Market to Market July 5, 2002 (#2743)
Stories From This Episode
Rural Township Incorporates To Fight Suburban Sprawl
(Jul 5, 2002) 1.2 million acres of American farmland are lost to urban sprawl every year. But suburban growth has not only changed the face of farming. It affects the entire rural community.
White Paper Offers Answers to GMO Market Woes
(Jul 5, 2002) Council on Foreign Relations Study Group studies worldwide opinion of GMO
Bulls Return To Trading Pits
(Jul 5, 2002) The Holiday shortened trading week gave grain and oilseed traders a brief respite from the first serious bull market in years.
Farm Bill Could Fuel Alternative Energy
(Jul 5, 2002) Lloyd Ritter, Majority Counsel, Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee: "The department of energy, DOE, estimates tripling the use of biomass could provide up to 20 billion dollars in new income for farmers and rural areas and...
Market Analysis: Jul 05, 2002
(Jul 5, 2002) The grain markets finished a volatile week on the upside due to widespread weather concerns as dry, hot weather continues across the grain belt.
Market Plus: Jul 05, 2002
(Jul 5, 2002) Two great guests tonight and some good comments at a critical time. We face our greatest risk in agriculture when prices are the highest and we are seeing higher prices in the grains.
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