Tornados in northeast Nebraska damage crops, destroy farm buildings | Fridays in the Field

June 21st, 2024

The tornado touched down and crossed a quarter of beans before tearing out several adult trees and a shed at a nearby acreage. Miraculously, the house and several other outbuildings on the property remained intact.

On this week’s episode of Fridays in the Field, we travel to northeast Nebraska where Chad Moyer visited with Mark Wieman.

Wieman, who farms in the Howells, Nebraska area, says his fields have dealt with two years of severe drought. Now, in 2024, they are in need a break from the rain.

Learn more about crop progress in northeast Nebraska in this edition of Fridays in the Field, brought to you by FNBO the Great Big Small Bank.