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Magazine articles on agriculture, livestock, and genetically engineered foods.
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The Motley Fool
November 17, 2004
W.D. Crotty
A Price As Good As Gold Kist The chicken company, formerly a cooperative, is now making money as a for-profit corporation. On balance, Gold Kist looks interesting and the stock is value-priced. mark for My Articles 270 similar articles
The Motley Fool
November 9, 2004
Brian Gorman
Cocoa Crisis? Unrest in the Ivory Coast could mean trouble for companies that need chocolate. For investors, that means it pays to keep track of events around the world. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
The Motley Fool
November 5, 2004
W.D. Crotty
Top Banana Gets Called Out With operating income down and requests for dividends, Chiquita's conference call was no fun. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
The Motley Fool
November 1, 2004
Rich Smith
Supermarket on Sale But Archer Daniels Midland isn't likely to be undervalued for long. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 27, 2004
Brian Gorman
Monsanto Gets Tough The company is getting tough with some South American countries about its pirated technology. All the same, the company will have to maintain a diplomatic posture for its own sake. mark for My Articles 136 similar articles
September 27, 2004
A Mexico-Japan Trade Deal After six years in the making, Mexico and Japan are finally set to sign a Free Trade Agreement covering most industrial products along with certain agricultural goods -- only the second such deal for Japan. mark for My Articles 492 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 26, 2004
Phil Wohl
Smithfield Doesn't Go Whole Hog Profits for pork and beef producer, Smithfield Foods, more than double but were restrained by futures contracts. mark for My Articles 148 similar articles
August 2004
Naomi Lubick
Wine insurance in the Northeast Wine growers in the relatively wet northeastern United States are now starting to embrace drip-irrigation technology, something water-poor grape-growing regions such as California, Chile, Israel, South Africa, Australia and Washington State adopted in the 1970s. mark for My Articles 312 similar articles
Science News
August 14, 2004
Janet Raloff
What's the Beef? A study finds that at least half of the genetic inheritance of many of the animals identified at the slaughterhouse as Angus actually traces to some other breed. A new test will reveal what share of an animal's DNA traces to a particular breed. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
September 2004
Jacob Sullum
Cotton Belt Farmers in developing countries have long blamed U.S. cotton subsidies for encouraging overproduction and driving down world prices. A panel of three trade experts conclude that the subsidies violate WTO rules. mark for My Articles 118 similar articles
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