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Market to Market May 18, 2007 (#3237)


In the News

  • China Sees No Further Sign of Tainted feed
    (May 18, 2007) SHANGHAI, China (AP) — China says checks on food exporters have turned up no sign of a chemical blamed for the deaths of cats and dogs in North America, and urged U.S authorities to refrain from further action against Chinese producers.
  • Bill Promotes Alternative Crops for Cellulosic Ethanol
    (May 18, 2007) AP - Iowa Democratic Senator Tom Harkin is co-sponsoring a bill that would provide incentive for farmers to produce alternative crops to create the next generation of ethanol, which is now made largely from corn.
  • Ramped-up Ethanol Production Fuels Construction Boom
    (May 18, 2007) DORCHESTER, Neb (AP) - Other than two bars and a bank, there's little activity on Washington Street here.