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The Thursday Fontanelle Final Bell with Darin Fessler of Lakefront Futures

Corn continues to see slop progress in harvest with over 3 billion bushels still out. Beans have been in a difficult spot, many still question the USDA reports. Hong Kong-is this causing a slow down i... Read More

NMPF Thanks Sen. Baldwin for Advocacy; Encouraged by Dr. Hahn’s Dairy Response at FDA Hearing

ARLINGTON, VA – The National Milk Producers Federation thanked Senator Tammy Baldwin for her advocacy for public health and labeling transparency in her questions for Dr. Stephen Hahn during today’s hearing on his nomination to be commissioner o... Read More

Tyson to Reopen Kansas Beef Plant Next Month

Tyson will reopen a Kansas beef processing facility next month, following repairs prompted by an August fire that disrupted operations at the facility. This week, Tyson announced repairs at the Holcomb, Kansas facility are nearly complete, and eff... Read More

Meet the 2020 Class of Young Cattlemen's Conference

Nebraska Cattlemen announced the 2020 class of the Young Cattlemen’s Conference (YCC). YCC nominees were accepted from throughout the state and selected by a committee to participate in the two-year leadership program. The Class of 2020 includes... Read More

The Tuesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Mike Zuzolo of Global Commodity Analytics

Nice to have green on the screen even with bad trade news.  Weekly crop progress report. Kansas Wheat condition.    the corn market analysis going into next week & beyond. Lower U.S. dollar, Global plantings.  Propane shortages continue with... Read More

Senator Fischer Leads Ag State Colleagues in Calling on EPA to Provide Clarity on Biogenic Carbon Emissions

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.), a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, led 17 of her colleagues from agriculture states in signing a bipartisan letter calling on Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andre... Read More

Remains found in Nebraska linked to Missouri killings

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (AP) — Human remains discovered in a Nebraska stock trailer appear to be from one of two Wisconsin brothers who were fatally shot by a Missouri farmer, authorities said Monday. The Lincoln County sheriff’s office in North Pl... Read More

SDSU professor receives USDA teaching award

BROOKINGS, S.D. — For his engaging teaching methods and commitment to students, South Dakota State University animal science professor Cody Wright is a recipient of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Excellence in College and University Teac... Read More

Turkey Talk: Picking the right bird and keeping holiday foods safe

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Cooking a turkey can be daunting enough, but Kansas State University food safety specialist Karen Blakeslee says that everything leading up to the bird going into the oven needs some thought, too. For starters, how big of a tur... Read More

Educational program for cattlemen Nov. 21

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. — The Lincoln County Cattlemen’s meeting for November will include educational programs from Nebraska Extension as part of West Central Cattlemen’s educational series. The Lincoln County Cattlemen’s meeting November 21 will... Read More

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

 How did the corn and soybean markets do for the week?  Does the market care if a Trade deal is done with China? a.       Yes Initially. b.       Depends on the deal after the initial move. Do you think a trade deal with China will... Read More