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Husker Men post NIT win over Butler

The Nebraska men’s basketball team erased an early 12-point deficit and behind a big second half, the Huskers posted their first postseason victory in 11 years Wednesday night with an 80-76 win over... Read More

Tax Commissioner Grants Specific Relief

MARCH 20, 2019 (LINCOLN, NEB.) — As a result of the recent severe flooding that has impacted the State, relief will be granted to taxpayers who are directly impacted and unable to timely file returns and make payments. The Tax Commissioner for th... Read More

ENREC Hay and Fencing Supplies Donation Site

In case you hadn’t heard, the Eastern Nebraska Research & Extension Center near Mead is serving as a collection location for hay (large bales) donations and fencing materials for livestock owners/managers who were impacted by the recent adverse... Read More

Beef + Lamb New Zealand Launches Multi-Million Dollar U.S. Branding Campaign

New Zealand grass-fed, pasture-raised beef and lamb is praised by chefs, retailers and consumers all over the world. Thanks to growing U.S. market demand, Beef + Lamb New Zealand, which represents New Zealand's beef and sheep farmers, is launching a... Read More

Nebraska Broadcasters Association donates $20,000 to American Red Cross to kick off Friday’s statewide “#NebraskaStrong Drive for Flood Relief”

Omaha, NE: The Nebraska Broadcasters Association has made a $20,000.00 donation to the local chapter of the American Red Cross to aid the victims of the historic flooding impacting Nebraska and western Iowa. The donation kicks off Friday’s state... Read More

Drying off after bomb cyclone in the Panhandle and eastern Wyoming

It has been a week since the historic bomb cyclone blizzard, brought rain and snow to areas of the Panhandle and eastern Wyoming. The blizzard dropped anywhere from 10 to 12 inches with the wind creating drifts up to 6ft or more. Cattle losses ar... Read More

Honey Bee Colonies More Successful By Foraging on Non-Crop Fields

Honey bee colonies foraging on land with a strong cover of clover species and alfalfa do more than three times as well than if they are put next to crop fields of sunflowers or canola, according to a study just published in Scientific Reports... Read More

Nebraskans, Others Step Up to Help Flood Victims  Many Resources Available

Lincoln, Neb. – Overnight, the number of cities under emergency declarations in response to the devastation from the historic weather events increased to 89. There are 77 counties under declarations, 4 tribal nations, and 5 special government ... Read More

Market Impacts of a Meat Tax

Over time, animal activists and environmentalists have made calls to put a tax on meat. What effect would that have? To find out, we estimated the impacts that a retail-level greenhouse gas (GHG) tax on meat would have on livestock and grain markets.... Read More

Scoular Announces New Manufacturing Facility to Be Constructed in Seward, Nebraska

Scoular, an employee-owned company based in Omaha, Neb., that offers diverse supply chain solutions for end-users and suppliers of grain, feed ingredients, and food ingredients around the globe, has announced that an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary... Read More

African Swine Fever Continues Global March: China ASF Outbreak Spreads to Vietnam, Raises Threat to Asia and Beyond

Outside of its origins on the African continent, African swine fever (ASF) continues its relentless march through parts of Asia and Europe, causing increasing disruption to the world’s pork production. Much of the world’s attention has been on Ch... Read More