Conventional Beef Production’s Economic and Environmental Advantage - Alex Avery, Center for Global Food Issues, Hudson Institute, from the 2009 Feeding Quality Forum , November 10, 2009, South Sioux City, NE, USA
What was responsible for the peak in the drop credit a couple of weeks ago? What will world grain stocks look like next year? Should you buy some out of the money corn call options for your wife for Valentines Day? Dan Basse, President of AgResource Company, wraps up his thoughts on protein and feedstuff market outlook. Part 3
Employment prospects for farmers, ranchers, and production managers are expected to decline over the next seven years, with notable exceptions in organic farming, horticulture, and aquiculture. The overall outlook for careers in agriculture and food science is brighter—job growth in these areas is expected to keep pace with the average of other occupations in the United States.