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from 07/16/2012
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HOW REVENUE STREAMS MIGHT PLAY OUT FOR CORN PRODUCERS
The extreme heat and dryness in much of the Corn Belt may determine how corn producers will receive money for this year's crop. (Rod Bain and Chief Economist Joe Glauber) 
RBAIN 00:00:59 OCE

MANY NORTHERN TIER CROPS SHOW INCREASE IN ACRES PLANTED
Several smaller crops, especially in the Nothern tier states, are fairing well in terms of acreage planted and production numbers. (Rod Bain and Lance Honig of National Agricultural Statistics Service) 
RBAIN 00:00:59 NASS

OAT AND BARLEY PRODUCTION SHOWS INCREASE FROM LAST YEAR
Better weather in Northern tier states is fueling a rise in acres planted for two small grain crops. (Rod Bain and Lance Honig of National Agricultural Statistics Service) 
RBAIN 00:01:00 NASS

THE E-15 FUEL JOURNEY HAS BEGUN WITH ONE SHORT STEP
A gas station in Kansas is the first in the nation to offer E15 fuel for regular cars. (Gary Crawford and Scott Zaremba) 
GCRAWFOR 00:00:59 Misc

ACTUALITY: IT WILL TAKE TIME TO MAKE E-15 AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE
Scott Zaremba of Lawrence, Kansas, owner of the first gas station to sell E-15, saying making E-15 available nationwide will be a slow process, not helped by this season's drought. 
GCRAWFOR 00:00:22 Misc

EXTREME DRY CONDITIONS HAVE CORN CROP ON THE BRINK OF DEVASTATION
Severe drought conditions are deteriorating the country’s corn crop. (Susan Carter and USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey) 
SCARTER 00:01:00 WAOB

ACTUALITY: CORN CONDITION NUMBERS FALTERING
Brad Rippey USDA Meteorologist Corn saying condition levels are disappointing. 
SCARTER 00:01:00 WAOB

ACTUALITY: DROUGHT DIMINISHES CHANCE OF 2012 U.S. RECORD CORN CROP
Brad Rippey USDA Meteorologist says there’s no chance of a record corn crop this year as reflected in the latest crop report numbers. 
SCARTER 00:00:31 WAOB

SOYBEANS ARE TANKING DUE TO DRY CONDITIONS
The nation’s soybean crop mirrors the declining corn crop. (Susan Carter and USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey) 
SCARTER 00:00:59 WAOB

ACTUALITY: AG SOUTHEAST PICTURE IS UP A BIT
USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey saying Cotton picture looks a little brighter. 
SCARTER 00:00:57 WAOB

ACTUALITY: RANGE AND PASTURE HIT HARD BY DROUGHT
USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey says the U.S. range and pasture condition has reached a record low. 
SCARTER 00:00:22 SEC