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Are Fed Cattle Getting Too Big for Livestock Haulers?

Finished cattle have outgrown the trailers used to haul them. That’s the consensus of packers, truckers, feedyard managers, and now documented through research conducted by Kansas State University (... Read More

Major League Baseball

INTERLEAGUE Monday's Game Milwaukee 8 Texas 3 Tuesday's Game Milwaukee (Nelson 8-15) at Texas (Griffin 7-4), 8:05 p.m. AMERICAN LEAGUE Monday's Games(equals) N.Y. Yankees 7, Toronto 5 Cleveland 7, Detroit 4 Chicago White Sox 7, Tampa Bay... Read More

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Takes Steps to Address ESA Deficiencies

Monday,  the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a final rule that begins to address rampant abuse of the Endangered Species Act listing process. The rule limits petitions for new listings to one species and will require more substantive justifi... Read More

Mycotoxin Problems- Early Samples on 2016 Corn Crop Concerning

The U.S. is expecting a large corn crop, projected as high as 15.09 billion bushels, and the 2016 wheat crop yields have been at or near record levels in several wheat classes. However, Alltech mycotoxin expert Dr. Max Hawkins has a warning: Quantity... Read More

Milt Tenopir, longtime Nebraska offensive line coach, dies

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Milt Tenopir, who coached some of college football's most dominant offensive lines with Nebraska in the 1980s and '90s, has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 76. Tenopir's daughter, Kim Lester, confirmed Tenopir's... Read More

Pro-science advocate, Mark Lynas to present Heuermann Lecture October 10, 2016

British environmental writer and pro-science advocate, Mark Lynas, who has devoted his career to speaking around the world on climate change, biotechnology and nuclear power will present  “GMOs are Green: How an Environmentalist Changed his Mind ... Read More

Aggie Rodeo Team Traveling to Double Header in Iowa

Curtis, Neb. – Two rodeo contests in Iowa on Sept. 29-Oct. 2 are on tap for the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture Rodeo Team. In their third and fourth official collegiate contests of the 2016-2017 season the Aggies have nine athletes on... Read More

Hunter Selected B1G Setter of the Week

Nebraska setter Kelly Hunter received her second Big Ten Setter of the Week honor this season, the conference office announced Monday. The junior captain led the unbeaten and top-ranked Huskers to a pair of top-25 road wins at Michigan and Michiga... Read More

USDA Weekly Crop Progress- Corn, Soybean Harvests Lag Average Pace

OMAHA (DTN) -- Corn and soybean harvest progress was lagging an average pace as of Sept. 25, according to USDA's latest Crop Progress report released Monday. Corn harvest is 4 percentage points behind the five-year average and soybean harvest is 3 pe... Read More

Nebraska State Patrol Issues 486 Citations during Regional Speed Enforcement

The Nebraska State Patrol issued 486 speeding tickets statewide over the weekend during participation in the area’s first Regional Speed Enforcement Campaign, spearheaded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrationand the State Highway Sa... Read More

Water Symposium, Law Conference Set for Oct. 20-21

Lincoln, Nebraska, Sept. 26, 2016 – Panels will look at water basin management in Nebraska at the University of Nebraska's annual water symposium and water law conference Oct. 20 and 21. The back-to-back events will be at Nebraska Innovation Cam... Read More