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The Monday Fontanelle Final Bell with Sue Martin of Ag & Investment

Rough day in the soybeans, but a negative day isn’t a bad thing China keeps purchasing U.S. beans Spillover pressure for the wheat from the row crops Equity markets around the world wer... Read More

Weekend Ag News Recap | Sept. 20, 2020

As the last full week of summer comes to an end, rest assured the Rural Radio Network will get you up-to-speed in agriculture news before fall officially begins. From stock show cancellations to stock show countdowns, keep scrolling to catch up! Hea... Read More

Falling for Nebraska Apples | Friday Five | Sept. 18, 2020

We apple-solutely love fall, so we went to Martin's Hillside Orchard near Ceresco, Nebraska to celebrate! At Martin's Hillside Orchard, they offer u-pick activities for apples, peaches, raspberries and pumpkins! 5) A Hard-Core Fall Fruit ... Read More

North Platte NRD cuts budget while safeguarding district

The North Platte Natural Resources District (NPNRD) Board of Directors passed its budget for the Fiscal Year 2020 with notable changes on Sept. 10, including reductions in spending for the third year in a row.   The reductions combined with cuts... Read More

Hurry up & wait - Harvest hasn't begun near Henderson | Fridays in the Field | Ep. 17

Patience is being tested, as harvest hasn't yet begun for Matt Hiebner near Henderson, Nebraska On the latest edition of Fridays in the Field, Shalee visits with Matt about the current crop conditions. Hiebner primarily grows corn, mixing soybe... Read More

AUDIO: Thursday Fontanelle Final Bell With Kyle Bumsted of Allendale Inc.

Thursday brought about another strong day of gains in the grain market. Soybeans continue to hold well over the $10 mark. Looking at a continuous chart that puts soybeans back towards highs not seen since early 2018 before the US China trade war kick... Read More

Summer gardening competition brings Nebraska students together virtually through common interest, learning

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s The Biggest Grower Competition brought Nebraska high school students together virtually with a new, experiential learning gardening opportunity amid a summer of COVID-19 shutdowns. The university’s Depart... Read More

The Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman of StoneX

Soybeans and what the potential is for this crop Situation in China includes building hogs & expanding poultry South America planting is underway One in six restaurants failing nationally...the next 6 months do not look good &nbs... Read More

Nebraska ag groups ask EPA to re-register Dicamba products

A group of Nebraska agriculture organizations is urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to re-register over-the-top, post-emergence dicamba products. Dicamba access and use is dependent on EPA re-labeling dicamba products, as legal ... Read More

The Fontanelle Final Bell Tuesday With Mike Zuzolo

Mike Zuzolo, Global Commodity Analytics, joins the Fontanelle Final Bell on a turn around Tuesday in the ag commodity markets. Zuzolo highlights that today's pullback was bound to happen sooner rather than later. Still in the soybean complex it's goo... Read More

The Monday Fontanelle Final Bell with Jeff Peterson of Heartland Farm Partners

Did you see any surprises out of the crop report last Friday? How did you feel about the corn and soybean yields that NASS report? What do you think the yields will go show in the October report? How does the demand for corn look at this... Read More