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Heat Advisory in effect until 7:00 p.m. Saturday

A Heat Advisory is in effect for parts of Eastern Nebraska and Western Iowa until 7:00 p.m. on Saturday. Heat preparedness tips include limit strenuous outdoor activities during the hottest part of the day, stay hydrated by drinking plenty of wate... Read More

(Video) Friday Five- Top Stories in Agriculture (June 15, 2018)

Bryce Doeschot and Alex Voichoskie recap top agriculture stories from the week! 5: June Crop Production and WASDE Reports  4: Motorcycle Promoting Ethanol 3: Transporting Livestock Across America Safely Act Introduced in U.S. House of R... Read More

The Bander that Fits

Question: I always cut (castrate) my calves at birth, but as I get older, that gets harder to do. I am thinking about waiting and castrating them closer to weaning and banding them. If I do, what is the best bander? I am also confused about vaccinat... Read More

Explore Northeast Day to be held at South Sioux City extended campus

SOUTH SIOUX CITY, NE - Prospective students are invited to attend a special event at the Northeast Community College South Sioux City extended campus later this month. Explore Northeast Day will be held Thursday, June 27, from 4-7 p.m. at Northeas... Read More

Senator Fischer, FCC commissioner visit Northeast campus

NORFOLK, NE - The precision agriculture program at Northeast Community College took the spotlight during a recent visit to campus by United States Senator Deb Fischer and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Brendan Carr. Fischer and... Read More

Perdue, MacAulay Share Different Takes on Dairy, But Downplay Family Problems

MIDGELL, Prince Edward Island, Canada (DTN) -- Despite controversy over U.S. dairy trade with Canada, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and Canada's Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Lawrence MacAulay both stressed Friday that any trade ... Read More

Briar Cliff Football Cancels Camp

This year's Briar Cliff Football Offensive Line Camp, scheduled for June 23 and July 14 this summer, have been cancelled.  Briar Cliff opens the 2018 season at home on August 25th, clashing with Waldorf at Memorial Field with a 1 p.m. kickoff....... Read More

NCBA

WASHINGTON  – Today National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Director of Government Affairs Danielle Beck issued the following statement in response to the Food and Drug Administration’s announcement that they will hold a public meeting on foo... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR FRIDAY JUNE 15, 2018

06-15-18 Central Valley Ag Elgin Corn - 336 Beans - 826 Humphrey Corn - 329 Beans - 828 Monroe Corn - 329 Beans - 842 Oakland E. Hub Corn - 323 Beans - 842 Royal Hub Corn - 324 Beans - 842 Wakefield Corn - 321 Beans - 828 West Point Corn - ... Read More

(Video) Fridays in the Field - June 15, 2018

This week's edition Friday in the Field takes place near Waverly, Nebraska with Andrew Neujahr. Neujahr is a corn and soybean producer in his first year as a full-time member of the family operation. Video: Bryce Doeschot reports from the field... Read More

Nebraska's Most Expensive Farm Listing Includes Irrigation, Beef Operation

INDIANOLA, Iowa (DTN) -- Farmers and ranchers love accumulating assets, land in particular, but when markets are down and the outlook uncertain, sometimes there comes a point when it's time to see if you can cash out and move on. That's the story be... Read More

Food Bloggers Visit Kansas During Wheat Harvest

Kansas wheat farmers shared their story with consumers this June when nine food bloggers came to Kansas during wheat harvest. Food bloggers from all over the United States toured a wheat farm during harvest, a flour mill and the ... Read More

Iowa Soybean Association statement on White House announcement to move forward with China tariffs

The White House announced today that it’s moving forward with 25 percent tariffs on up to $50 billion of Chinese products imported into the U.S. China responded in-kind, saying it will move swiftly to protect its interests. The speculation is Beiji... Read More

Kubota to Launch Japan's 1st Autonomous Combine Harvester in Dec.

Farm equipment manufacturer Kubota Corp. said Friday it will roll out an autonomous combine harvester in December, becoming the first to introduce such a farm machine in Japan. Utilizing an advanced global positioning system, the "Agri Robo combin... Read More