This week on Market Journal–¦
Wheat Markets – Frayne Olson, North Dakota State Extension economist, discusses the latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, winter wheat planting, and how unrest overseas could affect exports.
LFTB Lawsuit – Last week, Beef Products, Inc. filed a $1.2 billion lawsuit against ABC News for false and misleading defamatory statements. John Bender, UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications, explains the lawsuit. Click here to see Dennis Burson–s interview on lean finely textured beef.
New York City Biofuel Update – Greg Greving, Nebraska Soybean Board, explains how a New York City heating oil mandate will improve the market for Nebraska soybean oil. Click here to see the use of biodiesel and bioheat in New York City. Click here to see how New York–s use of biodiesel and bioheat benefits soybean farmers in Nebraska.
Corn Residue Bales – In Market Journal–s continuing drought coverage, UNL Extension beef specialist Rick Rasby talks about using corn residue bales in a producer–s operation. Click here to see Rick Rasby–s considerations when renting corn stalks. Click here to see Jim MacDonald describe how nitrates affect cattle.
Beef Genetics – Matt Spangler, UNL Extension beef genetics specialist, talks about matching beef genetics for your specific environment. Recorded at the 2012 Husker Harvest Days.
Weather Update – UNL Extension state climatologist Al Dutcher forecasts the coming week.