Market to Market May 25, 2001 (#2637)
Stories From This Episode
Teaching Risk Management
(May 25, 2001) With ever-narrowing margins in agriculture, making ends meet can be difficult. But a Texas A&M extension program is helping producers understand the tools available for risk managment and taking extension programs to what some have called "a new...
Planting Almost Finished; Wheat Struggles
(May 25, 2001) As the end of May approaches, 90 percent of the nation's corn crop has been planted.
Changing Parties, Farm Bill Focus
(May 25, 2001) Realizing that he disagreed with the fundamental tenants of the Republican Party, Vermont Senator Jim Jeffords ended a 26-year affiliation with the party of Lincoln.
Exports Could Be Hindered
(May 25, 2001) Plagued by downturns in the French and German economies, the Euro has moved to six-month lows, dimming U.S export prospects and hurting American businesses that rely on European sales.
Market Analysis: May 25, 2001
(May 25, 2001) The grain markets finished the week under pressure as the trade continues to worry about excess production in 2001.
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