Study shows ag retailers thoughts on carbon markets

Study shows ag retailers thoughts on carbon markets

A new survey by Axiom Marketing shows the participation levels and interest in Carbon Markets from ag retailers, a top source of information for farmers. The research from the Minneapolis-based firm found that 70 percent of retailers do not understand how to verify carbon to participate in the carbon markets.…
African Swine Fever Confirmed in Haiti

African Swine Fever Confirmed in Haiti

The World Organization for Animal Health this week confirmed finding African swine fever in Haiti. Haiti borders the Dominican Republic, which confirmed the virus was in-country this summer. The farm in Haiti with confirmed African swine fever is near the border. Haiti is conducting surveillance for the disease in pigs…
Northeast swept by Kirkwood

Northeast swept by Kirkwood

The Northeast Volleyball Team was swept 3-0 at home by Kirkwood Tuesday night. The Hawks lost set one 25-20, set two 25-8, and set three 25-22. Northeast takes on Otero at 3:00 p.m. and McCook at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday in McCook.
Morningside wins over Mount Marty

Morningside wins over Mount Marty

The Morningside Volleyball Team won 3-1 at home over Mount Marty Tuesday night. The Mustangs won set one 25-23, and set two 26-24, and lost set three and won set four 25-18. Morningside takes on Jamestown on the road Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
WSC Volleyball sweeps Sioux Falls

WSC Volleyball sweeps Sioux Falls

Sophomore outside hitter Kelsie Cada recorded a match high 12 kills to go with two service aces to power #8 Wayne State in a 25-22, 25-17, 25-22 Northern Sun Conference volleyball sweep over Sioux Falls Tuesday evening at Rice Auditorium in Wayne. WSC is now 8-2 overall and 2-1 in…
UNO’s Limback, Mountjoy earn Weekly Honors

UNO’s Limback, Mountjoy earn Weekly Honors

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Sadie Limback and Claire Mountjoy were tabbed the Summit League TicketSmarter Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively. This marks Limback's second weekly honor and Mountjoy's first of the season. This marks the first time in the division I era that the Mavericks have swept the weekly awards. Limback hit…
The Tuesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Don Roose with U.S. Commodities

The Tuesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Don Roose with U.S. Commodities

*Outside Markets - hangover from Chinese real estate/financial situation*China on holiday…. returns to trade tonight*Early yields/basis - Will Harvest '21 return to more seasonal pattern or repeat '20?*South America/Australia update*Cattle/hogs in opposite situations*Preview Cattle on Feed report
Daily Cash Grain Bids | Tuesday September 21, 2021

Daily Cash Grain Bids | Tuesday September 21, 2021

Central Valley Ag -Elgin Corn - 507 Beans - 1215Humphrey Corn - 505 Beans - 1215Laurel Corn - 507 Beans - 1220Monroe Corn - 507 Beans - 1218Oakland E. Hub Corn - 507 Beans - 1222Royal Hub Corn - 507 Beans - 1220Wakefield Corn - 502 Beans - 1215Hinton, IA…
ARS Scientist Highlights Till vs. No-Till Farming

ARS Scientist Highlights Till vs. No-Till Farming

To till or not to till? That is the question. Looking over fields prior to planting, a Shakespeare-in-overalls might also wonder: "Whether 'tis nobler to till and suffer the slings and arrows of soil erosion, decreased irrigation efficiency, and greater operational expense or take arms against such troubles by not…
IANR names finalists for Dean and Director of Nebraska Extension

IANR names finalists for Dean and Director of Nebraska Extension

The Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has selected three finalists in its search for dean and director of Nebraska Extension. The candidates will visit Nebraska and participate in public presentations Sept. 30 to Oct. 8. The candidates, selected through a national search, will spend…