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The Cub tractor has been a particular pleasure for Wayne Aspengren to collect and display.
This week on AgweekTV, we'll visit a unique, multi-generational seed potato company. The USDA unveils its plan to finance close to $3 billion worth of climate smart ag projects. Ag labor reform is being called for during an ag industry worker shortage. And our Agweek Corn and Soybean Tour continues.
StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler discusses the warm weather as autumn sets in, as well as the impact of hurricane season, on the AgweekTV agriweather forecast.
StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says it looks like a mild, dry fall, but there are some chances for precipitation and colder temperatures. His AgweekTV agriweather forecast looks at the next two weeks in the northern Plains.
This week on AgweekTV, we're at the Big Iron Farm Show in West Fargo, North Dakota. We'll get you caught up on all the happenings with our team of reporters. The market for farmland is as hot as it's ever been. We talked to the FSA administrator, and he wants your input on how to improve farm programs and services. And we'll meet the farmer behind Molly Yeh's "Girl Meets Farm."
StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says there are a few signs of fall now, including temperatures becoming more mild, if not cool. Parts of the region also could get some needed rain in the coming weeks.

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This week on AgweekTV, we look at a strong rural rescue program, and an unusual rescue kit. A community comes together to help farm families during their time of need. New cases of avian influenza continue to be reported in the region. And we'll visit a North Dakota dairy that gives its customers a taste of the Netherlands.
This week on AgweekTV, North Dakota ranchers cut out the middle man and sell their own quality beef. Our Agweek Corn & Soybean Tour will check out crop conditions in North Dakota and Minnesota. A $1 million technology partnership involves North Dakota ag powerhouses and the USDA's Agricultural Research Service. And we'll visit a farmer who shares his love for canola through social media.
StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler said it's tough to find the fall weather and rain in this hot start to September, but it might get more mild toward the middle of the month.

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