Market to Market November 1, 2002 (#2808)
Stories From This Episode
Oregonians Vote on Labeling Proposal
(Nov 1, 2002) Because they vote by mail Oregonians are already voting on ballot Measure 27. If enacted all food in Oregon containing even trace amounts of genetically altered material would be required to be labled.
Conflicting Factors Weigh On Bean Market
(Nov 1, 2002) Soybean futures tracked higher again this week as traders in the pits sorted through a series of conflicting price factors.
Ag Nemesis Overproduction Harasses Grape Industry
(Nov 1, 2002) The scenario is familiar, high prices drive increased production leading to oversupply and depressed prices.
Michigan Court Rules Pork Checkoff Unconstitutional
(Nov 1, 2002) Larry Ginter: "Today is a great day for agriculture because hog farmers across the U.S are taking a big step towards reclaiming our industry." In April of ‘99, the Campaign for Family Farms, armed with piles of petitions, announced they had enough...
Market Analysis: Nov 01, 2002
(Nov 1, 2002) Markets were feeling the pressure of harvests, but generally holding up well.
Market Plus: Nov 01, 2002
(Nov 1, 2002) With us this week, Virgil Robinson. And Virgil, on the show we were talking about what is good for a corn producer out there. You mentioned, you know, we've got that last 25-30% of this corn crop coming in. You're starting to see basis weaken....
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