Deadly Weekend On Nebraska Roads Includes West Point Man

A West Point teenager was killed in a traffic accident Saturday on Highway  16 in Thurston County. 17-year-old Francisco Rodriguez Madueno of West Point was driving westbound Saturday morning around ... Read More

AgriFuture 2014

CURTIS, Neb. — Agriculture producers, students, agribusinesses and policy leaders are invited to the first "AgriFuture" conference in Nebraska on Oct. 28-30 in Kearney. Students and faculty from the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture at C... Read More

NCTA To Host

Curtis – Spiffy horses still in showy, summer condition will take to the ring on Saturday, Oct. 25 at the NCTA “Shiny Show” in Curtis. The show is open to the public, and area 4-H and youth exhibitors are encouraged to join the fun, said Joa... Read More

Huskers to take on Illini

The 13th ranked Nebraska Volleyball team hosts 15th ranked Illinois on Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The match is the American Red Cross’s “Pass the Bucket” match. An autograph session with Husker players will take place ... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR FRIDAY OCT 17, 2014

Central Valley Ag Humphrey Corn - 300 Beans - 876 Oakland Corn - 291 Beans - 869 Tekamah Corn - 291 Beans - 869 West Point Corn - 297 Beans - 871 East Grain Hub Corn - 300 Beans - 876 Cooperative Supply Dodge Corn - 296 Beans - 8... Read More

Informa predicts record US soybean acres in 2015

Farmers will likely shift acres from corn to soybeans in 2015 because of the more favorable economics, a report from private analytical firm Informa Economics said. Informa forecasts corn acreage will decline 3.1 million acres from 2014 to 87.8 ma, ... Read More

EPA Sued for Approving Enlist Duo Herbicide

It took almost no time for the Natural Resources Defense Council to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for approving the Dow AgroScience herbicide Enlist Duo. EPA announced its decision early Wednesday, NRDC announced its reaction a little later... Read More

U.S., Mexican Ag Secretaries Address Labeling Case

Without giving any indication how the next World Trade Organization ruling on Country of Origin Labeling will come down, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Thursday the COOL decision could become public within a few weeks, if not days. Vilsack... Read More

Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation Announces Nebraska Cattlemen Beef State Scholarship

The Nebraska Cattlemen Foundation is excited to announce the creation of the “Nebraska Cattlemen Beef State Scholarship” that will award an annual $10,000 scholarship to an outstanding junior, senior or graduate level student.  Eligible students... Read More

ISU Corn Stover Training Paying Off for Iowa Small Businesses and Startup Companies

AMES, Iowa — In the cornfields of central Iowa, employees of newly created, small, local businesses are preparing and collecting corn stover — the stalks, leaves and cobs left after grain harvest — as feedstock for the DuPont Biofuels Sol... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR THURSDAY OCT 13, 2014

Central Valley Ag Humphrey Corn - 304 Beans - 891 Oakland Corn - 295 Beans - 884 Tekamah Corn - 295 Beans - 884 West Point Corn - 301 Beans - 886 East Grain Hub Corn - 304 Beans - 891 Cooperative Supply Dodge Corn - 296 Beans - 8... Read More