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1975 Crop Year / Agriculture Department Projections / Food Prices #482898

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 26, 1975
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(Studio) Department of Agriculture completes projections on output of American farms for `75: experts predict bumper corn and wheat crops; figures given.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Carmi, Illinois) Spring planting completed early in much of Mid. West [Farmer Harold STAHL - says farmer never knows how crop will turn out because there are so many variables.] Farmers worried about prices they'll get for crops when harvested; hope government to give them strong export mkt, to keep demand high. [Farmer Tom STAHL - doesn't think government should cut off exports if United States had bumper crops.]
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

Chancellor, John;
Jackson, Mike

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