The worst drought in 50 years is pushing grain and oilseed prices into record territory.
This week on a special edition of Market to Market, we’ll examine the economic impact of drought with a panel of experts.
- Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey is a fourth-generation farmer from Spirit Lake.
- Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss examines conditions in rural parts of a dozen states each month to compile Rural Main Street Index.
- Sue Martin, Commodity analyst, was among the first women in her field, and she’s been a fixture on Market to Market for decades.
- Jamey Kohake, a relatively new addition to the Market to Market “stable” of analysts, Jamey is commodities broker with Paragon Investments in Topeka Kansas.
We'll explore the following topics:
- Grain Marketing
- Option Strategies
- Impact on Main Street
- Impact on Wall Street
- Yield prospects
What is your question?
We’ll devote the entire program to the Great Drought of 2012.
Join us this weekend for discussion on these topics impacting rural America and onto Wall Street.