Welcome to Iowa Public Television! If you are seeing this message, you are using a browser that does not support web standards. This site will look much better in a browser that supports web standards, but it is accessible to any browser or Internet device. Read more on our technical tips page.

Iowa Public Television

 

Market to Market

Episode #3938

A White House Task Force convenes in The Heartland to prepare a response to climate change… And farmers work with urban interests to improve water quality in a leading agricultural state… Those stories and market analysis with Naomi Blohm. [27 minutes] Closed Captioning

Watch This Episode Online

This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.

PBS Video

News & Announcements

All IPTV news »

Series Description: MARKET TO MARKET will continue the tradition that's made it one of the longest-running series on public television and the longest-running agricultural program anywhere - solid reporting about the issues that challenge agriculture and expert analysis of major commodity markets that fuel the economic engine of rural America. Despite the fact that agriculture and rural enterprises represent important sectors in nearly every state's economy, rural America's stories are given scant attention by the nation's traditional media. That's why MARKET TO MARKET'S broad range of reporting - from global trade conflicts to environmental controversies to new technologies to emerging rural economic initiatives -- is so important. As important are the series' experienced market analysts who provide thoughtful insight about price trends and offer strategies to help producers and processors cope with changing times. Mike Pearson returns as host and is nationally recognized for his agribusiness acumen and rural expertise.

« Upcoming Episodes

All Episodes

  • Estate Tax Reform (#201)

    [27 minutes]

  • Republican Agricultural Policy (#202)

    [27 minutes]

  • Democratic Agricultural Policy (#203)

    [27 minutes]

  • Lock and Dam 26 (#204)

    [27 minutes]

  • Lock and Dam 26 #2

    [27 minutes]

  • Harvest Progress/Poultry Rules/Japan Apples/Euro-Acid Rain (#206)

    [26 minutes]

  • Year End Review (#239)

    [27 minutes]

  • Cranberries (#2310)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Deep Springs (Rpt) (#2311)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Ill. Beef School (Rpt) (#2312)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Mn Premium Milk (#2313)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Northeast Dairy Compact (#2314)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Year Ender (#2315)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Hogs In Review (#2316)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Nd Pasta Up-Date (Rpt) (#2317)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Irradiation (#2318)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Mn Niche Farmers (Rpt) (#2319)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Farmers Markets (Rpt) (#2320)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Organic Cotton Up-Date (#2321)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Food Grade Soybeans (Rpt) (#2322)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Farm & Ranch Mgmt School (#2323)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Northeast Dairy Compact (#2324)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Shift to Durum Wheat (#2325)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Brazilian Farm Economy (#2326)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Mn Township Vs Big Hogs #1

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Mn Township Vs Big Hogs #2

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Horizon Organic Dairy (#2329)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Texas Rice/Birders (#2330)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Irradiation (Rpt) (#2331)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Crim Stream Restoration (Rpt) (#2332)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Everglades Restoration (#2333)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Farm & Ranch Mgmt School (Rpt) (#2334)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Organic Cotton (Rpt) (#2335)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Florida Winter Veggies Vs Mexico (#2336)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Optimum Bio-Food (#2337)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Lamb Farmers #1

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Community-Owned Railroad (#2339)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Northeast Dairy Compact (#2340)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Durum Wheat Shift (Rpt) (#2341)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Texas Eco-Tourism (Rpt) (#2342)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Better Way - Hogs #1

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Low Impact Pork Production #2

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Bion Manure Solution (#2345)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Food Bank Farm (Rpt) (#2346)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Everglade Restoration (Rpt) (#2347)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Fla Veggies Vs Mexico (Rpt) (#2350)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Organic Mentoring (#2351)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Changing Co-Op Trends (#2352)

    MARKET TO MARKET enters its twenty-third year on public television. Now broadcast in 25 states on nearly 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the longest-running nationally syndicated television program covering agriculture and rural affairs. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to all rural Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the deregulation of electric utilities, the impact of gambling on rural economies, and the emergence of a new generation of farmer-owned, community-based co-operatives. The program has tracked the contentious and litigious issues of large-scale livestock production. It has reported on significant industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, changing futures contracts, internet marketing and a host of new ventures ranging from mushroom farming to aquaculture. MARKET TO MARKET has reported on new technologies ranging from genetically altered seeds, satellite farming systems, toxin-eating plants, and the science behind Mad Cow Disease and new meat safety standards. It has examined the potential for industrial hemp and other fibers as substitutes for the nation's dwindling forest and petroleum resources. As the fortunes of rural communities and family farms become more interdependent, the need for information in rural America is becoming more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET, and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2401

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2402

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2403

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2404

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2405

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2406

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2407

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2408

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2409

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2410

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2411

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2412

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Border Protests / Commodity Slump / Pork Contracts (#2413)

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2414

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2415

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2416

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2417

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2418

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2419

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2420

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2421

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2422

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2423

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2424

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2425

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2426

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2427

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [25 minutes]

  • Episode #2428

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2429

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2430

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2431

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2432

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2433

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2434

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2435

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2436

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2437

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2438

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2439

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2440

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2441

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2442

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2443

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2444

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2445

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2446

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2447

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [25 minutes]

  • Episode #2448

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [25 minutes]

  • Episode #2449

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2450

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2451

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2452

    Now broadcast in 23 states on more than 90 public television stations, MARKET TO MARKET is the only nationally distributed television program practicing serious journalism on issues of concern to rural Americans. The program continues to grow in importance to the nearly 60 million citizens of Rural America. Unlike mainstream media, MARKET TO MARKET understands agriculture and the rural economy. Not only does the program provide timely news and market analysis to the agricultural community, it is an important source of information to rural and urban Americans on a wide range of issues. In the past year, MARKET TO MARKET viewers have seen reports on the corporate metamorphosis of giant chemical companies to bio-based conglomerates offering patented crops that will change the diets of Americans and the economy of Rural America. They have been informed of a myriad of trade issues, the growth of rural enterprises to develop industry that adds value to locally grown commodities, and multi-pronged efforts to "re-engineer" endangered environments. The program continues to track the contentious and litigious issue of large-scale livestock production as the controversy spreads from rural courthouses to Congress. MARKET TO MARKET is the only national broadcast program that reports regularly on industry trends like the growing market for organic produce and products, explains the importance of the changing market for financial derivatives, and examines the science that promises to make food safer. As the fortunes of rural communities, family farms, and urban consumers become more interdependent, the need for information becomes more critical. There is no other program like MARKET TO MARKET and it is only broadcast on PBS stations. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2501

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2502

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2503

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2504

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2505

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2506

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2507

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2508

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2509

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2510

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2511

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2512

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2513

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2514

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2515

    1. NEWS SEGMENT: reports include: Knox county Illinois case; early in December Ill. Supreme Court ruled counties cannot zone farms, no matter the size of the farming operation. Now Illinois Attorney General is suing the Knox county farm for health violations. Other news items include initial reaction from grain merchandisers over the merger of giant rail companies in the U.S. and Canada and the continuing controversy surrounding the use of irradiation in meat processing and the court challenge to how the USDA may enforce its meat safety rules. 2. In-depth feature story: profile of Cincinnati, Ohio effort to utilize the waste from its urban forests, turning old or fallen trees into valuable products. 3. Market analysis: week's trends for major commodities; guest is Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2516

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2517

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2518

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2519

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2520

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2521

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2522

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2523

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2524

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2525

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2526

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2527

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2528

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2529

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2530

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2531

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2532

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2533

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2534

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2535

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2536

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2537

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2538

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2539

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2540

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2541

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2542

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2543

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2544

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2545

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2546

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2547

    [25 minutes]

  • Episode #2548

    [25 minutes]

  • Episode #2549

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2550

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2551

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2552

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2601

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2602

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2603

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2604

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2605

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2606

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2607

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2608

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2609

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2610

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2611

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2612

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2613

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2614

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2615

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2616

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2617

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2618

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2619

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2620

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2621

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2622

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2623

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2624

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2625

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2626

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2627

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2628

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2629

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2630

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2631

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2632

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2633

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2634

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2635

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2636

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2637

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2638

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2639

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2640

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2641

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2642

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2643

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2644

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2645

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2646

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2647

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2648

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2649

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2650

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2651

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2652

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2701

    MARKET TO MARKET is one of the longest running series in public television. In September 2001 it will begin its 27th season. It is broadcast on more than 70 public stations in 23 states and reaches viewers in more than 30 states. In the past year, mainstream media have reported alarm over European Mad Cow disease, Hoof and Mouth; the controversy over genetically altered organisms, world trade issues, and food safety and information technology. MARKET TO MARKET has reported routinely on these matters for years. It has long provided the viewers of subscribing stations with a weekly intelligence report that is appreciated by both urban and Rural Americans. Despite the fact agriculture and rural enterprises represent important sectors in nearly every state's economy; media do not pay much attention to agriculture or concerns of the rural population. Programmers, please note the enclosed MARKET TO MARKET coverage graphic. You will see that MARKET TO MARKET provides an important opportunity to reach this audience that other media are not. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2702

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2703

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2704

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2705

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2706

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2707

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2708

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2709

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2710

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2711

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2712

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2713

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2714

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2715

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2716

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2717

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2718

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2719

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2720

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2721

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2722

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2723

    STORIES: Senate Farm Bill, Iowa CAFO Air Quality Study FEATURE: Urban Sprawl #2: New Town in Illinois BUMPERS: Cuban Embargo and U.S. Farm exports, Florida Veggie Tourism ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2724

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2725

    Storeis: Farm #'s, Mad Cow and Hoof and Mouth Return, CAFO's/Water Quality, Egg Plant Siting (IA), Nitrogen Study. [24 minutes]

  • Drought Prospects,Fb Progress,Cafo Legis Up-Date (#2726)

