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Farming Smack in the Middle of Detroit?
(Sep 3, 2004) The Catherine Ferguson Academy is a Detroit public high school for pregnant and parenting teens. Paul Weertz, an agriscience teacher at the school, has developed a small farming program, complete with chickens, bees, rabbits, goats and horses....
WTO Rules Against Byrd Amendment
(Sep 3, 2004) The Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000, also known as the Byrd Amendment, awards U.S companies a percentage of fines received for imported products dumped on the domestic market.
On the Campaign Trail During Republican Convention
(Sep 3, 2004) President Bush: "Fellow citizens, I'm honored by your support and I accept your nomination for president." Gearing up for his acceptance speech at the Republican Convention in New York Thursday night, President Bush made a campaign stop in the...
Market Analysis: Sep 03, 2004
(Sep 3, 2004) A warming trend in the Grain Belt has diminished frost worries, leaving the trade to focus on private crop estimates.
Market Plus: Sep 03, 2004
(Sep 3, 2004) I'm Mark Pearson, pleased to have with me this week our senior market analyst John Roach, Roach Ag. And John, let's talk about this corn market.
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