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Nebraska Corn Growers Association elects officers, at-large directors

Members of the Nebraska Corn Growers Association (NeCGA) gathered at the Holthus Convention Center on Thursday, January 21, for their Annual Meeting. Following the Annual Meeting, NeCGA held a regular... Read More

Beaver Crossing equine business to be featured on Women in Ag webcast series

A business located near Beaver Crossing, Nebraska, will be featured in an upcoming women in agriculture webcast searies. “Open for Business: A Nebraska Women in Agripreneurship Series” will feature Triple E Equine, a family-owned and -operated... Read More

AUDIO: Market commentary with daily brokers

Summary The last week of January is starting and the Sunday overnight trade has been a mixed bag with most markets dipping lower and trying to return higher in the early morning hours. Equities will try to spark more rally as the Biden Administ... Read More

Pork Industry Forum will be a virtual event

CLIVE, Iowa — After much consideration and guidance from health officials, the Board of Directors for the National Pork Board has decided the Pork Act portion of the 2021 Pork Industry Forum, scheduled for March 3-5, 2021, will be virtual. Al... Read More

22 Farm, Ranch, Manufacturer and Labor Groups Support American Blueberry Growers’ Trade Relief Request

Billings, Mont. – Thursday January 21, 22 groups representing ranchers, farmers, manufacturers, and workers sent a letter to the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) in support of United States blueberry growers’ request for relief from ... Read More

Bankers survey shows gains in rural economy of 10 states

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A new monthly survey of bankers suggests growing improvement in the economy in rural parts of 10 Plains and Western states. But Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says bank CEOs' biggest fears for 2021 are excessive inflat... Read More

Ask the vet on copper deficiency

Question For 37 years I've run 25 to 40 cows, mostly black Brangus. I've fed them minerals on and off, but last year I started keeping minerals out year-round. After a few months I noticed the hair along the cows' backs turning a reddish brown tint.... Read More

A new feeder on the block in central Nebraska | Friday Feeders

Shelby Loeffelholz will openly admit that gaining entrance into the operator level of agriculture is not an easy task. The capitol, skill, knowledge and relationships needed to attain that level of success seem almost unattainable. However, Loe... Read More

The Friday Fontanelle Final Bell with PJ Conradt of Tredas

Summed up in one word YUCK Rains in South America Lack of rains here in the U.S. Beans back to pre-report prices Basis to remain unchanged-short term Cattle welcomed lower corn ...... Read More

Audio: January cattle on feed report

The January cattle on feed report showed an increase in cattle placed into feedlots and cattle marketed out of feedlots. The total number of cattle on feed was relatively unchanged from a year ago. Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter marke... Read More

Cheese or... not cheese? | Friday Five | Jan.22, 2021

Recently, cheese enthusiasts united to celebrate National Cheese Lovers Day. But were they actually celebrating with cheese? Or what it a cheese product? Perhaps it was a cheese food? There are a lot of different labels used in the cheese wor... Read More