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AgDay Daily Recap -November 14, 2013

November 14, 2013
 
 

TODAY ON AGDAY

NOVEMBER 14, 2013

 

FDA SOYBEAN IMPACT:

GOOD MORNING I'M CLINTON GRIFFITHS. AFTER LAST WEEK'S ANNOUNCEMENT TO BAN THE USE OF TRANSFAT IN AMERICAN FOOD, FARMERS BEGIN QUESTIONING THAT DECISION'S IMPACT ON CROPS.

TYPHOON IMPACT:

WHILE THE U.S. HARVEST WRAPS UP, FOLKS IN THE TYPHOON RAVAGED PHILLIPINES ARE STRUGGLING TO PUT LIFE IN ORDER. 8 PEOPLE DIED AFTER THEY STORMED A RICE WAREHOUSE IN THE CENTRAL PART OF THE COUNTRY...LOOTERS MADE OFF WITH 100-THOUSAND SACKS OF RICE. FOOD AIDE IS JUST MAKING ITS WAY TO THE REGION.
HERE AT HOME, U.S. DAIRY MARKETS COULD ALSO THE FEEL THE IMPACT. A WELLS FARGO ECONOMIST SAYS THE PHILLIPINES ARE A MAJOR EXPORT DESTINATION FOR U.S. DAIRY.

CROP WATCH:

LET'S SHIFT NOW TO FIELD CONDITIONS. MIKE HOFFMAN HAS YOUR THURSDAY MORNING CROPWATCH.

CHINESE BEEF:

IN BEEF TODAY, RANCHING MAY BE ONE OF THE WORLD'S OLDEST PROFESSIONS.
SCIENTISTS IN CHINA SAYS THEY'VE FOUND SIGNS OF DOMESTICATED CATTLE FROM ROUGHLY 10-THOUSAND YEARS AGO. THE JAWBONE OF THE COW IN NORTHERN CHINA APPEARS TO HAVE ALL OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF A DOMESTICATED ANIMAL

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