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Agweek Podcast learns about Palmer amaranth in cattle feed and compares 2020 and 2021 planting

The Agweek Podcast covers a cattle producer who is dealing with Palmer amaranth that was in his cattle feed and comparing the planting seasons of 2020 and 2021 with a North Dakota grower.

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In this week's episode, we get the latest from Mikkel Pates on a cattle producer who is dealing with Palmer Amaranth that was in his cattle feed.

We also talk with North Dakota grower Jason Schatzke to compare the planting seasons of 2020 and 2021.

Connect with host Mike Spieker at mspieker@agweek.com or on Twitter @Beet_Reporter .

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AgweekTV: Palmer amaranth found in western Corn Belt

Palmer amaranth from sunflower screenings could cost North Dakota cattleman $30K per year

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