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Pollen Drift Creates Havoc For Some Specialty Corn Crops
(Jan 16, 2004) As more and more identity preserved corn markets are created, farmers need to watch out for unwanted pollen drift from neighboring fields.
Spending, Energy Bills Front and Center
(Jan 16, 2004) The U.S Senate is scheduled to reconvene on Tuesday and there's no shortage of thorny issues awaiting lawmakers.
Beef Exports Lag as BSE Probe Continues
(Jan 16, 2004) While the discovery of a single case of mad cow disease in Washington State is having a limited effect at the local meat counter, the situation continues to wreak havoc on the U.S export market.
Crop Numbers Moved The Market This Week
(Jan 16, 2004) Low inflation rates are important to the economic recovery, especially with wage and income growth so sluggish. But there are some sectors of the economy enjoying profitable times, including U.S. grain and oilseed producers who this week gained...
Market Analysis: Jan 16, 2004
(Jan 16, 2004) The bulls were well fed this week, first by USDA's crop reports and then by news of Chinese interest in U.S wheat.
Market Plus: Jan 16, 2004
(Jan 16, 2004) I'm Mark Pearson, always thrilled to have with me, Sue Martin, one of our regular market analysts talking about these markets.
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