Market to Market June 29, 2001 (#2642)
Stories From This Episode
Protection Through Soybeans
(Jun 29, 2001) U.S. sources consume only half of the annual harvest. New innovations are helping to make beans more lucrative and helping some to "mold" their future.
Markets Up On Downgraded Harvest Prospects
(Jun 29, 2001) The abandonment of a million acres of Kansas wheat has not only sped the harvest in that state, but it's also affected the government's 2001 crop projections.
Busy Week for Courts
(Jun 29, 2001) A Supreme Court decision this week said mandatory product advertising, paid from the mushroom commodity check-off program, violates the First Amendment right of free speech.
South Sees Struggling Cotton, Catfish Competition
(Jun 29, 2001) Dogged by huge stockpiles, lagging exports and weak textile demand, cotton prices have fallen to their lowest levels in 15 years ...
Market Analysis: Jun 29, 2001
(Jun 29, 2001) The grain markets finished the week as the trade awaited some surprising government numbers.
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