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This Week

Episode
EpisodeSeason49Episode4929
As spring planting approaches, nearly half of the Midwest remains in a drought. Tinder dry conditions have been feeding wildfires across the plains. The clock is ticking on a resolution over water in the West. And, commodity market analysis with Elaine Kub.
Market Analysis
ClipSeason49Episode4929
Market Analysis with Elaine Kub
Market Plus
ClipSeason49Episode4929
Market Plus with Elaine Kub
Market Feature
ClipSeason49Episode4929
Seven states are up against the clock to get a water deal reached over the Colorado River and who gets what allotment. As the 2026 deadline approaches, the food versus cities debate simmers over the precious resource. Kathryn Sorensen is the director of the Kyle Center for Water Policy at Arizona State University.
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ClipSeason49Episode4927
Even as economic reports have kept coming, the pace of government has slowed with few bills headed to open debate on the House or Senate floor. 
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ClipSeason49Episode4926
Weeks of bitter cold weather with sub-zero temperatures have given way to another warm weather week with unseasonably high temperatures. 
MtoM Podcast
PodcastSeason8Episode837
Crisis doesn’t happen on schedule - usually a heart attack, farm accident or cancer diagnosis can come when a crop is ready for planting or harvest.
Economic Outlook
ClipSeason48Episode4841
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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