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AgweekTV Full Show: Carbon pipeline concerns, New Roots, Kerosene Annie, soybean crush plant

This week on AgweekTV, farmers raise concerns about the proposed carbon pipeline in our region. We'll tell you about a co-op that is benefiting some of America's newest farmers. A kerosene tractor takes center stage at this year's Steam Threshers Reunion. And a North Dakota soybean crushing plant breaks ground.

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This week on AgweekTV, farmers raise concerns about the proposed carbon pipeline in our region. We'll tell you about a co-op that is benefiting some of America's newest farmers. A kerosene tractor takes center stage at this year's Steam Threshers Reunion. And a North Dakota soybean crushing plant breaks ground.

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