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Farmers, Ranchers Share Video Testimonials On Benefits Of Nextgen Program

LINCOLN – The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) is providing another avenue for beginning farmers and ranchers, as well as asset owners, to learn more about the NextGen program. A series of v... Read More

Kansas State University Researchers Uncover New Genetic Wheat Markers

MANHATTAN — Kansas State University wheat scientists have completed the first study of a chromosome in a tertiary gene pool and have called it a breakthrough in exploring wheat wild relatives for future crop improvement. Their study, "Exploring th... Read More

Keystone XL developer seeks route approval in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb.  Nearly three years after Nebraska's governor approved a route for the Keystone XL pipeline, the project developer is once again seeking state authorization for the same proposed path. TransCanada filed an application Monday with th... Read More

Great American Wheat Harvest Movie Wins Emmy

Emmitsburg, Maryland film maker, Conrad Weaver of ConjoStudios, LLC is excited to announce that his 2014 documentary the Great American Wheat Harvest film has received a Mid-America Regional EMMY® Award! On Saturday, October 3, the Mid-America Chapt... Read More

Girls District Golf Results

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Nebraska Farm Bureau Supports TPP Trade Deal

Statement by Steve Nelson, Nebraska Farm Bureau President, Regarding Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Deal LINCOLN, NEB., – “The completion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement is welcomed news to Nebraska farm and ranch famil... Read More

Jail sentence imposed for shoplifting riding mower

A 49-year-old Cozad man will serve 90 days in the Dawson County Jail after being found guilty of Felony Theft of a riding lawn mower from the Lexington Walmart. The theft was reported around May 2, 2015 to the Lexington Police Department. At that tim... Read More

Kansas Cropland Values Slipping, But Pastures Up Nearly 7 percent

Kansas farmland values, which climbed and at times soared since 2006, started to level off in 2014 and have dipped so far this year, pulled down by lower grain prices, according to Kansas State University agricultural economist Mykel Taylor. The v... Read More

Nebraska Farmers Union Strongly Opposes Proposed TPP

Lincoln, NE:  John Hansen, President of Nebraska Farmers Union, a former USTR trade advisor for 14 years under Presidents Clinton, George W. Bush, and Obama issued the following statement on behalf of his organization: “The recently finalized T... Read More

Perez sentenced to prison in Lexington child abuse case

A North Platte man was sentenced to prison Monday in connection with a Lexington child abuse case. The case against 22-year-old Christopher Perez stems from traumatic injuries caused to a then 17-month-old boy in February of 2014. Perez had previousl... Read More

Not All Groups Happy With TPP Deal

One of the few agriculture groups to express displeasure with the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement says the deal needs currency manipulation enforcement. National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson said Monday following the announcement of an a... Read More