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Market to Market September 19, 2008 (#3403)


In the News

  • New CEO of Raided Meatpacker Says Change is Coming
    (Sep 19, 2008) DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- The new chief executive officer of Agriprocessors, the kosher meatpacker targeted in an immigration raid and accused of child-labor violations, said Thursday that his company will make fundamental changes.
  • Genetically Altered 'Super Chicken'
    (Sep 19, 2008) WASHINGTON (AP) -- Super Chicken strutted a step closer to the dinner table Thursday.
  • Program Helps Fishermen Turn Junk Gear into Power
    (Sep 19, 2008) Boston (AP) -- When fishing gear is lost off boats, it's not really gone.
  • Midwest States Join Transmission Effort
    (Sep 19, 2008) PIERRE, S.D (AP) - South Dakota has joined Iowa and three other states to try to develop a regional electric transmission system that will foster increased wind energy development.
  • Ike's Remnants Batter Crops
    (Sep 19, 2008) LOUISVILLE, Ky (AP) -- From Texas rice farms to Midwest cornfields, some farmers in the path of Hurricane Ike's remnants saw profits sink as strong winds battered crops.