    [24 minutes]

  • Farm Bill Conference Committee/Immokalee Workers V (#2727)

    [27 minutes]

  • Fram Bill Conf. Comm./Poultry & Steel Trade with R (#2728)

    STORIES: Farm Bill Conference Committee, Poultry and Steel Trade with Russia, CAFO Regs. Iowa FEATURE: Branded Beef Ventures BUMPERS: Stinky Fungus/pesticide, Sunflower Tires ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Planting Intentions Report, Iowa Omnibus Cafo Legi (#2729)

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2730

    STORIES: IA CAFO Legis, Ruskie Poultry Ban, EU antibiotic Ban FEATURE: G-M-O status report BUMPERS: Macdonald's beef imports, Nutraceuticals ANALYST: John Roach [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2731

    STORIES: Planting progress and Supply/Demand #'s, Farm Bill Conference Committee, Iowa CAFO Legislation FEATURE: Raccoon River Nitrate Story BUMPERS: Bovine Beds, Wheat in Space ANALYST: Walt Hackney, Doug Jackson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2732

    STORIES: Planting progress, Meat Market Drop, Farm Bill Stalemate FEATURE: Equal Exchange BUMPERS: Catfish in School Lunches, Indestructible Military Sandwich ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2733

    STORIES: Planting progress, Energy Legislation, Canadian/U.S. Wheat Conflict FEATURE: American Growers (rpt) BUMPERS: Dairy v. Diabetes, Soy in School Lunches ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2734

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2735

    STORIES: Planting Progress and Markets, Senate Farm Bill Passage FEATURE: Imokalee Workers Movement BUMPERS: Hemp Fashions, Corn Silk Natural Pesticide ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2736

    STORIES: Planting Progress and Markets, Drought and grazing buyout proposal, Farm Bill and Trade ramifications FEATURE: ValAdCo BUMPERS: Pork on a Stick, Bees for Bombs ANALYST: Wayne Newton [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2737

    STORIES: Planting, Weather, Market React, Trade under next Farm Bill FEATURE: Web Produce Marketing BUMPERS: Featherless Chickens, Web farm subsidies ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2738

    STORIES: Markets, Planting & Drought, Red Meat Price Spread, Medicare Reform & Rural Hospitals FEATURE: Branded Beef Ventures (update) BUMPERS: Seeds in Space, New Jersey Crop Shift ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2739

    STORIES: Crops, Drought & Floods, Bush at Pork Expo, Co-op Structure & Farmland Fallout FEATURE: Farm Share BUMPERS: Plum Pox Virus, World Hunger Summit ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2740

    STORIES: Drought, Crop and Harvest Progress, Trade Fallout from Farm Bill FEATURE: Organic Trends (rpt) BUMPERS: Montana Futures Trading Game ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2741

    STORIES: Drought & Crop Progress, Canadian Farm Subsidies, Trade, New Ergonomic Standards (proposed) FEATURE: Goat Cheese Venture BUMPERS: Heinz Organic Ketchup, Carbohydrate Diet ANALYSTS: Walt Hackney, Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2742

    STORIES: Drought, Crop Prod #'s, Food Safety/Homeland Security, Health Care Purchasing Alliance FEATURE: Urban Sprawl #1 (rpt) BUMPERS: Soy Beef, Nuts for Heart Health ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2743

    STORIES: Drought & Market responses, Bio-tech acres, Wind Power Prospects FEATURE: Urban Sprawl #2 BUMPERS: Hand Held Food Sensor, Nettle Farming ANALYSTS: Doug Jackson, Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2744

    STORIES: Markets & Weather E.U. Farm Policy Overhaul Husbandry Practices FEATURE: North Dakota Halal BUMPERS: Organic Pesticide Residue Cattle Genome ANALYST: Wayne Newton [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2745

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2746

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2747

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2748

    [24 minutes]

  • Episode #2749

    [24 minutes]

  • Episode #2750

    STORIES: Drought & Markets, Global Warming & Food Prices, Biotech Oversight FEATURE: Log Chain Apiary BUMPERS: Ultrasound Hog Manure, Web Farm Retirement ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2751

    STORIES: Drought & Heat in Texas, Congress -PNTR, HAACP Meat Safety Dispute FEATURE: Immokalee Workers (Up-date) BUMPERS: Chicken Feather Circuit Boards, Caffeine Lotion versus skin cancer ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2752

    STORIES: Drought Aid, Pork Price Plunge SETUP: Coffee Prices FEATURE: Equal Exchange (rpt) BUMPERS: Soy Foam, New McDonald's Fries ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2801

    STORIES: Drought Aid, USDA Crop Production #'s/Wheat Markets FEATURE: G-M-O Status Report (rpt) BUMPERS: Atomic Produce, Microwaveable sweet corn packaging ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2802

    STORIES: Harvest Progress, Wheat Seeding/Haying & Grazing, Veneman Hearing on '02 Farm Bill FEATURE: Northern Prairie Chevre (rpt) BUMPERS: Cesar Chavez Stamp, School Lunch Blueberries ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2803

    STORIES: Harvest Progress, South Dakota Farm Politics, ConAgra Quits Meat/USDA Meat Safety FEATURE: Organic Trends (rpt) BUMPERS: Healthy Fast Food, Cooking with Iron ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2804

    STORIES: Private Crop Estimates, Dockworker Lockout/Calif. Medication Law, French OK Brit Beef/Emmpak Recall FEATURE: Red Tomato BUMPERS: Fried Food Carcinogen, Machine Vision ANALYSTS: Walt Hackney, Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2805

    STORIES: USDA Harvest Forecast, West Coast Dock Strike, Oregon Measure 27 (G-M-O Labeling) FEATURE: Chef Nora and her Organic Supply Chain BUMPERS: Soy Foam, New McDonald's Fries ANALYSTS: Doug Jackson and Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2806

    STORIES: USDA Harvest Forecast, Listeria Outbreak, New Organic Rules FEATURE: Apiary Enterprise BUMPERS: Port Strike Benefits Charities, Soy Milk/School Lunches ANALYSTS: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2807

    STORIES: USDA Harvest Progress, North Dakota Wheat Economy, Rice Economy, Biotech Pharm Practices FEATURE: SnoPak Profile (rpt) BUMPERS: USDA Food Link, PDA Hand Held ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2808

    STORIES: Harvest Pressure/Export Demand, Grape Glut, Pork Checkoff Ruling FEATURE: Oregon GMO Labeling BUMPERS: Anti-Cancer Milk Fat, Candy Corn History ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2809

    STORIES: Harvest Pressure/Export Demand, Election Policy Shifts, Irradiation FEATURE: Rural Broadband BUMPERS: Bottle Water Sales, Carbon Sequestration on the Range ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2810

    STORIES: USDA Harvest #'s, SA Soy Prod./Impact on Markets, Prodigene Listeria and USDA FEATURE: Whispering Pines Beef BUMPERS: Rural Sperm Count, Corn Tires ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2811

    STORIES: Harvest Progress, Market Outlook, Brazilian Exports Cranberry Glut FEATURE: Rural Wireless Venture BUMPERS: Grass Seed Flour, Chinese Hog Fertility ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2812

    STORIES: Harvest Progress, Brazilian Planting Progress, Beef Prices, NAFTA/Mexican relations FEATURE: North Dakota Halal (rpt) BUMPERS: Rap Wrappers, Extra Hardy Rice ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • First of Two Parts Examining The Development of Lo (#2813)

    The weekly Journal of Rural America This week: first of two parts examining the development of local food systems STORIES: State Governments Eye Tobacco Proceeds to Shore Up Budgets, Poultry Producer Woes, NAFTA Fallout FEATURE: Local Foods Part 1 (New Season's - Portland, OR) BUMPERS: Cow Art, SoyScreen ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2814

    STORIES: Supply/Demand, California Water Flap FEATURE: Local Food Movement (rpt) BUMPERS: Consumption Trends, Tobacco Gene Mapping ANALYST: John Roach [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2815

    STORIES: Corporate Food and Biotech Earnings, Farmland Values, New CAFO Rules FEATURE: Profile Farm to Chef Direct Market Venture BUMPERS: Senate Fair Trade Coffee, Christmas Tree Sales trends ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2816

    STORIES: Farm Asset Trend, EU G-M-O Rules FEATURE: Red Tomato Market Co-op BUMPERS: Cuban G-M-O Sugar, New MacBurgers ANALYSTS: Virgil Robinson and Doug Jackson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2817

    STORIES: Some NAFTA Tariffs Expire, Canada Vows to Place Restrictions on GMO Wheat, New Restrictions on Off-Road Diesel Emissions, California Loses Some of Colorado River Supply FEATURE: Outlook for Rural America in 2003 BUMPERS: Corn Beer, Electric Chickens ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2818

    STORIES: Drought Impact, USDA Supply/Demand Report and Market Reaction, Russian TRQ's (Tariff Rate Quotas) on Meat Imports FEATURE: Manning, Iowa (Up-date) BUMPERS: American Obesity Trends, Vegetable Oil Cleans up Groundwater ANALYSTS: Walt Hackney & Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2819

    STORIES: Barge Delays, Drought, China Exports -- Market impact, Biotech use and resistance problems FEATURE: ValAdCo (up-date/court settlement) BUMPERS: MacDonald's Court Settlement with Vegetarians, Tenderness Gene ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2820

    STORIES: Drought, Drought assistance (Congress), Court Ruling on Packer Ownership (Iowa law) FEATURE: Branding Beef to Fit Niches (up-date) BUMPERS: Super Sizing Meals at Home, Web Site for Organic Price Reporting ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2821

    STORIES: Drought, Drought Assistance (Congress), Court Ruling on Packer Ownership (Iowa Law) FEATURE: Honey Venture (up-date) BUMPERS: Cloning for Better Cheese ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2822

