT OF A CHINESE SLOWDOWN SINCE THE YUAN ISN'T INCLUDED. BUT IT WILL BE VERY DIFFICULT TO KEEP UP EXPORTS AS THE WORLD INCREASINGLY TURNS TO THE DOLLAR FOR SAFETY, MAKING IT MORE VALUABLE. 
FOURTH, ALL THOSE AMERICANS WORRIED ABOUT CHINA HOLDING U-S TREASURIES MAY BE RELIEVED TO SEE HOW FAST CHINA IS SELLING THOSE BONDS TO PROP UP THEIR ECONOMY AND CURRENCY.  
TEASE:
THANKS SO MUCH, JOHN. SEVERE FLOODING FORCED  SOME FARMERS TO SELL THEIR GRAIN NOT WHEN THEY WANTED, BUT WHEN THEY HAD TO. THAT'S OUR FARM  JOURNAL REPORT AFTER THE BREAK.  
SECOND HALF, OPENING HEADLINES:

FROM THE STUDIOS OF FARM JOURNAL BROADCAST, THIS IS U.S. FARM REPORT.  WELCOME BACK TO U-S FARM REPORT. HERE'S WHAT WE HAVE IN STORE FOR YOU OVER THE NEXT 30 MINUTES. 
FARMERS ALONG THE MIGHTY MISSISSIPPI ARE SELLLING GRAIN OUT OF NECESSITY, NOT WHEN THE PRICE IS RIGHT.  
WE'RE ON THE ROAD WITH MACHINERY PETE HEADING TO OHIO. 
AND JOHN ADDRESSES ONE VIEWER'S FEARS ABOUT  TERRORISM IN CUSTOMER SUPPORT. 
BLIZZARDS BULLY THE SOUTHWEST:
NOW FOR THE NEWS, AS SOUTHWEST FARMERS AND  RANCHERS CONTINUE TO DIG OUT FROM THE MASSIVE  BLIZZARD THAT HIT JUST AFTER CHRISTMAS, LOSSES ARE STEEP, BUT MAY NOT BE AS BIG AS ORIGINALLY THOUGHT. 
EARLY ESTIMATES PUT TOTAL LOSSES IN TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO AT ROUGHLY 40-THOUSAND HEAD. WHILE COUNTS ARE STILL COMING IN, THE TEXAS AND SOUTHWESTERN CATTLE RAISERS ASSOCIATION SAYS THEY'RE REVISING THEIR EARLY ESTIMATES LOWER. 
CATTLE LOSSES ONE CAUSE OF BLIZZARDS:
SHORTLY AFTER THE STORM THE ORGANIZATION SAID BEEF CATTLE LOSSES WERE BETWEEN 6 AND 8 THOUSAND HEAD IN TEXAS. 
IT'S NOW PUTTING THAT ESTIMATE AT BETWEEN 15-HUNDRED AND 2-THOUSAND. THAT DOESN'T INCLUDE LOCAL DAIRIES OR FEEDLOT  CATTLE. 
NEONICONTOIDS:

NOW FOR THE HEADLINES, A GROUP OF BEEKEEPERS, GROWERS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISTS WANT TO SEE SEEDS TREATED WITH NEONICONTOIDS TREATED AS PESTICIDES. A LAWSUIT BEING FILED AGAINST E-P-A ALLEGING THE DUST FROM THE COATED SEEDS HARM THE ENVIRONMENT, INCLUDING HONEY BEES AND BIRDS.  
OSHA COULD PLACE RESTRICTIONS ON FERTILIZER SALES:
NEW LEGISLATION OUT OF WASHINGTON COULD PREVENT THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, OR OSHA, FROM PLACING NEW
RESTRICTIONS ON FERTILIZER SALES. 
OSHA DECIDED TO CHANGE A RULE AND FORCE AG RETAIL LOCATIONS TO FOLLOW THE SAME CHEMICAL STORAGE REQUIRMENTS AS WHOLESALE FACILTIES.  
CRITICS SAID THIS WOULD CAUSE MANY RETAILERS TO STOP SELLING TO FARMERS AT RURAL LOCATIONS, IN TURN, CREATING SHORTAGES OF ANHYDROUS AMMONIA.  
MEASURE TO KILL WOTUS PASSES IN THE HOUSE, NOW THE PRESIDENT DECIDES:
THE HOUSE APPROVED A MEASURE TO KILL EPA'S WATERS OF THE U-S RULE ON WEDNESDAY.  THE VOTE WAS 255 TO 166. BUT NOW IT'S ON TO THE PRESIDENT, WHERE IT'S  EXPECTED HE'LL VETO THE BILL. HOUSE SPEAKER PAUL RYAN SAID THE VETO WOULD FORCE TEH PRESIDENT TO BE UP FRONT WITH THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ABOUT THE ADMINSTRATION'S POWER GRABS AND SETS THE STAGE FOR CORRECTING THESE ABUSES IN 2017.  

