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Nat Geo Wild to premiere season three of Nebraska vet show on Jan. 30

Nat Geo Wild will premiere season three of the television show based on a Nebraska husband and wife veterinary duo on January 30 at 10/9 central. Season three of Heartland Docs, DVM, starring Docs ... Read More

K-State plans junior swine, meat goat events

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State University officials have announced they will offer two junior producer weeks virtually this year. The Junior Swine Producer Week is scheduled for Feb. 15-20, and the Junior Meat Goat Producer Week is set for March... Read More

The Thursday Fontanelle Final Bell with Aaron Bertels of Crossroads Marketing

How did today’s trade surprise? Strong farmer selling…lines at the elevators How has the basis changed in the past couple of days? Could we continue to go up? South American weather Ethanol demand? Are the grain markets over... Read More

AUDIO: Market commentary with daily brokers

Summary The second week of 2020 brought a lot of data to the market and fueled big moneys hunger for economic stimulus. At the end of the week equities have overlooked negative data and continued towards all time highs, grains continue to be infla... Read More

Nebraska Young Farmers and Ranchers Conference to take place in January

The 2021 Young Farmers and Ranchers Conference is set to take place January 29th and 30th in Kearney, NE.  Though a “young” farmer or rancher is considered to be 35 or under, all are welcome to attend. The conference will feature sessions on ... Read More

Cattle Call looks at higher feed costs

Higher priced corn early in the week brought some emotion into  the trade.  Will we see cattle sell quicker?  Demand for meat both in home & at restaurants has been good.  This weeks Cattle Call looks at this and more with Brad Kooima. htt... Read More

Meat worker COVID-19 cases five times lower than June

A new analysis of independent data for 2020 shows that new COVID-19 infection rates amongst meat and poultry workers were five times lower in December than in May. Meanwhile, rates in the general population rocketed up nine times in the same perio... Read More

The Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman of StoneX

Return of the emotions of the markets yesterday Wheat still dealing with Russia Is there a big reversal in the weather pattern at the end of this month for South America? USDA numbers pretty close to StoneX numbers Sept 1 corn stalk n... Read More

Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. launches “MBA NextGen”

The Masters of Beef Advocacy (MBA) program, managed by National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, launched updated advocacy training modules – MBA NextGen. MBA NextGen updates the popular MBA training modules making it easier than ever for a new g... Read More

Farm Bureau names 2021 Farm Dog of the Year

The winner of the 2021 Farm Bureau Farm Dog of the Year award is Bindi, an Australian shepherd owned by a New York Farm Bureau member. The American Farm Bureau Federation, with support from Nestlé Purina PetCare, recognized Bindi, four regional r... Read More

Nebraska man sentenced for letting more than 200 cattle die

GENEVA, Neb. (AP) — A 31-year-old southeast Nebraska man has been sentenced to 15 to 20 years in prison for letting more than 200 cattle die and for selling livestock he didn't own. Aaron Ogren, of Exeter, was sentenced Tuesday on seven charges.... Read More