    STORIES: Drought, Disaster Assistance (Congress), Meat Inspections, EU Farm Subsidy and G-M-O Policies (Franz Fischler) FEATURE: Rural Wireless Development (up-date) BUMPERS: Economic Downturn and Better Health, Ultrasound and Cotton ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2823

    STORIES: Budget v. Conservation Spending, Country of Origin Labeling (NPPC Proposal) FEATURE: Profile of Organic Valley (formerly CROPP) BUMPERS: Waxy Wheat, Whole Grains v. Diabetes ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2824

    STORIES: Drought, Western Corn and Beef Belt, Organic Dilution, Conservation Budget Cuts, Payment Limits FEATURE: Profile of Chef Nora and Farmer-Direct Sourcing (rpt) BUMPERS: Fat V Alzheimer's, Avian Flue DNA Marker ANALYSTS: Walt Hackney & Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2825

    STORIES: Introduction of New G-M-O Corn, Organic Dilution Flap FEATURE: Part #1 of Local Agriculture Markets (rpt) BUMPERS: Japanese Baby/Senior Food ANALYSTS: Wayne Newton and Doug Jackson [24 minutes]

  • Episode #2826

    STORIES: Rising Market Demand for Grains, EU trade and G-M-O Posture FEATURE: Part #2 of Local Agriculture Markets (rpt) BUMPERS: Soy oil hair gel ANALYST: John Roach [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2827

    STORIES: Federal Budget, EPA Lawsuit, Food Safety Questions and Legislation FEATURE: Rural Broadband Development Strategies BUMPER: Gov't Buffer Strip Initiative ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2828

    STORIES: Market Reaction, Homeland Security, CA Water, Pharm Rules FEATURE: NE Iowa Dairy Economic Development BUMPERS: Nutritional Benefits of Organic Fish Oil/Lamb Rations ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2829

    STORIES: Federal Budget (agriculture), Tyson Illegal Alien Smuggling Court Decision FEATURE: Nebraska Sand Hills Community-Owned Grocery BUMPERS: Consumption Trends Fries, Radio Wave Insecticide ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2830

    STORIES: Energy Bill, Wheat (Canadian Wheat Board v. U.S. Trade Interests) FEATURE: Farm Share BUMPERS: Oat Cream, Potato Calcium Enhanced ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2831

    STORIES: Soy Export Trends, Ethanol Market Outlook, Nitrogen Fertilizer Costs FEATURE: Illinois Farm Direct Beef (rpt) BUMPERS: Dry Milk v. Drought, Walking v. Diabetes ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2832

    STORIES: Planting Progress, Colo. Urban Sprawl/N.C. Hog Moratorium, Diesel Pollution Regs-Biodiesel FEATURE: Gunthorp Farms (rpt) BUMPERS: Spotted Owl, San Joaquin Warming ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2833

    STORIES: Planting Progress, CA Dairy Litigation FEATURE: Pollution Credit Trading AKA Carbon Sequestration BUMPERS: Dyed Salmon, Fat/Cancer ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2834

    STORIES: Planting Progress, Iowa CAFO Emissions FEATURE: Organic Valley Profile (rpt) BUMPERS: Goat Meat, Low Carb flour sales ANALYSTS: Walt Hackney & Doug Jackson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2835

    STORIES: Planting Progress, Export Factors, Bush Admin V Environment FEATURE: Sioux Center Bio-tech Development BUMPERS: Peanuts v Blindness, McDonalds Menu Shift ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2836

    STORIES: Planting Progress and Crop Projections / U.S. v EU Biotech Ban FEATURE: Meat Safety #1 BUMPERS: Aussie Obesity Salmonella ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2837

    STORIES: Planting progress & crop projections, US vs EU Biotech Bann FEATURE: Meat Safety #2 BUMPERS: Almond prices, Veggie Oil Bus ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2838

    STORIES: Wheat Harvest, COOL Proponents FEATURE: Brazilian Agriculture BUMPERS: Beer v. Heart Disease, New Food Pyramid ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2839

    STORIES: Mad Cow/Cash Beef Markets, Listeria Regs, Acrylimide, Ethanol Fuel Mandates FEATURE: NE Iowa Dairy Industry Dev. (rpt) BUMPERS: Natural Termite Control ANALYSTS: Walt Hackney & Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2840

    STORIES: Crop #'s, Rural Medicare, GAO Report on USDA FEATURE: Nebraska Community Owned Grocery (rpt) BUMPERS: Bacon Sales, GPS Internet Field Scans ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2841

    STORIES: Income Outlook, Harvest Prgs, CA G-M-O Study, IA BT Corn FEATURE: Rural Broadband and Wireless Development BUMPERS: Radio Wave Pest Control, G-M-O DeCaf Coffee ANALYSTS: Virgil Robinson and Doug Jackson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2842

    STORIES: Weather Markets, EU-U.S. Ag Trade Relations FEATURE: Country of Origin Labeling BUMPERS: "Healthy" Candy Bars, Fish Technology ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2843

    STORIES: Acres and Stocks Report, EU GMO Ruling FEATURE: Carbon Sequestration (rpt) BUMPERS: Kraft Fights Obesity, New Residue Testing ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2844

    STORIES: Wheat Harvest-Canadian Import Duties, Beef Checkoff Ruling-React FEATURE: Tofu Follow-Up BUMPERS: Trans Fat Labeling, Ozone and Trees ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2845

    STORIES: Country of Origin Labeling, Farm Pollution FEATURE: River Restoration BUMPERS: Healthy Nuts ANALYST: John Roach [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2846

    STORIES: Missouri River Flap Update, WTO Geog. Indicators, Tobacco Quota Buyout FEATURE: Triple F Feeds BUMPERS: Low-Fat Diet Study, Hypoallergenic Peanut ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2847

    STORIES: Tobacco Buyout, Missouri River Flap Redux, Canada WTO Meeting FEATURE: Wholesome Harvest BUMPERS: Bee Smoothies, Beneficial Cotton Fungus ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Meat Safety (Part 1of 2) (#2848)

    Canadian BSE Scare Sparks Domestic Rally; Volatile Bond Market Impacts Economy; Got A Match. [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2849

    STORIES: Crop Report of 8-12, EU-US Ag Subsidy Cuts FEATURE: Meat Safety #2 BUMPER: Healthful Peanuts ANALYST: Alan Brugler [24 minutes]

  • Episode #2850

    STORIES: Factory Farms & Land Values, Dairy Prices/Program Cost FEATURE: Obesity BUMPERS: Bromine in Ozone, Faux Fries ANALYSTS: Doug Hjort, Doug Jackson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2851

    STORIES: Heat/Crop Yields/Markets, Pollution Controls Loosened FEATURE: Brazil BUMPERS: Chocolate Health Benefits, Heart Healthy Corn ANALYST: John Roach [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2852

    STORIES: Weather, Markets and Ethanol, Canada Beef Imports, Farm Payments FEATURE: WTO Cancun Preview BUMPER: Way Fat Houston ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2901

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2902

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2903

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2904

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2905

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2906

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2907

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2908

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2909

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2910

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2911

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2912

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2913

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2914

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2915

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2916

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2917

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2918

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2919

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2920

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2921

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2922

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2923

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2924

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2925

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2926

    [24 minutes]

  • Episode #2927

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2928

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2929

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2930

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2931

    [26 minutes]

  • Episode #2932

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2933

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2934

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2935

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2936

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2937

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2938

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2939

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2940

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2941

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2942

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2943

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2944

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2945

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2946

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2947

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2948

    [24 minutes]

  • Episode #2949

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2950

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2951

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #2952

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3001

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3002

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3003

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3004

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3005

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3006

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3007

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3008

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3009

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3010

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3011

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3012

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3013

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3014

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3015

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3016

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3017

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3018

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3019

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3020

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3021

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3022

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3023

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3024

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3025

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3026

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3027

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3028

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3029

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3030

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3031

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3032

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3033

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3034

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3035

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3036

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3037

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3038

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3039

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3040

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3041

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3042

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3043

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3044

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3045

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3046

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3047

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3048

    [24 minutes]

  • Episode #3049

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3050

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3051

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3052

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3101

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3102

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3103

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3104

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3105

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3106

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3107

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3108

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3109

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3110

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3111

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3112

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3113

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3114

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3115

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3116

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3117

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3118

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3119

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3120

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3121

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3122

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3123

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3124

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3125

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3126

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3127

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3128

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3129

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3130

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3131

    [27 minutes]

  • Denise O' Brien (D) Candidate for Iowa Secretary O (#3132)

    [27 minutes]

  • Denise O' Brien (D) Candidate for Iowa Secretary O (#3133)

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3134

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3135

    STORIES: Day without Immigrants, U.S. House Passes Anti-Price Gouging Measure FEATURE: Methamphetamine in Rural America (rpt.) MARKET LEAD: Poultry Producers Cut Production ANALYST: Doug Hjort HOST: Mark Pearson LENGTH: 27:46 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3136

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3137

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3138

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3139

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3140

    STORIES: Senate Hearing on Conservation Programs, Trade Roundup FEATURE: None MARKET LEAD: Crop Production Estimates ANALYSTS: Erin Golly & Darin Newsom LENGTH: 27:46 HOST: Mark Pearson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3141

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3142

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3143

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3144

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3145

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3146

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3147

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3148

    [24 minutes]

  • Episode #3149

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3150

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3151

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3152

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3201

    STORIES: Senate Hearing on Impact of Biofuels, Grass Fed Beef Label Issues FEATURE: Switchgrass to Energy MARKET LEAD: Private Production Estimates ANALYST: John Roach [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3202

    STORIES: Pentagon Embraces the Bio-Economy, Groups Call on Congress to Reform Immigration Policy FEATURE: Neighbor vs. Iowa Hog Farm MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3203

