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Daily Radio Newsline
from 05/14/2012
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FOOD FOR PEACE HAS A LONG HISTORY
The US Agency for International Development operates a global food security program older than itself. (Rod Bain and Dina Esposito of USAID) 
RBAIN 00:01:00 Misc

ACTUALITY: ON MULTIPLE LEVELS AND BENEFITS OF FOOD FOR PEACE
Dina Espisito of the US Agency For International Development explains how the Food for Peace program provides layers of benefits, and not just for recipients. 
RBAIN 00:00:40 Misc

WHEAT GROWERS WILL HARVEST MORE BUT SEE PRICES DROP
More acres and better yeilds will mean more U.S. wheat production. (Gary Crawford and Gerry Bange) 
GCRAWFOR 00:01:00 WAOB

ACTUALITY: U.S. CORN COULD PLAY LARGER ROLE IN WORLD MARKETS IN 2013
Jerry Norton, USDA grains analyst, saying that in the next year or two it's likely that U.S. corn will be a bigger player in world export markets. 
GCRAWFOR 00:00:23 WAOB

CORN STOCKS COULD MORE THAN DOUBLE DURING NEXT MARKETING YEAR
After several years of very very tight corn supplies, this next marketing year could be big change. (Gary Crawford and Gerry Bange) 
GCRAWFOR 00:00:58 WAOB

CORN AND SOYBEAN PLANTING ADVANCES NICELY IN THE MIDWEST
Corn Belt producers are back out in the field planting despite recent rainfall. (Susan Carter and USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey) 
SCARTER 00:01:00 WAOB

COTTON PLANTING ON TRACK DESPITE RAIN AND RICE IS LOOKING GOOD
USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey says recent rain didn’t stop cotton planting in the south and the rice crop is looking good this year. (Susan Carter and USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey) 
SCARTER 00:01:00 WAOB

ACTUALITY: WINTER WHEAT ON A RAPID DEVELOPMENT PACE
Brad Rippey, USDA meteorologist says winter wheat has and continues to progress at a wonderful pace. 
SCARTER 00:00:55 WAOB