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Governor celebrates National Ag Week

In celebration of National Ag Week Governor Pete Ricketts and Nebraska Department of Agriculture Director Steve Wellman were touring Nebraska. The two stopped in Sidney on March 21, in order to mee... Read More

Science Teachers Encouraged to Apply to Kansas Corn's Seed to STEM Summer Workshops

Science teachers will receive free STEM-based training and materials at the Seed to STEM summer workshops sponsored by Kansas Corn. This is the third year of the popular two-day workshops that provide classroom instruction and labs using the topics o... Read More

Nearly $3-Billion of Southern California’s Urban Economy Linked to Strawberry Farming, Study Shows

WATSONVILLE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Southern California workers and businesses contribute significantly to the state’s strawberry industry, generating nearly $3-billion in non-farm revenue every year, according to a new study released by the Cali... Read More

China state-media editor vows soyabean retaliation

US soyabean exports will be targeted if the Trump administration imposes further tariffs on China, said Hu Xijin, editor of nationalist tabloid the Global Times, which is controlled by the Chinese Communist party mouthpiece the People’s Daily. “I... Read More

Farm Bureau Report: Soybeans Lead the Way in Agriculture Trade in the Beef State

Nebraska may be known as the beef state, but when it comes to agriculture exports, international sales of soybeans bring home the greatest value to Nebraska agriculture, according to a report released by the Nebraska Farm Bureau, Tues. March 20. The ... Read More

Nebraska Corn Board recognized five ag leaders at annual awards dinner

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Corn Board presented five individuals with awards of ag achievement at their annual awards dinner held March 19, 2018 in Lincoln. The annual awards recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the ov... Read More

Importers buy U.S. corn at record rate as drought tightens LatAm supplies

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Importers are buying U.S. corn at the fastest pace since the mid-1990s, according to U.S. government data, as tightening stocks in Latin America prompt a rush to purchase cargoes of the grain from animal feeders worldwide. A deep... Read More

Nebraska Dry Bean Commission announces openings

Notice is hereby given that the terms for four members of the Nebraska Dry Bean Commission will expire May 31, 2018. The members represent dry bean growers in Districts II, III and At-Large grower representative for Districts III and IV and an openin... Read More

Snow, and worry, blankets town in Nebraska

During fall harvest season, Rodney Adams, 64, and his son, who farms with him, worked around the clock to dig sugarbeets out of the ground before the freeze set in.  If they were delayed, there wouldn’t be enough to feed the Western Sugar Cooperat... Read More

Regulators: Loss of Nebraska tax could create new water woes

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Groundwater regulators in Nebraska could have a tougher time financing water conservation projects after a bill they endorsed died in the Legislature, but some lawmakers say the measure wasn't necessary and would have led to hi... Read More

Nebraska Crops Team takes third at Oklahoma Panhandle State University

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Intercollegiate Crops Judging Team competed in the Regional Crops Judging Contest on Feb. 10 at Oklahoma Panhandle State University and placed third in the four-year division against 15 other Midwest four-year and t... Read More