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China Has Unexpectedly Strong Demand for Meat

00:00:59.951   2021-03-04   
A growing and hungry China is showing an unexpectedly strong demand for meat and protein. (Stephanie Ho and Fred Gale, ERS)

China's Demand for Ag Imports is Expected to Grow

00:01:00.029   2021-03-04   
China's demand for ag imports already has benefited American producers and is expected to continue growing. (Stephanie Ho, Daniel Whitley, acting Foreign Ag Service Administrator; David Dollar, senior fellow at Brookings Institution; Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack)

Strong Chinese Demand for U.S. Soybeans and Corn

00:00:59.977   2021-03-04   
What impacts will Chinese demand have on U.S. soybeans and corn? (Stephanie Ho and USDA Trade Counsel Jason Hafemeister)

How Has Chinese Demand Affected U.S. Agriculture?

00:00:57.286   2021-03-04   
How has Chinese demand affected some sectors of U.S. agriculture? (Stephanie Ho and USDA Trade Counsel Jason Hafemeister)

A Notable Mark in Latest U.S. Drought Monitor

00:01:00.290   2021-03-04   
A slight increase in U.S. drought coverage to start March has resulted in the highest level of drought in the contiguous 48 states in over seven years. (Rod Bain and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Actuality: Commodities in Drought

00:00:57.469   2021-03-04   
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, discusses drought coverage and its impacts on crops and livestock for the period ending March 2nd.

Actuality: Spring Planted Commodities in Drought

00:00:57.469   2021-03-04   
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, takes an early look at spring planted crops and potential areas of drought coverage for those crops.

Actuality: A Comparison of Drought Coverage Periods

00:00:45.505   2021-03-04   
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, notes U.S. drought coverage in late 2013-early 2014 compared to similar numbers in the most recent U.S. Drought Monitor.

Wildfire Concern Grows in the Southwest and Southern Plains

00:00:59.506   2021-03-04   
The drought plagued Southwest quadrant of the country could experience a prolonged wildfire season as conditions continue to deteriorate. (Rod Bain and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Texas Still Assessing Livestock Industry Losses from that Winter Storm

00:01:00.107   2021-03-04   
Texas livestock operators are still counting up the losses from that deadly winter storm. (Gary Crawford and Dr. Jeff Hyde with Texas A & M AgriLife Extension)

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