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Apr 13, 2022

  • Impact China and Ukraine are Having on International Grain Markets
  • Implications of Two Agricultural Court Cases
  • Stop, Look and Listen

00:01:00 – Impact China and Ukraine are Having on International Grain Markets: The senior economist with the IGP Institute at K-State, Guy Allen, provides his monthly update on trends in the international grain markets:  he centers his comments on China's consistent purchases of U.S corn and soybeans, and how the war on Ukraine continues to influence international wheat trade


00:12:00 – Implications of Two Agricultural Court Cases: Agricultural law and taxation professor Roger McEowen of the Washburn University School of Law takes up two current court topics:  the U.S. Supreme Court electing to hear the case against California's Proposition 12 brought by U.S. pork producers, and a ruling in Louisiana against that state's new meat labeling law...he'll look at the implications of each of these developments


00:23:00 – Stop, Look and Listen: K-State's Gus van Der Hoeven provides his commentary on life in rural Kansas


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