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Japan Will Resume Sheep and Goat Imports from U.S.

Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue announced that the Japanese government has finalized the technical requirements that will allow U.S. sheep and goat exports to Japan to resume for the first time in 14 years.... Read More

US trade, immigration and biofuel policies hit farmers hard

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Farmers and agricultural economists are worried that president Donald Trump's trade, immigration and biofuels policies will cost farms billions of dollars in lost income and force some out of business. Even before Trump b... Read More

Pre-Conference Committee Farm Bill Discussions Get Heated in House

The U.S. House could take a step forward on moving farm bill talks ahead by voting to send the bill to conference. However, Politico says Thursday was the latest indicator that the bad blood between House Ag leaders is one of the many issues that nee... Read More

Pender Juniors Stay Alive in State Tournament With Win Over Wymore

BATTLE CREEK - Pender met Wymore in an elimination game at the Class C Junior Legion State Baseball Tournament on Sunday, July 15 in Battle Creek. Pender racked up nine hits and scored in every inning on their way to a 12-2 win in six innings due ... Read More

Pender Juniors Fall in State Tournament Opener

BATTLE CREEK - The Pender Junior Legion baseball team opened up play in the Class C State Tournament with a 10-9 loss to Stromsburg-Osceola-Shelby (SOS) on Saturday, July 14 in Battle Creek Pender led 3-1 after the third inning, then SOS scored si... Read More

Food bloggers share the story of wheat with readers

Food bloggers have been sharing their stories about their farm to food experience with their readers since returning home from the #Wheat2Bread tour last month. Kansas Wheat teamed up with Red Star Yeast to bring nine food bloggers to Kansas... Read More

Montana Researchers Pioneer Using Wool for Erosion Control

The stuff of socks, sweaters and high-tech underwear now has yet another use, according to a Montana State University study: revegetating roadsides to prevent erosion. At a road cut along Highway 287 near Three Forks, Mont., healthy patches of nat... Read More

State Patrol Vehicle Struck  On Highway 275 During Traffic Stop

An accident involving a state patrol unit  and two other vehicles occurred on Highway 275 east of 9th Road in Cuming County.     The Nebraska State Patrol tweeted that one of their units was struck on the side of the road while pe... Read More

Huge Fuel Savings on E85 at CPI Giltner

GILTNER, NE – Flex fuel vehicle drivers can save 85 cents per gallon on E85 at Cooperative Producers Inc. in Giltner (23 Railroad St.) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 24. Consumers will be limited to 30 gallons and no containers are allow... Read More

Ag Voices of the Future Program Offers Students an Education on Ag Policy

ST. LOUIS – A select group of 10 college students from nine different states completed the Ag Voices of the Future program this week in Washington, D.C. The program is sponsored by Valent U.S.A. and the American Soybean Association (ASA) and gives ... Read More

Plant analysis for testing nutrient levels in soybeans

When crop fields appear variable, one question commonly asked is whether this is due to a nutrient problem. An excellent tool that can be used to answer this question is plant analysis or tissue testing. As with corn, wheat, and other crops, there... Read More