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Lessons on Sharing the Road During Planting Season

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- Ah, planting season -- that magical time of year when spray rigs and tractors pulling planters or tillage equipment must share the road with over-caffeinated commuters, soccer ... Read More

KDA Participates in Trade Mission to South Africa

MANHATTAN, Kan. — In April, the Kansas Department of Agriculture hosted a trade mission to South Africa to attend the Sorghum in the 21st Century Conference: Food, Feed and Fuel in a Rapidly Changing World. Sorghum is a key export crop for Kansa... Read More

Breath-test issue may affect 200 cases in southeast Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A county prosecutor says more than 200 drunken driving cases in southeast Nebraska could be affected by a certification issue with some breath tests conducted by law enforcement. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that some brea... Read More

Nebraska Corn Board Vacancies

LINCOLN, Neb. - Notice is hereby given that the terms for three members of the Nebraska Corn Development, Utilization and Marketing Board will expire June 30, 2018.  The members represent Districts 6, 7, and 8. District #6            ... Read More

Change Coming to Fertilizer Prices?

OMAHA (DTN) -- According to retail fertilizer prices tracked by DTN for the third week of April 2018, prices continue to be mostly on the higher side. However, there are signs that perhaps this is finally changing. Urea is now 4% less expens... Read More

John Deere invests in new test lab at Iowa State University

MOLINE, Ill.,  /PRNewswire/ -- Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) plans to construct a new 33,000-square-foot facility at the Iowa State University (ISU) Research Park as a design and test lab for agricultural spraying and applications technolo... Read More

Kansas State University and Compass Minerals Plant Nutrition sign research agreement

MANHATTAN — Kansas State University and Compass Minerals Plant Nutrition are joining forces to explore innovative plant nutrient products, technologies and opportunities to influence and advance grower practices and grower efficiency. Compass Mi... Read More

Holdrege Golf Invite 4-25

Holdrege Golf Invite 4-25 Top Five Teams Broken Bow,325 Northwest, 332 Aurora, 339 McCook, 340 GICC, 342 Top Five Individual 73 Caleb Badura, Aurora 75 Gabe Velma, McCook 77 Jack Goering, GICC 78 Jared Kahnk, Broken Bow 78 Josh Harvey... Read More

Woman gets probation, jail for embezzling more than $84K

Central City, Neb.  --  A Columbus woman accused of embezzling more than $84,000 from her employer has been sentenced. Merrick County District Court records say 25-year-old Chelsea Aldrich was given 90 days in jail and five years of probation at... Read More

Husker researchers explore ways to use grape waste

Lincoln, Neb. — It's no secret that grapes are the primary ingredient in wine, but what happens to the parts of the grape that don't go into that bottle of Merlot? Roughly 20 percent of the grape, including the seed, stalk and skin, are not use... Read More

Campus abuzz with pollinator-friendly beds

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — If you notice this spring that campus is buzzing more than usual, that’s likely because of a new commitment to being mindful of bees and other pollinators, their habitat and nutritional needs, and how the campus can play a r... Read More