Promoting U.S. Wheat Around the World

Promoting U.S. Wheat Around the World

As U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) President Vince Peterson often says, at any given hour of the day there is someone, somewhere, talking about the quality, reliability and value of U.S. wheat. Here are just some of the ways USW was working in June and July to promote all six classes…
Bellevue Volleyball Wins Season Opener

Bellevue Volleyball Wins Season Opener

CALDWELL, Idaho -- Sophomores Sidney Sledge and Jacki Apel combined for 20 kills to lead the third-ranked Bellevue University volleyball team to a 3-0 (25-20, 25-21, 25-18) victory over the University of Montana Western Thursday night at the College of Idaho Volleyball Tournament being played at the J.A. Albertson Activities Center.  Apel…
High School Softball Scores 8/18/22

High School Softball Scores 8/18/22

Aquinas Catholic 12, Raymond Central 0Aquinas Catholic 8, Wilber-Clatonia 1Ashland-Greenwood 3, Tekamah-Herman 2Aurora 7, Lexington 1Beatrice 6, Norris 4Beatrice 8, Southern/Diller-Odell 0Blair 12, Wayne 1Blue River 20, Schuyler 0Blue River 8, Twin River 7CCV 7, FCEMF 6CCV 9, Minden 8Central City 12, Boone Central 0Columbus Lakeview 10, GICC 8Cozad 5,…
Mann, Hartzler, Colleagues Push Back on the EPA’s New Atrazine Requirements

Mann, Hartzler, Colleagues Push Back on the EPA’s New Atrazine Requirements

Washington, D.C. - U.S. Representatives Tracey Mann (KS-01) and Vicki Hartzler (MO-04) led 90 of their House colleagues in pushing back on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) recently proposed revisions to the interim decision for atrazine, a critical crop protection tool. Atrazine is a herbicide used to protect corn, sorghum, sugarcane,…
KTIC NewsCenter Morning Update 8-19-22

KTIC NewsCenter Morning Update 8-19-22

We're learning more about the death of an eastern Nebraska child and the brain-eating amoeba that's suspected of causing the death. Severe storms dropped large hail on our area last night. Greg Wagner from Nebraska Game and Parks tells us about the Game and Parks display at the Nebraska State…
Utilizing wheat in feedlot diets

Utilizing wheat in feedlot diets

LINCOLN, Neb. — The United States produced 1.65 billion bushels of wheat in 2020, with wheat ranking as the third largest produced grain after corn and soybeans. As grain prices increase, dependent on availability, utilizing wheat may be an option for producers to implement in their feeding program. Wheat can…
Taco Bell ventures into plant-based meat market with Crispy Melt Taco

Taco Bell ventures into plant-based meat market with Crispy Melt Taco

Taco Bell is getting into the plant-based meat market with a Crispy Melt Taco. The company said it’s testing the proprietary product in the market around Birmingham, Alabama. The Wall Street Journal said the company has been working on the soy and pea-based product for three years. It’s debuting in…
Bunge Certified as a Most Loved Workplace® for 2022

Bunge Certified as a Most Loved Workplace® for 2022

ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bunge (NYSE:BG), a global leader in agribusiness, food and ingredients, announced today that is has been honored with the certification of being a Most Loved Workplace® for 2022. This is the second year in a row the company has been recognized by the Best Practice Institute for being…
Midland Volleyball splits season opening matches

Midland Volleyball splits season opening matches

BUTTE, Mont. – No. 5-ranked Midland University opened its 2022 volleyball season at the Big Sky Challenge on Thursday against a pair of formidable foes in No. 10 University of Providence and No. 12 Eastern Oregon University. The Warriors earned a split on the day, winning their opener of UP…