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Exhibits to Focus on Climate, 'Weather Ready Farms'

Agricultural producers and Nebraskans attending Husker Harvest Days near Grand Island Sept. 13-15 will learn ways to maintain profitability while addressing challenges from the state's climate at the ... Read More

New FAA Rule to Offer Remote Pilot Certificates for UAS Operators

With his expertise in operating drones, it's common for Gibson City, Illinois, farmer Randy Aberle to get a knock on his door from neighbors requesting field flyovers. Now, with a new Federal Aviation Administration rule for unmanned aircraft system... Read More

Growth Energy and RFA Disappointed by European Commission's Decision On Ethanol Duties

The Renewable Fuels Association and Growth Energy are disappointed with today’s decision by the European Commission (EC) to file an appeal with the EU General Court related to its June 2016 ruling invalidating certain ethanol duties. That ruling an... Read More

Top-Ranked Huskers Sweep No. 2 Texas Again

Top-Ranked Huskers Sweep No. 2 Texas Again EUGENE, Ore. - The top-ranked Nebraska volleyball team swept No. 2 Texas, 25-15, 25-16, 25-21, on Saturday at the VERT Challenge in a rematch of last year's national title match. The Huskers moved to ... Read More

Going Bananas for Jesus event planned for North Platte in 2017

Organizers are putting the pieces in place to celebrate the 30th year of "Going Bananas For Jesus XIX." The bi-annual event will take place in North Platte, Neb., March 17 - 19, 2017. Catholic youth, in grades 6 - 12, will be invited to a three ... Read More

Plaintiffs Join Suit Challenging ND Anti-Corporate Farming Law

The number of plaintiffs suing to abolish North Dakota's anti-corporate farming law has expanded and now includes people and companies with ties to four U.S. states and a former Soviet republic. Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, who is defending t... Read More

FDA Releases Food Safety Act Guidance

A few months after the Food and Drug Administration completed the last of seven final rules implementing the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), the agency has now released draft guidance documents designed to help companies comply with the sweepin... Read More

Farm Supply Co-ops and Other Ag Retailers Face Tighter Margins, Cyclical Challenges

Accounts receivable at farm supply co-ops and other ag retailers are growing and so are their challenges, according to a new report from CoBank. After an extended run of impressive financial performances, retailers are adjusting to a tougher economic... Read More

Hugoton KS Abengoa Cellulosic Ethanol Plant Draws Wide Interest

Abengoa Bioenergy's cellulosic ethanol plant in Hugoton, Kansas, could have a new owner by the end of October, an official with the company hired by Abengoa to sell the plant told DTN Wednesday in an exclusive interview. Mark Fisler, managing direct... Read More

Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado Reach Republican River Agreement

Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska established an agreement last week in the longstanding conflict over water from the Republican River basin, as the Republican River Compact Administration signed two resolutions. Representatives from the three states h... Read More

High School Softball Scores

Friday (08/26/2016) Bellevue East 10, Omaha Northwest 4 Millard North 6, Papillion-LaVista South 2 Millard South 7, Bellevue West 4 Millard West 2, Millard North 0 Millard West 4, Omaha Marian 3 Omaha Burke 2, Bellevue East 1 Omaha Marian 8,... Read More