Tonight there will be 219,000 new mouths to feed at the world’s dinner table — that’s 80 million more people over the next year. In the year 2050, there will be 9 billion people on planet Earth. How do we feed them fairly, safely and well, and make sure that every mouth is fed?
FUTURE FOOD is a highly topical new documentary series that asks how we are going to feed ourselves in the 21st Century, and looks for answers in Peru, Kenya, USA, India, Nigeria and China.
From the producers of the popular LIFE series on globalization and its effects on communities and people around the world.
Market Journal is an educational outreach effort presented by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR) which began airing in 1999 and has since produced over 800 episodes. Episodes consist of interviews and news stories with university researchers and extension specialists, farmers and other industry professionals. Market Journal tackles timely issues impacting agriculture, presenting information in an easy-to-understand manner. Content is targeted toward Midwestern farmers and ranchers, but information presented is applicable to all corn, soybean, wheat and livestock producers. Stories of a more global scope are also reported on from time to time.
Hosted by Troy Moling and produced by Mattie McIntosh, Market Journal provides:
• current grain/livestock market commentary and analysis
• weather, climate and soil moisture updates
• proven marketing and management ideas
• overviews of economical situations in the U.S. and abroad
• risk management strategies
• updates on current agricultural policy issues
• practical advice from seasoned, working producers
• opportunities to share information and ideas
• access to the resources of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension
In addition to its weekly broadcasts, the program is also available on-demand. Market Journal segments can be viewed through the free mobile app available on iTunes and the Google Play stores. This app was named by Successful Farming Magazine and Agriculture.com as the Top Farm Management Business App in 2012. Alternatively, Market Journal segments – as well as full episodes – can be viewed online at mj.unl.edu, and clips are also available on YouTube and through a weekly podcast accessible through iTunes. Viewers can also stay connected with Market Journal through social media where the program maintains an active presence on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.