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Great Plains Grazing to host May 25 webinar on ‘limit feeding’ during drought

MANHATTAN, Kan. – In years when hay and forage production is low due to drought, hay prices often escalate, and in severe cases, forage of any kind may be hard to obtain. Limit feeding can be a cost... Read More

Miss Nebraska crowned Miss USA

Miss Nebraska has been crowned Miss USA. Sarah Rose Summers bested 50 other women from all the states and the District of Columbia to win Monday evening's final competition. A 23-year-old contestant from Omaha, Summers graduated from Texas Christi... Read More

Growing a Renewable Future

At the very heart of Nebraska agriculture, a synergistic relationship between corn, ethanol, and livestock has been helping grow our state for decades.  Ethanol producers use corn feedstocks to produce high-quality biofuels.  Many cattle feeders pr... Read More

Doubleheader legion baseball tonight on KNEB

It'll be a busy night of legion baseball coverage here at KNEB. We'll start with the WESTCO Zephyrs hosting Cheyenne Post 6 over at Cleveland Field. There's been a change in start time for tonight's game, it's been moved from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Rad... Read More

House Farm Bill Dormant Amid Immigration Dispute

House Republican leadership is currently struggling with immigration issues and it’s put the House farm bill that didn’t pass on Friday right on the back burner. The Hagstrom Report describes the bill as “dormant.” Speaker Paul Ryan called... Read More

House Members Call for End to Thailand’s Ban on U.S. Pork

Washington, D.C.– Members of the U.S. House of Representatives sent a letter to Virachai Plasai, ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to the United States, calling for the removal of restrictions on imports of U.S. farm products, including U.S.... Read More

Seven miles of Scotts Bluff County roads closed; disaster request possible

Scotts Bluff County Highway Superintendent Linda Grummert says the  process of re-establishing a grade on the county's saturated roads has begun. Seven miles of gravel roads were still closed Monday afternoon from the weekend's heavy rain. Grumme... Read More

Commissioners approve more funding for Tri-City Roadrunner

Additional funding for Scotts Bluff County's public transit system was approved by the County Board Monday night. The commissioners approved spending $120,000 to replace two older Handi-Bus  buses that had high mileage, repair and lift issues. 80... Read More

USDA to Ask About 2018 Crops, Stocks, Inventories and Values

LINCOLN, Neb. May 21, 2018 – During the next few weeks, USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will conduct two major inquiries, contacting nearly 4,300 producers across Nebraska to determine crop acreage and stock levels as of Ju... Read More

Ethanol Summit of the Asia Pacific Highlights Global Ethanol Use Opportunities

Washington, D.C. - Industry and government officials from 17 countries in Asia and Oceania are meeting with members of the U.S. ethanol industry and U.S. officials in Minneapolis this week at the Ethanol Summit of the Asia Pacific (Summit), focused ... Read More News: May 21, 2018

Today on News:  Torrential rains over the weekend wreak havoc across the Valley Gering High School celebrates the Class of 2018 during Sunday's graduation ceremony at Cougar Palace Parking changes coming to Gering ahead of inaugur... Read More