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U.S. Bean Production Forecast and World Supply and Demand Impact

00:01:00.368   2019-08-13   
It wasn't just the August U.S. soybean balance sheet affected by the latest downward adjustments to domestic bean production forecasts. (Rod Bain and Acting World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Mark Jekanowski)

Actuality: Lower Bean Production and Latest Domestic Balance Sheet

00:00:54.752   2019-08-13   
Acting World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Mark Jekanowski explains how lower soybean production forecast is impacting supply and price estimates in the U.S. balance sheet.

More Cotton Produced. More Cotton in Supply

00:01:00.186   2019-08-13   
A rise in U.S. cotton production forecasts means more cotton in ending stocks and impacts on price. (Rod Bain and Acting World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Mark Jekanowski)

The Latest Outlook for Global and Domestic Rice Estimates

00:01:00.264   2019-08-13   
What is reflected in the Agriculture Department's August outlooks for rice production, supply, and demand both here and abroad? (Rod Bain and Acting World Agricultural Outlook Board Chair Mark Jekanowski)

Supermarket Food Prices Steady in July--Slightly Higher than July 2018

00:01:00.055   2019-08-13   
The latest Consumer Price Index continues to point to very low food price inflation this year. (Gary Crawford and Gianna Short)

USDA Has Big Job in Implementing New Disaster Programs

00:01:00.055   2019-08-13   
One USDA official says creating and implementing new disaster programs is a very complex undertaking with a lot of "moving parts". (Gary Crawford, Sec'y Sonny Perdue and Steven Peterson)

Weather Battle is A-Brewing

00:01:00.029   2019-08-13   
What happens when a hot air mass meets cool temperatures? (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Two Areas To Watch Out for Possible Wildfires

00:00:54.935   2019-08-13   
Dry weather is helping create conditions for wildfires -- especially in two areas of the country. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Midwest Flooding Is Gone, Compacted Soil is Left Behind

00:00:59.951   2019-08-13   
Although the flooding in the Midwest is largely gone, farmers in the Corn Belt have another related issue to contend with. (Stephanie Ho and USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey)

Actuality: National Weather Outlook for Aug 20 - 26

00:00:38.164   2019-08-13   
USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey, has the outlook for the weather in the third week of August.