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Encouraging Movement on the China Trade Front

00:00:59.559   2019-09-13   
There's been some encouraging news for U.S. pork and soybean producers concerning trade with China. (Gary Crawford and Rob Johansson)

What Are Price Prospects for the Upcoming U.S. Soybean Crop?

00:01:00.212   2019-09-13   
What are the price prospects for the upcoming U.S. soybean crop? (Gary Crawford and Mark Jekanowski)

Actuality: Acceleration of Soybean Exports to China Expected to Continue

00:00:43.128   2019-09-13   
Mark Jekanowski, USDA Outlook Board Chairman, saying he expects the pace of U.S. soybean sales to China to increase.

Cotton Producers May Be Facing a Time of "Belt Tightening"

00:01:00.055   2019-09-13   
Prices for this new crop of cotton could be significantly lower than for this past season's crop. (Gary Crawford, Mark Jekanowski, Rob Johansson)

Will Higher Rice Prices Make up for Lower Production

00:00:59.350   2019-09-13   
USDA has lowered its projections for the rice crop and raised its price forecast. (Gary Crawford and Mark Jekanowski)

What Else Can Farmers Do with Extremely Flooded Farmland?

00:00:59.794   2019-09-13   
What else can farmers do with extremely flooded farmland? (Stephanie Ho and NRCS Chief Matthew Lohr)

USDA Invests in High-Priority Wetland Improvement Projects

00:00:59.376   2019-09-13   
USDA is investing in wetland improvement projects in high priority areas touched by flooding. (Stephanie Ho and NRCS Chief Matthew Lohr)

Actuality: NRCS Helps Farmers Weather Natural Disasters

00:00:31.712   2019-09-13   
Natural Resources Conservation Service Chief Matthew Lohr says his agency aims at helping farmers weather natural disasters.

A Bee Larvae Diet Discovery?

00:01:00.316   2019-09-13   
Recent research appears to show that bees and their larvae don't just survive on pollen and nectar alone, but also on protein rich microbes as well. (Rod Bain and USDA researcher Shawn Steffan)

Actuality: Microbes Connected to Bee Larvae Diet

00:00:59.977   2019-09-13   
USDA research Shawn Steffan discusses how microbes within the pollen provisions for bee larvae provide necessary amino acids, and therefore, a source of protein.

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