    STORIES: House Ag Committee Farm Bill Hearing, E. Coli Tainted Spinach FEATURE: Sheeder Dairy MARKET LEAD: Smithfield Announces Plans to Purchase Premium Standard Farms HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3204

    STORIES: Immigration Reform, E. Coli URE: Prospects for 2007 Farm Bill MARKET LEAD: Disaster Relief Measure Stalled in Congress HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3205

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3206

    STORIES: Renewable Energy Summit in St. Louis, USDA Production Estimates FEATURE: Wild Horse and Burro Roundup MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYSTS: Doug Jackson & Walt Hackney LENGTH: 27:46 VTR: 10/13/06 AIR DATES: 10/13,15/06 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3207

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3208

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3209

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3210

    STORIES: 2006 Election Fallout, Ethanol Shifts Rural Economic Power FEATURE: Precision Farming MARKET LEAD: November Crop Numbers HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Virgil Robinson LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 11/9/06 AIR DATES: 11/10,12/06 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3211

    STORIES: Senate Emergency Farm Aid Debate, WTO & APEC Trade FEATURE: Precision Farming Part 2 MARKET LEAD: CWB Plebiscite HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYSTS: Darin Newsom & Erin Golly LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 11/17/06 AIR DATES: 11/17,19/06 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3212

    STORIES: Tenn. Biofuels Study/Press Conference, CRP Re-Enrollment FEATURE: Dutch Dairy Farms MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: John Roach [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3213

    STORIES: Farm Income Drops, WTO Trade Talk/Schwab Speech FEATURE: White Wheat MARKET LEAD: Record Volume at CBOT HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier LENGTH: 27:46 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3214

    STORIES: Emergency Farm Aid Legislation, Farm Dust/Grassley FEATURE: Christmas Tree Farm MARKET LEAD: 2006 Farm Income/Cash Receipts HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3215

    STORIES: Illegal Alien Busts at Swift, Farm Bill Harkin & Johanns/Naylor FEATURE: Ethanol Protagonists MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: John Roach LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 12/15/06 AIR DATES: 12/15,17/06 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3216

    STORIES: Illegal Alien Busts at Swift and Company Update, Farmland Values Rise to Record Levels FEATURE: WTO Stalemate Impacts Domestic Farm Policy MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3217

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3218

    STORIES: Colorado Blizzards Hammer the Livestock Industry, Study: Antibiotics Lose Money for Poultry Producers FEATURE: Increased Corn Demand Threatens CRP Acreage MARKET LEAD: Record CBOT Volume in 2006 HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3219

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3220

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3221

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3222

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3223

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3224

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3225

    STORIES: Energy Secretary, Food Safety Inspections FEATURE: Sheeder Dairy Farmer & Bottler MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Virgil Robinson LENGTH: 27:46 RECORD DATE: 2/23/07 AIR DATES: 2/23,25/07 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3226

    STORIES: Energy Dept. Awards $385 million for Cellulosic Ethanol Development; Marshalltown, Iowa Immigration Forum FEATURE: Robledo Winery MARKET LEAD: Agricultural Outlook Forum HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier LENGTH: 27:46 RECORD DATE: 3/2/07 AIR DATES: 3/2,4/07 [24 minutes]

  • Episode #3227

    STORIES: Ag Outlook Forum FEATURE: Mennonite Meat Canning MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Dean Borg ANALYST: Sue Martin LENGTH: 24:46 RECORD DATE: 3/9/07 AIR DATE: 3/9/07 [24 minutes]

  • Episode #3228

    STORIES: Bush Latin America Tour Summary FEATURE: Marshalltown Immigration Summit MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Virgil Robinson LENGTH: 24:46 REC. DATE: 3/16/07 AIR DATE: 3/16/07 [24 minutes]

  • Episode #3229

    STORIES: Congress Hammers Out a Budget, Al Gore Testifies on Global Warming FEATURE: Energy Offsets MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Alan Brugler LENGTH: 27:46 RECORD DATE: 3/23/07 AIR DATES: 3/23, 25/07 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3230

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3231

    STORIES: Supreme Court Decision On Greenhouse Gas Emission, Trade Roundup FEATURE: Agricultural Pork in Iraq Funding Appropriation MARKET LEAD: USDA Planting Intentions Report HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYSTS: Doug Jackson & Walt Hackney LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 4/5/07 AIR DATES: 4/6,8/07 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3232

    STORIES: Immigration Update/Immokalee Workers vs. McDonalds, EPA Unveils Renewable Fuels Standards FEATURE: Wild Blue Profile (Broadband by Satellite) MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Sue Martin LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 4/13/07 AIR DATES: 4/13,15/07 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3233

    STORIES: Farm Bill Update, Planting Progress FEATURE: Ethanol Debate (rpt.) MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 4/20/07 AIR DATES: 4/20,22/07 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3234

    STORIES: Senate Farm Bill Hearing, House Food Safety Hearing FEATURE: World Food Prize International Internship Profile MARKET LEAD: Soggy Fields Delay Planting HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Doug Hjort [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3235

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3236

    STORIES: Ethanol Roundup FEATURE: Greensburg, Kansas Tornado Devastation MARKET LEAD: USDA Crop Production Estimates HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Alan Brugler LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 5/11/07 AIR DATES: 5/11,13/07 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3237

    STORIES: Senate Blueprint for Immigration Reform, Bush Administration Calls for Increased Fuel Efficiency FEATURE: Nebraska Drought MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3238

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3239

    STORIES: Daschle, Dole Call for Changes to Farm Policy, Local Governments Crack Down on Greenhouse Gas Emissions FEATURE: Black Farmers MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYSTS: Doug Jackson & Walt Hackney LENGTH: 27:46 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3240

    STORIES: G8 Summit, U.S. Aquaculture Issues FEATURE: Dairy Producers Milk Profits from Raw Milk MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Sue Martin LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 6/8/07 AIR DATES: 6/8,10/07 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3241

    STORIES: EWG Farm Subsisdy Database, Senate Energy Bill FEATURE: Dairy Producers Milk Profits from Raw Milk II MARKET: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Virgil Robinson LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 6/15 AIR DATES: 6/15, 17/07 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3242

    STORIES: House Judiciary Committee Hears Testimony on Pigford v. Glickman, Farm Bill Developments FEATURE: Corporate Farming Law in Nebraska MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3243

    STORIES: USDA Crop Report; Colony Collapse Disorder FEATURE: Indy Cars Use 100 Percent Ethanol MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3244

    STORIES: Farm Bill Update, Labeling of Imported Goods: China FEATURE: Farm Rescue MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYSTS: Darin Newsom & Erin Golly [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3245

    STORIES: Trade Deficit Roundup, Energy Update FEATURE: Irradiated Produce MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Elaine Kub [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3246

    STORIES: Farm Bill Update, Food Safety Roundup FEATURE: Dr. Norman Borlaug Profile MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYSTS: Walt Hackney & Doug Jackson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3247

    STORIES: Farm Bill Update, Payments to Deceased Farmers FEATURE: Ethanol closed loop MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Dean Borg ANALYST: John Roach [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3248

    STORIES: Senate Prospects for Farm Bill, Dead Zone FEATURE: Feral Swine MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Doug Hjort LENGTH: 24:46 REC. DATE: 8/3/07 AIR DATES: 8/3/07 & 8/5/07 [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3249

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3250

    STORIES: Immigration, Ethanol FEATURE: Bon Appetit Buy Local MARKET LEAD: Cattle on Feed HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 8/17/07 AIR DATES: 8/17/07 & 8/19/07 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3251

    STORIES: Midwest Flooding, Organic Industry Growth FEATURE: Big Companies Go Green MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3252

    In Montana, weary crews continue to fight dozens of wildfires... In Washington, Senate leaders offer a peak at the next Farm Bill... And in Wisconsin, a utility generates more power by converting "waste into watts… STORIES: Montana Wildfires, Farm Bill Prospects FEATURE: Waste to Watts MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3301

    STORIES: Senate Committee Hearing on Livestock Waste, Nebraska Ethanol Study FEATURE: Montana Wildfires MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Alan Brugler In Washington, a Senate committee "gets the poop" on livestock waste.. . In the Heartland, can ethanol survive without a federal mandate? And out West, wildfires have become a burning issue. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3302

    In Washington, the budget battle begins for crafters of the next Farm Bill... At the port, agricultural exports rise as policy makers work to eliminate trade barriers... And not far from the shore of Devil's Lake, new farmers breathe life into a ghost town... [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3303

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3304

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3305

    STORIES: Meat Recall/Presser, Ethanol Update FEATURE: Nebraska Corporate Farming Ban MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 10/5/07 AIR DATES: 10/5/07 & 10/7/07 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3306

    STORIES: USDA Crop Report, Ethanol: Food vs. Fuel Debate FEATURE: Produce Irradiation MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Alan Brugler LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 10/12/07 AIR DATES: 10/12/07 & 10/14/07 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3307

    STORIES: WTO Cotton Ruling/Farm Bill Update, Asian Soybean Rust Update FEATURE: Norman Borlaug Profile MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Elaine Kub LENGTH: 27:46 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3308

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3309

    STORIES: Bush Nominates Ed Schafer as Secretary of Agriculture; Rural Economic Outlook/Land Values FEATURE: Raw Milk II - rpt. MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: John Roach LENGTH: 27:46 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3310

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3311

    STORIES: Senate Farm Bill Stalls, U.N. Ethanol Report Reaction FEATURE: Family Farm Summit MARKET LEAD: USDA Crop Report HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Darin Newsom LENGTH: 27:46 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3312

