June 30, 2011 Today Talk's in Denver. Topics include agricultural subsidies, The Tattered Cover and the appeal of independent book stores, regulating medical marijuana, and a look at the American Chicano movement, which was born in Denver.
Workers pick onions on a Vidalia onion farm in Lyons, Ga. Farmers are concerned that the state's new legislation meant to bar illegal immigrants from the workforce will scare away migrant laborers.
May 27, 2011 In Georgia, farmers have almost everything they need for a successful early harvest, as squash, peppers and peaches are ready for market. But one thing's missing: someone to pick them. They blame the state's new immigration reform law, saying it's keeping itinerant workers away.
August 18, 2010 Canadian Fertilizer Giant Gets Hostile Bid From Australian Firm
August 5, 2010 Russian officials banned wheat exports as a lengthy drought and the need to feed its own people. The ban drove the price of wheat futures up to a two-year high, raising fears that higher food prices could follow.
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