Market to Market May 17, 2002 (#2736)
Stories From This Episode
Drought Worst In Decades
(May 17, 2002) The drought situation in the Plains and some Western states continues to worsen.
Weather slows planting in East, Raises Fears of Climate Change in West
(May 17, 2002) Feed grains and oilseed markets found some support this week in the form of stronger export demand.
Bush Signs Farm Bill; Trade Partners Cry Foul.
(May 17, 2002) Even before President Bush put his signature on the 2002 farm law, U.S trading partners were decrying what they called its protectionist tenor.
Market Analysis: May 17, 2002
(May 17, 2002) Uncertainty about the weather was the key factor in markets this week.
Market Plus: May 17, 2002
(May 17, 2002) This is the May 17 edition of Market to Market, Market Plus. We're here with Wayne Newton. Wayne, in the program we talked about the problems that drought is having on the wheat market and the wheat producers and how that is affecting livestock...
Minnesota Woman Blames Large-Scale Hog Operation For Family Illnesses
(Aug 16, 2002) Prodded by an increasingly mobilized rural population, federal and state lawmakers have been stiffening laws and strengthening enforcement of livestock operations that pose a threat to water quality.
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