    STORIES: Global Trade Update, Canadian Cattle Border Flap FEATURE: Rural Mennonites Fight World Hunger MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Sue Martin LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 11/21/07 AIR DATES: 11/23/07 & 11/25/07 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3313

    STORIES: Bountiful Harvests, Congressional Prospects for December FEATURE: Oh Christmas Tree MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 11/30/07 AIR DATE: 11/30/07 (Pre-empted for December Pledge 12/2/07) [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3314

    STORIES: House Passes Energy Bill Update, Peru Free Trade Agreement FEATURE: Bruce Rastetter Profile MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Alan Brugler LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 12/7/07 AIR DATES: 12/7/07 & 12/9/07 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3315

    STORIES: Presidential Candidates Solicit Rural Vote, Senate Farm Bill Update FEATURE: Swift Immigration Raids Revisited MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: John Roach LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 12/14/07 AIR DATES: 12/14/07 & 12/16/07 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3316

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3317

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3318

    STORIES: Midwest Economy, Acreage Battle Begins FEATURE: Caucus Roundup MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Elaine Kub LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 1/4/08 AIR DATES: 1/4/08 & 1/6/08 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3319

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3320

    STORIES: Detroit Auto Show Goes Green, FDA Approves Animal Cloning FEATURE: High-Pressure Food Processing MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Jamey Kohake LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 1/18/08 AIR DATES: 1/18/08 & 1/20/08 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3321

    STORIES: Volatility on Wall Street, Wind Power Growth FEATURE: Border Fence Impact on Migrant Workers MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYSTS: Virgil Robinson & Erin Golly LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 1/25/08 AIR DATES: 1/25/08 & 1/27/08 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3322

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3323

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3324

    STORIES: Princeton Ethanol Study FEATURE: Black Farmers Still Looking for Justice MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Elaine Kub LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 2/15/08 AIR DATES: 2/15/08 & 2/17/08 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3325

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3326

    STORIES: Beef Recall Fallout, Researchers Map Corn Genome, Ethanol Roundup FEATURE: None MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Virgil Robinson LENGTH: 24:46 REC. DATE: 2/29/08 AIR DATE: 2/29/08 [24 minutes]

  • Episode #3327

    STORIES: USDA Bans GAO Investigators from Office of Civil Rights FEATURE: None MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYSTS: John Roach & Sue Martin LENGTH: 24:46 (Short Show) REC. DATE: 3/7/08 AIR DATE: 3/7/08 [24 minutes]

  • Episode #3328

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3329

    STORIES: House Subcommittee Hearing on Irradiation FEATURE: Wind Energy and Turbine Technology MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Darin Newsom LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 3/21/08 AIR DATES: 3/21/08 & 3/23/08 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3330

    STORIES: Farm Bill Update, ADM Sues Five U.S. Railroads FEATURE: Farmers and Fishermen Work to Save the Salmon MARKET LEAD: USDA Prospective Plantings Preview HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Alan Brugler LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 3/28/08 AIR DATES: 3/28/08 & 3/30/08 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3331

    STORIES: Federal Financial Regulatory Reforms, Oil Executives Testify to Congress FEATURE: Save the Salmon II MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Jamey Kohake LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 4/4/08 AIR DATES: 4/4/08 & 4/6/08 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3332

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3333

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3334

    STORIES: Sam's Club, Costco Ration Rice, NAFTA Meeting FEATURE: Senate Hearing on Working Conditions in Florida Tomato Fields MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 4/25/08 AIR DATES: 4/25/08 & 4/27/08 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3335

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3336

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3337

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3338

    STORIES: Impact of Speculators on Commodity Prices, Farm State Lawmakers Lash Out at Ethanol Smear Campaign FEATURE: Farmall Promenade MARKET LEAD: None HOST: Mark Pearson ANALYST: Darin Newsom LENGTH: 27:46 REC. DATE: 5/23/08 AIR DATES: 5/23/08 & 5/25/08 [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3339

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3340

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3341

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3342

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3343

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3344

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3345

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3346

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3347

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3348

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3349

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3350

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3351

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3352

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3401

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3402

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3403

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3404

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3405

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3406

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3407

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3408

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3409

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3410

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3411

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3412

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3413

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3414

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3415

    OUTLOOK: Auto Maker Bailout, Retail Sales, Unemployment, Trade Deficit STORIES: USDA’s WASDE Report, VeraSun Bankruptcy Update FEATURE: Kip Cullers Profile – Part 2 [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3416

    OUTLOOK: Automaker Bailout, Consumer Price Index, Housing Starts, Unemployment, Index of Leading Indicators, Wall Street STORIES: Obama Taps Vilsack as Secretary of Agriculture EPA Eases Reporting Requirements for Farm Air Pollution Dischargess FEATURE: National Farm Toy Museum/Auction – rpt. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3417

    OUTLOOK: Final 3rd Qtr GDP, New/Existing Home Sales, Durable Goods Orders, Unemployment STORIES: Rural Main Street Index - Andrew Ethanol Outlook for 2009 - Laurel FEATURE: McGovern/Dole Win World Food Prize – rpt. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3418

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3419

    OUTLOOK: Auto Sales, Factory Orders, Unemployment STORIES: Campaign for Family Farms Blasts Subsidies USDA Report on Million Dollar Farms FEATURE: Christopher Ranch [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3420

    STORIES: Vilsack Confirmation Hearing Detroit Auto Show FEATURE: Bush Legacy in Rural America – Andrew MKT LEAD: Bearish WASDE on Monday - Limit down wheat, corn some bean contracts ANALYST: Jamey Kohake [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3421

    ROLL-IN: President Obama Inauguration STORIES: NPPC v. EPA (Livestock Waste Regulation Reforms) FEATURE: Preview Obama’s Agenda for Rural America [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3422

    OUTLOOK: New/Existing Home Sales, Prediction Durable Goods Orders, Advance GDP and Wall Street STORIES: EPA Considers California’s Request for a Waiver on Fuel Efficiency Standards – Dave Secretary Vilsack Outlines His Agenda for the Agriculture Department - Andrew FEATURE: Ag in the Classroom / Ag Aware - Chris ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3423

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3424

    OUTLOOK: Trade Deficit, Unemployment, Retail Sales, Stimulus Package ROLL-IN: Obama Pitches Stimulus Package at Caterpillar STORIES: USDA Agricultural Census – Andrew Competing Studies Question Efficacy of Ethanol FEATURE: New Farmers Part 2 ANALYST: Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3425

    OUTLOOK: Trade Deficit, Unemployment, Retail Sales, Stimulus Package STORIES: Obama Signs Stimulus Bill Atalissa Turkey Hearings – FEATURE: Buffalo Roundup [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3426

    OUTLOOK: Trade Deficit, Unemployment, Retail Sales, Stimulus Package ROLL-IN: Obama Budget Address STORIES: Obama Budget Address RFA Ethanol Study ANALYST: Virgil Robinson and Walt Hackney [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3427

    [24 minutes]

  • Episode #3428

    Obama Budget Fallout, USDA Supply and Demand Report ANALYST: Sue Martin [24 minutes]

  • Episode #3429

    OUTLOOK: Federal Reserve Interest Rates, Government Bond Purchases, STORIES: COOL Takes Effect, Valero Acquires VeraSun Ethanol Plants, FEATURE: Farm Safety for Just Kids [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3430

    OUTLOOK: New/Existing Home Sales, Unemployment, Oil Prices, Wall Street STORIES: USDA Purchases 200 Million Pounds of Dry Milk U.S. Seeks to Avert Trade War with Mexico FEATURE: MaryJane Butters Profile - (Repeat) [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3431

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3432

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3433

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3434

    OUTLOOK: Leading Indicators, New/Existing Home Sales, Durable Goods, Unemployment STORIES: President Obama Touts Energy Policy in Iowa – Andrew/Laurel FEATURE: Iowa Barn Restoration ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3435

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3436

    OUTLOOK: Bank Stress Test, Payrolls, Unemployment, Record number of total Unemployment STORIES: H1N1 Update, Obama Calls for $1.25 Billion for Black Farmers, EPA Criticizes Biofuel Emissions of Greenhouse Gasses ANALYST: Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3437

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3438

    OUTLOOK: Housing Starts, Leading Indicators, Wall Street, Oil/Gasoline Prices STORIES: New CAFE (Fuel Efficiency – MPG and Emissions) Standards, Rural Economy Update FEATURE: Fresh Express [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3439

    OUTLOOK: 1st Qtr. GDP Revision, Durable Goods Orders, Existing Home Sales, Median Home Values, Consumer Confidence (Tues), New/Existing Home Sales (Thurs/Wed), Durable Goods (Thurs), 1st Qtr GDP (Friday) Outlook for Agricultural Trade (Friday) STORIES: House Ag Committee Considers RFS II, Dairy producers cope with Abysmal Prices FEATURE: Fresh Express Part II [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3440

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3441

    Trade Deficit, Gasoline Prices, Nation’s Wealth Declines, Home Foreclosures STORIES: Vilsack Testifies at House Ag Hearing on Pending Climate Change Legislation, House Lawmakers Ponder Sweeping Food Safety Reforms FEATURE: Barn Again (repeat) ANALYSTS: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3442

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3443

    OUTLOOK: Consumer Price Index, Housing Starts, Oil Prices, Dollar, Unemployment STORIES: Health Care Legislation for Rural Americans House Lawmakers Move Food Safety Reforms Out of Committee FEATURE: Ag Aware (repeat) [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3444

    OUTLOOK: Wall Street, U.S. Payroll Cuts, Unemployment, GM Bankruptcy, Wal-Mart Hiring STORIES: John Deere Layoffs, Pending Climate Change Legislation FEATURE: Small-Scale Wind Power [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3445

