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Agweek Podcast Episode 16 talks Precision Ag Summit with Delore Zimmerman

We made it to Episode 16! This week's episode features more on the stories we teased last week, including the expansion of natural gas availability to more rural homes, South Dakota townships trying to leave their counties over new livestock regu...

We made it to Episode 16! This week's episode features more on the stories we teased last week, including the expansion of natural gas availability to more rural homes, South Dakota townships trying to leave their counties over new livestock regulations and a new livestock sale barn opening up in Bismarck, N.D. This week's guest is Delore Zimmerman, PhD., from Praxis Strategy Group who is helping to put on the upcoming Precision Ag Summit in Jamestown, N.D., next week.

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Agweek and AgweekTV stories discussed on this episode include Natural gas seen as a solution for wet grain , SD townships make historic move to break from Yankton County and Bismarck Livestock hosts crowds for first sale .

For more on the Precision Ag Summit, visit https://www.precisionagriculturesummit.com . Some of the other links Delore discussed include http://www.praxissg.com and http://www.praxissg.com/praxis-africa .

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