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Sawyer Brown Entertains In Oakland

On Sunday evening, the Oakland 150 Celebration featured a country music concert complete with great weather, a large crowd, a clear sky and a full moon. The Dylan Bloom Band opened the evening... Read More

Four Steps to Solve the Mystery of Whether It's Herbicide Injury or Disease

ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) -- Scouting corn and soybean fields this time of year often requires adding "plant detective" to your resume. hy is that corn plant growing striped yellow leaves? What poisoned that sickly soybean seedling? Two of the biggest ... Read More

Trump Administration Seeks to Streamline Farm Labor Program for Ag Employers

WASHINGTON (DTN) -- The Labor, Agriculture, State and Homeland Security departments will work together to modernize the H-2A visa program to bring in foreign farmworkers, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said Thursday. "Our departments are working... Read More

New Study: ‘Efforts to Limit HPO Would Increase Risks to Farmers’

Just before the U.S. House of Representatives was set to vote on a Farm Bill amendment that would’ve crippled crop insurance, a Kansas State University economist sent key policymakers a note alerting them to a new study that shed light on the negat... Read More

Trade Talks with China Continue

The National Sorghum Producers welcomed news that the 178 percent tariff and anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations were dropped. Trade talks between the two countries continued this week, showing signs that China has promised to help r... Read More

Wolf-like animal shot in central Montana, DNA tests underway

DENTON, Mont. (AP) — A central Montana rancher shot a wolf-like animal after it was spotted in a pasture with livestock, but a closer look prompted state wildlife officials to take DNA samples to determine what type of animal it was. Fish, Wildl... Read More

High Speed Chase Ends In Crash In Stanton County

At about 8:00 p.m. on Friday night the Stanton County Sheriff’s office received a call of a reckless driver westbound on Hwy 275 near Pilger.  Several 911 calls on the vehicle indicated it was driving all over the roadway and near the Hwy 57 junct... Read More

Tornado spotted in rural area of northeast Nebraska

SPALDING, Neb. (AP) _ The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Boone County in northeastern Nebraska Friday evening after a tornado was confirmed on the ground near the town of Spalding. The service says the tornado was spotted at ab... Read More

(Video) Afternoon Agriculture News Update - May 25, 2018

Susan Littlefield reports on the latest agriculture news. Story 1: USDA-EPA Discuss Year-Round E15 Story 2: Clay Patton reports from the field ...... Read More

Northeast to offer more June Classes at Norfolk and West Point Campuses

More classes will be offered at Northeast Community College in Norfolk and West Point in June. Class information can be found below: NORFOLK - Northeast Community College Center for Enterprise will offer a precision measurement training course des... Read More

United States Takes Action Against Canadian Trade Measures That Discriminate Against U.S. Wine

(Washington, D.C., May 25, 2018)  – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer announced today that the Trump Administration has requested that the World Trade Organization (WTO) establish a dispute... Read More