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Court Decision Could Trigger Ammonia Emission Reporting

The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals recently struck down a 2008 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulation that exempted livestock operations from reporting emissions of certain su... Read More

50 Students from Nebraska, Western Iowa Awarded 2017 AKSARBEN Horatio Alger State Scholarship

Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc., a nonprofit educational organization honoring the achievements of outstanding individuals and encouraging youth to pursue their dreams through higher education, today announced the 50 recipi... Read More

Biofuels Stakeholders Issue Statement on Oral Arguments for 2014-2016 Renewable Volume Obligations (RVOs)

In response to oral arguments held yesterday by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on the petition for review of the Renewable Volume Obligations for 2014-2016 filed by Americans for Clean Energy, et al. v. U.S. Environme... Read More

Big Day for Ag at White House with Perdue, Farmer Roundtable

The White House is using Sonny Perdue's swearing in on Tuesday as Agriculture secretary as a backdrop to help show President Donald Trump is focused on the interests of farmers and agriculture To mark Perdue's confirmation vote and first official da... Read More

Teff Hay Could Serve As Drought-Tolerant Forage For Dairy Cows

Researchers at Kansas State University may just have found a safety net for dairy producers during times of limited water availability or drought. Graduate research assistant Benjamin Saylor is reporting findings of a study showing that teff hay h... Read More

Lawsuit By Nebraska Farmer Against Syngenta First To Go To Court

The first of at least a half dozen trials began Monday in state court in Minneapolis, as farmers and grain handlers try to prove Syngenta rushed its Viptera genetically engineered corn, and then a second insect-resistant GMO seed, to market before ob... Read More

Sorghum Scholarship Winner Named

The Nebraska Grain Sorghum Producers Association has named a Sterling high school senior to receive the 2017 NeGSPA Scholarship.  Selected is Micah Erickson son of Jim and Mary Erickson of Sterling, NE. The $400 scholarship is awarded to a graduatin... Read More

Organizations React to Ag Secretary Confirmation

Craig Uden, president of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, today praised the Senate confirmation of former Gov. Sonny Perdue to lead the U.S. Department of Agriculture: “Decisions made every day at the USDA have a significant impact o... Read More

Huskers To Host Mavericks Tonight

Lincoln - After playing four straight road games, including a series victory at Minnesota, the Nebraska baseball team (23-15-1, 7-4-1 Big Ten) returns to Hawks Field on Tuesday for a meeting with the Omaha Mavericks (10-29, 7-11 Summit) at 6:35 p.m.... Read More

Keep an Eye Out for Power Lines During Planting Season

Earlier this month on a cloudless, sunny day, power was suddenly lost in several Nebraska communities. No energy, no lights. The question asked on a sunny day in those communities was what happened to the power? There wasn’t a storm, so what happen... Read More

Briar Cliff falls to Dordt in Doubleheader

The Briar Cliff softball team dropped both games of Monday afternoon's doubleheader against the Defenders at Bishop Mueller Field. Dordt took game one 10-1 in six innings and won game two 7-4. The Chargers are now 8-29 overall and 2-16 in conference ... Read More