Friday, February 5th, 2021 Video and Audio Podcast

***AUDIO ONLY VERSION*** On today’s show, Jesse Allen has our market recap and analysis heading into the weekend. Grains were mixed on the session with wheat leading higher; livestock trade was mixed with good strength in lean hogs again today.

We also talk about potential tax law changes under the Biden Administration with Chad Hanson of Corporate Farmer. You can watch the video above or hear it in the audio version of the show today. Learn more at www.corporatefarmer.com!

And, it’s our February Progressive Agriculture Foundation Safety Message as we talk burn awareness with Jana Davidson. Watch that video below or hear it in the audio version of today’s show. Learn more at www.progressiveag.org!

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