Market to Market July 19, 2002 (#2745)
Stories From This Episode
Drought, Demand Propel Markets Higher
(Jul 19, 2002) Action in futures trading pits continues to be driven by the weather.
Farm Groups Object to Possible Farm Bill Changes
(Jul 19, 2002) This week in Washington, leaders of seven major agricultural groups, including the American Farm Bureau and the National Corn Growers Association, met to express their concern over the prospect of changes to the 2002 farm law.
Meat Recall Changes FSIS Policy
(Jul 19, 2002) The presence of E Coli in the meat was confirmed by Department of Agricuture inspectors on June 19.
Market Analysis: Jul 19, 2002
(Jul 19, 2002) It was a bullish week in the pits of the Chicago Board of Trade on concerns about the weather's impact on 2002 production.
Market Plus: Jul 19, 2002
(Jul 19, 2002) Our analyst this week is Tomm Pfitzenmaier with Summit Brokerage in Des Moines. Tomm, we talked about these weather markets and the opportunities that they provide. I mean, we are in it, tell us what to do. What should a producer be doing right...
Organic Farmer Runs Frozen Food Operation
(Oct 25, 2002) For nearly 60 years, a Minnesota farm family has been raising organic crops, processing and freezing them for the organic frozen food market.
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