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Back in the Studio #3604

The kids are back from Nebraska and last week’s trip to the Husker Harvest Days as part of our Rural Economic Summit. Did you miss it? You can still watch the 2 programs here. They are posted on the Market to Market website.

The first link is the special program. This link is the traditional Market To Market.

As always, this week we’re hitting on the important issues of rural America.

Corn trades at levels not seen since 2008, setting up a classic acreage battle next spring.

Plus an advisory committee tells the FDA, genetically modified salmon are safe for human consumption.

And, in the wake of a half-a-billion egg recall, lawmakers call on a key producer to explain why as Iowa egg producer Jack DeCoster of Wright County Egg goes to Washington.

Those stories and market analysis with Don Roose.

Where do you watch us from? We know we’ve got a Canadian following. Where are you watching us from?

Posted in Production, Rural Economic Summit on September 24th, 2010 by paul – Be the first to comment

Eggs and Fairs on MtoM 3551

Despite tougher FDA regulations, a salmonella outbreak leads to the recall of 380 million eggs. And, the Secretary of Agriculture outlines Obama Administration plans for a “rural renaissance.”

Those stories and market analysis with Walt Hackney and Virgil Robinson. You can listen to the extra analysis in our Market Plus segment by clicking here.

Here’s the link to the broadcast.

This is show #51 of the 35th season. What will season 36 bring? How about a road trip to Nebraska? We will post more on the final Rural Economic Summit in the next couple of days.

Posted in Production, Rural Economic Summit on August 24th, 2010 by paul – Be the first to comment