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Sorghum Prices Falls Three Times Lower After China Tariff Announcement

Grain-handling company Scoular tells Bloomberg that sorghum bids in the Gulf of Mexico have all but disappeared in the wake of a Chinese decision to impose a 179 percent tariff on U.S. imports. Bob... Read More

Applications are Now Being Accepted for the  Valent and ASA Ag Voices of the Future Program

ST. LOUIS– The American Soybean Association (ASA) is now accepting applications for the Ag Voices of the Future program, sponsored by Valent USA. This program is for young people interested in improving their understanding of major policy issues th... Read More

Furnas, Red Willow and Hitchcock producers eligible for cover crop initiative

LINCOLN, Neb. – Ag producers in Furnas, Red Willow and Hitchcock counties are eligible to receive $49.29 per acre assistance for planting multispecies cover crops after wheat or other summer-harvested crop. Grazing is allowed on up to 75 percent... Read More

NU Falls Short in Comeback Attempt Against Bluejays

Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska baseball team (17-22) trailed Creighton 10-1 after the top of the fifth and battled back before ultimately falling to the Bluejays by a 12-9 margin at Hawks Field on Tuesday night. Scott Schreiber and Jesse Wilkenin... Read More

High School Soccer Results

  Tuesday (04/24/2018) Crete 1, Northwest 0 Elkhorn 9, Plattsmouth 0 Gretna 10, Bennington 1 Kearney 4, Hastings 0 Lincoln High 5, Fremont 2 North Platte 1, Norfolk 0 Omaha Skutt Catholic 3, Mount Michael Benedictine 0 Ralston 2, Be... Read More News: April 24, 2018

Today on News:  Gering approves hiring of new city engineer Four men caught in December Scottsbluff prostitution sting have sentencing dates set Scotts Bluff County Detention Center undergoing administrative restructuring, result... Read More

Lower-Profit Operations Have Some Things in Common

Markets are impossible to control, but cost management is the difference between profit and loss for many cattle operations. A recent study out of Kansas State University sifted through reams of data and found that when comparing 61 different co... Read More

Seven UNL students are set to begin summer internships sponsored by Nebraska Corn

LINCOLN, Neb. – As the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s spring semester winds down, seven students will soon be starting summer internship programs supported by the Nebraska Corn Board and Nebraska Corn Growers Association. Although these interns... Read More

Filibusters on Trump Nominees, Bills Complicate EPA Head Replacement

OMAHA (DTN) -- As much angst as EPA has caused for the ethanol industry with Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) hardship waivers granted to small refineries, Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, said he doesn't believe EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt should be r... Read More

Former nurse sentenced to prison for fondling Scottsbluff patients

A former nurse accused of fondling three sedated patients while administering pain killers at Regional West was sentenced today (Tuesday) to three,  one year terms in prison. The new prison terms will be  concurrent with a 12 year prison sentence i... Read More

CA Judge Says Glyphosate Can Be Listed Under Prop 65

A California Appeals Court sided with the Center for Food Safety and the state of California in affirming that Monsanto’s glyphosate pesticide can be listed under Prop 65. The listing says glyphosate is a known carcinogen. Monsanto filed a lawsu... Read More