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  • Market to Market (June 10, 2011) (#3641)

    Full Program: Inhabitants of the Missouri River Watershed prepare for record flooding. Despite a significant decline in acreage, USDA still predicts a bumper corn crop. And when combined with tight supplies and... 27:45

  • Market to Market (June 03, 2011) (#3640)

    Full Program: Mother Nature continues her season of discontent with record flooding on the Missouri River. Budget hawks target farm programs in hopes of stemming the rising tide of government red ink. And a... 27:47

  • Market to Market (May 27, 2011) (#3639)

    Full Program: A presidential candidate launches his campaign -- and blasts subsidies for renewable fuels. In a slightly faster race, increased blends of ethanol power NASCAR drivers to the winner's circle.... 27:45

  • Market to Market (May 20, 2011) (#3638)

    Full Program: The Mississippi River escapes its banks, threatening lives and livelihood in the south. Further north, cool wet conditions bring spring planting to a halt in the eastern corn belt. And we'll meet... 27:42

  • Prince Charles Touts Locally Grown Agriculture (#3636)

    Charles, Prince of Wales, a consistent critic of genetically modified crops and strong proponent of organic agriculture, painted a bleak picture for domestic and foreign users of water in his... 04:47

  • Market to Market (April 22, 2011) (#3634)

    Full Program: A Midwest ethanol plant takes its algae operation to the next level. The head of the Environmental Protection Agency tells farmers the EPA is not targeting agriculture. Mother Nature delays spring... 27:45

  • Market to Market (April 15, 2011) (#3633)

    Full Program: Environmental watchdogs sound the alarm over soil erosion in a key agricultural state. House Republicans and the Obama Administration unveil plans to reign-in government spending. And the U.S. trade... 27:46

  • Market to Market (April 8, 2011) (#3632)

    Full Program: Industry experts champion agriculture's increasing role in U.S. energy policy. Congress hits the brakes on EPA efforts to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. Market to Market examines the economic... 27:44

  • Market to Market (April 1, 2011) (#3631)

    Full Program: The Agriculture Department releases its official guesstimates on spring planting intentions. President Obama unveils plans to cut America’s oil imports by one-third over the next decade. And for... 27:44

  • Market to Market (January 21, 2011) (#3621)

    Full Program: We examine how leaders of the world’s two largest economies are finding common ground on matters of trade; discuss questions facing the Secretary of Agriculture on rules relating to genetically... 27:44

  • Market to Market (January 7, 2011) (#3619)

    Full Program: President Obama approves a multi-million dollar overhaul of the nation's food safety system. A new year brings new faces to key leadership positions in Washington and a new challenge for ethanol.... 27:44

  • Market to Market (December 31, 2010) (#3618)

    Full Program: Strong demand pushes commodity prices and Midwestern farmland values to lofty heights. Change is in the wind for a leading energy producer which plans to greatly expand its renewable portfolio.... 27:45

  • Market to Market (December 24, 2010) (#3617)

    Full Program: The outlook for commodity prices is bright, and new data suggest recovery may be on its way to Main Street. A coalition of automakers files suit against EPA over its authorization of 15 percent... 27:45

  • Not Just a Christmas Nut (#3617)

    Market to Market talks to chestnut growers who believe the meaty nut usually associated with Christmas deserves to be enjoyed year round. 06:28

  • World Food Prize 2010

    Full Program: David Beckmann and Jo Luck receive the 2010 World Food Prize at the ceremony held in Des Moines, Iowa. 01:30:25

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