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The Ag News Daily podcast is compilation of the latest agricultural news in one convenient 30 minute talk show styled run down. Combined with fascinating interviews from folks all across the industry, the AND podcast aims to be your daily dose of agricultural news!

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Mike gets to fly solo again to the Quad City Farm Show, today, and speaks with Clint Endress about precision planting.

Mike stands alone in today's episode and gets the run down of this past year's planting season with Matt Greenout from Minnesota.

Mike and Delaney were able to sit down with Jenna Rodriguez from Ceres Imaging and learn all about aerial imaging and how farmers are implementing this new technology on their operations.

Lots of snow in the midwest and along the east coast predicted for this weekend. And, while there may be some movement in the House, the shutdown is still holding steady. Also, Duane Steenhoek and Tim Meyer from the Iowa Cattlemen's Association sit down with Delaney.

As the shut down continues, Delaney travels to Georgia while Mike is stuck in Iowa and waiting on the incoming snow. We were also able to sit down with Dr. Patrick Biggs about the color and importance of eggs!

Our intern, Madison, joins Mike on the podcast, today, and was even able to share her thoughts on the latest news in agriculture and even women in agriculture. All while speaking with Ed Beaman about the scoop on the U.S. Soybean Export Council.

We have another #TechTuesday here with a whole lot of news and some discussion on recent advancements in the BioTechnology world with an interview from Chad Snipes.

Today is another #MarketMonday where we sit down with Naomi Blohm!

Well it's finally Friday! Snow is moving in to much of the great plains and midwest, and many farmers will firing up their tractors to put them in snow removal duty - so we thought we'd check in with the Association of Equipment Manufacturers and see how farm machinery sales went in 2018 and we'll look ahead to 2019 with Curt Blades, their senior vice president of ag machinery for the group.