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AgweekTV full show: What crops could be money-makers

This week on AgweekTV: It could be hard to make a profit this year. We'll tell you what crops could be money-makers. We'll also take you inside the sixth-largest ethanol plant in the nation to see how the corn-based fuel is made. And consumer dem...

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Mustard field. Reuters file photo.

This week on AgweekTV: It could be hard to make a profit this year. We’ll tell you what crops could be money-makers. We’ll also take you inside the sixth-largest ethanol plant in the nation to see how the corn-based fuel is made. And consumer demand for bison is increasing. Hear from one man who started raising bison as a hobby and now has more than 250 head.

 

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