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Horned Frogs advance in CWS

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ Sean Wymer struck out national player of the year Brendan McKay in two key situations while pitching 4 1/3 innings of shutout relief, and TCU was on the right side of two close play... Read More

KARL program begins transition, announces J.J. Jones interim president

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- The Kansas Agriculture and Rural Leadership board of directors announced J.J. Jones as the new interim president of the KARL program, effective July 1, 2017. Jones will succeed Alvin Davis, who resigned from the position. As int... Read More

(VIDEO) Smith Questions U.S. Trade Representative Lighthizer on Agriculture Trade Priorities

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) questioned U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on agriculture trade priorities in today’s Ways and Means Committee hearing on President Trump’s trade agenda.  Smith focused on China’... Read More

Presenters Announced for 2017 SD Governor’s Agricultural Summit

The 2017 Governor’s Agricultural Summit will feature discussions on animal health, the current and future agricultural economy, succession planning and innovative South Dakota agriculture businesses. The summit, hosted by the South Dakota Depart... Read More

Driver killed in Platte County crash, authorities say

MONROE, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities say a 36-year-old driver died after his car struck a bridge railing and rolled in Platte County. The crash occurred around 2 p.m. Wednesday, about a half mile (1 kilometer) north of Monroe. The Platte County Sheriff... Read More

(Video) Jeffrey Exhibit at Dawson County Museum

LEXINGTON - The 150 years of Dawson County continues at the Dawson County Historical Society Museum as they honor local artists Joe and Diane Jeffrey. Museum Director Crystal Werger said that the exhibit will be highlighted by a talk by renowned p... Read More

Farmers and Ranchers Have One Week Left to Sign Up to Receive the 2017 Census of Agriculture

New farmers and ranchers, and those not previously contacted by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), have until the end of June to ensure they are represented in this year’s Census of Agriculture. To receive a census questionnaire t... Read More

House Agriculture Committee Features University Leaders in Agricultural Research

Washington, D.C.—Today, the House Agriculture Committee held a hearing to discuss investments in agricultural research as a continuation of the committee’s hearing series on preparing for the next farm bill. Chairman K. Michael Conaway (TX-11) an... Read More

Bicyclists set out for 30th Tour de Nebraska

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (AP) _ Nearly 500 bicyclists are in their second day of travel along the more than 200-mile Tour de Nebraska route. The Grand Island Independent reports that the annual ride began Wednesday and goes through Sunday. Riders tra... Read More

Burn without concern

The USDA Forest Service in the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area (BWCWA) will continue to use controlled burns without worrying about fish health in associated watersheds, researchers say. “Fire is a part of this community,” said soil scie... Read More

CFTC fines U.S. cattle futures traders $5 million

U.S. futures regulators fined a Memphis trading firm and three associates $5 million on Wednesday for using a manipulative tactic in CME Group Inc's (CME.O) cattle futures, a market grappling with extreme volatility. The Commodity Futures Trading ... Read More