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*Video*  The Monday Fontanelle Final Bell with Mike Zuzolo of Global Commodity Analytics

Chicago weather Looking at what the market is looking like…does it look like 2012? What happened in 2012 with the market? Can we learn from marketing in 2012 for 2020? COVID Feed ... Read More

Groups Request Hearing on Livestock Reporting Rule

The U.S. Cattlemen’s Association, the National Farmers Union, along with 11 other groups sent a letter to the Senate Ag Committee requesting a hearing on livestock mandatory price reporting reauthorization. The Livestock Mandatory Reporting Rule... Read More

The Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman of StoneX

Mother nature reminds folks of who’s in charge with the weather forecast USMCA is official today More perspective of yesterday’s report. Shortened trade week with markets closing at noon on Thursday Some heave short positions as y... Read More

NDA encourages rabbit owners to watch for hemorrhagic disease

LINCOLN – The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) is warning rabbit owners in Nebraska to be aware of a serious and highly contagious viral disease of rabbits that has recently been identified in multiple states. Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Vir... Read More

Vet shares tips for managing cattle through heat

MANHATTAN, Kan. — A Kansas State University veterinarian is urging cattle producers to beef up their plans for managing heat stress in their herds, a challenge that costs the U.S. cattle industry up to $370 million in losses each year. A.J. Tarp... Read More

Nebraska State Fair to hold livestock, static exhibits only

The Nebraska state fair board held a special meeting Tuesday morning to decide on the fate of the 2020 state fair. The board voted to hold livestock and static exhibits only at this point but authorized the staff to hold other activities that are ... Read More

Scholarships available for Trout in the Classroom program

Six $1,000 scholarships are available to Nebraska schools starting up Trout in the Classroom, a science-based program that allows students to explore aquatic ecosystems, life cycles, water quality and the scientific process by raising trout from eggs... Read More

American Woolen Wins Army Uniform Contract

A Stafford Springs, Conn., woolen mill has won a $2 million military contract to make Army dress uniforms in a Pentagon initiative to strengthen industrial supply chains damaged by the coronavirus. American Woolen Co. Inc. will produce polyester a... Read More

McDonald’s in Canada Says No to More Beyond Meat Burgers

Shares of Beyond Meat fell seven percent last week after the CBC report that said McDonald’s stopped testing a burger made with its patties in Canada. McDonald’s’ in Canada says the test ended on April sixth, mentioning on Twitter that they “... Read More

Sheep Industry Requests Additional Congressional Funding

The American Sheep Industry Association, its state affiliates, the National Lamb Feeders Association and the Public Lands Council sent a letter to congressional leaders this week calling for additional support of the sheep industry in light of disrup... Read More

NDA confirms vesicular stomatitis case in horse

LINCOLN – The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) has confirmed a case of Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) in a horse in Buffalo County. The horses on the infected premises have been quarantined. At present time, one additional horse on the premises ... Read More