Market to Market February 7, 2003 (#2822)
Stories From This Episode
New Technology Speeds Broadband Access
(Feb 7, 2003) As rural areas look for solutions to broadband access, a new technology is showing promise...without wires.
Fischler Talks EU
(Feb 7, 2003) While addressing reporters at the National Press Club, Fischler hit two of the hot-button issues facing world agriculture; genetically modified crops and subsidies.
HACCP Plans Suspect; USDA Threatens Action
(Feb 7, 2003) A recent review of 35 large meat packing facilities by the U-S Department of Agriculture reveals problems with many of the Hazardous Analysis Critical Control Point, or HACCP, plans at those facilities.
Drought Aid Depends on Federal Budget Cuts
(Feb 7, 2003) The lack of snow pack in much of the mountain west is feeding worries on the plains.
Market Analysis: Feb 07, 2003
(Feb 7, 2003) The grain and oilseed markets finished the week in a mixed fashion.
Market Plus: Feb 07, 2003
(Feb 7, 2003) This is Doug Hjort on Market Plus. We're going to talk a little bit about feeder cattle, we didn't address it in our regular program, the broadcast very much. So, feeder cattle have had a very interesting year but not such an interesting week.
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