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Daily Radio Newsline
from 03/13/2012
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HIGHER U.S. WHEAT EXPORTS AND GLOBAL TRADE AND CONSUMPTION RAISED
USDA analysts make a significant change in the forecast for U.S. exported wheat and raise the global wheat trade and consumption numbers. (Susan Carter and World Outlook Board Chair Gerry Bange) 
SCARTER 00:00:59 WAOB

MARCH U.S. CORN NUMBERS REMAIN THE SAME, GLOBAL FIGURES ARE RAISED
No changes have been made to the U.S. corn supply and demand sheet for March, but the world production forecast is increased. (Susan Carter and World Outlook Board Chair Gerry Bange) 
SCARTER 00:01:00 WAOB

BRAZILIAN CROP PRODUCTION HAS INCREASED DRAMATICALLY OVER THE YEARS
A Brazilian state official recently explained why his nation's crop production has grown tremendously over the last few years. (Rod Bain and Seneri Paludo) 
RBAIN 00:00:59 Misc

INCREASED BRAZILIAN CONSUMPTION BENEFITS U.S. AG EXPORTERS
It isn't just agricultural commodity production that has significantly increased in Brazil, and that could mean increased U.S. ag export market opportunities. (Rod Bain and Seneri Paludo) 
RBAIN 00:00:59 Misc

STUDY OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND IMPACTS ON AG ECONOMY IMPACTS COMPLEX
A multitude of factors make up the study of how potential climate change could affect the economies of agriculture. (Rod Bain and Elizabeth Marshall of Economic Research Service) 
RBAIN 00:00:59 ERS

CLIMATE CHANGE AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS ON AGRICULTURE
A USDA Economic Researcher explains how potential climate change could affect the agricultural economy. (Rod Bain and Elizabeth Marshall of Economic Research Service) 
RBAIN 00:00:59 ERS

WARM WEATHER HAS CROPS LIKE CORN ALREADY MATURING
Corn planting is already underway in the South and it’s begun to germinate along with a few other crops. (Susan Carter and USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey) 
SCARTER 00:00:58 WAOB

NEEDED STORMY WEATHER HEADED TO CALIFORNIA
The west is bracing for stormy weather which may turn out not to be so bad. (Susan Carter and USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey) 
SCARTER 00:01:00 WAOB

ACTUALITY: RAIN GOOD FOR THE WEST, BUT A FREEZE COULD WREAK HAVOC
USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey says the rainfall headed to the west will be good for winter grains, pastures and range lands, but a late freeze could be damaging. 
SCARTER 00:00:58 WAOB

ACTUALITY: 8 TO 14 DAY WEATHER FORECAST
USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey gives the extended weather forecast for March 20-26. 
SCARTER 00:00:58 WAOB