Market to Market June 1, 2001 (#2638)
Stories From This Episode
Producers move forward with risk management skills in hand
(Jun 1, 2001) Risk management is quickly becoming a way of life for agriculture. Two graduates of the Texas A&M Extension Master Marketer Program are using the skills they acquired to manage risk in slightly different ways.
Water Problems Plague West
(Jun 1, 2001) With snow-pack at record lows and rainfall below normal, Montana ranchers are going through their second consecutive year of severe drought.
Farm Prices Remain Gloomy
(Jun 1, 2001) The price prospects for farm country remain gloomy.
Harkin Pushing Conservation
(Jun 1, 2001) The Conservation Security Act is designed to work in conjunction with other federal conservation programs and doesn't take money away from other federal conservation plans.
Market Analysis: Jun 01, 2001
(Jun 1, 2001) The grain markets finished the week higher as the trade continued to track the poor condition of the US wheat crop and concerns about delayed development of the corn crop.
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