Midwest sheep and goat market report for the week of May 28th

Midwest sheep and goat market report for the week of May 28th

Bull Tackle Feed in Lexington Nebraska sponsors this weekly report. Bull Tackle Feed has creep feed ready for your kids and lambs. Neal notes he has a fresh batch arrive this week so get it before it’s gone. Check out Bull Tackles feed and mineral here: https://www.facebook.com/bulltackle/ For the week…
Daily market commentary

Daily market commentary

Reminder there will be no Sunday overnight market activity or Memorial day Monday. Up, down and clear around sum up the markets this week. Coming into the end of the week just ahead of an extended weekend with Memorial Day Monday having no trade equities are on the rise, grains…
State Fair lawsuit over Aksarben Stock Show name moves forward

State Fair lawsuit over Aksarben Stock Show name moves forward

LINCOLN — The Nebraska State Fair Board’s lawsuit to protect its right to the name of Omaha’s former Aksarben Stock Show will move forward, and it could target the personal finances of three people who filed for the rights to the name after the show moved to Grand Island. Lancaster…
Producers Can Request Voluntary CRP Termination

Producers Can Request Voluntary CRP Termination

The USDA will allow participants in the Conservation Reserve Program to request voluntary termination if they are in the final year of a CRP contract. They can make that request following the end of the primary nesting season for the fiscal year 2022. Participants approved for this one-time, voluntary termination…
Soybean Farmers Share 2023 Farm Bill Priorities

Soybean Farmers Share 2023 Farm Bill Priorities

The American Soybean Association Wednesday shared the organization’s 2023 Farm Bill priorities. ASA President Brad Doyle, who grows soybeans in Arkansas, says, “Getting to this point has involved a thoughtful information-gathering process that began back in September 2021.” Priorities for ASA include improving the Title I farm safety net for…
USDA Accepting Applications to Help Cover Costs of Organic, Transitioning to Organic Producers in Nebraska

USDA Accepting Applications to Help Cover Costs of Organic, Transitioning to Organic Producers in Nebraska

Lincoln, Nebraska – Agricultural producers and handlers who are certified organic, along with producers and handlers who are transitioning to organic production, can now apply for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Organic and Transitional Education Certification Program (OTECP) and Organic Certification Cost Share Program (OCCSP), which help producers and handlers cover the cost…