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  • 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 (March 18, 2011) (#3629)

    Full Program: Shockwaves from Japan's catastrophic earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis ripple through the global economy. House lawmakers ponder the impact of environmental regulations on American... 27:48

  • Market to Market (March 11, 2011) (#3628)

    Full Program: Despite record U.S. exports, America's cavernous trade gap widens. House lawmakers ponder the impact of EPA regulations on agriculture. And the markets factor USDA's latest estimates on global... 24:45

  • Market to Market (March 4, 2011) (#3627)

    Full Program: Producers of "the other white meat" unveil their "other new slogan..." Global food prices are on the rise, but rather than blame farmers, the U.N. says it's all about the oil. A new study reveals... 24:46

  • Market to Market (February 25, 2011) (#3626)

    Full Program: Lawmakers from Washington to Wisconsin beat the budget drums for spending cuts. Strong agricultural trade figures boost exports. And political unrest in the Middle East creates a roller-coaster... 27:45

  • Market to Market (February 18, 2011) (#3625)

    Full Program: House lawmakers examine potential anti-trust issues in the livestock sector. The world's largest agricultural equipment manufacturer enjoys a hefty increase in quarterly profits. An agency... 27:47

  • Market to Market (February 11, 2011) (#3624)

    Full Program: The head of the Fed tries to ease inflation worries. A trade agreement takes one step closer to ratification. And the latest ending stocks report brings out the bulls. Those stories and market... 27:45

  • 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 (August 6, 2010) (#3549)

    Full Program: Commodity prices rally, despite private estimates of record U.S. corn and soybean production. BP makes progress in the Gulf, but a hypoxic area known as the "Dead Zone" continues to grow. Despite... 24:46

  • Market to Market (July 30, 2010) (#3548)

    Full Program: Torrential rains in the Midwest flood rural communities and decimate farmland. New research suggests the demise of key government supports for ethanol would have little impact. "Cap and trade" is... 27:46

  • Iowa Democratic Candidates for the U.S. Senate (#3738)

    Full Program: The three candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for United States Senate are the guests on a one-hour edition of Iowa Press. Roxanne Conlin (D-Des Moines), Tom Fiegen (D-Clarence), and Bob... 57:53

  • Market to Market (April 9, 2010) (#3532)

    Full Program: The government releases its latest estimates on global agricultural supply and demand. The United States and Brazil finally work out the fine print on a long-standing trade dispute. And a Creighton... 27:49

  • The Tall Grass Whispers (#102)

    Full Program: This program examines the ever-changing relationship between two distinct cultures--Native American and white. 29:15

  • Market to Market (January 15, 2010) (#3520)

    Full Program: U.S. corn and soybean producers take productivity to a whole new level. The American Farm Bureau sounds the alarm on proposed cap-and-trade legislation. And after being decimated by the global... 27:44

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