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3446

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3447

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3448

    OUTLOOK: Durable Goods, Gross Domestic Product, Federal Reserve Beige Book STORIES: Health Care Reform Critics and Proponents Debate Merits of Increased Ethanol Blends ANALYSTS: Sue Martin [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3449

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3450

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3451

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3452

    OUTLOOK: Existing Home Sales, Median Sales Price, Wall Street, Index of Leading Indicators STORIES: Crop Progress FEATURE: Urban Sprawl (repeat) ANALYSTS: Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3501

    OUTLOOK: Chicago PMI, Construction Spending, Auto/Truck Sales, Factory Orders, Monthly Unemployment, Wall Street STORIES: Harkin Food Safety Event - Chris FEATURE: Main Street Index/Ernie Goss Profile - Yeager ANALYST: Don Roose [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3502

    OUTLOOK: Health Care/Insurance Reform Numbers STORIES: Obama Calls on Congress to Act on Health Care Reform FEATURE: 50th Anniversary of Nikita Khrushchev’s Visit to Iowa ANALYST: Jamey Kohake [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3503

    OUTLOOK: Retail Sales/ex Autos, Producer Price Index, Consumer Price Index, Housing Starts STORIES: EPA FEATURE: Life and Legacy of Dr. Norman E. Borlaug (Obit) ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3504

    OUTLOOK: Conference Board of Leading Economic Indicators, New Home Sales, Orders for Durable Goods, Wall Street, and Farmland Values FEATURE: Wisconsin Health Care Cooperative Update/Repeat - Art Hackett MKT LEAD: Mitigating Damage to the "Dead Zone" in the Gulf of Mexico ANALYST: Darin Newsom [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3505

    OUTLOOK: Consumer Confidence, Unemployment, Wall Street STORIES: Senate Democrats Unveil Their Version of Cap and Trade Farm State Lawmakers Agree on $350 Million Dairy Appropriation Scientists Map Potato Genome ANALYST: Virgil Robinson and Walt Hackney [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3506

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3507

    OUTLOOK: Dow Jones Industrials, Industrial Production, Stimulus Jobs, State Gov’t Stimulus Jobs STORIES: Green Plains Event and Preview of Rural Economic Summit FEATURE: World Food Prize Feature ANALYST: Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3508

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3509

    OUTLOOK: Consumer Confidence, 3rd Qtr. GDP, Durable Goods Orders , New Home Sales, Wall Street STORIES: Wet Weather Delays Grain and Oilseed Harvests China Opens Market to U.S. Pork FEATURE: Senate Ag Committee Hearing on Dairy Prices ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3510

    OUTLOOK: U.S. Payrolls, Unemployment, Factory Orders, Auto/Truck Sales, U.S. Payrolls, Unemployment Wall Street STORIES: EPA Scientific Advisory Panel on Atrazine Berkshire Hathaway Purchases BNSF Harvest Progress/Private Production Estimates FEATURE: Missouri National Guardsmen Senate Ag Committee Hearing on Dairy Prices ANALYST: Jamey Kohake [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3511

    OUTLOOK: Unemployment, Wall Street, Import/Export Prices, Trade Balance STORIES: 25 X 25 Committee Announces Rural Impact of Cap and Trade November Crop Production Estimates USDA Agrees to Purchase More Pork Products FEATURE: Iowa Honor Flight (World War II Veterans) - Andrew ANALYST: Darin Newsom [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3512

    OUTLOOK: Retail Sales, Auto Sales, Wall Street, Housing Starts, Mortgage Foreclosures STORIES: Poet Cuts Its Cellulosic Production Cost by More than 40 Percent in a Year FEATURE: Howard Lord Profile - Harvesting by Hand ANALYST: Walt Hackney and Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3513

    OUTLOOK: GDP, New/Existing Home Sales, Durable Goods Orders, Consumer Spending STORIES: USDA: 2009 Net Farm Income Will Decline Sharply FEATURE: 2009 World Food Prize MKT LEAD: Propane Shortages ANALYST: Alan Brugler [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3514

    [24 minutes]

  • Episode #3515

    OUTLOOK: Retail Sales, Consumer Credit, Trade Balance STORIES: EPA Decision to Regulate Greenhouse Gases Late Fall Blizzard Leaves Millions of Bushels of Corn in the Field FEATURE: South Dakota Fire Fighters ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

  • Episode #3516

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3517

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3518

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3519

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3520

    OUTLOOK: Trade Outlook, Retail Sales, Consumer Price Index, Unemployment, Wall Street STORIES: American Farm Bureau Blasts Proposed Cap-and-Trade Legislation USDA Crop Production Report/WASDE FEATURE: Dairy Industry/Senate Ag Update/Promote Rural Economic Summit ANALYST: Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3521

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3522

    OUTLOOK: Advance GDP, Durable Goods, New/Existing Home Sales, STORIES: State of the Union Address - Andrew Proponents Call for 10 Percent Ethanol Blend in All of Iowa's Gas FEATURE: Green Plains Energy Profile ANALYST: John Roach [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3523

    OUTLOOK: U.S. Payrolls, Unemployment by Sector STORIES: President Obama Proposes Budget EPA Finalizes Renewable Fuels Standard II FEATURE: RailEx Profile (repeat) - Laurel ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3524

    OUTLOOK: Retail Sales, Retail Sales less Autos, Trade Balance, Home Sales, Wall Street STORIES: Vilsack Ends Mandatory Animal I.D. USDA Releases Net Farm Income FEATURE: RailEx Profile Part II (repeat) ANALYST: Jamey Kohake [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3525

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3526

    OUTLOOK: New/Existing Home Sales, 4th Qtr GDP Revision, Wall Street, AIG ROLL-IN: Health Care Summit (2nd Prompter) STORIES: USDA Livestock and Dairy Outlook Adoption of Biotech Update FEATURE: Volunteer Firefighters (repeat) ANALYST: Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3527

    [24 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3528

    [24 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3529

    [24 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3530

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3531

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3532

    Trade Balance, Retail Sales, Consumer Price Index, Housing Starts, Wall Street STORIES: DOJ Decision on Antitrust Issues in Biotech Seed Industry Looming on Horizon FEATURE: Peace through Corn - (repeat) ANALYST: Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3533

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3534

    OUTLOOK: New Home Sales, Durable Goods Orders STORIES: Vilsack Testifies to House Agriculture Committee FEATURE: Michael Pollan vs. Blake Hurst - Andrew MKT LEAD: None ANALYST: Sue Martin [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Rural Economic Summit 3 (#3535)

    STORIES: President Obama Tours Siemens Wind Turbine Plant in Ft. Madison - Chris President Obama Holds Town Hall Meeting in Ottumwa - Andrew [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3536

    OUTLOOK: Factory Orders, Auto/Truck Sales, Wall Street, Unemployment STORIES: House Ag Committee Listening Session /Farm Bill Preview - Andrew BP Oil Spill in Gulf - Dave FEATURE: Crave Brothers Dairy Operation - REPEAT ANALYST: Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3537

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3538

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3539

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3540

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3541

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3542

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3543

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3544

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3545

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3546

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3547

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3548

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3549

    [24 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3550

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3551

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3552

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3601

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3602

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3603

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3604

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3605

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3606

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3607

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3608

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3609

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3610

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3611

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3612

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3613

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3614

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3615

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3616

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3617

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3618

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3619

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3620

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3621

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3622

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3623

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3624

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3625

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3626

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3627

    [24 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3628

    [24 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3629

    [39 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3630

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3631

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3632

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3633

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3634

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3635

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3636

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3637

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3638

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3639

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3640

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3641

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3642

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3643

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3644

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3645

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3646

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3647

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3648

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3649

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3650

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3651

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3652

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3701

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3702

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3703

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3704

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3705

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3706

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3707

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3708

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3709

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3710

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3711

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3712

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3713

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3714

    [35 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3715

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3716

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3717

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3718

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3719

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3720

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3721

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3722

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3723

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3724

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3725

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3726

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3727

    [24 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3728

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3729

    [34 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3730

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3731

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3732

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3733

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3734

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3735

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3736

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3737

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3738

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3739

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3740

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3741

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3742

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3743

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3744

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3745

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3746

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3747

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3748

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3749

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3750

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3751

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3752

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3801

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3802

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3803

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3804

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3805

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3806

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3807

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3808

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3809

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3810

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3811

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3812

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3813

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3814

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3815

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3816

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3817

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3818

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3819

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3820

    [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3821

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3822

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3823

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3824

    Rain and snow may not stop mail delivery, but red ink will…the agriculture department releases its latest estimates on supply and demand…and a trip to the grocery store reveals the impact of persistent drought. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3825

    In the first Congressional address of his second term, President Obama unveils an ambitious agenda… And America’s first major high-speed railroad could be the ”end of the line” for some California farmers… Those stories and market analysis with Walt Hackney and Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3826

    On Market to Market… The Supreme Court hears arguments in a patent infringement case involving Monsanto… Officials gaze into the crystal ball at the Agriculture Department’ s annual Outlook Forum… And undaunted by weakness in the broader economy, rural land values continue to rise… Those stories and market analysis with John Roach… [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3827

    Partisan bickering ends in gridlock, paving the way for $85 billion in mandatory spending cuts… A government study reveals fast food accounts for a significant portion of America’s diet… And another massive snowstorm brings much-needed moisture to the southern plains… Those stories and market analysis with Don Roose… [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3828

    An improving economic outlook pushes Wall Street to record highs... Secretary Vilsack tells lawmakers he has no other choice but to furlough meat inspectors... And the State Department reports that a controversial oil pipeline poses little threat to the environment... [24 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3829

    Ethanol proponents throw a birthday bash to celebrate 100 years of subsidies for Big Oil... And hours before its implementation, New York City's ban on super-sized sugary drinks is struck down... Those stories and market analysis with Sue Martin [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3830