NEW AFBF PRESIDENT TAKES THE REINS:
 AFTER 16 YEARS AS PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN FARM BUREAU FEDERATION, BOB STALLMAN GAVE HIS FINAL ADDRESS THIS WEEK AT THE ORGANIZATION'S
ANNUAL MEETING IN ORLANDO. NOW, ZIPPY DUVALL OF GEORGIA WILL LEAD THE GROUP. HE WAS ELECTED THIS WEEK. DUVALL IS PRESIDENT OF THE GEORGIA FARM BUREAU AND A BROILER, CATTLE AND HAY PRODUCER. HE SAID HE'S HUMBLED AND WILL WORK HARD FOR FARM BUREAU.  

CAMPBELL GMO:
THE CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY IS SUBMERGING ITSELF INTO THE G-M-O LABELING DEBATE.  THE FOOD MAKER IS NOW PUSHING FOR NATIONAL MANDATORY LABELING OF FOOD PRODUCTS WHEN THEY CONTAIN GENTICALLY MODIFIED INGREDIENTS. CAMPBELL SAYS IT CONTINUES TO RECOGNIZE THAT GMO'S ARE SAFE. IT FEELS NATIONAL STANDARDS ARE NEEDED, TO PRE-EMPT AND SUPERCEDE ANY STATE STANDARDS.  
VERMONT WILL BE THE FIRST STATE TO REQUIRE GMO  LABELS. THAT LAW GOES INTO EFFECT IN JULY. 
HURRICANE ALEX:
SPEAKING OF WILD WEATHER, WE COULD SEE THE FIRST JANUARY HURRICANE SINCE 1938. THE RARE HURRICANE IS ALEX. THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER UPGRADED THE STORM'S STATUS THIS WEEK. THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON OFFICIALLY RUNS FROM JUNE FIRST TO NOVEMBER 30.  
NATIONAL WEATHER:
 THAT'S IT FOR NEWS...METEOROLOGIST MIKE HOFFMAN JOINS US NOW WITH THE NATIONAL FORECAST. MIKE, I THINK THIS HURRICANE NEWS JUST
PROVES WE CAN'T RULE ANYTHING OUT THIS YEAR.  
FLOOD WATERS ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER:
THANKS, MIKE. RESIDENTS ALONG THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER SAW A BRUTAL START TO THE NEW YEAR. FARMERS MAY BE ACCUSTOMED TO SOME FLOODING IN THE SPRING, BUT IT'S NOT USUALLY SOMETHING THEY DEAL WITH THIS TIME OF YEAR.  
IN THIS FARM JOURNAL REPORT, BETSY JIBBEN TAKES A LOOK AT A MARKETING MOVE MOST FARMERS ALONG  THE RIVER BOTTOM DIDN'T PLAN FOR, AND HOW THE  FLOODING IS BRINGING TIMELY LEGISLATION TO LIGHT.
2015 WAS A YEAR TO REMEMBER. JUST DAYS BEFORE 2016 BROUGHT A FRESH START, THE MIGHTY MISSISSIPPI LIVED UP TO ITS NAME DURING A WINTERY FLASH FLOOD THAT SWALLOWED CROPLAND  IN ITS WAY.  
FLOOD WATERS FORCE FARMERS HAND IN THE GRAIN MARKETS:
"FLASH FLOOD ON THE MISSISSIPPI? I'VE NEVER SEEN IT IN MY LIFE." 
GRAND TOWER ISLAND, MISSOURI FARMER ERIC DOZA LIVES AND FARMS ALONG THIS LEVEE WHERE WATER REACHED ALMOST 50 FEET LATE DECEMBER.  
WHILE HIS FARM ENDED UP SPARED, HE WASN'T GOING TO TAKE ANY CHANCES- HE SOLD ALL OF HIS GRAIN.  
"YEP, IT'S ALL EMPTY." > 
"WE HAD TO GO. WATER? IT DIDN'T MATTER."> 
FARMERS SAY THEY HAD A 3-TO 4 DAY NOTICE TO PREPARE AND MOVE THEIR BELONGINGS. TRUCK AFTER TRUCK- IT TOOK ALL NIGHT TO COMPLETELY EMPTY THEIR BINS.   
WET WEATHER COULD IMPACT FARMERS IN THE SPRING:
SOME SAY IT'S LIKELY THOSE EXTREME WET CONDITIONS WILL  IMPACT CENTRAL CORN BELT FARMERS WELL INTO SPRING.  
FARMERS HOPE SITUATION BRINGS LIGHT TO RIVER’S INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS:
FARMERS DID LOOK TO APPLY SOME FALL NITROGEN THERE. GROWERS ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF THIS FLOODING ARE  GOING TO SUFFER MORE THAN THOSE ON THE WESTERN SIDE,"> 
AS THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES ARE GAINING NATIONAL ATTENTION, AG LEADERS HOPE IT COULD CAUSE MORE FOCUS ON THE RIVER'S 
INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS.  
THE NEW SPENDING BILL MAY HELP WITH INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS. THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS RECEIVED A BIG BOOST-OF 6 BILLION DOLLARS- A 27 PERCENT INCREASE ABOVE THE PRESIDENT'S BUDGET REQUEST.  
TEASE:
WHEN WE COME BACK, WE'RE SENDING IT BACK TO JOHN PHIPPS.  
<TERRORISM, HOW MUCH FEAR IS THE RIGHT AMOUNT> 
PRE-EMERGENCE CORN HERBICIDE.>

