Sen. Marshall Releases 5th Episode of Ag Talk with Doc

Sen. Marshall Releases 5th Episode of Ag Talk with Doc

(Washington, D.C., May 19, 2022) – U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. today released the fifth episode of his monthly video series titled: Ag Talk with Doc, in which he sits down with various leaders in agriculture for discussions on the latest news affecting America’s farmers, ranchers, and producers. For the fifth…
Ep. 6 | Grain IQ podcast discusses role of Chicago Board of Trade

Ep. 6 | Grain IQ podcast discusses role of Chicago Board of Trade

In order to stay profitable, producers have to sell their commodities at or above their breakeven. Seems simple, right? So who determines what those commodities are worth? How do other people buy and sell futures and options? Who sets the prices of commodities? That’s where the Chicago Board of Trade…
Wheat Tour 2022, Day 2

Wheat Tour 2022, Day 2

On Wednesday, 83 people on the Wheat Quality Council’s 2022 winter wheat tour made their way from Colby to Wichita, Kansas, stopping in wheat fields along six different routes.  Wednesday’s wheat tour scouts made 254 stops at wheat fields across western, central and southern Kansas, and into northern counties in…
Study: Agricultural Export Programs Offer Excellent Returns

Study: Agricultural Export Programs Offer Excellent Returns

A recent economic study indicates public-private U.S. agricultural export market development programs remain highly effective and generate a substantial return on investment. The study, welcomed by the Coalition to Promote U.S. Agricultura Exports, was conducted by IHS Markit and Texas A&M University. The researchers say MAP and FMD have accounted…
Walleye fry Stocking Completed at Lake McConaughy

Walleye fry Stocking Completed at Lake McConaughy

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has completed stocking over 26 million walleye fry in the North Platte River above the reservoir and upper portion of Lake McConaughy. To help increase survival, most fry were stocked from a boat to distribute them into areas with adequate food resources and fewer…
Why Are We Talking About Mental Health All the Time Now?

Why Are We Talking About Mental Health All the Time Now?

Isn’t it interesting how things change over time? And how certain issues become mainstream?We used to play outside from morning to night, day after day, without a second thought, and now as many as 60 million people in the U.S. are affected by seasonal allergies and struggle to participate in…
Colorado, Nebraska jostle over water rights amid drought

Colorado, Nebraska jostle over water rights amid drought

OVID, Colo. (AP) — The megadrought fueled by climate change that has long gripped the western U.S. is moving eastward. And that's behind a simmering dispute over how much water Colorado and Nebraska are entitled to take from the South Platte River, which supplies both metro Denver's booming population and…