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Democrats Want WOTUS Untouched

A group of 20 Democratic U.S. senators and an independent senator is opposed to rescinding the 2015 waters of the United States, or WOTUS, rule, which is still tied up in court, according to a letter ... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

  09-19-17 Central Valley Ag Elgin Corn - 302 Beans - 873 Humphrey Corn - 293 Beans - 875 Monroe Corn - 298 Beans - 880 Oakland E. Hub Corn - 293 Beans - 877 Royal Hub Corn - 293 Beans - 875 Wakefield Corn - 291 Beans - 869 West Poi... Read More

Nebraska Corn Board offers new flex fuel pump grant incentive for fuel retailers

The Nebraska Corn Board recently allocated funds in its 2017-18 fiscal year budget to further develop the renewable fuel infrastructure in Nebraska.Ne Through a grant program, the Nebraska Corn Board will award qualifying retailers up to $50,000 f... Read More

(Video) Corn, cattle prices may rise

Dan Basse, president of AgResource Co., predicts an upward trend in cattle and grain prices. He spoke at the recent Feeding Quality Forum, giving his market update. ...... Read More

Tips to avoid subsoil compaction during row crop harvest

Across much of Kansas the soil conditions are dry as of the time of this publication. On one hand that’s a problem for crop production, but on the bright side, soil compaction is less of a problem when soil conditions are dry. Soil water content is... Read More

USDA Designates Two Counties in South Dakota as Primary Natual Disaster Areas with Assistance to Producers in Nebraska

WASHINGTON — In response to a request from Jamie White, Farm Service Agency’s (FSA) acting State Executive Director in SouthDakota, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Douglas and Todd counties in SouthDakota as primary natur... Read More

Bonds for Kansas Tyson Plant on Hold

OMAHA (DTN) -- As opposition builds against a proposed Tyson Foods chicken processing plant near Tonganoxie, Kansas, the Leavenworth County Board of Commissioners voted Monday to rescind a resolution that would have been the first step in issuing abo... Read More

Nebraska Corn reminds Ag Workers, Rural Residents and Visitors to be Safe this Harvest Season

LINCOLN, Neb. – As farmers begin harvesting their crops this fall, the Nebraska Corn Board and Nebraska Corn Growers Association encourage farmers, as well as rural residents and visitors, to take a moment for safety near farming operations to avoi... Read More

International Partnerships are Growing Nebraska

Throughout America’s history, trade has been a fundamental driver of our nation’s growth.  Open access to international trade allows a wide variety of goods to freely move from our country to markets around the world.  Trade has not only been a... Read More

Western Growers Hosting AgSharks Competition Next Month

The Western Growers Association’s Foundation will host a Shark Tank TV-like competition during the Association’s annual meeting next month. The competition, sponsored by Seed 2 Growth Ventures, seeks to identify key innovations in the fresh pr... Read More

Lighthizer Presses Taiwan on Ag Trade Barriers

Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer highlighted the need to address trade barriers between the U.S. and Taiwan last week. During a meeting with Thailand’s Minister of Commerce, Lighthizer said Thailand needs to address the “longstanding tra... Read More