Shrine Bowl Rosters Announced

Shrine Bowl Rosters Announced

Lincoln– The rosters for the 64th annual Nebraska Shrine Bowl were announced on Sunday. 92 players from across the state of Nebraska were selected, 46 for each team. The 64th annual Shrine Bowl of Nebraska game will take place June 4th, at 6:00 PM in Kearney at Ron and Carol…
Morel of the story: Online classes will help enthusiasts ID rare mushrooms

Morel of the story: Online classes will help enthusiasts ID rare mushrooms

MANHATTAN, Kan. — K-State Research and Extension, in partnership with the Kansas Department of Agriculture, is offering online classes on March 16 and 17 to help people earn the necessary approval to sell wild morel mushrooms.  The class will be offered online through zoom from noon to 1 p.m. on March…
Options for damaged or dead brome hayfields

Options for damaged or dead brome hayfields

This past year was challenging for brome producers throughout eastern Kansas, with many reports of a complete loss or partial loss of their brome stands (Figure 1). Brome field damage varied greatly, with some fields that appear dead while others have no damage at all. The majority of the damaged…
Fischer Statement on Bipartisan Cattle Market Reform Bill

Fischer Statement on Bipartisan Cattle Market Reform Bill

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) released the following statement on the Cattle Price Discovery and Transparency Act: “The American Farm Bureau reiterated its support for our efforts to ensure every segment of the cattle market can succeed. Though there are differences of opinion within their own organization on the solution,…
Wheat Marketing Center: bringing grower and consumer together

Wheat Marketing Center: bringing grower and consumer together

The Nebraska Wheat Board held its annual Portland Wheat Export Educational Seminar from Jan. 3 - 6 in Portland, Ore., where it was hosted by the Wheat Marketing Center. Janice Cooper managing director of the center discusses the center and its responsibilities:
Oklahoma Stars event raises over $62,000 for Angus Foundation

Oklahoma Stars event raises over $62,000 for Angus Foundation

The Angus breed has set itself apart not only in its commitment to produce high-quality cattle, but also to ensure a bright future for the breed. Support for the Angus Foundation allows it to effectively carry out its mission of youth, education and research. On Jan. 5, Angus enthusiasts gathered…
Midwest sheep and goat market report for the week of 1-22

Midwest sheep and goat market report for the week of 1-22

Bull Tackle Feed in Lexington Nebraska sponsors this weekly report. Check out Bull Tackle Feed’s Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/bulltackle/ For the week ending January 22nd  the Midwest sheep and goat market was fully steady with premiums on high quality livestock. The lamb market is starting to show a few pinholes…
Creighton Women win at Georgetown

Creighton Women win at Georgetown

Washington, D.C. -- Behind a combined 41 points from sophomores Lauren Jensen and Emma Ronsiek, the Creighton women's basketball team outlasted the Georgetown Hoyas 80-70 on Friday, January 21. The Bluejays did not trail in a game that was played without fans. The win lifted the Bluejays to 14-4 on…
Wayne State Women fall to St. Cloud State

Wayne State Women fall to St. Cloud State

Wayne State used better than 50 percent shooting to stay in the game with St. Cloud State, but 22 Wildcat turnovers resulted in a 20-7 advantage in points off turnovers for the visiting Huskies as St. Cloud State earned a hard fought 72-64 NSIC women's basketball win over Wayne State…