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Court to decide if 800K tobacco growers too many for 1 case

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) _ As 800,000 past and present tobacco farmers or their heirs seek part of a $340 million reserve held by a much-shrunken tobacco marketing cooperative, North Carolina's Supreme Cour... Read More

Relay For Life Raises $76.8 Thousand

Saturday night's  Cuming County Relay for Life was another huge success, raising a total of $76,827, according to organizers. Motorcycles and an honor guard entered the Nielsen Community Center to start the event at 6PM, which ended around 11. ... Read More

The Todd Becker Foundation, created following the tragic death of 18 year old high school student, Todd Becker in the spring of 2005, will share their “Where is your life headed?” presentation at West Point/Beemer Jr. and Sr. High School in West... Read More

Pass the Salt: Beef Cattle Gains Increased in DDGS Study

MANHATTAN, Kan. – A recent Kansas State University study found that providing growing cattle with dried distillers grains (DDGS) plus salt on a self-feeding basis while the animals grazed native pastures helped boost average daily weight gain witho... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR MONDAY APRIL 20, 2015

Central Valley Ag Humphrey     Corn -    359    Beans - 912 Oakland    Corn -    354    Beans - 912 Tekamah    Corn -    354    Beans - 912 West Point    Corn -    359    Beans - 912 East Grain Hub    Corn ... Read More

ICYMI: American Agriculture Community Hails TPA Bill

The headlines say it all."Trade Promotion Authority has agriculture support," one industry magazine reported last week. "Farm organizations laud bipartisan bill to grant trade promotion authority to White House," said another ag publication. Pork,... Read More

Suji’s Cuisine USA announces U.S. presence at Nebraska Innovation Campus

The first international company to occupy space at Nebraska Innovation Campus (NIC) was announced today. Food Dreams Made Real (FDMR Inc.), Suji’s Cuisine USA is the newest company to join the NIC family. Suji Park, founder and Chief Inspiration... Read More

GMOs: Now We’re Talking’ provided open discussion on hot topic

More than 75 people attended GMOs: Now We’re Talking Fri., April 17 at River Market Event Place in Kansas City, Missouri. The event, hosted by Kansas Farm Food Connection, included a chef demonstration and a panel discussion on genetically modifie... Read More

Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation Announces Scholarship Recipients

LINCOLN - The Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation (NCF) is pleased to announce $33,000 in scholarships were awarded to students furthering their education goals in the 2015-2016 academic year. “The Foundation strongly believes in the importance of a s... Read More

Research Shows Late-Season Burning Helps Control Sericea in a Big Way

MANHATTAN, Kan. – It’s a plant that tends to use many weapons to take over grasslands. Starting at the roots, this plant out-competes native plants for water and nutrients. The roots also leak allelopathic chemicals that can prevent germination o... Read More