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China Officials Downplay Fears of Grain Shortages

Beijing wants the rest of the world to know that the most-populated country in the world is not looking at a grain shortage. China’s Ag Minister is blaming speculators for rapidly rising corn prices... Read More

Opening statements conclude first week in Boswell trial

  Opening statements were heard Friday morning in the First Degree Murder Trial of Bailey Boswell in the Dawson County Courthouse in Lexington. Boswell is accused in the slaying and dismemberment of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe of Lincoln in Nove... Read More

Logan View/Scribner-Snyder Out Duels Arlington 21-13

ARLINGTON - Long, sustained drives were a key factor in Logan View/Scribner-Snyder's 21-13 road win at Arlington on Friday night, Sept. 25, in high school football aired on 107.9 The Bull. After forcing a punt, the Raiders started their first poss... Read More

Wagon Train, Willow Creek lakes remain on health alert

LINCOLN, Neb. – A health alert for harmful algal blooms, also known as toxic blue-green algae, remains in effect for Wagon Train Lake in Lancaster County and Willow Creek Reservoir in Pierce County. The alert has been removed at Bluestem and Pawne... Read More

AUDIO: Market Commentary with Daily Brokers

Summary Friday comes to a close with the outside markets finally showing a little bit of life, but the ag markets end mixed to lower. Overall it's been a week of selling and lower prices. The selling hit right at the start on Monday, putting the m... Read More

Audio: September Cattle on Feed Report

According to USDA, all cattle and calves on feed in the United States in feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 11.4 million head on September 1, 2020. The inventory was 4 percent above September 1, 2019. This is the highest September 1... Read More

Dry bean harvest begins in Nebraska Panhandle | Fridays in the Field | Ep. 18

On the latest edition of Fridays in the Field, Chabella Guzman shares an update from the panhandle of Nebraska. In Sioux County, grower Paul Pieper has begun harvesting his dry bean fields. Pieper said the frost a few weeks ago stopped the growing... Read More

Every Farmer Counts | Friday Five | Sept. 25, 2020

This week was National Farm Safety and Health Week, so Rebel and Alex set out to learn farm safety tips. According to the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety, the agricultural sector is one of the most dangerous sectors in America, w... Read More

Cattle Call looks at potential for higher cash for cattle

Cash cattle to go higher Box beef to go down We might finally be caught up Will we rally after October 1? A little bit of sales earlier in the week Big margins for the packers https://youtu.be/8j9IkPtbxXI...... Read More

Midwest lawmakers Seek Funding for Missouri River Navigation

Lawmakers from Lower Missouri River states this week penned a letter urging the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to provide additional funding for navigation projects along the river. The lawmakers say many farmers, industries and small businesses in ... Read More

12th Avenue Viaduct Ribbon-Cutting in Columbus

September 24, 2020 (Norfolk, Neb.) — On Friday, the City of Columbus, along with project sponsors, will host a ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of the 12th Avenue Viaduct in Columbus, Nebraska. The event is scheduled to take place at 2:00 p.... Read More