This week on Market Journal...

     Grain Markets –“ North Dakota State Extension economist Frayne Olson discusses the USDA–™s Outlook for U.S. Agricultural Trade and the latest in wheat markets.
     Crop Insurance –“ The deadline for corn and soybean farmers to submit their crop insurance plans is March 15. Rob Heyen, Crop Insurance Solutions, outlines options for this year–™s coverage.
     World Agriculture –“ Grady Bishop, U.S. Director of Swine Operations at Elanco Animal Health, talks about the state of global agriculture as it relates to producers in Nebraska.
     National Pork Board –“ The National Pork Industry forum in March will address advisements brought by pork producing states. Jan Miller, National Pork Board, discusses three advisements from this year–™s upcoming forum.
     PRRS –“ Veterinarian Alan Snodgrass explains how the porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus affects pigs, and what producers can do to minimize risk or treat its effects.
     Weather –“ UNL Extension statewide climatologist Al Dutcher forecasts the next seven days and projects precipitation possibilities for the driest areas of the state.