Last week was Dakota Fest ---with thousands attending in Mitchell.
This week -- the State Fair Opens in Huron ---- with promises for the future for a new exhibit hall.
It's YOUR Agri-Business will wrap up last week and preview Fair Week.
Jim Woster--Tri-State Neighbor -- helps us set the stage for the August 28th-September 1st run --
Rick Shields our Mid-west Communication Farm Director -- reacts to word that more rail cars have been assigned to move the grain in the mid-west.
Duane Mellema--Billions helps us with the 2015 Ram 1500 Quad Cab Expre3ss 4 x 4 that is part of the 24 month lease giveaway thru Kelo-News Talk.
The Starks -- Howalt McDowell are on the road in the Twin Cities. More conferencing plus more talk about rail cars, coverage and Howalt University from the sponsors of IGROW.org.
Peter Nielsen--SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Director helps us discuss the importance of 4-H and who's coming to Huron this week.
Rocky Boer and Roger DeRouchey ---helped us so much with the Dakota Fest in Mitchell. They reflect and project ahead on the bumper crop and what it means for consumer confidence in credit going into the final 4 months of 2014.
Rock Nelson--International Trade Director for Sioux Falls shares another trade story today --Cal Stengel is President and Owner of Stengel Oils in Milbank--we'll talk about what they do and why the vegetable oils are so important to our area and the world.
Loren Noess is the Chair for the State Fair Foundation -- big interest this week is the funding for the new exhibit hall -- scheduled to open in 2015 --- and the difference it will make to all of us.
We'll hear from Scott Varilek--Kooima Kamingk, Craig Markhardt Advana Mortgage, Todd Neuberger with Edward Jones with the morning quotes of the day. The Farmer's Daughter has the take on what's important on the farm.
It's YOUR Agri-Business ---10-11 Monday.