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Trade, Legislative Issues Top 2004 Rural Agenda
(Jan 2, 2004) From global trade issues to bipartisan legislative matters, the rural agenda for 2004 is ripe with contentious issues.
USDA Unveils New Meat Inspection Rules
(Jan 2, 2004) On Tuesday, one week after the first reported case of Mad Cow disease in the United States was announced, Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman unveiled new guidelines for cattle slaughter.
Beef Industry Looks to Future
(Jan 2, 2004) Despite some flagging demand for product in the Northwest, it appears U.S consumers are not concerned about the single case of BSE affecting the nation's food supply.
Cattle prices react to Mad Cow outbreak in the U.S.
(Jan 2, 2004) For the first time in a week, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange's live cattle futures pit on Tuesday was packed with traders shouting bids and offers.
Market Analysis: Jan 02, 2004
(Jan 2, 2004) In a week where the livestock pits were getting battered by Mad Cow news, grain and oilseed markets were recovering from the previous week's losses.
Market Plus: Jan 02, 2004
(Jan 2, 2004) Pearson: Welcome to the Market Plus segment here at our Market to Market Web page, I'm Mark Pearson.
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