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Genetic Price Tags

One of the country's oldest and best known replacement heifer sales is adding another level of data to help buyers select animals that best fit their operations' goals. Beginning February 2019, bulls ... Read More

2018 Hard Red Winter Wheat Harvest Nearing the Finish Line

As of Friday, Aug. 17, U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) noted in their weekly harvest update that other than a few acres in Wyoming, the 2018 HRW harvest progress is now limited to Montana (71% complete), Washington (74% complete) and Idaho (74% complete)... Read More

Cooperative Extension Adapts to a Less Agricultural America

In its century of existence, the Cooperative Extension System has been a valuable resource distributing university-driven, science-based information — mostly about farming and gardening — to the public. But in today's less agricultural America, t... Read More

Husker Women Announce Full Schedule, Season Tickets go On Sale Wednesday

The Nebraska women’s basketball team unveiled its full season schedule on Tuesday, including a 15-game home slate at Pinnacle Bank Arena that features nine Big Ten Conference contests. Overall, Nebraska’s 29-game regular-season schedule will f... Read More

Nebraska Men's Basketball Conference Schedule released

Lincoln – Five weekend Big Ten home games, including the conference opener against Illinois, highlight Nebraska’s 2018-19 men’s basketball conference schedule released Tuesday afternoon. The five home games include a trio of Saturday matc... Read More

Finalists Named For Kansas Leopold  Conservation Award

Ranchland Trust of Kansas, the Sand County Foundation and the Kansas Association of Conservation Districts (KACD) have named finalists for the 2018 Kansas Leopold Conservation Award. The award honors Kansas landowners for achievement in voluntary ste... Read More

Senate votes for $10 million to help identify troop remains from North Korea

Washington, DC -- The Senate voted on Monday to give the Pentagon an additional $10 million to help identify remains of U.S. troops turned over by North Korea earlier this month. The measure was added to an annual defense appropriations bill by a ... Read More

Washington Judge Blocks Kill Order on Wolves to Save Cattle

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A judge in Washington has issued an emergency order blocking the state from killing members of a wolf pack that have been preying on cattle. The Department of Fish and Wildlife had announced Monday morning that it would imm... Read More

Operation Mother Nature Part 2

Kelly Clarkson Agrees to Move Indoors Grand Island, NE— Following on the heels of Monday’s announcement that water saturation levels are forcing changes to the outdoor concerts at Nebraska State Fair, Kelly Clarkson has now confirmed that she ... Read More

Kansas State University experts confront looming threat of African swine fever in Asia

MANHATTAN — Kansas State University experts are providing guidance to officials in East Asia on the emerging problem of African swine fever. Jürgen Richt, Regents distinguished professor and director of the university's Center of Excellence fo... Read More

(Audio) UNK Women's Soccer Looking for Big Things in 2018

Chloe Roberts came to UNK in August 2014 and served as the program's graduate assistant coach for two seasons.  In May 2016, she graduated from UNK with a Master's in Exercise Science.  That summer, she was elevated to assistant coach, promoted to ... Read More