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Sasse Convenes Nebraska Meeting with U.S. Trade Representative Nominee

Nebraska U.S. Senator Ben Sasse convened a meeting with Rober Lightizer, nominee to lead the office of U.S. Trade Represenative and Nebraska agriculture leaders in his Washington D.C. office.

Wildfires Leaving a Disaster for Ranchers

Wildfires raging across three states are leaving behind a disaster for farmers and ranchers. Thousands of acres have been charred between Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, and at least three ranch hands in Texas attempting to round up cattle from the fires were

Preserving Technology Protects Future

The United Soybean Board (USB) recently announced the expansion of its Take Action program. In addition to combatting herbicide-resistant weeds, the program will now be tackling fungicide resistance in soybeans.

David Schemm elected president of National Association of Wheat Growers

A third generation wheat farmer from western Kansas was elected president of the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG)t at a board meeting held in conjunction with the Commodity Classic in San Antonio, Texas.

Administration Action on Waters of the U.S. Rule Helps All

Kansas Farm Bureau President Rich Felts pens a letter thanking President Trump and EPA Administrator Pruitt for efforts to withdraw the Waters of the United States rule.

Fixing Property Taxes Takes Leadership

Nebraska Farm Bureau President Steve Nelson discusses some questions from members about positions on certain bills as the organization provides testimony to during the Nebraska Legislative Session.

Do Farm and Ranch Families need Estate Planning ?

A 2013 tax law change the portability rule can simplify farm and ranch estate planning. But UNL's David Aiken says farm and ranch families still need to do estate planning to develop and implement farm or ranch business transition plan.

White House Says No Changes to RFS

The White House is denying a report that President Trump is about to issue an executive order aimed at changing the nations biofuels program. News of a possible change sent ripples throughout the energy and corn markets this week.

February Mid-America Index Jumps to Highest Level in Almost 3 Years

The Creighton University Mid-America Business Conditions Index, a leading economic indicator for a nine-state region stretching from Arkansas to North Dakota, rose for February, according the latest survey results.

Everest top wheat variety in Kansas for Fifth Consecutive Year

Although its share of all Kansas Wheat fell for the second consecutive year, Everest retained its position as the leading variety of wheat seeded in Kansas for the fifth straight year, accounting for 9.6 percent of the States 2017 wheat crop

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