Market to Market May 11, 2012 (#3737)
USDA's latest estimates on agricultural supply and demand reveal rising stockpiles and falling prices. A South Dakota beef company lays-off hundreds in the wake of what's been called "a smear campaign". A Vermont farm operated by the same family for more than two centuries delivers the goods in the "Big Apple". Market analysis with Jamey Kohake. (27:45)
Stories From This Episode
Eighth Generation Vermont Farm Creates Unique Mobile CSA
(May 11, 2012) The Holton Family has been farming in New England for over 200 years. To keep the agriculture legacy going, the next generation of farmers come up with a unique CSA model, calling it the Holton Farm Truck.
Beef Processing Plants To Close in 3 States Over Controversy
(May 11, 2012) A South Dakota beef company says it plans to close processing plants in three states because of the controversy surrounding a product critics call "pink slime."
WASDE: More Corn Left Over, Prices Tumble
(May 11, 2012) The impact of record April corn planting was readily apparent in the Agriculture Department's latest estimates on domestic agricultural supply and demand.
Market Analysis: Jamey Kohake
(May 11, 2012) Analyst Jamey Kohake discusses the volatile commodity markets with host Mark Pearson.
Market Plus Video: Market Analyst Jamey Kohake
(May 11, 2012) Market Analyst Jamey Kohake discuss the commodity markets with host Mark Pearson.
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