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Wayne State softball hosting three camps in February

The Wayne State College softball program will host three camps during the month of February in the WSC Recreation Center. A Hitting/General Skills Clinic will be held on Saturday and Sunday, February ... Read More

High School Basketball Scores

Tuesday's Scores By The Associated Press BOYS PREP BASKETBALL Ainsworth 66, CWC 23 Allen 55, Wynot 47 Alliance 68, Gordon/Rushville 23 Amherst 44, Shelton 34 Anselmo-Merna 64, Sumner-Eddyville-Miller 44 Ashland-Greenwood 50, Yutan... Read More

Fortenberry Named Republican Leader of the House Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee

(Washington, D.C.) – Congressman Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE) made the following statement today on being named the Republican Leader of the House Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee: “Our land has been the source of America’s vitality,” Fort... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR TUESDAY JANUARY 15, 2018

01-15-19 Central Valley Ag Elgin Corn - 330 Beans - 773 Humphrey Corn - 330 Beans - 781 Monroe Corn - 331 Beans - 781 Oakland E. Hub Corn - 327 Beans - 789 Royal Hub Corn - 331 Beans - 780 Wakefield Corn - 324 Beans - 766 West Point Corn - ... Read More

Farmers and Ranchers Digest Information on Alternative Protein Sources

Whether it is called fake meat or clean meat, products containing alternative sources of protein have been appearing in supermarkets and restaurants around the country, and are competing with traditionally raised animal agriculture products. Farmers ... Read More

High-ranking USDA-NIFA officer to lead K-State’s Food Science Institute

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Jeanette Thurston has been selected to lead Kansas State University’s Food Science Institute, beginning June 17. For the last 10 years, Thurston has held positions of increasing responsibility at the U.S. Department of Agricu... Read More

Colorado animal sanctuary saves hundreds of chickens

ERIE, Colo. (AP) — A Colorado sanctuary for farm animals says it found cannibalism, infections and fractured wings while rescuing chickens from a farm. The Daily Camera reports Chrissy Dinardo, the development director at Luvin Arms, in Erie, ... Read More

RFA Launches E15 Awareness Campaign

WASHINGTON — With less than five months before the start of the summer driving season, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) has launched an awareness campaignto educate consumers and policymakers about the benefits of E15 (a gasoline blend conta... Read More

Nebraska Extension Offers Grain Marketing Workshop

Lincoln, Nebraska, Jan. 15, 2019 – When finances are tight, one key to keeping the farm is managing income with an effective grain marketing plan, one that accounts for a farmer’s cost of production, balance sheet and cash flow. The two-day, i... Read More

Ninth Circuit Dicamba Battle Likely to Continue in 2019

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed a lawsuit against dicamba last week, but left open a door for the plaintiffs to expedite a new lawsuit in 2019. The original lawsuit, which was filed by four farm and environm... Read More