 JOHN’S COMMENTARY:
A COUPLE WEEKS' AGO, JOHN DID A COMMENTARY ON TERRORISM, SPARKING  QUITE THE RESPONSE FROM  VIEWERS, PROVING IT'S A SENSITIVE TOPIC FOR MANY.  JOHN JOINS US TODAY TO ADDRESS ONE OF THOSE  EMAILS. JOHN.  
GREG GRONEWOLD FROM CARTHAGE, ILLINOIS WAS - IN  HIS WORDS - "APPALLED" AT MY COMMENTS ON THE RISK OF TERRORISM. PLEASE READ HIS ENTIRE E-MAIL ON OUR WEBSITE, BUT HERE IS ONE PART: 
"THERE IS A HUGE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "AFRAID", "FEAR", OR "HYSTERIA" WHEN COMPARED TO MY PERCEPTION OF WHAT IS TAKING PLACE, LIKE  "PRUDENCE", "CAUTION", AND "INFORMED"…WITH RURAL AMERICA BEING MORE SPARSELY POPULATED, ARE WE MORE WILLING TO ACCEPT A "LONE WOLF" ATTACK BECAUSE THE NUMBER OF CASUALTIES WILL BE LESS THAN IN A MASS ATTACK IN AN URBAN AREA?  I AM NOT…LET'S NOT CONFUSE THE REACTION OF THE  AMERICAN PEOPLE, OR ATTEMPT TO DOWNPLAY THE POTENTIAL BY STATING THAT IT IS "APPROXIMATELY  ZERO", AS STATED IN THE COMMENTARY." 
GREG, THANK YOU FOR YOUR REPLY. MANY AMERICANS SHARE YOUR CONCERNS, BUT I'M PRETTY SURE WE  WON'T FIND MUCH TO AGREE ON. RECENT STUDIES  SHOW THAT OUR RESPONSE TO TERRORISM RISK IS FILTERED THROUGH OUR POLITICAL BELIEFS, REGARDLESS OF ANY EVIDENCE. MORE IMPORTANTLY,  THE ACTUAL RISK OF DEATH MATTERS MUCH LESS THAN WHO CAUSES THE DEATH. FOR EXAMPLE, IN THE LAST DECADE 24 AMERICANS HAVE BEEN KILLED BY JIHADIST TERRORISTS HERE AND ABROAD. 
MEANWHILE WE NOW AVERAGE 50 AMERICANS SHOT  EVERY YEAR BY TODDLERS UNDER THE AGE OF THREE.  
I CANNOT GRASP HOW APPLYING A ZERO-TOLERANCE APPROACH TO JIHADIST TERRORISM SHOULD BE ANY MORE IMPORTANT THAN ZERO TOLERANCE TO TODDLER  SHOOTING DEATHS. BUT EVEN MAKING THAT COMPARISON ENRAGES MANY WHO FIND IMPORTANCE IN THE POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THREATS.  
THIS IS WHY WE USE THE TERM TERRORISM. OUR FEAR ESCALATES TO IRRATIONAL TERROR DEPENDING ON THE NATURE THE THREAT - NOT THE ACTUAL RISK.  
HISTORY SUGGESTS SUCH FEARS ARE NEVER REALLY  LAID TO REST, BUT SIMPLY GO OUT OF STYLE AND ARE  REPLACED BY OTHER PERCEIVED RISKS. I FIND THIS PATTERN THIS ODDLY COMFORTING, AND WISH THERE WERE MORE WAYS TO SHARE THAT RESPITE. 
MAILBAG:
THANKS, JOHN.  
AND REMEMBER, IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR  COMMENTS, YOU CAN SEND JOHN A NOTE. JUST EMAIL  US AT MAILBAG AT U-S FARM REPORT DOT COM. 

