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This Week

On this edition of Market to Market ... Low water levels plague a major shipping channel, again. Fighting back against the use of food as a weapon Breaking barriers in the vet clinic. And, market analysis with Chris Robinson.
Market Analysis
Chris Robinson discusses the commodity markets.
Market Plus
Chris Robinson discusses the commodity markets in a special web-only feature.
Market Feature
An online search for: “Who was the first female veterinarian in the United States,” generates top results that are a bit misleading. It wasn’t Dr. Florence Kimbell, nor Dr. Elinor McGrath. The search should have favored a woman who graduated seven years earlier: Dr. Mignon Nicholson.
Another summer of limited rain has greatly impacted shipping along the Mississippi River.
During opening debate at the 78th General Assembly of the United Nations, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky defended his country’s attempts at maintaining port access to the Black Sea, which allows Ukrainian grain to be exported to global markets. 
MtoM Podcast
Automation is already in agriculture - but the full transition to driverless cabs is under study. The University of Missouri is now testing and researching on a autonomous and electric tractor. Dr. Jianfeng Zhou gives us a tour of the machine and discusses some of the topics surrounding this evolution.
Economic Outlook
This week's economic outlook has inflation readings and insight on the housing market.
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For more than four decades, Market to Market has covered the issues affecting the more than $1 trillion business of agriculture. Whether it’s global trade conflicts, environmental controversies, changing technologies or emerging enterprises, our reporters make it their business to explain the issues faced by the nearly 60 million people who live and work in rural America. And Market to Market’s team of experienced analysts has a long history of providing expert analysis of the major commodity markets and delivering insight into trends and strategies that help producers and processors cope with changing times.

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