Market to Market May 23, 2003 (#2837)
Stories From This Episode
Dollar Declines; Foreign Currencies React
(May 23, 2003) The decline in the dollar may be just what the doctor ordered for the moribund U.S economy in general … and for export-sensitive industries like agriculture in particular.
Everglades Cleanup Extended
(May 23, 2003) For years, environmentalists have blamed the sugar industry for many of the problems besieging Florida's Everglades.
Canadian Mad Cow Causes Stir
(May 23, 2003) Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, or B-S-E, first appeared in England in 1986.
Market Analysis: May 23, 2003
(May 23, 2003) The grain markets finished the week sharply lower -- a breather after a strong bullish run.
Market Plus: May 23, 2003
(May 23, 2003) Logging on is what it's all about Virgil. We want to talk about maybe logging onto some soybean sales. We talked about new crop on the show briefly. Let's talk about getting some new crop soybeans priced.
Meat Safety (Part 2 of 2)
(Aug 15, 2003) According to the Centers for Disease Contol, every year in the United States, there are approximately 76 million cases of foodborne illness, resulting in 325,000 hospitalizations, and 5,000 deaths. In this, the second of two episodes...
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