Market to Market July 6, 2001 (#2643)
Stories From This Episode
GMO Use On The Rise
(Jul 6, 2001) Genetically modified organisms can carry a stigma. But as the technology is applied to more products, its use is becoming more widespread.
Wheat Harvest Continues Despite Prices
(Jul 6, 2001) Even though market prices hardly encourage it, the nation's winter wheat harvest is progressing northward.
Farmers Dump Irrigation For Cash
(Jul 6, 2001) Nearly 440 irrigators in southern Idaho have agreed to turn off their pumps in return for a check.
Price Disclosure Under Estimated Prices
(Jul 6, 2001) USDA says cattle producers lost between $15 million and $25 million because of errors in the government's new system for reporting livestock prices.
Host of Factors Cause Low Cotton Prices
(Jul 6, 2001) The cotton industry has been hit by record production levels and decreased worldwide demand.
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