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Washington state discovers first 'murder hornet' nest in US

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Scientists in Washington state have discovered the first nest of so-called murder hornets in the United States and plan to wipe it out Saturday to protect native honeybees. The... Read More

Guzman Photo Selected for Cover of a National Directory

KNEB and the Rural Radio Network would like to congratulate Chabella Guzman on the selection of one of her photos for the cover of a national publication. The NAFB (National Association of Farm Broadcasters) picked Chabella's photo of a Wyoming wh... Read More

USDA announces appointments to the United Soybean Board

The U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced the appointment of 19 members and one alternate to serve three-year terms on the United Soybean Board. The terms begin December 2020 and end December 2023. Newly appointed members are: Alabam... Read More

Nebraska vs. Ohio State Ag Showdown | Friday Five | Oct. 23, 2020

It is game week in Nebraska, and fans across the state are ready for some competition, both on the field and in the field. While the Huskers and the Buckeyes take the football field on Saturday, Alex and Rebel compare their work in the fields. ... Read More

Veggie burgers are still burgers, EU lawmakers rule

European lawmakers say that plant-based products that do not contain meat can continue to be labeled “sausages” or “burgers.” The EU parliament on Friday rejected proposals backed by meat industry lobbyists that could have led to a ban on ... Read More

Harvest begins to wrap up in Nebraska | Fridays in the Field | Ep. 22

The growing season is coming to an end for many producers in Nebraska, including Mark Duffek who farms near Dwight. Duffek said he completed harvest last Saturday. While his soybean crop started out strong, dry conditions in the last few months ha... Read More

2019 Organic Survey results show sales up 31% from 2016

The Department of Agriculture’s 2019 Organic Survey released Thursday finds total sales of $9.93 billion in organic products, an increase of $2.37 billion, or 31 percent, from 2016. Released by USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, ... Read More

Panhandle Corn Harvest Being Completed Early

A dry stretch of weather has helped area farmers complete their 2020 corn harvest earlier than ever.'s Ryan Murphy caught up with Sioux County farmer Glenn Miller this week after completing combining of his 400 acres and moving onto custom ha... Read More

The Thursday Fontanelle Final Bell with Mike Zuzolo of Global Commodity Analytics

Did Thursday's Price action tell us anything? Row crops vs. livestock Debate does that set the tone for trade tonight/into tomorrow? Has markets noted weather delays? US & South American Weather Wheat weather issues Struggle ... Read More

AUDIO: Market Commentary with Daily Brokers

Summary At the end end of the week markets are feeling risk adverse, but not completely risk off. For the equities and outside market the dim shimmer of stimulus hope continues to shine. Mid week there were strong rumors that the Treasury departme... Read More

Impossible Foods expanding, calls animal ag 'most destructive technology on earth”

Impossible Foods is expanding its technology platform, accelerating product development, and plans to double its research and development team's size over the next 12 months. Based in California's Silicon Valley, Impossible Foods makes meat and da... Read More