MIDDAY-MidwestDigest-11-22-17

Max Armstrong talks about his Thanksgiving nap. (audio)

Think that NAFTA doesn’t matter to you? Think again. One of biggest potential casualties is also one of our favorite consumer products: Cheap high-panel, flat-screen TVs, which are assembled in factories in Mexico. If we can’t figure out something with Mexico, production will likely shift to Asia and those TVs won't be so affordable anymore.

Chad Colby is back from Germany and he will be with Max at The Ag Data conference in Iowa. It isn’t necessary to upgrade to iPhone X, but newer may be better, Chad says.

As we prepare to dine on big meal tomorrow and feel nap coming on, National Turkey Federation wants you to know all those carbs may be more responsible for that nap. That’s not a bad thing, either, as Max welcomes that nap.

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