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Chinese importers have stopped buying Canadian canola seed: Industry group

Chinese companies have stopped buying canola seed from Canadian producers, leaving exporters trying to sell their supply to other markets. The ongoing trade dispute that started earlier this month ... Read More

Take photos, document livestock losses

The Independent Cattlemen of Nebraska urge ranchers to take steps now to document their losses of livestock in writing, and with pictures. The mother cows, the base of Nebraska’s livestock economy, are crying for the calves they’ve lost. Stat... Read More

Fire officials advise safety during high-risk season

MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas Forest Service official is urging caution for homeowners and landowners as the state nears a point in the year that is typically high-risk for wildfires. Jason Hartman, the assistant fire management officer with KFS, sai... Read More

MillerCoors sues Anheuser-Busch over corn syrup ads

A fight between beer giants escalated Thursday after MillerCoors filed a lawsuit against Anheuser-Busch that accused its rival of trying to "frighten" consumers into switching to Bud Light with "misleading" Super Bowl ads. MillerCoors said in the ... Read More

Funds from USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Help with Livestock Mortality

LINCOLN, NE – As the flood water recedes and snow melts, farmers and ranchers are getting a better look at the amount of damage their operations have suffered from last week’s extreme weather events. One of the more significant losses experience... Read More

Historic Floods in Nebraska Cause Over $1 Billion in Damage -- Friday Five

A historic week for Nebraska will result in months of recovery from damage caused by floodwaters. In this week's edition of Friday Five, Bryce and Alex look back to last week when Nebraska’s most widespread natural disaster was just beginning. Sin... Read More

Governor Kelly tours flood affected areas with the Kansas National Guard, the Kansas Department of Emergency Management and the Kansas Water Office

Governor Laura Kelly yesterday toured counties damaged by flooding in Kansas and Nebraska with Maj. General Lee Tafanelli from the Kansas National Guard, Deputy Director Angee Morgan from the Kansas Department of Emergency Management and Acting ... Read More

Nebraska Broadcasters Association hosting one-day statewide giving event called “#NebraskaStrong Drive for Flood Relief”

Omaha, NE: The Nebraska Broadcasters Association has made a $20,000.00 donation to the local chapter of the American Red Cross to aid the victims of the historic flooding impacting Nebraska and western Iowa. The donation kicks off today’s statew... Read More

Tyson Foods, Inc. Recalls Chicken Strip Products due to Possible Foreign Matter Contamination

WASHINGTON– Tyson Foods, Inc., a Rogers, Ark. establishment, is recalling approximately 69,093 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strip products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically pieces of metal, the U.S. Departme... Read More

Unchanged Interest Rates in 2019 Better for Agriculture

With the Federal Reserve hinting at leaving interest rates unchanged in 2019, the farm economy has one less chance for deterioration. Low-interest rates have been cited as the reason the current farm economy has not reached the crisis seen in the 198... Read More

NDOT reports bridge damage in multiple regions in Nebraska

  March 21, 2019 (Lincoln, Neb.) — The Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) is reporting that at least fifteen bridges on the State highway system have washed out or have been damaged. The known bridges are: Highway 11 just south ... Read More