Market Journal Focuses on Flood Impacts and Next Steps

Market Journal Focuses on Flood Impacts and Next Steps

This week’s edition of Market Journal devotes a good portion of the broadcast to the devastating floods throughout the state. You’ll find stories highlighting the severity of the disaster, expert commentary from our market analyst, tips for private well owners who are impacted, advice for cattle producers, and short and long-term weather outlooks.

For more flood information and updates see resources at Nebraska Extension's

Fighting the Flood

Market Journal’s Bill Dodd is joined by Associate State Climatologist Al Dutcher and Nebraska Extension Educator Tyler Williams to discuss the impacts from the most significant flood event Nebraska has seen in decades.

Market Analysis

Market analyst and author Elaine Kub stops in to give viewers an idea of what role the Midwest flooding might play in the markets.

Troy Moling interview Bruce Dvorak on the Market Journal set
Market Journal host Troy Moling talks with Extension Engineer Bruce Dvorak about how to ensure private well water safety after a flood.

Well Water Safety

Environmental Engineering Extension Specialist Bruce Dvorak explains how to keep private well water safe in the aftermath of a flood.

Flooding Impacts on Cattle

Matt Stockton joins the program to tell us what the recent flooding means for Nebraska beef producers. To get more information regarding flood recovery and to help those affected by the disaster.

Weather Outlook

It’s been a busy week for Nebraska Extension Agricultural Climatologist Al Dutcher. He gives his forecast for the coming week, and lets us know if more flooding could be on the way.

African Swine Fever

We take an in-depth look at a disease facing pork producers. Is ASF something that could make its way to the United States?

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