TEASE:
WHEN WE COME BACK, WE'RE KICKING OFF A NEW  SERIES FEATURING EQUIPMENT TRENDS AND MACHINERY PETE.  

MACHINERY PETE ON THE ROAD:
ON THE ROAD WITH MACHINERY PETE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY JOHN DEERE. NEW OR USED JOHN DEERE DELIVERS PERFORMANCE THAT PAYS. 
WE'RE STARTING A NEW SEGMENT HERE ON U.S. FARM REPORT. IT'S CALLED ON THE ROAD WITH MACHINERY  PETE. WE'LL HEAR DIRECTLY FROM THE GUY I LIKE TO CALL THE MACHINERY ENCYCLOPEDIA... MACHINERY PETE. BUT WE'LL ALSO LEARN ABOUT THE EQUIPMENT TRENDS IMPACTING VARIOUS REGIONS OF THE  COUNTRY. OUR FIRST STOP IS LONDON, OHIO WHERE CLINTON GRIFFITHS CAUGHT UP WITH DEALERS AND FARMERS AT THE LOCAL JOHN DEERE DEALERSHIP, J-D EQUIPMENT.  
MACHINERY PETE KICKING OFF THE WINTER AUCTION SEASON IN LONDON OHIO. 
 MACHINERY PETE TEASE:
NEXT MONTH, WE'LL TRAVEL TO AMARILLO TEXAS AND GET A GLIMPSE OF WHAT THEY'RE SEEING IN OKLAHOMA AND THE TEXAS PANAHDLE. WHEN WE COME BACK, TRACTOR TALES AND OUR COUNTRY CHURCH SALUTE...PLEASE STAY WITH US. 
 
TRACTOR TALES:
WELCOME BACK TO TRACTOR TALES.  WE HAVE A SPECIAL JOHN DEERE THIS WEEK FROM THE SHOW-ME-STATE.  WHILE SEARCHING A SCRAP YARD FOR  TRACTOR PARTS, RICHARD CAME ACROSS THIS JOHN DEERE MODEL A.  WHILE IT MAY GIVE HIM TROUBLE FROM TIME TO TIME, RICHARD SAYS HE STILL LOVES TO HEAR THAT PUT, PUT, PUT. THIS IS A 1951 JOHN DEERE A HIGH CROP. 

CHURCH SALUTES:
THIS WEEKEND WE'RE PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE LANGELOTH {LANG-LOTH} COMMUNITY CHURCH IN LANGELOTH, PENNSYLVANIA, CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF SERVICE.

TEASE:
STAY WITH US. TYNE'S BACK WITH CROPWATCH NEXT.  
CROP WATCH: 
WELCOME BACK. WELL, MIKE, THERE WASN'T A SHORTAGE OF THINGS TO SHOW IN CROPWATCH WHILE I WAS GONE. AND WE HAVE A FOLLOWUP ABOUT THE
BLIZZARD IN TEXAS. 
CLOSING:
 WELL FOR JOHN AL MIKE BETSY AND LCINTON, I'M TYNE MORGAN THANK YOU FOR WATCHING U.S. FARM REPORT.  
 BE SURE TO JOIN US RIGHT HERE AGAIN NEXT WEEK, AS WE WORK TO BUILD ON OUR TRADITION. HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND, EVERYONE.  

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