Market to Market September 7, 2001 (#2652)
Stories From This Episode
Conservation, Non-traditional Crops Take Front Seat in Farm Bill Debate
(Sep 7, 2001) To the agricultural producers who do not receive the bulk of federal aid, the current system seems inherently unfair.
U.S., Mexico Coordinate on Contamination
(Sep 7, 2001) The U-S is making inroads in the trade world.
Historical Trend Still Alive In Current Farm Bill
(Sep 7, 2001) A preview of the coming farm bill debate may well have been the farm relief package passed by congress on the eve of its august recess.
Dwindling Surpluses and Tight Budget Cast Cloud Over Farm Bill
(Sep 7, 2001) In the midst of a lethargic economy, budget constraints make passage of the next Farm Bill uncertain.
Market Analysis: Sep 07, 2001
(Sep 7, 2001) The grain markets finished the week under pressure as the trade anticipates better yields in the grainbelt.
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