Thursday, September 22nd, 2022 Video and Audio Program

A busy lineup on Thursday’s show! We discuss the market trade after Thursday’s session. Wheat found more support while row crops were quietly mixed and livestock trade was lower. Bryan Doherty, Senior Market Advisor at Total Farm Marketing, joins us to discuss the trade. Learn more online at

Also, David Widmar of Agricultural Economic Insights joins us to discuss inflation, the rising U.S. dollar, cash basis and more. Learn more about them and their research at

We also discuss the sunflower crop and the sunflower industry as we near harvest with John Sandbakken, Executive Director of the National Sunflower Association. Learn more online at

Today’s show is brought to you in part by Growmark/FS; learn more at


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