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Farm & Food Security Scrutinzed By Congress
(Nov 28, 2003) When it comes to terrorism in the post-September 11 era, food and agriculture gained just a fleeting moment in the media ...
U.S. Farm Interests Wary of Chinese Textile Quotas
(Nov 28, 2003) The decision to employ the trade safeguards was the first step to imposing import quotas on Chinese textiles in three categories: knit fabrics, brassieres, and cotton dressing gowns and robes.
Medicare Passes With Rural Benefits
(Nov 28, 2003) Lawmakers worked late hours in a tireless effort to push a compromise Medicare bill through Congress before the November holiday recess.
Market Analysis: Nov 28, 2003
(Nov 28, 2003) A potential trade war with China and tight world supplies have pushed most of the markets into narrow trading ranges.
Market Plus: Nov 28, 2003
(Nov 28, 2003) Sue Martin is with us this week, it's always exciting to have Sue here. And Sue, the soybean market has been one that's got a lot of people guessing about what's ahead, a lot of people trying to figure out what's the best way to go. Some time...
Dairy State Farmers Claim #1 Cranberry Slot
(Feb 20, 2004) 250 Wisconsin cranberry producers grow 60% of the nation's tiny red fruit
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