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This week on AgweekTV, we'll take a closer look at the future of soybean crushing in North Dakota with two big plants on the horizon. We'll visit the southern Red River Valley, where corn planting is finally getting started. We'll begin our "Follow A Farmer" series once again, where we'll meet a 22-year-old ag engineering graduate who's beginning her career as a full-time farmer. And a well-known group that helps farmers in need is at the mercy of Mother Nature.
This week on AgweekTV, cool wet weather continues to keep farmers out of the fields. We learn about a dairy farm in northwest Minnesota that is struggling to bounce back after the drought of 2021. We'll meet a South Dakota farmer with an unusual musical and family collaboration. And we'll take you to a Minnesota house made from a grain bin.
This week on AgweekTV, the cold, wet spring may mean more prevented plant acres this year. Grand Farm announces its new permanent location for its Innovation Center. A Minnesota FFA chapter is being nationally recognized for its work on mental health. And we'll visit a Suffolk sheep farm that's bringing the pasture right to your pizza.
This week on AgweekTV, spring flooding is taking a toll on parts of our region. We're in western Minnesota, where spring planting has started with a few acres of wheat. We'll tell you about how an ag finance career led to a maple syrup business. And we examine if the abnormal snow and cold could have long-term effects on calves born this spring.

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This week on AgweekTV, we'll see how the blizzard in North Dakota impacted ranchers in the midst of calving and what it could mean for the state's drought status. We'll find out about the possible impact avian influenza could have on all poultry products. The region's dairy producers call for a change in their commodity's pricing. And we get to know a non-profit that allows people to have their hand in agriculture.
This week on AgweekTV, the Biden administration will allow summer sales of E15. Some residents of Casselton, North Dakota, are concerned about plans for a soybean processing plant. We'll look at how today's wild economics affect one of the region's important salvage part and scrap businesses. And we'll visit a diversified cattle operation in Minnesota.
This week on AgweekTV, high path avian influenza continues to spread. We'll look at the impact. USDA announces disaster relief for livestock producers. A container shortage that affects specialty crops has gotten worse in the last six months. And we feature a cattle operation that's perfected BetterFed Beef.
This week on AgweekTV, the Proposition 12 case moves to the Supreme Court, and we'll find out what it means for the entire ag industry. Barley growers look at the pet food market as a lucrative alternative. We'll find out what farmers intend to plant this spring with high commodity prices heating up the acreage battle. And the North Dakota State vet students give kids a chance to be a vet.
This week on AgweekTV, China falls short on it phase one commitments, so what's next? We'll tell you about a Minnesota company that's making it faster for farmers to get loaded up with fertilizer. USDA appointments are being finalized in the region. And we'll take you to the Midwest Poultry Federation Convention to get an update on high path-avian influenza.
This week on AgweekTV, USDA announces a new program to ease the pain of high fertilizer prices. The price of hay is up, as well as the quality. The Great Resignation comes to the farm. And a growing list of new soybean processing plants are in the works as the low-carbon fuel market explodes, but will there be enough beans?

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This week on AgweekTV, we head to Rochester, Minnesota, for the 40th annual Agweek Farm Show. Agriculture looks for supply solutions with Black Sea exports shut down. A cutting-edge vet clinic is attracting new clients and new vets to the business. A Minnesota farm is rebuilding, with the help of some friends and neighbors, after a devastating fire. And with record high fertilizer prices, farm groups push for an investigation.
This week on AgweekTV, We'll find out what the Russian invasion of means for the U.S. grain and oilseeds markets. The war drives fertilizer prices to record highs. A major carbon pipeline project makes a big announcement. We'll look at a rare cattle family in the Red River Valley. And we'll take you to the largest organic farming event in the country.
This week on AgweekTV, we're at this year's Northern Corn and Soybean Expo with the hottest topics among growers for 2022, including the future of carbon markets. We'll look at the shipping challenges that have plagued agriculture and when they might ease. Another tragic death in a grain bin has experts urging safety. And we'll have the outlook for global meat exports.

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