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Crop condition update near Surprise, Nebr. | Fridays in the Field | Ep. 12

Susan is back with an update with Tom and Devin Vodicka of rural Suprise, Nebraska! The father/son duo farm a combination of dry land and irrigated acres of corn and soybeans. This year, they ha... Read More

AUDIO: Market Commentary with Daily Brokers

Summary Going into the end of the week there is more of a risk on feeling. Equities are within spitting distance of all time highs, but traders are a little hesitant to take the markets over the top. Thursday though showed positive economic report... Read More

Nebraska Tax Package Clears Final Round After Cloture Vote

Lawmakers passed a bill containing several major tax proposals Aug. 13. LB1107, introduced by Norfolk Sen. Jim Scheer, contains numerous provisions, including a new tax credit based on the amount of property taxes paid to a taxpayer’s school dis... Read More

Kansas Soybean Association announces CEO retirement, seeking candidates

Kenlon Johannes, Kansas Soybean Association CEO and administrator for the Kansas Soybean Commission, informed the KSA board of directors of his intention to retire in March 2021. Johannes has an accomplished 40-year career in the soybean industry,... Read More

Farmers assess losses after storm flattened cornfields

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Farmers across much of Iowa are dealing with the heartbreaking aftermath of a rare wind storm that turned what was looking like a record corn crop into deep losses. The storm slammed the Midwest with straight line winds o... Read More

(Audio) Nebraska 4-H prepares for State Fair

The Nebraska State Fair will have a different feel this year but still will showcase the youth and their livestock and static exhibits. Brandy Schulze is the  4-H Educational Engagement Coordinator & the 4-H Livestock Superintendent for the s... Read More

(VIDEO) Experience new ziplining, free-falling activities for all ages at Mahoney State Park

If you’re looking for something to do to round out your summer, go ape! Go Ape!, a national ziplining and adventure park company, recently opened two new additions to the Treetop Adventure course at their Eugene T. Mahoney State Park location ne... Read More

AUDIO: The Fontanelle Final Bell Wednesday with Arlan Suderman of StoneX

Arlan Suderman Chief Economist with Stone X joins the Fontanelle Final Bell midweek following a big day of data. At the top of the data pile was the August WASDE report, which to some surprise corn and soybeans were able to make gains following the r... Read More

Kirchhoff selected as FFA American Star finalist

Blake Kirchhoff from Hardy, Nebraska, was selected as one of four students in the nation to be a finalist for the American Star in Agribusiness. Kirchhoff is a member of the Superior FFA Chapter. The National FFA Organization selected 16 studen... Read More

Gering Schools Foundation receives a $2,000 grant for FFA start-up

Gering Schools Foundation received a $2,000 grant for a new FFA Chapter. The grant is provided through Farm Credit Services of America’s (FCSAmerica) Working Here Fund. Gering High School continues to expand their agriculture education program f... Read More

August WASDE Report

USDA expects farmers to harvest a record 15.3 billion bushels (bb) of corn this fall, with a national average yield of 181.8 bushels per acre (bpa), which is also a record, according to its first Crop Production report of the season. Soybean product... Read More