    Lawmakers find money for food inspection in a bill averting a government shutdown... The Obama administration touts the role of better nutrition in the war on childhood obesity... And spring is here, time to get ready for wildfires in the tinderbox formerly known as Colorado... Those stories and market analysis with Naomi Blohm [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3831

    DuPont and Monsanto mend fences and agree to expand their biotech products... EPA analysis reveals many of America's rivers and streams are in poor biological health... And the Agriculture Department releases its much-anticipated Prospective Plantings report... We'll crunch the numbers and examine the market impact with Darin Newsom [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3832

    Lawmakers mull immigration reforms in hopes of keeping a steady supply of labor in the fields… The threat of flooding returns to Fargo, while the rest of the nation contends with drought… And spring is in the air, but urban entrepreneurs are taking their operations indoors… Those stories and market analysis with Mark Gold [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3833

    Secretary Vilsack eyes the challenge of Obama’s 2014 budget... Protestors seeking immigration reforms press Congress for solutions... And the USDA supply and demand report reveals a tight stocks-to-use ratio for corn... Those stories and market analysis with Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3834

    Tempers flare over the Keystone XL pipeline... Wind energy advocates see their best year really was blowing in the wind.... And while snow and rain whip the Midwest chances of leaving the drought behind improve only slightly... Those stories and market analysis with Elaine Kub [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3835

    The governor of a leading farm state negotiates agricultural trade with China… Heavy rains bring much-needed moisture to the Grain Belt and push rivers to flood stage… And with spring planting on hold, an expert suggests changes to nitrogen management plans… Those stories and market analysis with Tomm Pfitzenmaier. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3836

    Winter reprises its role in the Grain Belt as record snowfall delays planting even further… The Food and Drug Administration gets the jitters over added caffeine in food and beverages… And the Chicago Mercantile Exchange tries to level the playing field between man and machine… Those stories and market analysis with Naomi Blohm… [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3837

    USDA releases its first production estimates on this year’s crops… The battle continues over a proposal to build the Keystone XL Pipeline… And we’ll spend some time with author and agricultural consultant Temple Grandin… Those stories and market analysis with Walt Hackney and Virgil Robinson [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3838

    The U.S. Supreme Court rules on seed patents, it’s de ja vu for the House and Senate agriculture committees as they begin work, again, on the Farm Bill, and a study to determine the right balance of cash and chemicals for grain farmers enters its third year… Those stories and market analysis with Sue Martin. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3839

    A series of deadly tornadoes cuts a path of destruction across Oklahoma… Further north, more temperate weather leads to significant progress in spring planting… And legislation authorizing federal farm and nutrition programs makes its way to the Senate floor… Those stories and market analysis with Jamey Kohake. [27 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3840

    Torrential rains soak the Midwest, pushing rivers and streams well beyond their banks… New crop futures prices rally as some farmers wonder if they’ll ever finish spring planting… And horticultural history buffs work to preserve America’s agricultural heritage by saving seed. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3841

    Rains dampen the Corn Belt yet again, pushing the Mighty Mississippi to flood stage… Senate lawmakers move one step closer to a final vote on the Farm Bill… And persistent drought in Colorado results in smaller herds -- and paychecks -- for ranchers… Those stories and market analysis with Don Roose. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3842

    Gusty winds and bone-dry forests fuel wildfires in Colorado and New Mexico… For the second time in a year, the Senate approves its version of the Farm Bill… And despite planting delays, the government calls for record grain and oilseed production… Those stories and market analysis with Darin Newsom. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3843

    After lengthy debate, House lawmakers reject their version of the Farm Bill… Federal authorities crack down on employers of undocumented workers… And the president proposes a massive trade deal with the European Union… Those stories and market analysis with Mark Gold. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3844

    By choosing not to rule, the Supreme Court paves the way for increased blends of ethanol… The Senate approves a measure creating a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants… And the Agriculture Department’s latest stocks and acreage reports move the markets… Those stories and market analysis with Jamey Kohake. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3845

    Washington’s failure to enact a Farm Bill, leaves dairy producers in limbo… A barometer of the Midwest economy declines for the third consecutive month… And record-breaking heat fuels lethal wildfires as the drought intensifies in the southwest… Those stories and market analysis with Alan Brugler [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3846

    House lawmakers approve the Farm Bill, but only by removing nutrition assistance... A train carrying nearly a million gallons of crude oil derails in Canada, killing 50 people… And the Agriculture Department releases its latest estimates on supply and demand… [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3847

    Californians flee from the flames, while other Americans swelter in a persistent heat wave… Innovators replace man with machine to address a growing labor shortage in the fields… And researchers make a breakthrough in the fight against a lethal swine virus… Those stories and market analysis with Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3848

    Secretary Vilsack explains why an extension of current farm policy is a giant step backwards… Timely rains bring moisture to portions of the Corn Belt, but the outlook is anything but certain… And aging farmers ponder the transition to the next generation, but some growers are in no hurry to quit… Those stories and market analysis with Elaine Kub. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3849

    Closely watched economic reports move the markets from Wall Street to LaSalle Street… Tainted lettuce sickens hundreds of consumers, but authorities aren’ t disclosing its producer… And in yet another year dominated by unusual weather, hay producers struggle to produce a crop… Those stories and market analysis with Jamey Kohake. [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3850

    U.S. wind energy production surges to an all-time high… Scientists unveil the world’s first hamburger made from bovine stem cells… And environmental watch dogs blame farm runoff for water quality issues from the Gulf of Mexico to municipalities hundreds of miles upstream… Those stories and market analysis with Darin Newsom. [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3851

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3852

    Getting a bite at the supermarket may put more of a bite on you... Crop scouts find a bumper crop while drought worries loom over much of the country… And one family is answering the question of how to pass the farm on to the next generation… Those stories and market analysis with Virgil Robinson. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3901

    The battle to contain Western wild fires rages on... Intense summer heat pounds the nation’s midsection … And the legacy of a popular New Deal program runs deep… Those stories and market analysis with John Roach. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3902

    Rural America may face a sluggish economic recovery... One federal agency comes clean about its overpayments to farmers… And a noted climatologist puts this season’s volatile weather into perspective … Those stories and market analysis with Naomi Blohm. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3903

    Fire, flood, and drought continue to plague the West... The Secretary makes the Administration’s case for a Farm Bill … And USDA finds even more corn and soybeans despite a flash drought… Those stories and market analysis with Alan Brugler. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3904

    The impact -- and the aftermath -- of flooding in the West... The political wrangling continues over the budget, SNAP and the Farm Bill. .. And one entrepreneur combines land and lake in an attempt to “catch a profit… Those stories and market analysis with Don Roose. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3905

    The clock is ticking on a potential government shutdown while partisan bickering rules the day... A study indicates sub-therapeutic use of antibiotics in livestock production may lead to trouble... And as one of the worst wildfire seasons continues officials seek to calculate the risk… Those stories and market analysis with Jamey Kohake… [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3906

    On this episode: supplies of corn, wheat, and soybeans decline, but the markets take it in stride; partisan bickering on Capitol Hill results in the first government shutdown in 17 years; and as federal agencies close, services are cut, and the impact is felt from sea to shining sea. Those stories and market analysis with Tomm Pfitzenmaier [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3907

    Up to 4’ of snow falls in parts of South Dakota resulting in heavy losses for cattle producers… 10 days into the government shutdown hopes rise for a solution to the fiscal fiasco in Washington… And by paying attention to the little things, author and agricultural consultant Temple Grandin, delivers big results… Those stories and market analysis with Elaine Kub. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3908

    An 11th hour deal ends the shutdown and keeps Uncle Sam from defaulting on his debt… Colorado growers harvest hemp – legal or not – for the first time in more than five decades… And despite controversy surrounding GMOs, three biotech pioneers win the World Food Prize... Those stories and market analysis with Darin Newsom. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3909

    A bipartisan conference committee hammers out the details of the Farm Bill… Growers in Colorado harvest America’s first acknowledged crop of hemp in fifty years… And the U.S. reduces its greenhouse gas emissions, but things are a bit cloudier in China… Those stories and market analysis with Naomi Blohm. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3910

    Strong storms dump more than a foot of rain in central Texas… A bipartisan conference committee gets down to business on the Farm Bill… And studies link the use of agrochemicals to serious health issues in Argentina … Those stories and market analysis with Mark Gold. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3911

    The Agriculture Department releases its latest estimates on supply and demand… Washington State voters consider mandatory labeling on foods containing GMOs… And in Colorado, the electorate ponders splitting its state to address an urban/rural divide... Those stories and market analysis with Don Roose. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3912

    The Environmental Protection Agency releases its renewable fuels production requirements for 2014... Prior to EPA's announcement, however, the Associated Press releases a scathing report on ethanol... And renewable fuels advocates fire back with a few criticisms of their own... Those stories and market analysis with Jamey Kohake... [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3913

    A series of tornadoes cuts a path of death of destruction in the Midwest… The Obama Administration proposes reducing the amount of ethanol in America’s fuel… And in America’s Dairyland, producers discover there’s nothing quite as sweet as sugar beets… Those stories and market analysis with Alan Brugler. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3914

    New data suggests the EPA has dramatically underestimated U.S. methane emissions… And the farm bill stalls in conference committee, largely over differences in spending on nutrition… Those stories and market analysis with Virgil Robinson. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3915

    The U.S. trade deficit improves modestly, but agricultural exports soar to an all-time high… The EPA gets an earful on its plan to reduce the amount of ethanol in America’s fuel supply… And Christmas Tree growers look for a solution to root rot in the birthplace of Old Saint Nick… Those stories and market analysis with Sue Martin. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3916

    The FDA implements voluntary restrictions on the use of antibiotics in livestock production… USDA’s latest figures on agricultural supply and demand reveal bullish and bearish scenarios… And the Grinch steals Christmas Trees in the east, while “the buck stops here” (pause) in the Midwest… Those stories and market analysis with Naomi Blohm. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3917

