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Agriculture Market Analysts Are Coming Back To Campus For A Live Recording Of The “U.S. Farm Report”













CARBONDALE, ILL.
   For the second year in a row, Tyne Morgan and a group of agriculture analysts are coming back to Southern Illinois University Carbondale for a live taping of the “U.S. Farm Report” on July 16.
   SIU Carbondale is partnering with Legence Bank and American Farm Mortgage & Financial Services to co-host the event, which offers farmers, researchers and agriculture professional’s valuable updates and stories.
   As the longest-running syndicated agriculture television program, the “U.S. Farm Report” regularly addresses rural agriculture topics.     Owned by Farm Journal Media and hosted by Morgan, the program airs weekly on Saturday and/or Sunday.
   Open to the public
   Set for the SIU Student Center Ballrooms, the program allows community members to hear first-hand from market analysts, along with joining the action in a question and answer segment. The event begins at 3:30 p.m.
   This event is free and open to the public. Participants will have a chance to ask questions to two esteemed market analysts, Chip Nellinger with Blue Reef Agri-Marketing and Bob Utterback with Utterback Marketing, along with John Kurtz, president and CEO of Kurtz Auction and Realty.
   “What a chaotic year already has 2019 has been historic in several ways,” said Morgan, who hosts U.S. Farm Report. “An unexpected rally in the corn market created prices more than $1 better than we saw just a couple months ago. With so much volatility and uncertainty surrounding the markets and crop yields, we are bringing in two veteran market analysts to wade through the tough topics that need to be discussed in detail right now. They say volatility creates opportunity, so we’ll get into not only the opportunity in the market, but possible risks in the months ahead.”
   Schedule includes exhibits and panels
   The program is set to begin at 3:30 p.m. with registration and a vendor exhibit, including local agriculture businesses. The LIVE taping will begin at 4 p.m., with a Q&A to follow. The vendor exhibit will reopen at 5:30 p.m. ∆

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