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WASDE report boosts markets MToM#3606

USDA releases its latest production estimates, and the markets respond limit up. What will this mean for those of you with skin in the game or trying to get in?

A coalition of state governors calls on Congress to extend a key ethanol tax incentive.

And for the 25th time, Willie Nelson and friends stage a benefit concert for the American farmer. A look at Farm Aid after 25 years.

Those stories and market analysis with Tomm Pfitzenmaier.

Posted in Uncategorized on October 8th, 2010 by paul – Be the first to comment

Market to Market 3537

Production on this week’s Market to Market #3537 is well underway.

Big stories on the program include:

  • Senate’s climate change bill.
  • BP Congressional hearing
  • Ken Cook on subsidies
  • WASDE

Market analysis will likely talk about the cold and wet weather that is gripping much of the midwest’s corn belt.

We received a couple of pictures from farmers out there of their corn looking a little wet and cold. Do you have any you want to share? Drop them into the comments or send them to us via our Twitter feed at www.Twitter.com/MarketToMarket

For the record, we do know what WASDE stands for. World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates.

See you this weekend.

Posted in Production on May 11th, 2010 by paul – Be the first to comment