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“Friends of Agriculture” by Nebraska Farm Bureau-PAC

LINCOLN, NEB. – State senators Matt Williams, John Stinner, and Curt Friesen, have received the Nebraska Farm Bureau-PAC’s (NEFB-PAC), “Friend of Agriculture” designation. All four candidates are seeking re-election to represent their respect... Read More

Limousin Junior National Shows Continue in Denver

The Limousin enthusiasm continued Wednesday, July 18 in Denver, Colorado for the 2018 National Junior Limousin Show & Congress. In this second day of showing, 130 Limousin and Lim-Flex animals were paraded in front of Dr. Scott Schaake of Westmor... Read More

NCTA names new recruiter

CURTIS, Neb. - A college recruiter’s nationwide career in the cattle industry is a bonus at the “ag college” in Curtis. Cattle genetics, livestock shows and beef education for consumers create an ideal skill set in outreach and marketing for E... Read More

American Society of Animal Sciences honors K-State professor

VANCOUVER, Canada – Kansas State University animal science professor Joel DeRouchey has received the prestigious Extension Award from the American Society of Animal Science, recognizing his work at the university for the past 17 years. “The ASAS... Read More

Professionals learn about grain purchasing

MANHATTAN, Kan. — As trade conflicts with China stay heated, U.S. soybeans continues to provide technical assist to international markets to continue with the improvement of the industry. The U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) sponsored the Oilsee... Read More

(Video) Iowa tornadoes hit unexpectedly, causing damage and injuries

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A flurry of unexpected tornadoes swept through central Iowa, injuring at least 17 people, flattening buildings in three cities and forcing the evacuation of a hospital. Residents — and even weather forecasters — were ... Read More

(Video) Afternoon Ag News Update - July 19, 2018

Corn Congress continues in Washington, D.C. Susan Littlefield has an update. ...... Read More

Trump says U.S. May Pursue Separate Trade Deal with Mexico

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Wednesday the United States may hammer out a trade deal with Mexico, and then do a separate one with Canada later, sowing fresh doubts about the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement (... Read More

The Nebraska Craft Brewers Guild, Nebraska Hop Program and Midwest Hop Producers present the inaugural Nebraska Harvest Ale Festival

The Nebraska Craft Brewers Guild, Nebraska Extension Hop Program and Midwest Hop Producers are thrilled to announce a new and exciting event that promotes community and the hop growing and craft brewing industries. The Harvest Ale Festival will take ... Read More

Tariffs Could Be a Long Haul

Soybean Leaders Emphasize Market Diversification, Noting That Growing Markets Takes Time LA VISTA, Neb. (DTN) -- As some of the nation's leading soybean farmers gather to focus on checkoff priorities for the United Soybean Board, they can't avoid ... Read More

Nebraska Grazing Conference is Aug. 6-8 in Kearney

Lincoln, Nebraska, July 19, 2018 – Beginning and experienced graziers, land managers, policymakers and those concerned with the utilization and conservation of grazing lands are encouraged to register for the 18th annual Nebraska Grazing Conference... Read More

Farmers, Ethanol Interests Plead With EPA to Reallocate Lost Biofuel Gallons

OMAHA (DTN) -- EPA had not planned to address small-refinery waivers in a public hearing on Wednesday, but farmers and biofuels groups had other ideas as they unloaded on the agency. EPA is seeking comments on the latest proposed Renewable Fuel St... Read More

House Moves to Send Farm Bill to Conference Committee, Appoints Conferees

In conjunction with the motion to proceed to conference on H.R. 2, the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018, House Democratic and Republican leaders named the House conferees, or members who will seek to resolve the differences between the two chamb... Read More

Emergency Grazing of CRP CP25 Now Available in Some Kansas Counties

USDA has announced the additional authorization of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) practice CP25 (continuous practice) acres for emergency grazing only, for the remainder of fiscal year 2018 through September 30. This authorization covers the same... Read More