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  • Market to Market (November 13, 2015) (#4112)

    Full Program: Inclement weather hits the country as harvest season nears the end. Keystone XL is dead but another pipeline rises from the ashes. Rural America nurtures a larger crop of renewable energy. Market... 27:45

  • 2015 IGHSAU Iowa Farm Bureau Girls State Volleyball Championships (#2015)

    Full Program: IPTV SPORTS presents the IGHSAU Iowa Farm Bureau Girls State Volleyball Championships from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The top teams in the state compete for the 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A and 5A titles. Iowa Public...

  • Market to Market (November 6, 2015) (#4111)

    Full Program: TransCanada calls for a timeout with the Obama administration. Congress uses the fastlane for decisions on road budgets and water rules. U.S. veterans find new ways to serve their country down on... 27:48

  • Market to Market (October 30, 2015) (#4110)

    Full Program: A beltway budget deal threatens agriculture’s safety net. The WHO lights a firestorm over a breakfast favorite. U.S. farmers enlist old techniques to round-up super weeds. Market analysis with Sue... 27:45

  • Market to Market (October 23, 2015) (#4109)

    Full Program: Champions and foes of GMO labeling are summoned to Capitol Hill. One western state is getting pumped up about water. Market analysis with Darin Newsom. 27:47

  • Market to Market (October 16, 2015) (#4108)

    Full Program: The Mississippi Watershed gets poor marks on its environmental report card, harvest pressure and southern planting delays make for volatile markets, and a tangible tribute is created for the man... 27:55

  • 2015 World Food Prize (#2015)

    Full Program: DES MOINES, IOWA - Coverage of the World Food Prize, honoring outstanding individuals who strive to improve the quality, quantity or availability of food throughout the world. The World Food Prize... 02:00:00

  • Market to Market (October 9, 2015) (#4107)

    Full Program: Pacific trading partners come to an agreement as China sits on the sidelines. The short-term economic outlook might be bleak but the future may be beefier. The Supply and Demand report creates... 27:46

  • Market to Market (October 2, 2015) (#4106)

    Full Program: Choice prices turn into hamburger as the cattle industry takes it on the chin. The EPA proposes a plethora of changes to air and water pollution policy. An old-fashioned competition helps harvest... 27:45

  • Market to Market (September 25, 2015) (#4105)

    Full Program: Pope Francis comes to America preaching on the perils of climate change. A new chapter in the story of the little grouse on the prairie. Uncertainty continues to hamper new investments for renewable... 27:44

  • Market to Market (September 18, 2015) (#4104)

    Full Program: The USDA looks to curb billions of pounds of food thrown away each year for multiple benefits. And while the West burns, in Washington a different inferno is building over how to extinguish budget... 27:45

  • Market to Market (September 11, 2015) (#4103)

    Full Program: Long-delayed rules for food nearly spoiled before their release this week. Simple tasks in one drought-stricken California community prove monumental. Domestic oil by-products can be both... 27:45

  • Market to Market (September 4, 2015) (#4102)

    Full Program: Alaskan glaciers recede in the wake of rising worldwide temperatures. The President calls for swift action in the battle against global climate change. U.S. broiler producers prepare for a possible... 27:47

  • Market to Market (August 28, 2015) (#4101)

    Full Program: Farmers and ranchers watch record profits dwindle, legal action shuts off the tap on new EPA water rules, and growing crops in a drought leaves some producers up in the air. Market analysis with... 27:46

  • Market to Market (August 21, 2015) (#4052)

    Full Program: Wildfires leave more than burned timber and towns in their wake. Government scientists search for foodborne illnesses at the molecular level. A journey from field crops to vineyards through the... 27:46

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