    Arid conditions stoke wildfires in California, but the rest of the country could see a break in the weather… The “Oracle of Omaha” gets a larger stake in wind power, as lawmakers call for reforms in renewable energy policy… And locomotives roll through one Canadian town for the first time since 47 people were killed in an oil train derailment… Those stories and market analysis with Darin Newsom. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3918

    Another year passes by, but not before rural America endures the perils of politics and the pitfalls of record production… We’ll reflect on 2013 - - and examine the market outlook for 2014 - - with Jamey Kohake. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3919

    In the wake of oil train explosions in North Dakota and Canada, the federal government issues a warning for first responders… Critics blast the Obama Administration’s commitment to clean coal… And “off we go into the wild blue yonder” as unmanned aerial vehicles raise hopes – and perspectives -- for the next generation of farmers… Those stories and market analysis with Elaine Kub. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3920

    Environmentalists blast the Obama Administration’s push for “ Clean Coal”… And students gain hands-on farming experience at a leading Land Grant University… Those stories and market analysis with Tomm Pfitzenmaier. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3921

    One week after a toxic chemical spilled into a West Virginia river, thousands still are without water… Critics of genetically modified foods urge President Obama to fulfill a campaign promise made in 2007. And America’s first legal sales of recreational marijuana generate some serious cash for the state of Colorado… [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3922

    An explosion at an Omaha animal feed plant kills two people and injures more than a dozen… Biofuels supporters voice their disapproval of proposed cuts to the renewable fuels standard… And officials work with agricultural producers to improve water quality in a leading farm state… Those stories and market analysis with John Roach. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3923

    The law authorizing nearly a trillion dollars in spending on farm and nutrition programs moves one step closer to fruition... President Obama unveils his vision for U.S. energy production – much to the chagrin of ethanol supporters… And Iowa farmers work with environmental officials in an effort to keep nitrates out of local waterways… Those stories and market analysis with Naomi Blohm. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3924

    After years of delays, extensions and partisan gridlock, the Farm Bill is signed into law… The Obama Administration releases a key environmental report on the Keystone XL pipeline… And facing yet another year of severe drought, California ranchers begin liquidating their herds… Those stories and market analysis with Don Roose. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3925

    The Agriculture Department predicts the bottom line for most U.S. farmers will decline significantly this year… EPA says some Midwestern farmers are making progress in protecting the environment, but much work remains to be done… And despite strident opposition, the European Union is poised to approve its second genetically engineered crop in the past 15 years… Those stories and market analysis with Tomm Pfitzenmaier. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3926

    The latest Agricultural Census reveals shifting demographics… Despite opposition, the world’s largest solar power plant goes online... And California producers consider the future of farming without water. .. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3927

    The S&P 500 soars to an all-time high, while grain futures contracts trade sideways… U.S. oil production surges, but officials say rail tanker cars are endangering the public… And it rains again in California, but it may be “too little - too late” for some nut producers… Those stories and market analysis with Virgil Robinson and Walt Hackney. [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3928

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3929

    [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3930

    The latest snapshot of the rural economy reveals modest improvement on Mainstreet… Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack responds to pointed criticism from House lawmakers… And organic production is on the rise, but some growers hedge their bets with conventional crops… Those stories and market analysis with Elaine Kub. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3931

    An agricultural pioneer credited with saving more than a billion lives is immortalized in bronze… Melting snowpack may recharge California waterways, but not before prospectors strike gold… And record prices prompt some dairy producers to expand their herds, while others wait for the other “hoof” to drop… Those stories and market analysis with Alan Brugler. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3932

    A key report reveals increasing supplies of corn and dwindling stockpiles of soybeans… America’s farmers are predicted to plant a record amount of soybeans, but fewer acres of corn… And traders ponder the impact of the latest reports during a volatile week in the commodity markets... We’ll examine scenarios for bulls and bears with a Blue Ribbon Panel of market analysts. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3933

    USDA’s latest estimates on supply and demand are friendly to corn and soybeans… Persistent drought is plaguing the west and now a new problem is blowing into town… And we’ll examine the increasing role of technology at the world’ s largest futures exchange… [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3934

    North Dakota oil production is booming, but the prosperity is not without problems… And an Iraq war veteran embarks on a new mission to fulfill his agricultural dream… Those stories and market analysis with Don Roose. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3935

    Native Americans join the fracas over a proposal to build the Keystone XL pipeline… A pair of private reports praise and pan the outlook for the next generation of ethanol… And savvy entrepreneurs discover a lucrative market for “greens and gills” in the Windy City… Those stories and market analysis with Tomm Pfitzenmaier. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3936

    A key barometer of the rural economy soars to its highest level in three years… Economists say increased U.S. oil and natural gas exports would help the economy… And lethal tornadoes batter the south, while persistent rains delay planting in the Corn Belt… Those stories and market analysis with Mark Gold. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3937

    An international team of scientists works to eradicate a disease capable of decimating poultry in developing nations… And scientists and the Obama Administration release some dire predictions on the impact of climate change… Those stories and market analysis with Sue Martin. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3939

    Oil interests push back against federal advice on crude oil rail cars An EU farmer sues the Italian government for the right to plant GMO seeds And Midwestern farmers work with environmental watchdogs to improve water quality… Those stories and market analysis with Dan Hueber. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3940

    With California locked in its third consecutive year of drought, the battle intensifies over water rights… And Midwestern entrepreneurs work to move power generated by the wind from the prairie to the people… Those stories and market analysis with Virgil Robinson. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3941

    Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announces new funding to fight a lethal swine disease… The Obama Administration calls for sweeping cuts in emissions from coal-fired power plants… And an innovative program in the “Show Me State” pays off in spades for cattle producers…. Those stories and market analysis with John Roach [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3942

    Preservationists document the history of the American farm, by listening to those who remember… A rare display of unity in Washington results in a multibillion dollar project to shore up U.S. ports and improve flood control in the Grain Belt…. And the bulls continue their historic run in the livestock sector, while grain prices plunge to contract lows… Those stories and market analysis with Elaine Kub and Walt Hackney. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3943

    Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announces new funding to fight a lethal swine disease, the Obama Administration calls for sweeping cuts in emissions from coal-fired power plants, and an innovative program in the “Show Me State” pays off in spades for cattle producers. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3944

    Domestic oil production is booming, fueling tragic railroad accidents and a shortage of cars to move agricultural commodities... And an innovative cattle operation in the Midwest traces its genetic progeny to the vast majority of America’s best bulls… Those stories and market analysis with Alan Brugler. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3945

    Storms slash across the Midwest leaving high water and damaged crops in their wake... Livestock prices continue to flirt with all-time highs while grain markets take it on the chin... And one entrepreneur combines land and lake in an attempt to “catch a profit… Those stories and market analysis with Don Roose. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3946

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3947

    Locked in a drought of epic proportions, California cracks down on unauthorized use of water… And a Midwestern photographer documents the critical contributions of women in agriculture… Those stories and market analysis with Sue Martin. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3948

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3949

    Supporters -- and critics – weigh in on Obama Administration plans to fight climate change… And an Iraq war veteran embarks on a new mission to fulfill his agricultural dream… Those stories and market analysis with Virgil Robinson. [24 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3950

    Vladimir Putin plays a high-stakes game of chicken with U.S. agricultural exports… And students gain hands-on farming experience at a leading Land Grant University… Those stories and market analysis with Mark Gold. [24 minutes]

    Watch This Episode Online

  • Episode #3951

    The Weekly Journal of Rural America kicks off its 40th Season at the Iowa State Fair… We’ll look back at the early years and analyze current trends in the markets with a blue ribbon panel of experts. [28 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #3952

    [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #4001

    Wildfires scorch the west, as scattered showers in the Corn Belt dampen prices… Citrus growers cope with a grove-threatening disease and shrinking market share… And in the fight against global hunger, U.S. policymakers opt to buy more food locally… [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #4002

    With fanfare fit for a king, America’s first commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol plant opens for business… Responding to an epic drought, California lawmakers approve sweeping reforms on the use of groundwater… And we’ll catch-up with a trio of Kansas brothers whose video clips promoting agriculture have been viewed by millions… Those stories and market analysis with Don Roose. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #4003

    Mother Nature displays her ominous power from the South Pacific to South Dakota… House lawmakers side with farmers against an Obama Administration proposal on water… And wounded by the sting of disease, some of agriculture’s busiest workers struggle to survive… Those stories and market analysis with Tomm Pfitzenmaier. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #4004

    Wildfires rage in California, blackening thousands of acres and destroying hundreds of homes… Tobacco growers prepare for Uncle Sam’s support of their commodity to go up in smoke… And with a history rooted in moonshine, Midwestern distillers take a shot at value-added farming… Those stories and market analysis with Ted Siefried. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #4005

    The world’s largest carbon emitting nations gather to fight global climate change… Drought stricken forests burn as the search for water causes land to collapse... And those who make a living with their voices make the call for top honors … Those stories and market analysis with Elaine Kub. [27 minutes]

    Watch Video From This Episode Online

  • Episode #4006

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4007

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4008

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4009

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4010

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4011

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4012

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4013

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4014

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4015

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4016

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4017

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4018

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4019

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4020

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4021

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4022

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4023

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4024

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4025

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4026

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4027

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4028

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4029

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4030

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4031

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4032

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4033

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4034

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4035

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4036

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4037

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4038

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4039

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4040

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4041

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4042

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4043

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4044

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4045

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4046

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4047

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4048

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4049

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4050

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4051

    [27 minutes]

  • Episode #4052

    [27 minutes]

« Upcoming Episodes

« Back to Programs A-Z