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Latest USDA Crop Report Makes No Big Changes to Soybean Numbers

00:00:59.951   2019-10-11   
USDA's latest crop production report does not make big changes to soybean numbers. (Stephanie Ho and USDA Chief Economist Rob Johansson)

U.S. Rice Production Expected to be Down

00:00:58.044   2019-10-11   
Rice production in the country is expected to be down. (Stephanie Ho, USDA Chief Economist Rob Johansson and Acting WAOB Chair Mark Jekanowski)

USDA Forecast for Cotton: Yield Down, Production Up

00:00:59.820   2019-10-11   
The latest USDA forecast for cotton has the yield down slightly, but overall production is expected to increase. (Stephanie Ho, USDA Chief Economist Rob Johansson and Acting WAOB Chair Mark Jekanowski)

Putting that Halloween Pumpkin to Culinary Use

00:01:00.081   2019-10-11   
If you plan to have an uncarved pumpkin decorating your home this Halloween, you can reuse it, creating a delicious food item or snack. (Rod Bain and Reina Hastings of University of Alaska Extension)

Production Increases for Specific Tree Fruits

00:01:00.316   2019-10-11   
Some of our favorite fall tree fruits reported a rise in production this growing season, per USDA's latest outlook. (Rod Bain and USDA research economist Agnes Perez)

Perdue Says Most Farmers Still Support Strong Trade Stance with China

00:00:54.935   2019-10-10   
Are most farmers still supporting the strong U.S. trade stance with China? Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says they are. (Gary Crawford and Sec'y Sonny Perdue)

Midwest Storm Could Hit Immature Crops

00:00:58.801   2019-10-10   
A storm in the Midwest could significantly damage immature crops. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

What Crops Are Likely to Be Affected by the Latest Storm?

00:00:59.951   2019-10-10   
What crops are likely to be affected by the latest storm? (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

China Trade Talks Resume this Week in Washington

00:00:58.279   2019-10-10   
Get ready for another round of U.S./China trade talks this week. (Gary Crawford, President Donald Trump and Sec'y Sonny Perdue)

Crop Production Forecasts Lowered in October Report

00:00:59.141   2019-10-10   
USDA forecasts for corn, soybean, and cotton production this month reflect an adjustment down for each of those crops. (Rod Bain)

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