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Nebraska communities among 136 interested in hosting ERS & NIFA

Three Nebraska communities are interested in becoming the new homes of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service (ERS) and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA). ... Read More

Farm Bill on the Campaign Trail

Vice President Mike Pence made several campaign stops last week, including locations in Kansas and Iowa. Going into the trip, a spokesman confirmed that the vice president would bring up the yet-to-be-finished farm bill during his speeches. The White... Read More

UNL graduate student wins Maize-Asia Youth Innovator Award

Dinesh Panday, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln agronomy graduate student working and studying at the Panhandle Research and Extension Center, is one of the winners of the 2018 Maize-Asia Youth Innovators Awards. He was presented with the award at... Read More

(Video) What impact would year-round E15 have on the ethanol market?

Bryce Doeschot reports on the latest in agriculture news and information. Stories: - What impact would year-round sales of E15 do for the ethanol market? - USMCA is a framework for future trade deals More agriculture news and information fr... Read More

EPA Chief Says E15 Expansion Doesn't’t Need Congress

Andrew Wheeler, Acting Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, says his agency can expand E15 sales to year-round without Congressional approval. Wheeler also said last week that the oil industry needs to drop its lawsuit threat against the... Read More

Hurricane Damage Total in Georgia Up to $3 Billion

New assessments by Georgia state officials show that damage to the state’s ag industry from Hurricane Michael is up to $3 billion. Ag Commissioner Gary Black says, “These are generational losses that are unprecedented and it will take unprecedent... Read More

(Video) Sunday Rewind: Weekend Ag News Review

Another week has come and gone.  Here is a review of the agriculture news you might have missed over the weekend! Friday: Friday's in the Field: The combines are back in the field across southeast Nebraska, a week after rain and snow stalled all ... Read More

Throw Out Water Rule, Farm Bureau, Others Tell Texas Court

WASHINGTON, October 18, 2018 – A 2015 rule that expands the federal government’s control over private land nationwide should be vacated in its entirety, attorneys argued in papers filed with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of T... Read More

2019 Conference for Kansas Women in Agriculture Set in Manhattan

Keynote speakers have been announced for the award-winning Women Managing the Farm Conference, set for February 7-8, 2019, in Manhattan, Kansas. Since 2005, this event has been bringing together women farmers, rural business leaders and landowners.... Read More

CFTC Staff Issues Updated Report Assessing Agricultural Block Trades

Washington, DC — The Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) Market Intelligence Branch (MIB) today issued a report entitled Updated Report: Agricultural Block Trade Analysis  (October 2018), that updates findings from a July 2018 repor... Read More

(Video) Friday's in the Field - - - Southeast Nebraska Update - Andrew Neujahr

The combines are back in the field across southeast Nebraska, a week after rain and snow stalled all progress. On this edition of Friday's in the Field, we hear from Andrew Neujahr near Waverly.  Neujahr is in his first year as a full-time produc... Read More