Coming up on AgweekTV, the trade war escalates between the U.S. and China. Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue offers an update on the Department of Agriculture's Trade Assistance package. We'll tell you about an unusual financial meltdown for a grain elevator in Grant County, Minnesota. And we'll talk about the grain storage crunch with low grain prices, here from Husker Harvest Days.
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Michelle Rook talks to Peterson Farms Seed President Carl Peterson about the company's recent field day, what's coming up in seed technology and the importance of being an independent, family-owned company.
Kristi Van Ahn joins Michelle Rook on AgweekTV to talk markets, harvest, basis and more.
Our coverage here at Big Iron is being brought to you by Superior Grain Equipment. And joining us is Dave Wehlander and Trever Meier.
Technology is quickly changing the business of farming. On this week's Ag Tech Minute, we learn about a new local software company that's helping agri-business be more efficient. Becky Newell: Stoneridge is a software consulting company that helps businesses run their companies. At Levridge, we're taking that same idea, on the products that Stoneridge supports and building out software specific to agricultural space.
USDA Under Secretary Bill Northey was here at Big Iron to talk about farm programs and provide details of the recently announced market facilitation program. Mikkel Pates caught up with him to get the details. To read more about Northey's time at Big Iron, click here.
This week on AgweekTV, we're at the 38th annual Big Iron Farm Show in Fargo, with updates on trade and why the number of international guests is down at this year's show. We'll talk with USDA Undersecretary Bill Northey about the trade aid program, and we'll have analysis of the USDA Supply and Demand Report.
Meteorologist Andrew Whitmyer gives this week's agriweather outlook on AgweekTV.
Todd Hultman joins AgweekTV's Michelle Rook to talk about the Sept. 12 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report and its impact on the corn market, as well as the outlook for other crops.