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Renewable Fuels Nebraska Launches

Renewable Fuels Nebraska (RFN) announced that they have partnered with Husker IMG Sports Marketing to launch, a website and brand campaign created to bring awareness to Nebraska-produced biofuels and higher ethanol blends.

2017 Crop Share Leasing Trends in Nebraska

Nebraska landlords engaged in crop share lease arrangements typically receive a percentage of the actual crop yield as payment for leasing the property to the tenant

Farm Journal crop tour estimates: corn 167.1 bpa, Soybean 48.5 bpa

Farm Journal released crop estimates from their crop tour . The national average for corn came in at 167.1 just under USDAs 169 bushels per acre. The national soybean average came in at 48.5 bushels per acre. Ben Nuelle has moretape

United Soybean Board Announces Polly Ruhland as New CEO

After an intensive search by a farmer-led team, the United Soybean Board (USB) has named Polly Ruhland as the new chief executive officer (CEO) effective November 1, 2017.

August Rural Mainstreet Index Falls Below Growth Neutral

After plummeting in July, the Creighton University Rural Mainstreet Index increased slightly for August, but remained below the 50.0 threshold according to the latest monthly survey of bank CEOs in rural areas of a 10-state region dependent on agriculture

New Kansas winter wheat varieties available for fall planting

Kansas State University researchers have developed three new wheat varieties best suited for different growing conditions and available for the first time this year. The varieties are Larry, Zenda and Tatanka.

Poll: Tax Reform Needed for Farmers and America

A commanding majority of American voters support tax reform, a nationwide poll shows, while most voters also support tax changes that would benefit Americas farm and ranch families.

Essential Wheat Crop Quality Analysis is Underway

Because no two crops are alike, the worlds flour millers, bakers and wheat food processors must have some assurance that the wheat they buy will meet their needs.

The Good, Bad and Ugly when spraying new herbicides' formulations in soybeans

The Good, Bad and Ugly when spraying the new herbicides' formulations on soybeans was one of the topics at this years Soybean Management Field Days. Yes, dicamba is a big part of the conversation.

Farm Economy Softens Further, But Shows Signs of Stabilizing

The prolonged downturn in the farm economy continued in the second quarter of 2017. However, data from the Kansas City Feds Survey on Agricultural Credit Conditions shows the farm economy may finally be starting to stabilize.

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