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Cranberry growers and marketers are not only trying to maintain holiday and year-round demand in the U.S., but are working to build demand worldwide. (Gary Crawford, Karen Cahill and Alison Carr) (Recorded at USDA's Farmers Market)
A New Mexico forest district is the provider of this year's U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree, now travelling to Washington D.C. and set to arrive early next week. (Rod Bain and Ivan Knudsen of the U.S. Forest Service)
A rice industry official says a new agreement guaranteeing market access for U.S. rice to South Korea is expected to be a starting point for a growing potential value. (Rod Bain and Peter Bachmann od U.S. Rice Association)